CAUTION: REMEMBER, THE BT-100 SHOTGUN HAS NO MANUAL SAFETY. LOAD YOUR BT-100 TRAP GUN ONLY WHEN SHOOTING IS IMMINENT. ONCE LOADED, THIS GUN IS READY TO FIRE AND SHOULD BE RESPECTED AS SUCH. AT ALL TIMES DURING THE LOADING AND UNLOADING PROCEDURES BE SURE YOUR MUZZLE IS POINTING DOWN RANGE, IN A SAFE DIRECTION.
1 Break the action as explained above.
2 Insert a shell fully into the chamber.
3 Close the action by pulling up on the forearm. The lever will snap back to center when properly closed. Remember, keep your finger away from the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
1 Open the action by pushing the top lever to the right, as explained previously.
2 Pull down on the forearm. The BT-100 has a special Ejector-Selector™ system that allows you to set your mode of ejection. Instructions on setting the mode are detailed below.
With the chamber loaded, and the action dosed, the BT-100 is fired by simply pulling the trigger. Never pull the trigger unless the muzzle is pointed down range, at the clay target. Make sure people—other shooters, spectators, trap operators—are not down range. If there is any doubt about down range safety, open the action immediately and remove the shell until you are certain all conditions are safe.
Removable Trigger Assembly_
Your BT-100 features a removable trigger assembly that allows you to make two adjustments: (l) selecting the ejection mode and (2) setting the amount of trigger pull. To do either adjustment you must first remove the assembly.
REMOVING THE TRIGGER ASSEMBLY—
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