The first and very important recommendation is to place a drop of CO2 gun oil on the tip of the cylinder before placing it in the gun. The function of oil is to lubricate the entire internal mechanism of your weapon Airsoft.
It is very important to remove the CO2 cylinder from the weapon when you are no longer going to use it.
The quality of CO2 gas contributes to extending the life of your air gun, so we recommend using only Umarex or similar brand CO2 gas cylinders.
All CO2 weapons have a rubber seal known as o-rings whose function is to seal the CO2 gas cylinder with the firing system. These stamps are approximately one year old. If you do not remove the CO2 cylinder when you do not use your weapon, the compressed air will exert constant pressure on the o-rings, reducing their useful life and therefore your weapon will leak air.
The power of the shots decreases as the gas runs out, so you must change the cylinder when the power is very low.
When your sporting weapon is not in use and/or transporting it, remove ammunition from the magazine.
Most weapons have metal parts, so it is advisable not to expose them to water and/or humidity. Always store them in a dry place protected from humidity, this way you will prevent your weapon from rusting.
Do not use ammunition that has been exposed to moisture or water, otherwise the magazine and barrel may rust.
Pistols and air rifles are not a toy, they can cause severe damage and even death.
Always point in a safe direction, preferably a target and not a hard surface.
Always transport the weapon unloaded and in a case.
Children under 18 years of age always under the supervision of an adult.