These are general guidelines or instructions for Gas
Airsoft Guns (pistols only).
How to use a
Remove the magazine
from the pistol by pushing on the magazine release.
With the magazine removed:
magazine, with the magazine below the gas canister
Make sure the can is
ALSO upside down. Make sure they are both perfectly in line and completely
vertical. Do not tilt sideways at all or angle the green gas canister and the
gun magazine. Make sure the nozzles get a firm seal, and proceed to fill the
“Liquid” into the mag by pressing firmly down with the airsoft gas canister.
Filling time depends on the mag capacity. A normal handgun mag is generally
about 5 seconds. A 50-round mag is usually about 8 seconds. This will
insure you get a full charge of gas, for the amount of BBs.
loading the green gas into the magazine, load the BB’s. Simply pull down on the
magazine follower and insert BB’s.
Next, simply reinsert the magazine
into the gun. After the gas has been loaded, magazine has been loaded with BBs,
simply cock the gun as shown below and you’re set to go:
What NOT TO DO when filling the mag:
If you fill
the mag, and gas begins to spill, STOP. Let the magazine warm up at room
temperature before attempting again. This is usually about 5-6 minutes. If you
are able to form a tight seal and fill correctly, allow the magazine to warm to
room temperature. Tapping the big metal button on the top, rear side of the mag
will discharge the GAS from the gun magazine. DO NOT do this! It will
prematurely wear out the seals and also cause the O-rings to freeze, damaging
them permanently. Instead, fire the gun until out of gas. This is the safe way
to discharge a gas-gun.
Fire the gun in WARM weather. Using during the
cold seasons are not advised. They will not cycle completely, fire well, and
will use more gas than normal. Rapid-firing of the gas-gun will also cause the
gun to freeze up, resulting in damage to the magazine or gun. These problems are
not as prone during the hotter seasons or warmer weather.
Use HIGH grade
BBs for your guns. Lower quality BBs will tend to jam in the magazine well,
preventing proper firing. Excel, Blaster, Qbullet or Goldfire BBs are are highly
recommended. These are all models which we carry. Using .12 or cheap chinese
BB is not advised for higher end airsoft guns, such as electric or gas and
will VOID THE WARRANTY and may cause permanent damage.
Gas-Gun care: Be sure to keep your slide and all moving parts lubricated with
SILICONE oil which can be purchased on our website or at your local hardware
store. Do not use anything else, such as petroleum based lubricants. ONLY 100%
pure silicone oil is required. Other lubricants are not safe for use on plastic
and rubber parts.
Do not use WD-40, and other petroleum based
lubricants will damage the guns permanently.
Be sure to also spray
silicone oil into the top nozzle of the magazine well every 5-6 magazines uses.
This is done, by pressing the top release valve on the the mag while putting a