Locking The Rifle

The KEY CONCEPTĀ® safety locking system is designed so that it can be locked ONLY when the rifle is uncocked (fired). The safety also can't be engaged. CAUTION! Be absolutely sure that there is no cartridge in the chamber when uncocking the rifle.

The rifle is uncocked by closing the bolt and simultaneously pulling the trigger. The rifle is locked by sliding the key chuck sideways to the key knob rail until it locks to the key, and turning the key counter-clockwise until it stops (half a turn). The chuck with the key can now be removed by pulling it straight backwards. The chuck with the key can be stored like other keys on the keyring. The rifle can be recognized as locked when the key is not in the lock and the safety indicator is visible (Fig. 5).

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