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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE USING THIS AIR PISTOL.

Owner's Manual

MODEL Government 1911 and 1911 Compensator
Caliber.177 (4.5 mm) Pellet CO2 Air Pistol

Patent Pending

Adult supervision required. Misuse or careless use may cause serious injury or death. Maybe dangerous up to 450 yards (411 meters). YOU AND OTHERS WITH YOU SHOULD ALWAYS WEAR SHOOTING GLASSES TO PROTECT YOUR EYES. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING. BUYER AND USER HAVE THE DUTY TO OBEY ALL LAWS ABOUT THE USE AND OWNERSHIP OF THIS AIRGUN. THIS AIRGUN IS INTENDED FOR USE BY THOSE 16 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER.
Part Number 1911-515 8.417.93.01.U.02-06.?.18

WARNING: Not a toy.

Do not inhale dust or put pellets in mouth. Wash hands after handling. This product contains lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects (or other reproductive harm.) Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the Umarex Model COLT GOVERNMENT 1911 or COLT GOVERNMENT 1911 Compensator.177 caliber (4.5mm) pellet CO2 air pistol. Please read this owner's manual completely. Remember, this air pistol is not a toy. Treat it with the same respect you would a firearm. Always carefully follow the safety instructions found in this owner's manual and keep this manual in a safe place for future use. If you have any questions regarding your new air pistol, please contact Umarex USA Inc. 6007 South 29th Street Fort Smith, AR 72908 USA Phone (479) 646 - 4210 Fax (479) 646 - 4206 www.umarex-usa.com.

WARNING: Lead pellets.

STEPS FOR THE SAFE SHOOTING
Step Step Step Step Step Step Step Step 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Learning the Parts of Your New CO2 Air Pistol Operating the Safety Removing and Installing the CO2 Cartridge Loading and Unloading Pellets Aiming and Firing Safely Removing a Jammed Pellet Maintaining Your Air Pistol Reviewing Safety
Step 1. Learning the Parts of Your New CO2 Air Pistol
Learning the names of the parts of your new air pistol will help you to understand your owner's manual. Use this manual to increase your enjoyment of this air pistol.

Front sight

Rear sight Hammer
Muzzle Thumb safety Release lever Grip safety Trigger Grip backstrap Grip plate release button Cartridge lock Grip plates
Step 2. Operating the Safety

Fig.2 A

WARNING: Keep the air pistol in the "ON SAFE"
position until you are actually ready to shoot. Then push the safety to the "OFF SAFE" position. Note- this pistol has two separate safeties, a thumb safety and a grip safety.

2 A Thumb Safety

1. To Put the Air pistol "ON SAFE: Locate the safety directly under the rear sight (Fig. 2A). Move the safety lever to the upper position (S) to cover the RED indicator as shown. The safety is not "On Safe" unless the RED indicator near the safety is not showing. Even when the safety is "On Safe", you should continue to handle the air pistol safely. Do not ever point the air pistol at any person. Do not ever point the air pistol at anything you do not intend to shoot. 2. To Take The Air Pistol "OFF SAFE": Push the safety down exposing the RED indicator as shown in Figure 2B. The air pistol is ready to fire when "Off Safe". When you can see the RED indicator near the safety, the air pistol is "Off Safe" and can be fired.

Fig. 2 B

Using the grip safety

Fig. 3 A

The grip safety is normally engaged, and must be disengaged to fire. (Fig. 3A) To disengage the grip safety it is necessary to firmly grasp the butt. The pistol can now be fired (Fig. 3B). When the butt is released the safety automatically returns to the engaged position.

Fig. 3 B

Step 3. Removing and Installing the CO2 Cartridge
Do not mutilate or incinerate them. Do not expose them to heat or store CO2 cylinders at temperatures above 120F (48.9C).
WARNING: CO2 cylinders may explode at temperatures above 120 F (48.9 C).

WARNING: Keep hands away from escaping CO2 gas.
come in contact with skin.
It can cause frostbite if allowed to
NOTE: We recommend the use of Umarex CO2 cartridges. They are made to fit your air pistol. Other brands of CO2 cartridges may not fit properly and if you force them into place it may result in injury to you or damage to your air pistol. Never try to force any CO2 cartridge into or out of place. Do not store your air pistol with a CO2 cartridge in it. (This is very important to remember, as it will prolong the longevity of your air pistol seals.) If you know you will not be using your air pistol again within 24 hours, remove the CO2 cartridge from the air pistol, as explained in Step 3B below.

Fig. 4 A

Fig. 4 B

Fig. 4 C

Fig. 4 D

Fig. 4 E

A. Installing the CO2 Cartridge Make sure the air pistol is "On Safe" (See Step 2A). Push the grip plate release button on the left side to remove the grip. (see Fig.4A) Swing the CO2 cylinder lock downward and loosen the cylinder screw by turning it clockwise. (Fig.4B and 4C) Insert a new CO2 cartridge into the air pistol with the small neck of the cartridge pointing up toward the piercing assembly (Fig. 4D). Tighten the cylinder screw by turning it counterclockwise until it gently moves the CO2 cartridge up into position. Do not over tighten it as this could damage the cartridge seal. Close the cylinder lock by swinging it upward. This will pierce the CO2 cartridge (Fig 4E). Carefully press the grip back into place. Point the air pistol in a SAFE DIRECTION, take "Off Safe" (See Step 2B) push in the grip safety, and pull the trigger. If the air pistol does not make a popping noise after pulling the trigger, the CO2 is not being discharged. In that event, you will have to remove the grip, swing the cylinder lock downward and tighten the cylinder screw a little more by turning it counterclockwise. Then close the cylinder lock, replace the grip and test it again. Once there is a popping noise, the air pistol is releasing CO2 with each pull of the trigger. Return the safety to the "On Safe" position (See Step 2A). B. Removing the CO2 Cartridge Put the air pistol "On Safe" (See Step 2A). Make sure the air pistol is unloaded (See Step 4B). Point the air pistol in a SAFE DIRECTION. Swing the CO2 cylinder lock downward carefully to allow any remaining CO2 gas to escape. Important: Be sure to keep your hands and face away from escaping CO2. Push the grip release button on the left side to remove the right grip. (see Fig.4A) Loosen the cylinder screw by turning it clockwise until it stops. Remove the empty CO2 cartridge by turning the air pistol over and shaking it to let the CO2 cartridge fall out. The CO2 cartridge may be cold. Avoid prolonged contact with the CO2 cartridge if it is very cold. Close the cylinder lock by swinging it upward. Press the right grip cover back into place.

Step 4. Loading and Unloading Pellets
WARNING: Use only.177 (4.5mm) caliber pellets in your COLT GOVERNMENT 1911 and
1911 COMPENSATOR. Use of any other ammunition can cause injury to you or damage to the air pistol. Never reuse pellets.
WARNING: Never place your hand or fingers over the muzzle. When opening or closing the
slide make sure your air pistol is pointing in a SAFE DIRECTION, and keep your finger off the trigger. Failure to follow these warnings may cause serious injury. A. Loading Pellets Make sure the air pistol is "On Safe." (See Step 2A) Point the air pistol in a SAFE DIRECTION. Open the slide by pushing the release lever downward to the position shown in Figure 5A. Remove the pellet clip and load the pellets head first (see Fig. 5B and 5C) into the clip insuring that each pellet is completely inserted. IMPORTANT: To avoid jams or deforming the pellets, make sure the pellet skirt is level or slightly below the rim of the pellet chamber. Place the pellet clip back in the pistol with the ratchet teeth facing rearward. (see Fig. 5C) Grip the slide from the top (see Fig. 5D) and move it rearward to the closed position. IMPORTANT: Never put any part of your hand over the muzzle; grip only the top and sides of the slide.

Fig. 5 A

Fig. 5 B

Fig. 5 C

Fig. 5 D
B. Unloading the Pellets Put air pistol "On Safe" (See Step 2A). Point the air pistol in a SAFE DIRECTION. Open the slide by pushing the release lever downward (see Fig. 5A). Remove the pellet clip. Using a ramrod, gently push each pellet out of the pellet chamber. IMPORTANT: Never use sharp metal tools to remove pellets. Replace the empty pellet clip with the ratchet teeth facing rearward. (See Fig. 5C). Grip the slide from the top and move it rearward to the closed position. IMPORTANT: Never put any part of your hand over the muzzle; grip only the top and sides of the slide. Check to make sure the barrel is completely unloaded. Point the muzzle in a SAFE DIRECTION, take "Off Safe," (see Step 2B) cock the hammer and squeeze the trigger to fire. You may also unload your air pistol by following the directions listed under Step 6 - Removing a Jammed Pellet.
Step 5. Aiming and Firing Safely
A. Aiming and Firing the Air Pistol You and others with you should always wear shooting glasses to protect your eyes. Always aim your air pistol in a SAFE DIRECTION. When you are sure of your target and backstop, and the area around the target is clear, take the air pistol "Off Safe" (See Step 2B), push in the grip safety and squeeze the trigger to fire "Double Action" or cock the hammer and squeeze the trigger to fire "Single Action." NOTE: This air pistol will function in either "Double Action" or "Single Action" mode. To fire in "Double Action", apply steady pressure to the trigger until the pistol fires. To fire in "Single Action" mode, pull back the hammer and squeeze the trigger. For rapid-fire shooting, we recommend the "Double Action" mode, for more precise shooting we recommend the "Single Action" mode. To de-cock the hammer, put the air pistol "Off Safe," point the air pistol in a SAFE DIRECTION, place your thumb on the hammer and pull the trigger as you slowly guide the hammer back into the upward position, then release the trigger. Do not shoot at hard surfaces or at the surface of water. The pellet may bounce off or ricochet and hit someone or something you had not intended to hit. Always choose your target carefully. It is best to shoot at paper bull's-eye targets which are attached to a safe backstop. A heavy blanket should be hung behind the backstop to prevent ricochet should you miss the backstop. Your backstop should be checked for wear before and after each use. Replace your backstop if the surface is worn or damaged or if a ricochet occurs. Your air pistol is designed for target shooting and is suited for both indoor and outdoor use. Always remember to place your target carefully. THINK about what you will hit if you miss the target. The air pistol is correctly aimed when the front sight blade is positioned exactly in the notch of the rear sight. The top of the front sight blade should be even with the top of the notch in the rear sight. The bull's-eye should appear to rest on the top of the front sight (Fig. 6).

B. Adjusting the rear sight You can adjust the rear sight for windage by moving it sideways. To do this you must first loosen the rear sight using the small hex key supplied with the pistol (Fig. 7A). Adjust the windage as shown in Fig. 7B: If your pistol is shooting to the right: Move the rear sight to the left. If your pistol is shooting to the left: Move the rear sight to the right. Then tighten the rear sight screw once again (Fig. 7C).

too high

too low

Fig. 6

Fig. 7
Step 6. Removing A Jammed Pellet
IMPORTANT: The fact that the air pistol does not fire a projectile is never a reason to assume that the airgun is not loaded. Make sure that there is no pellet jammed between the pellet clip and the barrel. Follow the instructions under Step 4B -Unloading the Pellets. If the jam is in the barrel, remove the pellet clip (See Step 4B) insert a ramrod of the proper size into the muzzle end of the barrel and carefully push the jammed pellet into the breech. The barrel could be damaged if the proper sized ramrod is not used. Once you have pushed the pellet back into the breech, shake the air pistol until the jammed pellet falls out. Do not try to reuse that pellet. If you are not able to unjam your air pistol by following the unloading procedure, take no further action. Umarex USA or an Authorized Service Station will unjam your air pistol (no cost during the warranty period).
Step 7. Maintaining Your Air pistol
IMPORTANT: Before you attempt to oil your air pistol, always make sure the CO2 cylinder and pellet clip are removed and you have checked the barrel to make sure there are no pellets left in it (See Steps 3A & 4B). Your air pistol will maintain proper function for a long time if you oil the CO2 cylinder lock hinge, slide and pellet clip release lever with 2-3 drops of lubricating oil after you have fired approximately 250 shots. DO NOT use a petroleum distillate based oil or solvent and DO NOT over-oil because this can cause damage to your air pistol. Your air pistol will work best if you put just a drop of oil directly on the tip of the CO2 Cartridge before inserting. DO NOT use a petroleum distillate based oil or solvent and DO NOT over -oil as this can cause damage to your air pistol. Tampering with the air pistol or attempts to change the air pistol in any way may make it unsafe to use and will void the warranty. If you drop your air pistol, check to see that it works properly before you use it again. If anything seems changed, like a shorter or weaker trigger pull, this may mean worn out or broken parts. Call Customer Service at Umarex USA for assistance before using your air pistol again.

Step 8. Reviewing Safety

Do not ever point the air pistol at any person. Do not ever point the air pistol at anything you do not intend to shoot. Always treat the air pistol as though it is loaded and with the same respect, you would a firearm. Always aim in a SAFE DIRECTION. Always keep the muzzle of the air pistol pointed in a SAFE DIRECTION. Always keep the air pistol "On Safe" until you are ready to shoot in a SAFE DIRECTION. Always check to see if the air pistol is "On Safe" and unloaded when getting it from another person or from storage. Always keep your finger off the trigger and out of the trigger guard until ready to shoot. You and others with you should always wear shooting glasses to protect your eyes. Keep hands and face away from escaping CO2 gas. It can cause frostbite if allowed to come in contact with skin. Use.177 caliber (4.5 mm) pellets only. Never reuse pellets. Do not shoot at hard surfaces or at the surface of water. The pellet may bounce off or ricochet and hit someone or something you had not intended to hit. Replace the backstop if it becomes worn. All backstops are subject to wear and will eventually fail. Replace your backstop if the surface is worn or damaged or if a ricochet occurs. Place the backstop in a location that will be safe should the backstop fail. Do not attempt to disassemble or tamper with your air pistol. Use an Authorized Service Station or return it to the factory for repair. Do not put the air pistol away loaded or charged with CO2. Make sure ALL of the pellets are unloaded from the air pistol. (See Step 3A and 4B).
SPECIFICATIONS Mechanism: Caliber/Ammunition: Weight: Length: Barrel lenght: Barrel: Sights: Power source Safety: Velocity:
Colt Government 1911 A1/ Compensator CO2 Pistol.177 cal (4.5 mm) Lead Airgun Pellet 38 oz (1080g) / 40.5 oz (2250g) 9" (220 mm) / 10" (225 mm) 5" (122.4mm) Rifled Steel Rear: Adjustable for Windage Front: Fixed blade 12 gram CO2 cartridge Thumb safety, Grip Safety Up to 425 fps (130m/sec)
PERFORMANCE Many factors affect velocity, including brand of projectile, type of projectile, amount of CO2 in cylinders, lubrication, barrel condition and temperature. REPAIR SERVICE If your air pistol needs repair, we recommend that you take or send it to an Authorized Service Station or Umarex USA. For an Authorized Service Station near you, visit our web site at www.umarex-usa.com or call Customer Service at (479) 646 - 4210. International customers should contact their distributor. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE IT! Your air pistol requires special tools and fixtures to repair it. If you take it apart, you probably will not be able to reassemble it correctly. Umarex USA assumes no warranty responsibility under such circumstances.

LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY This product is warranted to the retail consumer for one year from date of retail purchase against defects in material and workmanship and is transferable. To register the serial number, located on the barrel of your gun, please return the Product Registration form found in your owner's manual packet. The warranty is not conditioned on the return of the card. WHAT IS COVERED Replacement parts and labor. Transportation charges to consumer for repaired product. WHAT IS NOT COVERED Transportation charges to Umarex USA or an Authorized Service Station for defective product. Damages caused by abuse or failure to perform normal maintenance. Any other expense. CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, OR INCIDENTAL EXPENSES, INCLUDING DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. 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. WARRANTY CLAIMS Warranty Claims for U.S. and Canadian Customers: Please return product to your nearest distributor. If you do not know your distributor, please visit www.umarex-usa.com and click on "warranty and repair service" or call (479) 646 - 4210 and ask for our assistance. IMPLIED WARRANTIES ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE YEAR FROM DATE OF RETAIL PURCHASE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. To the extent any provision of this warranty is prohibited by federal, state, or municipal law which cannot be preempted, it shall not be applicable. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state and country to country.

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Government 1911 A1 S

Cal. 9 mm P.A.K. (Blank Firing)

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING:

magazine

FAILURE TO FOLLOW BASIC GUN SAFETY AND THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR YOUR PISTOL MAY CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. DESIGNED FOR EXPERIENCED SHOOTERS. RECOMMENDED FOR ADULT USE ONLY.

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Important instructions for the use of blank firing guns.

Table of contents

Components General Operation of safeties Inspections Loading the pistol Firing

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It should be remembered that even the safest gun is potentially dangerous to you and others when it is not properly handled. Read and understand the operating instructions and learn how the gun works and is to be handled. Always treat any gun as if it were loaded. KEEP YOUR FINGER AWAY FROM THE TRIGGER UNLESS YOU INTEND TO FIRE. ALWAYS KEEP YOUR GUN POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION SO THAT YOU AND OTHERS CANNOT BE ENDANGERED. A gun can only be safe as long as it is in flawless operating condition. Incorrect handling and lack of maintenance may lead to malfunctions and reduced safety of the gun. Always be aware of possible risks from dropping your pistol or from corrosion or other external influences. In such cases, have your gun inspected by a competent gunsmith before using it again. Unauthorized modifications to the mechanism, damage caused by the application of force, or modifications performed by third parties will result in the manufacturer not assuming any liability. Only an Umarex USA gunsmith is qualified to work on this blank firing gun. Contact Umarex USA for repairs.
Insertion of the first cartridge Decocking the hammer Unloading the pistol
Pistol with empty magazine Firing of blank cartridges
Disassembly and reassembly of the pistol Cleaning and maintenance Storage Repairs

Warranty

Important instructions Technical data Contact

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OPERATION OF THE SAFETIES (SAFETY DEVICES)
CAUTION: Prior to transporting blank firing guns, please keep yourself informed about the legal regulations in your state and local areas.
safety engaged safety disengaged pistol ready to fire fig. 2
1. Manual safety To engage the safety (put ON SAFE), rotate the safety lever, as shown in fig. 1, to the higher position. To disengage the safety (put OFF SAFE), rotate the safety lever to its lower position as shown in fig. 2.

fig. 1

CAUTION:

CAUTION: CAUTION:

It should be made a common habit to leave the manual safety engaged until you intend to fire.
All safety devices of the gun are mechanical safeties, and the shooter is the only one who can engage and disengage these safeties. NEVER RELY SOLELY ON MECHANICAL SAFETIES always be extremely careful and avoid situations which could lead to an accident.
Always inspect the chamber of your pistol after the magazine has been removed from the gun. Make sure that no cartridge is left in the chamber after the safety has been engaged.
WEAR EYE AND EAR PROTECTORS SPECIFIED FOR FIREARM USE EVERY TIME YOU DISCHARGE YOUR BLANK FIRING GUN. MAKE SURE OTHERS IN THE VICINITY OF WHERE YOU WILL BE SHOOTING DO SO AS WELL. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING WILL CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY.
If you drop the gun with the safety off, accidental shots might be fired that may cause personal injury or damage. Carefully handle the gun and deactivate the safety only if you intend to shoot.

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INSPECTION BEFORE USE
Functional inspection 1. Make sure the chamber and magazine are empty. Remove the magazine, retract the slide. After the slide has been released, the recoil spring will return the slide fully forward. 2. Insert the empty magazine, retract the slide. The slide should be locked back in its rearmost position by the slide stop lever. 3. Remove the magazine, pull the slide back slightly, and release the slide. After the slide has been released, the recoil spring should return the slide fully forward. 4. To decock the gun, (check to make sure the chamber and magazine are empty) insert the empty magazine, hold the hammer with your thumb, pull the trigger and let the hammer slowly travel forward. 5. Insert the empty magazine, fully retract the slide. The slide must be retained in its rearmost position by the slide stop lever. 6. Press the slide stop lever down. The recoil spring should return the slide fully forward. Decock the hammer.
Make sure that the pistol is unloaded (chamber cleared of any obstructions, magazine empty) before inspection and that the safety is engaged.

INSPECTION AFTER USE

the hammer release.
Make sure that the pistol is unloaded (chamber must be clear) after use and make certain that the magazine is empty. Point the muzzle in a SAFE DIRECTION and decock the hammer by pressing
This pistol utilizes blank cartridges which conform with SAAMI standards or CIP standards respectively. Please note the chamber is ONLY designed to accept blank cartridges. It not designed to accept any fixed ammunition cartridge or live cartridge. Before using this pistol please carefully read the "Operating Instructions" and the Safety Precautions". Only when you are certain you have fully familiarized yourself with the function of your gun you should practice loading, unloading and firing. 4

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LOADING THE PISTOL
Draw back the slide to make sure the pistol is not loaded. Press the magazine release button and remove the empty magazine (fig. 3). Verify the caliber that you load in the magazine to ensure it corresponds to the caliber of the pistol. Press the follower down and insert a cartridge into the magazine lips (fig. 4). Do not use force. Damaged magazine lips will cause malfunctions and will render the gun useless. Tap the back of the loaded magazine against the palm of your hand. Properly positioned cartridges inside the magazine improve functional performance. Push the loaded magazine into the pistol well until the magazine catch locks it. To empty the magazine, remove the cartridges one after the other by pushing them towards the front of the magazine

fig. 3

LOADING THE CHAMBER WITH THE FIRST CARTRIDGE
Pick up the gun with your shooting hand, hold it at a downward angle of approx. 45 degrees and point the muzzle in a SAFE DIRECTION. Use your other hand to retract and release the slide. As the slide travels forward it inserts the first round into the chamber. The hammer is now cocked. Leave the safety engaged until you really intend to fire.

intend to shoot.

The pistol is ready to fire. Per safety instructions leave your trigger finger off the trigger until it is pointed in a SAFE DIRECTION and you

fig. 4

If you do not fire your gun immediately after loading it, point the muzzle in a SAFE DIRECTION and decock the hammer. NEVER USE CARTRIDGES NOT SPECIFICALLY DESIGNATED FOR USE IN YOUR BLANK FIRING GUN. FAILURE TO USE THE CORRECT TYPE OR CALIBER OF CARTRIDGE MAY CAUSE THE GUN TO JAM, FAIL TO FIRE OR EVEN GENERATE EXCESSIVE PRESSURE WHICH CAN DAMAGE OR EVEN RUPTURE YOUR GUN, CAUSING PERSONAL INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.

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FIRING

Your Colt Government 1911 A1 S fires in single action only. To fire "single action" means that the hammer is cocked before firing. The action of the slide then automatically reloads the pistol and cocks the hammer.

fig. 6

DECOCKING THE HAMMER
POWDER GAS WILL ESCAPE FROM THE PISTOL NEAR THE CHAMBER! WHEN FIRING THE PISTOL ALWAYS HOLD THE GUN HORIZONTALLY WITH ARM OUTSTRETCHED TO AVOID BEING INJURED BY ESCAPING HOT POWDER AND GAS (SEE FIGURES 6 AND 7).

fig. 7

Point the muzzle in a SAFE DIRECTION. Hold the hammer with your thumb, pull the trigger and let the hammer slowly travel forward.
PISTOL WITH EMPTY MAGAZINE
After the last round has been fired, the slide stop holds the slide in the open position. In case you intend to continue shooting, replace the empty magazine with a full one. Press the slide stop lever (fig. 8), the slide will travel forward and load the chamber with the first round. Try to refrain from slowing down the slide with your thumb when releasing the slide stop lever. You may find it more effective to drop the slide by pulling back the slide and releasing it. This will ensure a reliable closing of the slide. Keep your gun in your shooting hand and pointed in a SAFE DIRECTION so that there is no danger to other persons. The pistol is ready to fire. Per safety instructions leave your trigger finger off the trigger until it is pointed in a SAFE DIRECTION and you intend to shoot.
Keep the pistol pointing in a SAFE DIRECTION and make sure that the chamber is clear when decocking it to prevent injury.

CAUTION: PINCH POINT

Avoid contact with moving parts.

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If shooting is not to continue, remove the magazine, and inspect the chamber, it must be clear (fig. 9). To insure it is clear, close the slide and decock the hammer by pulling the trigger and slowly lowering the hammer with your thumb.

fig. 9

UNLOADING YOUR PISTOL

Point the muzzle in a SAFE DIRECTION. Remove the magazine and retract the slide. The round in the chamber is extracted and ejected.
Point the muzzle in a SAFE DIRECTION and allow the slide to travel forward. Decock the hammer by pulling the trigger and slowly lowering the hammer with your thumb.
Make a visual inspection of the chamber - it must be clear!
FIRING OF BLANK CARTRIDGES
Push the safety lever down, the safety is now disengaged. (OFF SAFE) The gun is ready to fire. Always hold the gun in a SAFE DIRECTION and in a way that you and other persons are not endangered. We recommend the use of personal protective equipment consisting of ear protection and protective shooting glasses. After each round fired, the pistol automatically reloads a new cartridge. This action will be repeated until the magazine is empty. After the last cartridge is fired, the slide automatically remains in its rearmost position. If firing is to be continued, the empty magazine is to be exchanged for a full one. Slight pressure of the thumb on the slide stop will release the slide which travels in its forward position, taking a new cartridge with it and chamber it. The gun is again ready to fire.

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DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY OF THE PISTOL
It is not necessary to strip the pistol any further than as is described in this manual. Further disassembly, improper assembly, or disregard of these instructions will lead to loss of warranty, and under no circumstances will the manufacturer then be liable for damages to persons or property.
Engage Safety. Press the recoil spring plug until you can twist the barrel bushing by 90 and take it out. Twist the recoil spring plug by 180 and take it out with the recoil spring and the recoil spring plug. Disengage safety and draw the slide all of the way to the rear, raise and then let it glide forward. Assembly is done in reverse order.
Prior to disassembly, remove the magazine and inspect the gun, to make sure it is unloaded.

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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
In order to keep the gun functional and to extend its service life, the Colt Government 1191 A1 S should be cleaned and maintained at regular intervals.
Before any maintenance, remove the magazine, open the slide, and inspect the chamber to make sure it is empty.

Disassemble the gun as instructed in this manual.; Remove fouling from breech, magazine lips, follower, and receiver with a brush and a cloth. Clean the chamber with an oil-soaked brush and then dry it with cleaning patches. Repeat until chamber is clean. Apply a thin coat of high quality gun oil to all metal parts. Reassemble gun and check for proper function.

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STORAGE
Always keep and store your pistol in an unloaded condition with the safety engaged (ON SAFE). Keep this pistol and ammunition away from children and unauthorized persons. Guns should be stored separately from ammunition. Check to see that the gun is unloaded when getting from storage or another person.
CAUTION: Never store a loaded pistol and never leave a loaded pistol unattended!

REPAIR OF UMAREX-PISTOLS

This product is warranted to the retail consumer for one (1) year from date of purchase against defects in material and workmanship and is not transferable. WHAT IS COVEREDReplacement parts and labor. WHAT IS NOT COVEREDShipping charges to Umarex USA for defective product and damages caused by abuse or failure to perform normal maintenance as well as any other expense. Consequential damages, or incidental expenses, including damage to property. 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. WARRANTY CLAIMSWarranty Claims and Repair for U.S. and Canadian customers only. Call Umarex USA (479)-646-4210 and ask for the Service Department. If it is determined a return is necessary, you will be issued a Return Authorization Number. Write this number boldly on the box and return the product prepaid to Umarex USA. Your name, address, phone number and a note explaining the defect found must be included in the package. A copy of the original purchase receipt must accompany the return. Include a check made to Umarex USA in the amount of $14.95 to cover shipping and handling. NEVER SHIP A LOADED GUN. NEVER SHIP A GUN WITH AMMO. BE SURE TO INCLUDE UNLOADED MAGAZINE.
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
A gun which fails to function properly is dangerous. It should be safely stored in a way that prevents its use before it is repaired. It is difficult to repair a gun, and improper assembly can lead to dangerous malfunctions or serious injury. Contact Umarex USA service department for repairs. Phone: 479-646-4210.

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IMPLIED WARRANTIESAny implied warranties, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to one (1) year from date of retail purchase. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. TO THE EXTENT ANY PROVISION OF THIS WARRANTY IS PROHIBITED BY FEDERAL, STATE, OR MUNICIPAL LAW WHICH CANNOT BE PREEMPTED, IT SHALL NOT BE APPLICABLE. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE AND COUNTRY TO COUNTRY. TO VALIDATE THIS WARRANTYSend in the registration card within 30 days to: Umarex USA, 6007 South 29th Street, Fort Smith, Arkansas 72908 or Register online at www.UmarexUSA.com.
DO NOT BRANDISH OR DISPLAY THIS PRODUCT IN PUBLIC IT MAY CONFUSE PEOPLE AND MAY BE A CRIME. POLICE AND OTHERS MAY THINK IT IS A FIREARM. DO NOT CHANGE THE COLORATION AND MARKINGS TO MAKE IT LOOK MORE LIKE A FIREARM. THAT IS DANGEROUS AND MAY BE A CRIME. The components of your blank firing gun were engineered and manufactured to deliver optimum performance. Any modification or tampering with your gun may cause a malfunction, will void your warranty, and may make it unsafe to use. Any change in performance (such as a lowered trigger pull force and shortened trigger travel), indicates possible modification, tampering, and/or wear. Such gun should be inspected, replaced, or properly repaired by only qualified Umarex USA personnel. Any gun that has been dropped should be checked by qualified personnel to ensure that its function has not been affected.

IMPORTANT:

When transporting any gun, make sure that it is unloaded and that the safety is engaged.

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CAUTION: Important instructions for the handling and use of blank firing guns!
Safe gun handling is YOUR personal responsibility at all times. Safety must be the prime consideration of anyone who owns or handles any gun. The safety of the pistol should be engaged at all times! Only disengage the safety when you intend to shoot. Pistols without a safety should always be carried with the chamber clear and magazine removed. Before putting down the pistol always make sure that it is not loaded. Remove the magazine and verify that no cartridges are in the chamber. Guns and ammunition are to be stored separately from each other in order to keep them away from unauthorized persons or children. Always check to make certain a gun is unloaded when getting from storage or another person. Always bear in mind that even the safest gun may be dangerous for you and others if improperly handled. Never place your finger inside the trigger guard unless you intend to fire. Always hold your gun in a way that neither you or other persons are endangered, because at distances of less than 5 m, even a blank firing gun can cause serious injuries or even death. Keep the pistol and ammunition away from heat sources and flames. Utilize only blank cartridges. The gun must only be fired horizontally into the air, with the arm stretched out. Pay attention to the ejection of the cartridge on the right side of the pistol. Make certain that you are a safe distance from any person or object to avoid possible injury by an ejected cartridge. After every use, we strongly recommend to disassemble, clean and lubricate the pistol, and keep it in a safe, secure and dry place. To clean the gun brush the chamber with the enclosed brush. Then dry and oil it. It is advisable to lubricate with oil, before using the pistol after an extended period of inactivity. Always wear ear protection and protective shooting glasses when shooting. In the event of a misfire, remove the magazine and remove the cartridge in the chamber by pulling the slide to the rear. Do not utilize unexploded cartridges. Prior to transporting blank firing guns, please keep yourself informed about the legal regulations in your state and local areas. Umarex and Umarex USA decline any and all responsibilities for improper use of this blank pistol. For details, refer to the appropriate legal instructions. In case of tampering with the pistol, Umarex and Umarex USA decline any Civil and Penal responsibilities and will not indemnify any damage. The user is liable for any damage caused to oneself and to third persons. 11

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Technical data
caliber trigger magazine capacity
9 mm P.A.K. 8 rounds Single Action
dimensions (length/height/width) weight
8-5/8 length / 5-3/8 height / 1-1/4 (inches) / 219/136.5/31.75 mm 35 ounce / 992 g
Umarex USA Inc. 6007 South 29th Street Fort Smith, AR 72908 USA Phone: (479) 646- 4210 Fax: (479) 646- 4206 www.umarexusa.com

 

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