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Congratulation on your purchase of a wOrr Game Products, Inc. Sniper II Auto-Cocker. This gun was manufactured from the highest quality aluminium and rust resistant stainless steel. Before leaving the factory, your Sniper II was thoroughly inspected and test fired to ensue years of reliale, trouble free service. You own the finest auto-cocker paintball gun on the market today.
Please remember this gun is not a toy, and it is capable of inflicting serious injury to people and animals if not used properly. Most gun accidents happen because the shooter carelessly violates the most important rules of safety. Prior to loading and firing the gun, always make sure that all people within the range of the gun (including yourself) are wearing approved eye and head protection. Always insert the barrel plug when not on the playing field.
This gun is not a toy and must be kept out of the reach of children.
CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE THIS GUN WITHOUT EYE PROTECTION. DO NOT PUT ANY PART OF YOUR BODY DIRECTLY IN BACK OF THE COCKING BLOCK WHEN YOU ACTIVATE THE TRIGGER. WHEN THE COCKING BLOCK IS IN THE REARWARD POSITION, DO NOT PLACE ANYTHING BETWEEN THE COCKING BLOCK AND THE MAIN BODY. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE GUN AND POSSIBLE GRIEVOUS INJURY TO THE OPERATOR.
The Sniper II fires from a closed bolt. The auto-cocker system only activates during the last half of the trigger pull. The final portion activates a three way valve that allows CO2 to enter the front side of the activating cylinder. This in turn pushes the cocking block backward approximately 1" and moves the bolt and cocking rod backwards. At this time the hammer latches and a paintball drops into the breech.
The bolt and cocking assembly remains in the rearward position until you release the trigger. Releasing the trigger reverses the three-way valve. This vents the CO2 from the front of the activating cylinder and routes CO2 to the rear of the activating cylinder. The cylinder then pulls the cocking block and bolt into the forward position. The gun is now ready to fire.
The first half of the next trigger pull releases the hammer, firing the gun, and the second half of the pull repeats the above steps.
NOTE: This gun will not shoot liquid CO2. Do not use a siphon tube bottle or mount the bottle so liquid enters the gun (e.g., California Sniper or Bottom Line). You must have these styles of mounting equipped with an anti-siphon device in the CO2 cylinder prior to use.
NOTE: Always make sure you,and everyone around you, wears eye protection when you adjust the gun or check for paintballs in the gun.
When you recieve your Sniper II you must make an adjustment to the regulator before use.
Before making any adjustments to your Sniper II check the barrel to make sure there are no paintballs inside. You can do this in one of two ways. The first method is to remove the barrel from the gun and look in it. The second method is to remove the bolt from the gun, force a cleaning rod through the cocking block towards the front of the gun, then remove the cleaning rod and insert the bolt.
you are certain that there are no paintballs in the gun and feeder system, and
you have your eye protection on, you are ready to make your adjustments. Refer
to the illustration (below) and the appropriate section of this maual while adjusting
1. Do not remove, only lossen the knob at the forward end of the regulator (about one turn counterclockwise). If you remove the knob while the gun is under pressure, the spring and piston may fly our of the regulator. Always point the regulator toward the ground for safety.
2. Install CO2 source.
3. Pull the trigger all the way back, as if you were firing the gun, and hold it back.
4. Slowly turn the regulator adjusting knob clockwise. This causes the cocking block, at the back of the gun, to move backwards.Continue turning the adjusting knob slowly until the cocking block touches the cocking knob. Now cycle the trigger (pull and release), and continue to ver slowly turn the regulator knob clockwise untill it fires. It is important to cycle the gun after each adjustment of the knob. Do not turn the regulator knob any farther than it takes to cock the gun. Over pressurizing the regulator damages the system.
5. The system requires very little adjustment after the initial setting unless there is a large temperature change.
In the event the rod requires adjusting, follow these steps:
1. Make sure the barrel plug is installed and the gun does not have a paintball in the barrel or a feeder on the gun.
2. Install CO2 source.
3. There are two set screw on the coupling. Loosen the set screw closest to the trigger.
4. Slide the coupling forward until it stops. (DO NOT FORCE IT.)
5. Take the actuating rod and slide it backe until it touches the backe of the slot in the trigger. (Don't move the tri