Loading From Magazine

• Engage the manual safety by pushing the manual safety button until the red band disappears. (Fig. 5)

WARNING: When the safety button shows the red band, the safety is disengaged and the firearm is in the FIRE position.

WARNING: The manual safety is merely a mechanical device and is in no way a substitute for the Basic Safety Rules of firearm handling.

• Completely push the loaded magazine into the carbine grip to ensure catch engagement.

• Pull back the bolt and release it. The bolt will automatically pick up a cartridge from the top of the magazine and feed it into the chamber.

WARNING: THE CARBINE IS NOW CHAMBER LOADED, COCKED AND READY TO FIRE BY PULLING THE TRIGGER. Keep your finger away from the trigger whenever you do not intend to fire.

2. THIS CARBINE WHICH IS LOADED AND FIRED WILL AUTOMATICALLY PICK UP THE NEXT ROUND AND FEED IT INTO THE FIRING CHAMBER AS LONG AS THERE IS AMMUNITION IN THE MAGAZINE.

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.

Notice: The Beretta Cx4 Storm carbine is equipped with an automatic safety which prevents firing pin protrusion beyond the breech face. This safety is overcome only by trigger pull.

If you want to replace the round which has been chambered from the magazine (remember that you are handling a loaded firearm with a live round in the chamber):

• Check the manual safety is engaged.

• Remove the magazine from the carbine by pushing the magazine release button.

• Insert one more cartridge into the magazine.

• Completely push the loaded magazine into the carbine grip to ensure catch engagement.

® WARNING: REMEMBER THAT YOU ARE HANDLING A LOADED FIREARM, WITH A LIVE ROUND IN THE CHAMBER. Keep your finger away from the trigger whenever you do not intend to fire.

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