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SECTION 1 : SPECIFICATIONS!

INTERVENTION M200 MILITARY


OPTICAL SIGHT RAIL PGRS-1 MUZZLE BRAKE

BUTTSTOCK AND MONOPOD ASSEMBLY

ADJUSTABLE TRIGGER

CARRYING HANDLE

BARREL TUBE AND BIPOD ASSEMBLY

PISTOL GRIP

7-ROUND BOX MAGAZINE

CheyTac M200
!! Caliber Weight Length With Stock Collapsed Length With Stock Extended Barrel Length Magazine Capacity Operation Muzzle Velocity Muzzle Energy Effective Range .408 CheyTac 31 lbs 46 3/4 inches (1187mm) 53 inches !(1346mm) 29 inches (737mm) 7 rounds Bolt-Action ! 419 gr./3030 fps 11,352 Joules 2000+ meters

SOCOM GEAR M200


8mm BB 9 Kg 1189mm 1366mm 650mm (inner barrel) 7 rounds Bolt-Action 85 m/s* 1.8 Joules* 50 meters

Temperature at 25 degrees Celsius

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INITIAL SET UP and SYSTEM DISASSEMBLY. The M200 rifle is delivered SDUWLDOO\ DVVHPEOHG 1R WRROV DUH QHHGHG WR IXOO\ DVVHPEOH WKH ULH RU WR GR D HOG WHDUGRZQ RI WKH ULH 6LPSOH WRROV DUH XVHG WR GR D GHWDLOHG WHDUGRZQ RI WKH ULH IRU D technical inspection or a detailed cleaning. Basic set up is as follows:

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1. Turn to correct position

2. Lock the Screw.

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Push this botton

3. Put down the bipod

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Screw the bolt handle into place.

gluing is recommended.

If you have not already done so, extend the buttstock assembly.

WHEN THE STOCK IS EXTENDED, ENSURE THE STOCK IS LOCKED IN PLACE.

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OPERATING AND SHOOTING THE M200 INTERVENTION RIFLE. Operating the INTERVENTION rifle consists of gas charging, operating the safety, loading the PDJD]LQH ORFNLQJ WKH PDJD]LQH LQWR WKH ULH ORDGLQJ D FDUWULGJH LQWR WKH FKDPEHU KRS XS DGMXVWPHQW ULQJ D URXQG FOHDULQJ WKH ULH GAS CHARGING Unlock bolt by rotating the bolt handle upward and pull the bolt back to the rear most position.Charging the gas through the gas valve, then push the bolt forward and bolt handle downward to lock the bolt.

OPERATING THE SAFETY. The INTERVENTION rifle uses the Remington trigger group and the safety. As with the Remington series rifles, the forward position is the FIRE position. The rear position is the SAFE position. The safety
switch will only move to the safe position with the weapon cocked. The rifle cocks on unlocking the bolt. Once you lift the bolt on the ULH \RX FDQ SODFH WKH VDIHW\ LQ WKH SAFE position.

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LOADING THE MAGAZINE


7.95~ 7.9 7 mm

N OT E : The Accuracy of M200


is related with 8mm BB bullets precision. More roundness the 8mm BB could be, the more steady performance M200 will be. High Precision 8mm BB bullet is recommended.

WARNING! This airsoft toy is designed for BB bullet shooting purpose only.
SOCOM GEAR M200 toy cartridge is the only cartridge should be used. Any LIVE ammunition is prohibited and CAN NOT insert into chamber. Wrong cartridge could cause damage of toy, injury people, or shooter himself.

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I. Position the cartridge bottom just forward of the magazine feed lips at the top of the magazine.

II. Press the cartridge down into the magazine until the cartridge bottom clears the feed lips.

III. Push the cartridge to the rear of the magazine.

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IV. Continue this until you have the desired rounds loaded or a full magazine.

LOCKING THE MAGAZINE INTO THE RIFLE. There are essentially two
PHWKRGV RI ORFNLQJ PDJD]LQHV LQWR PDJD]LQH IHG ULHV 2QH PHWKRG LV VLPLODU WR the AR-15/M-16 method in which the operator simply s shoves the magazine into the magazine well and a lock engages into the side of the magazine. The second method is similar to the AK-47 locking method. This is done when the magazine is tipped forward slightly and then the magazine is snapped sharply to the rear and up, locking the magazine in place. These locking mechanisms FDSWXUH D QRWFK RQ WKH UHDU RI WKH PDJD]LQH 7KH ,17(59(17,21 ULH LV VLPLODU to the AK-47 locking method.

1. The rear of the magazine up into the port

2. The front of the magazine and the receiving notch in the front of the port.

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3. until the locking lever clicks and is locked back in its original UNLOADED position.

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I.

Lift the handle on the bolt and place the safety in the SAFE position. You may return the bolt handle to the down-and-locked position or leave the bolt open at this point. This is at the shooters discretion.

II. III.

6OLJKWO\ OLIW WKH UHDU RI WKH ULH WR JLYH \RX JURXQG FOHDUDQFH WR ORFN D PDJD]LQH With your trigger-pulling hand, slide the magazine into the port on the bottom of the receiver. Note the capture notch on the FRONT of the magazine. Position this notch in the receiving notch in the magazine port on the receiver. This is in the front portion of the port. Pivot the rear of the magazine up into the magazine port until the locking lever fully engages the notch on the REAR of the magazine. CHAMBERING A CARTRIDGE. As stated above, the safety can be placed in the SAFE position once the bolt is opened. It is a recommended safe practice that PRIOR to loading a live round, you open the bolt, place the safety in the SAFE position, then continue with the loading process.

IV. V.

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A loaded magazine can be locked into the magazine well with the bolt either open or closed. For safety reasons, it is recommended that the bolt be in the open position for loading. This allows others around you to see the condition of WKH ULH Chamber a round by grasping the bolt handle with the strong hand. If the bolt is open when the magazine is inserted, simply push the bolt forward with steady pressure, locking down the bolt once forward motion is stopped. $W WKLV SRLQW WKH ULH LV ORDGHG DQG VKRXOG EH RQ 6$)(

II.

III.

CAUTION! DO NOT double feeding the cartridge. Make sure there is no cartridge
inside the chamber before you push a new round into it.

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HOP UP ADJUSTMENT.
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1. Turn counter-clockwise to decrease the hop up effect.

2. Turn clockwise gently to increase the hop up effect.

3. The best situation.

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FIRING AND RELOADING. :LWK D FDUWULGJH LQ WKH FKDPEHU DQG WKH ULH RQ SAFE:

I. Push the safety lever forward to the FIRE position.

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III. 7R UHORDG DQRWKHU FDUWULGJH DIWHU ULQJ JUDVS WKH EROW KDQGOH ZLWK WKH strong hand1 and aggressively rotate the bolt UP to unlock the bolt.

1. The strong hand is a term referring to the trigger pulling hand. For right-handed shooters on a right KDQGHG ULH WKLV ZRXOG EH WKH ULJKW KDQG /HIWKDQGHG VKRRWHUV KRZHYHU ZLOO RSHUDWH WKH EROW ZLWK WKH ZHDN KDQG 7KLV LV WKH KDQG WKDW VXSSRUWV WKH EDFN RI WKH ULH 7KLV FDQ EH DQ DGYDQWDJH EHFDXVH this type of shooter never takes his hand off of the pistol grip.

IV. Pull the bolt to the rear to eject the spent cartridge.

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V. Once the bolt touches the bolt stop, you may again push the bolt forward to load another round.

VI. It is the shooters option to place the safety in the SAFE position if no target is ready or available to shoot.

CLEARING THE RIFLE. &OHDULQJ WKH ULH LV GRQH WR PDNH WKH ULH FRPSOHWHO\ VDIH 7KLV PD\ EH ZKHQ ZDONLQJ DZD\ IURP WKH ULH SULRU WR FDVLQJ WKH ULH SULRU WR FOHDQLQJ WKH ULH RU IRU DQ\ RWKHU UHDVRQ QHHGHG WR PDNH WKH JXQ WRWDOO\ VDIH I. REMOVE THE MAGAZINE. It is good practice with ANY magazine-fed weapon to make this the first step in clearing that weapon.

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II. Open the bolt to either remove fired cartridge OR to physically inspect the chamber for ammunition. PHYSICALLY CHECK THE CHAMBER BY BOTH LOOKING INTO THE CHAMBER AND BY STICKING YOUR INDEX FINGER INTO THE CHAMBER. This is very important when shooting at night.

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Item No. DESCRIPTION Muzzle Brake Muzzle Brake O-Ring Inner Barrel Inner Barrel Block Barrel Hop Up Hop Up Cover Hop Up Screw Chamber Chamber Screw Barrell Nut Barrell Tube Barrell Tube Clip Barrel Tube Clip Screw Swivel Screw Swivel Screw Washer Swivel Screw Nut Strut Support Strut Support Clip Strut Support Clip Screw Strut Support Pin Receiver Scope Rail Scope Rail Screw Bolt Stop Assembly Buttstock Locking Cam Buttstock Locking Cam Spring Cover Plate Cover Plate Screw Ratchet Pin Ratchet Spring Ratchet Pin Retaining Pin Ratchet Pin Retaining Pin Screw Trigger Assembly Trigger Assembly Pin Magazine Guide Plate Magazine Guide Plate Screw Magazine Release Lever Magazine Release Lever Pin Magazine Release Lever Spring Pistol Grip Pistol Grip Screw Pistol Grip Washer Bolt Bolt Head Bolt Head O-Ring Bolt Head Retaining Pin
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Bolt Head Retaining Pin Spring Bolt Head Rubber Extractor Extractor Ball Extractor Spring Ejector Ejector Pin Ejector Spring Bolt Guide Bolt Guide Spring Gas Tank Assembly Bolt Cam Bolt Cam Ball Bolt Cam Spring Bolt Cam Pin Bolt Handle Bolt Handle Head Bolt Handle Screw Sear Spring Locking Nut Bipod Yoke Bipod Yoke Screw Bipod Frame - Right Bipod Frame - Left Bipod Hinge Screw Bipod Folding Button Bipod Folding Button Spring Bipod Latch Button Bipod Latch Button Spring Bipod Screw Bipod Leg Cheek Support Sling Ring Sling Ring Screw Slide Rod - Right Slide Rod - Left Slide Rod Washer Slide Rod Screw Recoil Pad Elevation Collar Elevation Foot Monopod Screw Magazine Magazine Spacer Magazine Follower Magazine Spring Magazine Floor Plate Cartridge Case

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