INSTALLATION OF SUPPRESSOR
- Ensure the suppressor and barrel muzzle thread is clean and has no visible damage.
- Apply a small (pea sized) bead of the supplied high temperature grease to the barrel thread and spread it evenly around the diameter.
- Align the suppressor with the barrel to engage the first thread.
- Do not force the tightening of the suppressor as it may seize the suppressor onto the muzzle.
- Continue tightening the suppressor by hand until the back of the suppressor face meets the muzzle shoulder.
- Ensure the the suppressor is securely fastened onto the muzzle. There must not be any visible gap between suppressor face and muzzle shoulder.
SETUP OF RECOIL BRAKE
- Remove the protective cap from the suppressor with the supplied 3mm Allen key. TIP - The grub screws do not have to be completely removed.
- Attach the Recoil Brake to the end of the suppressor.
- Do not tighten the grub screws to allow positioning of the Recoil Brake.
- Rotate the Recoil Brake and evenly fasten the grub screws with ports parallel to the ground while the gun is in the firing position.
- Ensure to tighten the grub screws evenly without applying excessive force.
REMOVAL OF SUPPRESSOR
- Ensure the suppressor and rifle has cooled to a safe level before attempting to remove it from the barrel.
- Do not force the removal of the suppressor as it may seize the suppressor onto the muzzle.
STORAGE AND CLEANING OF SUPPRESSOR
- Always remove the suppressor before storing the rifle to reduce risk any possible debris falling back into the rifle.
- Shake the suppressor vertically to allow any possible debris to be removed.
*NOTE: Please ensure to read our safety guidelines before using your suppressor.