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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 4:27 pm 
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Hey all, brand new to air guns, just got one recently for my birthday though ---> https://www.amazon.ca/gp/aw/d/B003M6PZA ... UTF8&psc=1

Haven't picked it up yet as Im kind of worried I'll break it, so I was just wondering if anyone knew of any good bb gun guides online, or even just some tips and tricks haha?

I've got some pellgun oil that someone gave me, I was told to put a drop on each new canister of c02 I use?
The gun is brand new so what other parts I should I use it on before hand?

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 6:29 pm 
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Nice looking pistol so close the real ones.

I shot a Sig 226 9mm when the ERT in PG first got theirs, way back in the 90's. I was able to clean the magazine full - 18 shots?, on the 8" plate at 50 meters, standing, rapid fire, much to the dismay of the rest of the ERT guys, except for the guy who handed me his new issue. Gary shot IPSC with us up on the range at the jail where I instructed. Nice gun, even in .177.

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Do not fill the mag to full capacity, leave room for a BB or two and always lock the slide back like it does when your mag is empty, it will keep it from double feeding the first BB's. Also, don't be affraid to get that mag in so it's seated properly.
This is a great pistol, one of the most realistic ones. It's all metal, there's no plastic part apart from the grips, you won't damage it.
Now go buy the MP40, 1911 and Taurus or Beretta 92F :wink:

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