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Apply the following safety rules in every situation, with any kind of firearm. 1. Learn how to safely use your firearm. No person should handle any firearm without first becoming familiar with how to operate it safely. Read this manual thoroughly until you understand how to operate the pistol safely. 2. Always treat your pistol as if it were loaded and ready to fire if the trigger is pulled. Always exercise the utmost caution when handling your pistol. DO NOT take anyone s word that the pistol is unloaded always check for yourself. 3. Always keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot. Your pistol cannot fire unless the trigger is pulled. 4. Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.this is particularly important when loading, unloading or field stripping your pistol. Never point a firearm at anyone or anything you do not intend to shoot. 4 Always be sure of where the bullet will strike and shoot only where there is a safe backstop free of obstructions, water or other surfaces that can cause ricochets. 6. Never store your pistol in a loaded condition. 7. Keep all firearms away from children. Always secure your firearm from children or unauthorized persons. Always store your unloaded firearm and ammunition separately and in a secure place inaccessible to children. 8. Use only the correct ammunition for your firearm. Never use a cartridge not specifically designated for use in your pistol. The correct caliber designation is stamped on the top of the barrel hood. 9. Make sure there are no obstructions in the barrel. With the magazine removed and the slide held open, visually inspect the chamber to determine that it is empty; then check to be sure that the barrel is clear of obstructions. 5 Protect your vision and hearing from damage by always wearing safety glasses and hearing protection. 11. Never use alcohol or drugs before or while shooting. 12. When transporting your firearm, make sure it is unloaded. 13. Use only appropriate accessories.http://gobenefitsgroup.com/7strategy/multichem/assets/fck_upload_files/image/cimplicity-machine-edition-manual.xml

Be sure all accessories, such as holster and grips, are compatible with the firearm and that the accessories do not interfere with safe operation. PREPARATION FOR FIRING Wear safety glasses and ear protection whether indoors or out. Shoot only in a place that has a safe backstop, is free from obstructions, water or other surfaces which cause ricochets. Check local and state laws to be sure that shooting is permitted at the site you have selected. Always be aware of other people so that persons cannot accidentally walk into the line of fire. Position the shooter and all others so that they are not within an area 6 When firing on a target range, be alert and follow the range officer s commands. Before anyone is allowed forward of the firing position, be sure that all cylinders and actions of firearms are open, that chambers are clear of cartridges, magazines are removed, and that firearms are pointing in a safe direction and NOT HANDLED ON THE BENCH. Do not handle firearms while someone is forward of the firing position. Never use alcoholic beverages or other drugs before or during shooting. Be alert at all times. Never shoot if you are tired, cold or impaired in any way. Never cross obstacles such as fences or streams with a loaded firearm. If you are carrying a loaded firearm in the field, keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. Guns don t think so you must! 7 The polymer frame will provide extended service life. A firearm and ammunition work together. Their performance is closely related. The caliber designation for this pistol is clearly stamped on the top of the barrel hood. Use only commercially manufactured ammunition for the caliber indicated on the barrel hood. Never use nonstandard or reloaded ammunition.380 AUTO 8 Keep your finger outside the trigger guard until you are ready to fire.http://rad-con.com/images/news/cindy-trimm-40-day-soul-fast-guide.xml

Load the magazine by pressing a cartridge head (rear of the cartridge) downward on the forward portion of the magazine follower and sliding the cartridge fully under the lips of the 10 magazine until the cartridge head is against the rear wall of the magazine. Repeat this procedure with the number of cartridges you wish to load, up to the magazine capacity marked on the magazine tube. Do not attempt to load your magazine with more than the specified number of cartridges because doing so may cause a failure to feed. Chamber Barrel With the other hand, pull the slide back until you can look into the chamber. Verify that the chamber is empty and allow the slide to return forward. 11 To make sure the magazine is seated properly, grasp the two magazine After securely inserting the magazine into the pistol pull the slide fully to the rear. Release the slide and allow it to move all the way forward. This strips a cartridge from the magazine and seats it in the chamber of the barrel, making the pistol ready to fire. The pistol can now be fired by pulling the trigger.If the magazine is removed with a round left in the chamber, be sure to holster or otherwise secure the pistol under your direct control while the magazine is being reloaded. Load one cartridge into the magazine to replace the cartridge that was chambered when you allowed the slide to go forward. Reinsert the loaded magazine into the magazine well until it is locked into place and the magazine butt plate is flush with the frame. Remember to keep your pistol pointed in a safe direction at all times and always keep your finger outside the trigger guard until ready to fire. Never leave any loaded firearm unattended. 13. Staging is the act of pulling the trigger rearward toward but just short of the point where the striker falls and the pistol fires. Such manipulation of the trigger can reduce the user s control of the handgun and can result in an unintentional discharge.

Staging the trigger violates a basic rule of firearm safety which warns you to keep your finger off the trigger and outside the trigger guard until ready to fire. We warn all users of our pistols capable of firing in doubleaction to refrain from staging the trigger. Furthermore, if the user decides not to fire, releasing the trigger from a position close to the firing point in the staging process could result in a discharge. 14 Do not attempt to alter or replace the sights. Hold the pistol firmly in your shooting hand with your finger outside the trigger guard. After verifying that the target and the area beyond are safe, align the sights on the target. When you are ready to shoot, place the pad of your index finger on the trigger. When the trigger is drawn fully to the rear, the striker is released, striking the cartridge primer. Upon firing, the slide moves rearward, extracting and ejecting the spent cartridge case. The slide then returns forward, feeding the next cartridge from the magazine into the barrel chamber. This sequence is repeated until the last round has been fired. During firing operation, the thumb should not interfere with the slide. If you are holding the pistol with both hands, keep the second hand clear of the slide as it moves rearward after firing. 15 If ignition still fails, the chamber must be manually cleared. Remove your finger from the trigger guard. Depress the magazine catches and remove the magazine. Grasp the slide from the rear and briskly pull the slide fully rearward to eject the misfired cartridge. Do not obstruct the ejection port or attempt to catch the cartridge by placing your hand over the ejection port. After waiting at least sixty seconds, retrieve the misfired cartridge and inspect it. Be sure to dispose of the misfired cartridge according to the ammunition manufacturer s instructions.

16 Do not obstruct the ejection port because doing so can interfere with ejection of a cartridge 17 Visually inspect the barrel chamber to be sure it is empty. 18 Empty the magazine by holding it with the bullet end of the cartridge pointing away from you and pressing each cartridge forward and out of the magazine. Never clean, lubricate, disassemble or work on your pistol while it is loaded. Allow the slide to return forward. To disassemble, squeeze the magazine catches and remove the magazine. Grasp the slide from the rear and briskly pull the slide fully rearward to eject the cartridge from the chamber. Before releasing the slide, visually inspect 19 After unloading, use the takedown and assembly tool supplied with the SW380 pistol to remove the rear takedown rail pin located at the rear of the frame. Fig. 5 Do not remove any other pin. Rest the back of the pistol over the edge of the work surface as shown in Figure 5. Place the narrow end of the tool on the pin and carefully tap the tool into the hole until its tip comes out the other side, forcing the rear takedown rail pin out in front of it. You may need to tap the tool with a hammer, using light pressure, to unseat the pin. Takedown and Assembly Tool 20. CLEANING After firing your SW380 pistol, be sure to unload it following the procedure outlined in the section entitled Unloading on page 17 before field stripping and beginning any cleaning or maintenance procedure. Clean the barrel bore with a premium quality powder-removing solvent and bore brush. Wipe the bore clean with a bore patch or swab. Using a small brush and solvent, remove all powder and primer deposits from around the breech of the barrel and chamber, extractor and adjacent areas. Remove any residue on the frame with light brushing and solvent. Clean the magazine well by removing any grit, dust or residue with a magazine well swab.

23 24 REASSEMBLY Place the narrow end of the takedown and assembly tool into the muzzle end of the barrel as shown in Figure 10. Slide the recoil spring over the tool and onto the barrel (Fig. 11). Takedown and Assembly Tool Fig. 11 Fig 25 Holding the slide firmly in one hand and with the other hand grasping the frame by the grip, place the front of the slide onto the takedown and assembly tool and move the slide rearward (Fig. 12). Continue moving the slide to the rear until the spring is compressed and the rear of the slide moves past the rear of the frame slightly ( See Fig. 13). Fig. 12 Fig 26 When the slide is fully rearward, lower it onto the frame (Fig. 14). Fig. 15 Fig. 14 Remove the takedown and assembly tool from the barrel (Fig.15). 26 27 Place the takedown rail back in position on the slide and align it so that the holes in the takedown rail match the rear takedown rail pin holes in the frame (Fig ). Squeeze the slide and frame together to keep the holes aligned. Takedown Rail Fig. 17 Fig. 16 Correct Incorrect 27 28 Put the pin in the hole in the frame and tap it into the hole until it is fully inserted into the frame. You may need to tap the tool with a hammer, using light pressure, to reseat the pin ( See Fig 18). Check to be sure the pin is flush with or below the surface of the frame. Incorrect 28 Takedown Pin Fig. 18 Incorrect Correct Pull the slide rearward and release it to be sure that the pistol is properly reassembled. 29 LUBRICATION After cleaning the frame, slide and barrel, use a soft cloth to apply a light coating of a premium lubricant to the slide and wipe clean. There are three (3) lubrication points where a single drop of lubricant should be applied (See Figure 19). This will assure proper lubrication of the pistol. Care should be taken not to over-lubricate your pistol. Safe firearms transportation and storage are your responsibility. When transporting your firearm, be sure it is unloaded and that the cylinder or action is open.

Never store your firearm loaded. Store your unloaded firearm and ammunition in places inaccessible to children. Store your unloaded firearm and ammunition separately and securely. Protect your firearms from theft. Protect your firearms from misuse by untrained, unqualified or incompetent persons. Obey all laws relating to the transportation of firearms. Your local police department should be able to furnish you with information on transporting a firearm legally. Storage Method When storing, do not encase your firearm in anything that will attract or hold moisture, for example, leather or heavy cloth. It can safely be left in a stored pistol.) If your firearm is to be stored for an extended period, lightly coat the bore, chamber and internal working mechanism with an acid-free lubricating oil or preservative and lightly coat the external working mechanisms, frame, cylinder or slide and barrel with an anti-rust oil. Before using your firearm again, be sure to clean it. Every time you clean your firearm, check it for signs of wear. If wear is noted, do not use the firearm. If your firearm will be used or stored in a cold climate, be sure to use an oil that will not thicken at low temperatures. Please consult the list in the back of this manual to find the address of the nearest service station. Enclose a letter stating the model and serial number of your firearm and the full nature of the problems experienced or work desired. Adherence to these suggestions will expedite handling of your firearm. When your firearm arrives at our service department, its receipt will be acknowledged. The firearm will be inspected carefully, and your letter of instructions will be carefully read. In case of warranty repairs, work will begin immediately upon receipt and examination of the firearm. In the case of repairs or work not covered by warranty, a quotation covering the total cost of work to be done will be sent to you or the dealer who returned the firearm.

Work on your firearm will begin upon receipt of payment. Charges are based upon the cost of parts replaced plus a labor charge for the time expended on the job. 32 33 Shipping In shipping a firearm for repair or service, it is important to comply with all federal, state and local laws. The following will help you. Check the cylinder or the magazine and chamber of your firearm to insure that it is unloaded. Do not return any live ammunition. Only federally licensed dealers may mail handguns. Handguns mailed by individuals are subject to confiscation by the United States Postal Service (See Postal Regulation, Title 18, United States Code of Federal Regulations). In certain states and under certain regulations, it may be impossible for us to return a firearm to an individual. Repair or replacement of parts are in addition to refinishing price. Available replacement parts for the Model SW380 include the recoil spring, takedown rail, rear takedown rail pin, magazine, slide and breakdown and assembly tool. With respect to such handguns, this warranty supersedes any and all other warranties. Warranty claims should state the model and serial number of the gun concerned and a description of the difficulty experienced. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Eligibility for this service policy requires returning the Product Registration Card within thirty days of purchase. A copy of the bill of sale in the owner s name and the sales receipt should accompany the handgun. When that information is received, the original owner will be qualified for this policy for the handgun identified by serial number. This policy covers corrections of original defects in material and workmanship; it does not include the handgun s finish, grips, magazines or sights.

However, we can rebuild handguns that have experienced 37 38 extreme usage, or are beyond their normal useful life, at a fee that will be quoted to the owner.Improper and careless handling of the firearm could result in unintentional It is vital to your safety and to the safety of others that you accurately follow the information contained Read the instructions and warnings in this manual CAREFULLY With proper care and handling, it will give you many years of long, reliable Patent Pending Improper and careless handling of the firearm could result in unintentional Handling and Safety Instructions USA If rifle is not cocked, selector lever cannot be pointed toward safe. If rifle is not cocked, selector lever cannot be pointed toward safe. 2. Point rifle in a SAFE DIRECTION!! 3. Remove magazine by pressing magazine catch Keep this manual with your firearm and review it before Keep this manual with your pistol and review it before Made in America For best performance we suggest that you use American Manuel d instruction. Manual de instrucciones. Break barrel air pistol Disregarding information DO NOT DESTROY It is the customer s responsibility to have all operators and service personnel read and understand this manual.Accidental discharge of weapon The information contained Digital Remote Meter for Monitoring System Performance. Version: RM-1 Digital Remote Meter for Monitoring System Performance. Version: RM-1 1098 Washington Crossing Road Washington Crossing, PA 18977 USA www.morningstarcorp.com Developed to perform at a high level, it is important that you follow the operation and maintenance instructions SpaceBooster. RocketBox. box weight. box contents Failure to do so can result in serious When properly SLM - 3801 OWNER'S MANUAL Customer Service Tel: 1-800-268-3319 Superex Canada Ltd, Toronto,M2H 3B8 Made in China Table of Contents A). Important Safety Instructions B).

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Position the shooter and all others so that they are not within an area 6 PREPARATIONFOR FIRING where they may be struck byparticle-spitting from a revolver orby ejected cases from other typesof firearms. Keep fingers and other parts ofyour body away from the muzzleand slide. When firing on a target range, be alert and follow the range officers commands. Before anyone is allowed forward of the firing position, be sure that all cylinders and actions of firearms are open, that chambers are clear of cartridges, magazines are removed, and that firearms are pointing in a safe direction and NNOOTT HHAANNDDLLEEDD OONN TTHHEE BBEENNCCHH. Never use alcoholic beveragesor other drugs before or during shooting. Never shoot if you are tired, cold or impairedin any way. Never cross obstacles such as fences or streams with aloaded firearm. Guns dont think so you must! 7 WWAARRNNIINNGG:: NNeevveerr uussee aammmmuunniittiioonnwwhhoossee pprreessssuurree lleevveellss eexxcceeeedd iinndduuss--ttrryy ssttaannddaarrddss. TThhee ppoollyymmeerrffrraammee wwiillll pprroovviiddee eexxtteennddeedd sseerrvviicceelliiffee. The caliber designation for this pistol isclearly stamped on the top of the barrelhood. Use only commercially manufac-tured ammunition for the caliberindicated on the barrel hood. Never use nonstandard or reloadedammunition. 8 AMMUNITION.380 AUTO SW380 Pistol 9 Slide Ejection PortMuzzle Frame Trigger Trigger Guard Magazine Catch Rear Takedown Pin 10 Do not load yourSW380 pistol until you are ready to use it and thor-oughly understand these instructions.Keep your finger outside the triggerguard until you are ready to fire. A technical guide to Automatic and Semi-Automatic Semi-Automatic Video Object Segmentation by. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. ( Learn how and when to remove these template messages ) See Wikipedia's guide to writing better articles for suggestions.

( April 2018 ) ( Learn how and when to remove this template message ) Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.The corporate headquarters is in Springfield, Massachusetts.Smith developed a new Volcanic Cartridge, which he patented in 1854.It's a multi-purpose utility handgun, intended to be used for small game hunting, plinking, and pest control. The Model 34 would be upgraded into a J-frame in 1960. The first-generation models use a 2-digit model number, the second generation use 3 digits, and third-generation models use 4 digits.It was available in blued or nickel-plated with black or white plastic grips.The SD VE also features an improved stainless steel barrel and slide that the SD did not include.They are available with aluminium frames alloyed with scandium in either natural or black finishes. While most 1911s run around 38 to 39 ounces (1,100 to 1,100 g), the PC 1911 is heavier, at approximately 41 ounces (1,200 g). The full-length guide rod adds some weight, and so does the add-on magazine well.Charles Winthrop Sawyer. March 17, 2000. Retrieved November 10, 2015. Retrieved November 11, 2015. We really have refocused our efforts on the big boxes. We put this new sales force in place, which was about 2 years ago, I guess, now. We focused on the larger dealers. Archived from the original on April 15, 2014. Retrieved April 14, 2014. Cartridges of the World (10th, Revised and Expanded ed.). Iola, Wisconsin: Krause Publications.Guns in American Society: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture, and the Law. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO. p. 542. ISBN 978-1-57607-268-4. Gun Control in the United States: A Reference Handbook. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO. p. 210. ISBN 978-1-85109-760-9. Edison, New Jersey: Chartwell Books, Inc.Pistols: An Illustrated History of Their Impact.Iola, Wisconsin: Gun Digest Books. p. 22. ISBN 0-87349-792-9. Great Combat Handguns.

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