Carrying Modes

NOTE: This revolver may be carried in any one of the following three modes according to your needs:

Mode 1: — Cylinder empty, hammer forward.

— Revolver cannot be discharged.

— Use Mode 1 for storage, transporting, cleaning, repair, demonstrating and dry practice.

— Also use Mode 1 with cylinder open when laying revolver down, carrying it on a range, and when handing it to, or receiving it from, another person.

Mode 2: —Cylinder loaded with 5 rounds, empty chamber under hammer, hammer forward,

— Revolver cannot be discharged unless trigger is squeezed.

— Use Mode 2 when CARRYING THE REVOLVER READY FOR USE.

Mode 3: — Cylinder loaded with 6 rounds, hammer forward.

— Revolver can be fired when trigger is squeezed.

— Use Mode 3 when you must have MAXIMUM FIREPOWER IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE.

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VAYS UNLOAD YOUR REVOLVER IMMEDIATELY AFTER

USE AND BEFORE CLEANING AND STORAGE to minimize the risk of accidental discharge.

1. CAUTION: READ SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (Section 3)—KEEP REVOLVER POINTING IN SAFE DIRECTION AND DO NOT TOUCH THE TRIGGER.

2. Open revolver by pulling cylinder latch to the rear and pushing the cylinder out to the left of revolver (See Figure 2).

3. Push ejector rod backwards forcing out all live rounds or empty cases (See Figure 3). When they are clear of the chambers, remove from revolver. Allow ejector rod to return forward under its spring action.

To Unload:

SAFETY DEPENDS ON YOU

4. Ensure hammer is not cocked. Push cylinder into the frame until cylinder latch springs forward to lock cylinder.

5. Collect live ammunition for safe storage and spent cartridge cases for disposal.

EJECTOR ROD

CYLINDER

EJECTOR

EJECTOR ROD

CYLINDER

EJECTOR

FIGURE 3-EJECTION

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