• Load the firearm using the loading procedures above.
• Point the carbine at the intended target.
• Release the manual safety by simply pushing the manual safety button until the red band appears.
WARNING: When the red band on the manual safety button is exposed, indicates that the safety is off and the firearm is ready to FIRE!
•When the sights are aligned on a SAFE target, place your index finger inside the trigger guard and gently squeeze the trigger, being careful not to upset the alignment of the front sight and the target. THE CARBINE WILL FIRE.
The discharge will cause the bolt to recoil which, in turn, will eject the fired cartridge case, cock the hammer and compress the recoil spring. Then the bolt will automatically close, feeding the next cartridge from the magazine into the chamber.
• After the first shot is fired, repeat this process to fire additional cartridges, or proceed to the unloading instructions.
WARNING: THE CARBINE IS STILL CHAMBER LOADED, COCKED AND READY TO FIRE AGAIN. Keep your finger away from the trigger whenever you do not intend to fire and immediately engage the manual safety.
• When the last round has been fired the bolt remains open.
If you have completed shooting, engage the manual safety, remove the magazine and holding the cocking handle, press the bolt release lever downwards with your thumb and gently take the bolt to the closed position. Pull the trigger to decock the hammer.
•To fire again, remove the empty magazine and insert a loaded one.
• If the bolt is in the open position press the bolt release lever downwards to insert the round in the chamber. If the bolt has been closed, retract it by means of the cocking handle and immediately release the bolt to insert the cartridge in the chamber.
WARNING: THE CARBINE IS NOW CHAMBER LOADED, COCKED AND READY TO FIRE AGAIN. Keep your finger away from the trigger whenever you do not intend to fire and immediately engage the manual safety.
WARNING: Always unload the firearm immediately after shooting is completed. Never store a loaded firearm. To store the carbine see the dedicated paragraph (Storing).
If while firing the trigger is pulled and the firearm does not immediately fire:
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