A 177 caliber pellet pistol is designed for target practice and will allow the owner to develop a more accurate “shooting eye” than when firing most other handguns. Proper maintenance of a pellet pistol is necessary for the life of the pellet pistol. It must regularly be disassembled for cleaning and lubricating. Putting the pellet gun together is just a matter of reversing the assembly process after the cleaning has been finished. A properly maintained pellet pistol will work efficiently for many years.
1. Place a soft cloth on a table. Place the frame of the pellet gun on the soft cloth with the hammer section facing to the left.
2. Put the trigger clip into the bottom front edge of the trigger where it meets the pellet gun’s frame.
3. Place the trigger guard plate onto the trigger assembly to the left of the pellet gun’s handle. Attach the screws around the trigger guard with the Phillips screwdriver.
4. Place the sliding plate assembly on the soft cloth with the grooved side facing up and the barrel hole facing to the left. Insert the barrel into the hole in the left side of the sliding plate assembly. Push the barrel fully into the hole in the left side of the sliding plate assembly with your fingers.
5. Insert the piston spring into one end of the groove. Push the end of the piston spring over the nub inside of the groove at the end.
6. Compress the other end of the piston spring with your fingers. Place the end of the piston spring into the groove. Push the end of the piston spring over the nub inside of the groove at the end.
7. Turn the sliding plate over. Cock the hammer of the pellet gun. Slide the sliding plate onto the top of the pellet gun from the front. Stop sliding the sliding plate when it clicks into position. Release the hammer.
8. Attach the screw to the top of the pellet gun just in front of the hammer using the Phillips screwdriver.
9. Attach the screws to the top, middle and back top edges of the pellet gun with the Phillips screwdriver. Turn the pellet gun over. Attach the screws in a similar manner to the other side. Turn the pellet gun back over.
10. Put the gun stocks onto both sides of the gun handle. Attach the screws to the gun stocks with the Phillips screwdriver.
11. Insert the magazine into the butt of the gun’s handle. Wipe the pellet gun off with a lint-free cloth.