THIS PAINTBALL GUN IS NOT A TOY. THIS PAINTBALL GUN SHOULD BE TREATED AS A DANGEROUS INSTRUMENT AND SHOULD ALWAYS BE TREATED WITH RESPECT. IF MISUSED OR IMPROPERLY MAINTAINED, THIS PAINTBALL GUN CAN CAUSE SERIOUS BODILY INJURY, INCLUDING BLINDNESS, OR EVEN DEATH.
THE PRESSURES EMPLOYED IN THIS PAINTBALL GUN ARE HIGH ENOUGH TO ENDANGER HUMAN LIFE. THE AIR SOURCE MUST BE REMOVED BEFORE DISASSEMBLING AND MAINTAINING THIS PAINTBALL GUN IN ANY WAY.
READ ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS AND DIRECTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE USING THIS PAINTBALL GUN.
1. This manual is based on a stock 68AUTOMAG equipped with a back bottle adapter and a right hand feed into the breech.
2. WARNINGS emphasize an operation or procedure that if not strictly observed could result in injury or death.
3. CAUTIONS emphasize an operation or procedure that if not strictly observed could result in danger to or destruction of the equipment or loss of paintball gun effectiveness.
4. NOTES point out an operation or procedure that it is desirable to highlight.
5. Warnings and cautions precede the procedure to which they apply. Notes follow the items to which they apply.
6. Directions in this manual are based on looking forward over the barrel as if aiming the paintball gun. Front is the muzzle. Rear is towards the back bottle adapter. Right is the feed tube side. Top is the surface with the loader. Bottom is the surface with the grip.
7. O-rings are classed as either active or inactive. An active O-ring continuously seals and releases CO2. An inactive O-ring only continuously holds CO2 pressure.
8. Dry firing means firing the 68AUTOMAG without any paintballs being shot. Live firing means actually shooting paintballs.
9. The following abbreviations and symbols are used:
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