Loading The Firearm

WARNING: Before loading the firearm, practice the following loading procedures without the use of ammunition. Never handle a loaded firearm until you are fully familiar with the loading procedures. Before loading the shotgun, make sure that the safety is engaged. Always point the firearm in a safe direction. (See points 1, 2 and 4 of the BASIC SAFETY RULES).

WARNING: Always keep your fingers away from the trigger and keep the trigger free from any contact when you do not intend to fire.

1 Retract the breech bolt by means of the cocking handle until it hooks into the OPEN position. (Fig. 14)

i Engage the safety by pushing the safety button until the red ring disappears. (Fig. 15)

WARNING: When the safety button shows the red ring, the firearm is in the FIRE position.

NOTICE: The safety can be engaged only when the hammer is cocked.

1 Insert the first round into the cartridge chamber through the ejection port. (Fig. 16) 1 Depress the breech bolt release button to lock the breech bolt, keeping fingers away from the ejection port. (Fig. 17)

WARNING: The firearm is now loaded and ready to fire. Always keep your fingers away from the trigger and keep the trigger free from any contact when you do not intend to fire. Never point the firearm at something that is not safe to shoot. (See points 1, 2 and 4 of the BASIC SAFETY RULES).

NOTICE: The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for any injury or property damage resulting from improper or careless handling, intentional or accidental discharge of the firearm.

CAUTION: Should the breech bolt remain open, check that the cut-off is not inadvertently engaged. If it is, always keeping your fingers away from the ejection port, close the breech bolt by operating the cut-off button. (Fig. 12)

1 Insert through the loading gate the other rounds by placing each round on the carrier and pressing it down and forward into the magazine tube until it engages the stop tooth. (Fig. 18)

1 To fire, disengage the safety and pull the trigger.

1 When the last round has been fired, the breech bolt remains open, thus signalling that the magazine is empty. (Fig. 19) 1 Engage the safety and, if required, reload the firearm as indicated.

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    Can you change the safety on a beretta al391 urika?
    7 years ago
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    How to load beretta al391?
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