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Reloading an ultra

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Hi

 

Getting annoyed with my ultra. I have just sent it to bsa themselves and they fixed the cocking problems. However, i want to know how to cock, reload and fire the next shot with my gun. I know how to place the magazine in etc but when i have a full mag and fire the first shot, when i go to fire the next shot it just fires air, i believe i am doing it wrong. Could anyone tell me the correct way to do it.

 

Thankyou

Jack W

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after your first shot press the lever on the right side of the gun down witch will relesa a pin just under your scoop push the pin in and then thereis a lever at the end of the stock puch it in twowards you and you are ready 2 go again hope this helps

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after your first shot press the lever on the right side of the gun down witch will relesa a pin just under your scoop push the pin in and then thereis a lever at the end of the stock puch it in twowards you and you are ready 2 go again hope this helps

 

 

Thanks,

 

Do you mean the large pin at the very back

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Do this sequence......

 

1 release the bolt by pressing the little lever on the right

2 cock the gun by pressing the big knob on the front

3 reload a new pellet by pushing the big bolt at the back

4 shoot rabbits in the head by pulling the little trigger at the bottom

5 eat the aforementioned rabbit in a stew by moving your chin up and down

6 Job done!

 

Seriously, reloading the Ultra is so easy

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Do this sequence......

 

1 release the bolt by pressing the little lever on the right

2 cock the gun by pressing the big knob on the front

3 reload a new pellet by pushing the big bolt at the back

4 shoot rabbits in the head by pulling the little trigger at the bottom

5 eat the aforementioned rabbit in a stew by moving your chin up and down

6 Job done!

 

Seriously, reloading the Ultra is so easy

 

 

not quite the answer he was looking for john.

but still amusing :laugh::clapper:

regards

 

davy

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