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Firearms can be dangerous and can potentially cause serious injury, damage to property or death, if handled improperly 1. Never point a firearm at anyone, or in any direction other than a safe one, i.e., downrange 2. Always treat all firearms as if they were loaded. 3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target. 4. Keep your finger off the trigger while loading or unloading the pistol. 5. Keep your finger off the trigger while pulling pistol out of the holster or holstering. 6. Be sure of your target and the back stop beyond. 7. Never give to or take a firearm from anyone unless the action is open. 8. Be sure that the ammunition you are using is factory loaded and is not damaged in anyway. 9. Before firing, remove the magazine from the weapon, lock the bolt to the rear and check the barrel of your unloaded firearm for any possible obstructions. 10. Before firing any firearm unfamiliar to you, make sure that you understand how it functions. Unfamiliarity can cause serious accidents. Attend a certified training course on any firearm which you intend to use or with which you are not sufficiently familiar. 11. Wear hearing protection and eye protection when shooting your firearm. 12. Keep your hands and fingers away from the muzzle to avoid injury or burns. 13. Firearms and ammunition should be stored separately beyond the reach of children and untrained or irresponsible adults. 14. Avoid the use of alcoholic beverages before and during any shooting.TABLE OF CONTENTS General 1 Assemblies. 3 Description of the assemblies. 4 Accessories 9 Handling and operation 11 Functioning of parts. 14 Stripping the rifle for cleaning. 15 Reassembling the rifle. 17 Adjusting the rotary rear sight. 18 Using the combat sling. 20 Using the HK93 semi automatic rifle with telescopic sight. 22 Aiming. 23 Technical data 24 4 GENERAL This page left blank intentionally. The HK 93 semi-automatic rifle, cal.http://www.rzeczoznawcy.pl/galeria/heartland-gas-stove-manual.xml

223 is a modern small arm produced in accordance with the most advanced manufacturing methods. It permits semi-automatic fire from all positions with the bolt closed. The HK 93 is a recoil operated rifle with stationary barrel and delayed roller locked bolt system. The cartridges are fed either from a 5-round or from a 25-round magazine. Now aim at the target by means of the diopter hole and the front sight.In this sight picture, the front sight is centered precisely in the diopter hole - Correct point of aim! - DESCRIPTION OF THE ASSEMBLIES Assembly 1 Receiver and barrel, cocking mechanism and sights The receiver connects barrel, cocking mechanism and sights. In addition, all assemblies are either contained in the receiver or attached to it (Fig. 7). The barrel is press-fitted into the barrel extension and fixed in place by means of pins. A flash hider is screwed onto the muzzle. The cocking mechanism is located above the barrel and serves for cocking and loading the weapon and to secure the bolt is in its rearmost position. The sights consist of the front sight and rotary rear sight. Place mount on the rifle from above, keeping the mount tilted slightly to the right and rest its plastic nose against the sight cylinder. Note the inscription direction of fire and the arrow on the bottom of the mount. Raise clamping lever as far as it will go. Fig. 11 Bolt head Fig. 13 Firing pin spring Fig. 12 Locking piece Fig. 14. Firing pin The bolt assembly is housed and guided in the receiver. In conjunction with the recoil spring the bolt feeds and fires the cartridge and also serves to extract and eject the case after firing and to cock the hammer. Removing the telescopic sight To remove the telescopic sight with mount, push clamping lever downward. Press catch downward with thumb and raise clamping lever again. Tip telescopic sight with mount to the right and remove. Fig. 54 Attaching the telescopic sight with mount Fig.http://www.popnmusic.fr/userfiles/heartland-payment-systems-manual.xml

55 Removing the telescopic sight with mount 5 of of 24 9 Carrying and slinging modes, firing positions Assembly 3 Grip assembly and trigger mechanism The grip assembly (Fig. 15) is hinged to the receiver, can be swung down and removed from it. It houses the trigger mechanism (Fig. 16) with hammer, ejector and the safety. The safety axle connects the trigger housing to the grip. Fig. 47 Fig. 48 Fig. 49 Fig. 15 Grip with trigger housing Fig. 16 Trigger mechanism and safety Fig. 50 Fig. 51 Fig of 24 6 of 24 10 Assembly 4 Buttstock Fixed buttstock (Fig. 17) The back plate closes the receiver at the rear. It is connected to the receiver by a locking pin and houses the recoil spring, the buffer assembly and the buttstock. The sling holder is attached to the butt stock by two tubular rivets which serve to hold the butt plate and to store the locking pin when stripping the rifle. USING THE COMBAT SLING The combat sling is attached to the front of the rifle by fixing its carbine hook in the eye on the front sight holder; at the rear, its loop and spring hook are attached to the buttstock. When used as a normal carrying sling, the double loop hangs from the carbine hook. To convert the sling to the ready carrying mode (Fig. 47) pull the double loop over the carbine hook (Fig. 45) and attach it to the handguard, depending upon how the sling is worn. Set the combat sling to the proper length for the individual shooter by readjusting the sliding buckle. The correct sling length can be checked by assuming the desired firing position. When slinging the rifle (Fig. 35), one half of the sling (1) should extend over the shooter s back, with the other half (2) resting across his chest. Fig. 17 Fixed butt stock Retractable butt stock (Fig. 18) When using the rifle as carbine, the fixed buttstock can be replaced by a retractable one. The two guide rails on either side of the butt stock are guided in grooves on the receiver.

They are arrested by a spring-loaded gripping lever in retracted and extended position. A support for fastening the sling is fitted to the back plate. Fig. 45 Pulling the double loop over the carbine hook Fig. 46 How to wear the combat sling Fig. 18 Retractable buttstock 7 of of 24 11 Windage adjustment Point of impact left: Loosen clamping screw (Fig. 43) on top of sight base. Turn adjusting screw (Fig. 44) counter-clockwise according to requirement. Then retighten clamping screw. Point of impact right: Loosen clamping screw (Fig. 43) on top of sight base. Turn adjusting screw (Fig. 44) clockwise according to requirement. Then retighten clamping screw. Assembly 5 Handguard The detachable handguard (Fig. 19) encircles the barrel from below, and it is fastened to the weapon by a locking pin. The hook on the handguard serves to receive the double loop when the combat sling is used. ADJUSTING THE ROTARY REAR SIGHT Any corrections which may be necessary when sighting-in, are only performed by adjusting the rear sight for elevation or windage. Elevation adjustment: Insert elevation adjustment tool into the rear sight cylinder (Fig. 42) so that the wedges of the tool engage in the two splines in the cylinder which contain the catch bolts. Press Phillips-head screwdriver downward into the adjustment tool and hold fast. Turn rear sight cylinder manually in the desired direction (turning clockwise lowers, turning counter-clockwise raises the point of impact 1.6 in (4 cm) per click at a range of 109 yds. (100 m). After correction remove screwdriver and elevation adjustment tool. The catch bolts will then re-engage in the splines. After performing the elevation adjustment, set rear sight cylinder at the desired range. Fig. 23 Standard carrying sling Combat sling The combat sling (Fig. 24) serves to carry the rifle in different modes and enables its user to fire immediately from all firing position (see pages 46-49). Fig. 24 Combat sling Fig.

42 Elevation adjustment 9 of of 24 13 REASSEMBLING THE RIFLE Attach handguard. Insert the assembled bolt with recoil spring into the receiver (locking rollers must rest inside the bolt head.) Attach grip assembly. (Fig. 40) (Set safety lever on grip assembly at S ). Slide fixed or retractable buttstock onto the receiver and insert locking pins. Hook carrying sling into the eye on the front sight holder. Check the proper reassembly of the rifle by performing several cocking motions. Gap between bolt head and bolt head carrier With the bolt in its closed position the magazine being detached the bottom side of the bolt is visible through the magazine attachment unit. There must be a very narrow gap between the bolt head and the bolt head carrier. If this gap has disappeared, we ask you to have the weapon checked with your local gun dealer as this technical condition would cause excessive strong recoil forces. Fig. 41) Telescopic sight The telescopic sight (Fig. 25) is fixed to its mount by two screws. The receiver of the rifle is so designed that a telescopic sight can be attached to it without any special arrangements (see pages 50-52). Fig. 25 Telescopic sight Bipod The bipod (Fig. 26) serves to support the front part of the rifle. It is fitted into the handguard guideway by pressing-in the leaf spring. The bipod legs can be folded up against the rifle by operating the catch lever. Failure to function On principle operate the cocking lever and continue firing. Should the rifle fail to fire, put at safe, remove the magazine, unload the rifle and determine the cause of the malfunction. Fig. 40 Reassembling the rifle Fig. 41 Head space Fig. 26 Bipod 17 of of 24 14 HANDLING AND OPERATION Filling of magazine One hand holds the magazine (Fig. 27), the other hand puts the cartridge on the magazine lip and presses it under the lip with the thumb. Emptying of magazine One hand holds the magazine. The points of the cartridges point to the front.

The second cartridge is pressed down with a small piece of wood or a cartridge, whereby the top cartridge falls out by itself. Caution Safety requires that both locking rollers be in place in the bolt head when assembling the weapon. See Fig. 34. Stripping the grip assembly with trigger mechanism Set the safety lever to point vertically upwards, and then pull the lever out. Remove the grip assembly. If the trigger housing is extremely fouled, it can be washed out in a cleaning solvent. Note: For both operations a magazine filling and emptying device is also available. Fig. 38 Stripping the bolt assembly Fig. 39 Extracting the locking piece, firing pin and firing pin spring Fig. 27 Filling of magazine 11 of of 24 15 STRIPPING THE RIFLE FOR CLEANING Engage the safety. Remove magazine. Unload chamber; retract cocking lever and make sure that the chamber is clear. Let cocking lever snap forward. Unhook carrying sling from front sight holder. Remove buttstock locking pin and put it in the tubular rivets in the fixed buttstock. Slide off buttstock and back plate (Fig. 35). Remove grip assembly. How to put at safe Set safety lever at S. The trigger cannot be squeezed.Firing Fire: Set safety lever at F. Fig. 36 Removing the buttstock Fig. 37 Removing the bolt assembly Stripping the bolt assembly Remove recoil spring from recoil spring rod by edging it off, in the rearmost position. Remove the bolt head from the bolt assembly by turning it 90 degrees to the right. Turn locking piece until lug is clear and can be withdrawn from the bolt head carrier (Fig. 38). Remove firing pin with its spring (Fig. 39). Reassembling of bolt is done by reversing the disassembly procedure. Push bolt head with its slanted surface under the nose of the locking lever holding a distance of about 5 mm to the bolt head carrier and turn to the left until the slide-surfaces of the bolt head and the bolt head carrier are at the same level. Press recoil spring into recoil spring guide rod. Fig.

28 Safe Fig. 29 Fire 15 of of 24 16 Inserting and removing of magazine Put at safe. Insert magazine into the magazine well (Fig. 30) until the magazine catch engages audibly. To remove the magazine, push the magazine catch on the right side of the weapon (Fig. 31). FUNCTIONING OF PARTS The rifle is loaded and the safety set on F. By pulling the trigger, the hammer is released and strikes the firing pin which in turn ignites the cartridge. The powder gases drive the bullet out of the barrel. Simultaneously these gases also exert pressure on the cartridge case. This causes forces to act on the bolt head face; a portion of these forces is transmitted to the receiver and a portion to the bolt head carrier via the locking piece. The balanced angular ratio of the locking piece and barrel extension results in a delayed recoil movement of the bolt head. This guarantees that the bolt keeps the barrel locked until the bullet has left the muzzle (Fig. 34) Fig. 30 Inserting the magazine Fig. 31 Removing the magazine Loading of rifle Put at safe. Pull cocking lever rearward with the left hand, engaging it in the recess of the cocking lever housing (Fig. 32). Insert the filled magazine into the magazine well so that the magazine catch locks magazine audibly into position. Allow cocking lever to snap forward (Fig. 33). The rifle is loaded and in safe position. Fig. 34 Bolt in locked position After the locking rollers have been fully cammed into the bolt head, the bolt can continue its recoil movement. In the course of this movement, the empty cartridge case is ejected and the hammer recocked. At the same time, the recoil spring is compressed, which returns the bolt to its forward position. During the course of this process, a new round is chambered from the magazine. The extractor engages in the extracting groove in the cartridge case.

As a result of the beveled surfaces of the locking piece, the locking rollers are cammed against the supporting surfaces in the barrel extension (Fig. 35). The weapon is now ready to fire again. Fig. 32 Retracting the cocking lever Fig. 33 Releasing the cocking lever Fig. 35 Bolt in unlocked position 13 of of 24 Accidental discharge of weapon Improper and careless handling of the firearm could result in unintentional If rifle is not cocked, selector lever cannot be pointed toward safe. If rifle is not cocked, selector lever cannot be pointed toward safe. 2. Point rifle in a SAFE DIRECTION!! 3. Remove magazine by pressing magazine catch With proper care and handling, it will give you many years of long, reliable Improper and careless handling of the firearm could result in unintentional Patent Pending Though the translation has been checked for accuracy, no claim of 100% accuracy is implied. Disregarding information Handling and Safety Instructions USA Manuel d instruction. Manual de instrucciones. Break barrel air pistol It is vital to your safety and to the safety of others that you accurately follow the information contained Full metal Construction 1911.22 LR.22 Rimfire The pistols of the 1911.22 LR platform licensed and FasTagger FasTagger. 1. Tag material will not feed.

Read the instructions and warnings in this manual CAREFULLY Made in America For best performance we suggest that you use American Register this product Table of Contents GB Assembly Guide Read instructions before assembling this When tipping the Cable Processor Module back, (after removing the toggle arm pin), use extreme caution not to drop The stock is formed ergonomically and available as real right- The Green Dot is designed as the primary targeting Keep this manual with your firearm and review it before Keep this manual with your pistol and review it before For Product Service The purpose of the drill then was to instill discipline Series FULLY SHROUDED BARREL AT44-10 Tact QE More Power Even though velocity rates may appear the same from brand The Spring Motor must have proper tension Follow each step Patents World Wide WALTHER INNOVATION For The high-quality finish of the complete rifle Shooters never fire or point their rifles outside the limits of these DO NOT DESTROY It is the customer s responsibility to have all operators and service personnel read and understand this manual.The CQB Series of Scopes give you many great options so you can choose the scope that best fits your needs. Backed by To use this website, you must agree to our Privacy Policy, including cookie policy. Enlarged copy of the original red manual that came with the HK93. Each manual is new and has many pictures to help with sight alignment, disassembly, reassembly, maintenance and much more. We are proud to offer an We believe we offer the best combination of All prices are in USD. The conversion method described in this manual simulates the G-3 and HK-33 factory weapons, and can be readily performed. Each phase of the conversion is fully described, compiled with detailed photographs and illustrations. I won a red colored HK 93 manual on Ebay. It was advertised as new old stock and the guy had five of them. Well I received it last night and it appears odd.

The first thing I noticed was the cover was slightly glossier, smooth and not textured and duller like my other manuals. The paper is lighter weight paper than my other manuals as well. The print on the covers is off center and it appears to have been put together by one of my kids. The pages were not put in well either. I sent the seller and e-mail saying I was suspicious of it and he told me it was real and he got it from a HK distributor. He then went on to tell me there is no money in reproductions and he has sold several to many collectors. I think I was duped, but I figured one of the people here with far more knowledge could tell me. If I can figure out how to post pictures I will show the comparisons. Thanks. hker71It would not be that hard to do. In fact, I have scanned copies of several myslef.The one on top in the comparisons is the HK 93 manual. I just have a hard time thinking HK would allow their quality control to be so bad. Any help you guys can give would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again.I opened a complaint on Ebay and asked for a refund. The seller told me he will refund the purchase if I send it back. This was all through the Ebay resolution center so they get copies as well. I have it packed and ready to go so I can't show the rear at this point. It looks like the back of the other HK manuals, but is off center as well. I am trying to figure out if I should post the guy's seller name, but I figure I should wait until my dispute has been settled. I just don't want anyone else to fall for the same thing.User Alert System provided by. Sterling, Virginia 20166-8903 U.S.A.Would you like some Free Manuals?Also Visit my website for 7 FREE Download Manuals startingClick Here Now. Safety RulesFirearms can be dangerous and canAttend a certified training course on anyThis page left blank intentionally.The weapons HK 33 E and HK 53, cal 5.56mm x 45 (.

223) are modernFrom closed bolt position this weapons permitThe weapons HK 33E and HK 53 are largely of identical design andHandling and operating of both weapons are identical. In the present description you can see illustrations of the HK 33E. Existing models:A bayonet can also be attached. (Fig. 1)ASSEMBLY GROUPS (Fig. 6)Retractable buttstock. Bipod. Telescopic sight. Blank attachment. Special bolt for blank cartridges. Combat carrying slingThe line of HK 33E rifles is complemented by a carbine version HK 33K E.If round does not fire, put at safe and remove magazine. UnloadSight pictures for Rifle HK 33E and HK 53. Assembly 1 Receiver and barrel, cocking mechanism and sights. The receiver connects barrel, cocking mechanism and sights. All majorThe barrel is a press fit in the barrel extension and is pinned. TheThe sighting device consists of a front sight and a rotary rear sight. ThisThe rotary rear sight can be adjusted for elevation and windage. Fig. 7 Receiver and barrel, cocking mechanism and sightsCarrying and slinging modes. Assembly 2 Bolt assembly. The bolt assembly (Fig. 8) consists of. Fig. 8 Bolt assembly. Fig. 48. Fig 9 Bolt body. Fig 10 Recoil spring guide rod and recoilFig 11 Bolt-head, complete. Fig 12 Locking piece. Fig. 49. Fig. 51. Fig 13 Firing pin spring. Fig. 50. Fig. 52. Firing position. Fig 14 Firing pin. The bolt assembly is housed and guided in the receiver. Assisted by theFig. 53Fig. 54. Fig. 55The combat carrying sling can be adjusted to the right length for theThe revision of the rightThe grip assembly (Fig. 15) is hinged to the receiver, can be swungIt contains the trigger mechanism (Fig. 16)The safety axle connects the trigger mechanismWhen the weapon is to be carried slung around the rifleman’s chest,When using the combat carrying sling as an ordinary carrying sling,Fig 15 Grip assembly andFig 16 Trigger mechanism and safetyAssembly 4 Buttstock. Fixed buttstock. The fixed buttstock closes the receiver at the rear (Fig. 17).

It is fastenedThe sling holder is attached to the buttstock by means of tubular rivets,Fig. 47 Use of combat carrying sling. Fig. 17 Fixed butt stockAssembly 5 handguard. The detachable handguard (Fig. 18) encloses the barrel from below. It isA quick release hook forThe leaf spring attached to the bottom of the handguard serves as aPoint of impact, right: Loosen clamping screw (Fig. 45) on top of sightThe clamping screw should be tightened afterNote: Each revolution of the adjusting screw moves the mean point ofFig. 18 Handguard. Assembly 6 magazine. The magazine is made of steel and takes 25 cartridges (Fig. 22). Fig. 45 Loosening of clampingFig. 46 Turning of adjusting screw. Fig 19 Magazine tube. Fig 20 Floor plate. Fig 21 Follower,Fig 22If during firing it is necessary to zero the rifle, this is affected byElevation adjustment. Insert elevation adjustment tool into sight cylinder (Fig. 44) in such a wayRetractable buttstock. The fixed buttstock can be replaced by a retractable buttstock (Fig. 23). The two rails of the buttstock are guided alongside of the receiver. TheyA support for fastening the combat sling is fitted to the back plate. Rotate sight cylinder in desired direction by hand; (to lower point ofAfter correction remove screwdriver and elevation adjustment tool. Again the catch bolts engage in the slots. Following completion of elevation adjustment set sight cylinder atFig. 23 Retractable butt stock. Bipod. The bipod (Fig. 24) is foldable and detachably located on the handguardA catch avoids collapsing ofFig. 44 Elevation adjustment. Windage adjustment. Point of impact, left: Loosen clamping screw (Fig. 45) on top of sightThe clamping screw should be tightened afterFig. 24 BipodTelescopic sight. The telescopic sight (Fig. 25) is fixed to its mount by two screws. The receiver of each weapon is designed to receive a telescopic sightPush assembled bolt with recoil spring into receiver. Attach grip assembly.

Attach fixed or retractable buttstock and insert locking pin (Fig. 43). Hook in combat carrying sling. Check correct reassembly of the weapon by carrying out severalFig. 25 Telescopic sight. Blank attachment. When firing blank cartridges the combined flash hide-grenade launcher isFig. 43 Reassembly of rifle. Powder residues can be removed by putting the blank attachment intoFig. 26 Blank attachmentDisassembly of bolt. Recoil spring to be pulled out somewhat angular in the rearmost positionCombat carrying sling. The combat carrying sling (Fig. 27) serves to carry the rifle and whenRemove the bolt head from the bolt assembly by turning it 90 degrees toRemove firing pin and firing pin spring. Fig 41 Disassembly of bolt. Fig. 42 Extracting the locking piece,Reassembly of bolt is done by reversing the disassembly procedure. Push bolt head with is slanted surface under the nose of the locking leverPush recoil spring into recoil spring tube. Fig. 27 Combat carrying sling. Disassembly of grip with trigger mechanism. Set the selective fire lever to point vertically upwards, and then pull theFurther disassembly shouldIf grip assembly is extremelyOne hand holds the magazine (Fig. 28) the other hand places thePut at “safe”! Remove magazine. Emptying the magazine. One hand holds the magazine. The points of the cartridges point to theUnload; draw cocking lever rearward, make sure that the chamber isUnhook combat sling at the front sight holder. Remove locking pin and store it one of the tubular rivets of the fixedDetach buttstock (Fig. 39); hinge down or remove the gripRetract bolt and recoil spring by means of the cocking lever andDetach handguard. Fig. 39 Removal of butt stock. Fig. 28 Filling of magazine. Fig.

40 Removal of boltAfter the locking rollers have submerged completely into the bolt head,The three position selector lever is situated on the left side of the gripThe position selected is indicated also on the opposite side of the gripThe inclined faces of the locking piece cam the locking rollers against theHow to put at safe. Set the selector lever at “S”. Now it is impossible to operate the trigger. However, the rifle can be loaded while in “safe” condition. Firing! Single fire: Set selector lever at “E”. Burst: Set selector lever at “F”. Fig. 36 Bolt in unlocked position. In single fire operation (Fig. 37), after a round has been fired, theDuring a burst (Fig. 38) the trigger lever is out of reach of the hammerFig. 29. Fig. 30. Fig. 37 Single fire. Fig. 38 BurstAfter allowing the cocking lever to snap forward the weapon is loadedInserting and removing magazine. Put at “safe”! Insert magazine into the magazine well (Fig. 31), until the magazineFor removal of the magazine, push the magazine release lever (Fig. 32). Fig. 34 Cocking lever snapping forward. Fig. 31 Inserting of magazine. Fig. 32 Removing of magazineLoading of rifle. Put at “Safe”! Draw the cocking lever with the left hand rearward engaging it in the holdBy pulling the trigger the hammer is released and strikes the firing pinThe powder gases drive the projectileThis guarantees a closed breech until the projectile has left the muzzle. Fig. 33 Retracting of cocking lever. Insert the filled magazine into the magazine well until the magazine catchFig. 35 Closed bolt position. Find best value and selection for your ORIGINAL HK 91 HECKLER KOCH OWNERS INSTRUCTION MANUAL search on eBay. D6 Tractor Serial No: and save yourself time Manual. Industry experts and association members have been consulted to 300 up with an exploded view of for the computation of can immediately see how the lessor's operating cost dealers in your area. View online or download Hk audio Lucas nano 300 User Manual.

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