User ManUal - JG ANSCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG

User ManUal - JG ANSCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG
User Manual
8001 / 8002 S2 / 9003 Premium S2 Series Models
Issue 01/2014
J.G. ANSCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG · Jagd- und Sportwaffenfabrik · Daimlerstrasse 12, D-89079 Ulm/Germany · Postfach 1128, D-89001 Ulm/Germany · www.anschuetz-sport.com
Contents
1 Components / Terminology................................. 4
12Removing the aluminium stock
(depending on model)............................................. 13
12.1 Removing the aluminium stock on Mod. 8002.........13
12.2 Removing the action carrier on 9003 Precise ........14
12.3 Removing the action carrier on 9003 Premium........14
2 Introduction............................................................. 5
3 Key to Symbols....................................................... 5
3.1
3.2
General instructions................................................5
Safety instructions...................................................5
13Cocking, loading, engaging / releasing
the safety catch.................................................... 15
4 General handling of firearms.......................... 6
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
Important basics.....................................................6
Shooting................................................................7
Maintenance..........................................................7
Transport................................................................7
Storage..................................................................8
Hearing and eye protection.....................................8
Cocking...............................................................15
Loading...............................................................15
Engaging the safety catch......................................16
Releasing the safety catch......................................16
14Converting the cocking lever.......................... 17
14.1 Conversion from right to left..................................17
5 General handling of
compressed air cylinders.................................... 8
15Trigger..................................................................... 18
15.1 Trigger weight......................................................19
15.2 First stage pull (only with two-stage trigger)............19
15.3 Sear engagement.................................................19
15.4 First stage travel (only with two-stage trigger).........19
15.5 Trigger stop.........................................................20
15.6 Adjusting the trigger blade...................................20
15.7 Conversion from two-stage trigger to
single stage trigger...............................................20
15.8 Conversion from single stage trigger to
two-stage trigger .................................................20
15.9 Trigger faults caused by incorrect adjustment..........21
15.10Basic trigger adjustment.......................................21
6 Safety flag.............................................................. 10
7 Legal......................................................................... 11
8 Intended use......................................................... 11
9 Liability.................................................................... 11
10Before using for the first time........................ 12
11Soft-Link® (only Model 9003 Premium).............. 12
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22Maintenance / cleaning..................................... 30
16Dry firing device.................................................. 22
22.1
22.2
22.3
22.4
17Compressed air cylinder................................... 22
General............................................................... 30
Maintenance intervals........................................... 31
Trigger maintenance.............................................. 32
Maintenance of the optical sights........................... 32
17.1 Screwing the compressed air cylinder in.................23
17.2 Releasing the compressed air cylinder....................23
17.3 Filling the compressed air cylinder.........................23
23Troubleshooting................................................... 32
18Cheek piece........................................................... 24
24Technical data....................................................... 32
18.1 Removing the cheek piece....................................24
18.2 Adjusting the cheek piece....................................24
18.2.1 Setting the cheek piece 9003 Precise....................25
25Disposal.................................................................. 33
26Miscellaneous....................................................... 33
19Buttplate................................................................. 25
27Shooting Performance....................................... 34
19.1 Removing the buttplate........................................25
19.2 Adjusting the buttplate (model-dependent)............25
19.2.1 Buttplate adjustment 9003 Precise........................26
19.3 Buttplate adjustment options.................................26
28Guarantee.............................................................. 34
20Stock adjustment................................................. 27
20.1 Forend...............................................................27
20.1.1 Forend raiser block adjustment 4860...................27
20.2 Grip adjustment..................................................28
20.2.1 Grip adjustment 9003 Precise..............................28
20.2.2 PRO-Grip equipment (model-dependent)..............29
21Optical sights / rear sight (option)................... 29
21.1 Mounting.............................................................29
21.2 Elevation and windage adjustment.........................29
21.3 Zero adjustment....................................................29
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1 Components/Terminology
[1]
[2]
[16]
[3]
[18]
[9]
[8]
[4]
[7]
[13]
[12]
[11]
[10]
Fig. 1 Overall view using 8002 with aluminium stock as example
[1]
Cheek piece
[10]
Grip
[2]
Rear sight
[11]
Barrelled action carrier
[3]
Cocking lever
[12]
Thread for weight carrier
[4]
Front sight
[13]
Buttplate
[5]
Barrel weight
[14]
Air release screw
[6]
Compressed air cylinder
[15]
Refilling adapter
[7]
Support
[16]
High sight block
[8]
Forend raiser block
[17]
Visible muzzle
[9]
Trigger
[18]
Barrel unit
4
[6]
[5]
[17]
[14]
[15]
2 Introduction
3 Key to Symbols
Dear ANSCHÜTZ Customer,
In this handbook, the following symbols are used to distinguish between general information and particularly important information:
Thank you for choosing an ANSCHÜTZ product. Many spectacular sporting
successes have been achieved by marksmen, olympians and shooters in world
and European championships using ANSCHÜTZ sporting rifles.
ANSCHÜTZ hunting and sporting rifles are highly reputed as a result of their
well-engineered design, workmanship and outstanding shooting performance.
Quality and precision are a part of our tradition,
and have grown as a result of our experience since 1856.
3.1
General instructions
XX is the symbol for an instruction
99 shows the desired result
yy
is the symbol for a list item
)) is the symbol for a possible handling consequence
We wish you much pleasure and sporting success with your new
ANSCHÜTZ product.
3.2
Safety instructions
$$ identifies a safety instruction
Your ANSCHÜTZ team
Note!
An instruction indicating a specific course of action.
Caution!
Indicates a hazardous situation that can lead to
minor physical injury or material damage.
Warning!
Indicates a hazardous situation that can lead to
serious physical injury or death.
5
$$ A firearm must only ever be used for its designated purpose.
4 General handling of firearms
$$ Firearms owners are responsible for ensuring that their firearm is at no time, and
especially when absent, within reach of or accessible to children or other unauthorised persons.
Firearms are dangerous objects requiring the utmost care in their
storage and use. The following safety and warning instructions must
be observed without exception!
$$ Firearms must not be handed over to unauthorised persons.
$$ Modifications to the rifle and the use of non-genuine ANSCHÜTZ accessories can lead
to malfunctions.
Note!
$$ Serious or life-threatening injuries and damage can be caused by the use of incorrect
ammunition, by contamination in the barrel or by incorrect cylinder components.
The firearms legislation of the relevant country
must be respected and complied with.
4.1
$$ Weapons modified in a way that could affect safety must not be used. If a fault or
malfunction is detected, the weapon must be unloaded and taken to an authorised
gunsmith for repair.
Important basics
$$ In the event of external effects (e.g. corrosion, being dropped, etc.), the weapon must
be checked by an authorised gunsmith.
Note!
The use of firearms while under the influence of
drugs, alcohol or medication is not permitted.
Vision, dexterity and judgement can all be adversely affected.
A good physical and mental constitution is a
prerequisite for using a firearm.
$$ A weapon must always be treated with the utmost care and be protected from accidental damage.
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4.2
$$ To prevent accidents or damage to your rifle, never discharge a shot with the muzzle held under
water or up against materials or objects.
Shooting
Warning!
$$ Only shoot using the calibre specified on the barrel of the rifle.
$$ Only new, clean, factory-charged ammunition of the calibre permitted for the rifle
may be used.
Danger to life and causing material damage!
Aiming the rifle at people and objects.
hh When the rifle is not in use, keep the muzzle
pointing in a safe direction.
hh The muzzle of a firearm must never be held
in a direction where it can can cause damage
or endanger life.
$$ The ammunition must conform to the specifications of the C.I.P.
$$ Only ever load the rifle immediately before use.
$$ Life-threatening injuries and material damage can be caused by the use of incorrect
ammunition, contamination in the barrel or incorrect cylinder components.
$$ Only genuine ANSCHÜTZ parts may be used.
Warning!
4.3
Malfunction when shooting!
Maintenance
$$ Ensure that the rifle is unloaded before and after use or during maintenance and cleaning.
Shot not discharged after trigger pulled.
hh Do not look down into the muzzle.
hh Keep the muzzle of the firearm pointing
in a safe direction.
hh Unload the firearm.
hh Remove residues from the barrel.
4.4
Transport
$$ Firearms may only be transported in an unloaded condition and in locked containers.
$$ When you are putting your rifle in a case or a soft case, always make sure that the rifle and the
inside of the case or soft case are dry and that no water or moisture remains.
$$ Only ever put a cleaned, dry and oiled rifle in your case or soft case.
$$ Always place the rifle in the transport case with the sight facing upwards
(towards the handle). This protects the rear sight from impacts and also protects
the rear sight setting screws as a result.
$$ Any firearm must be treated as if it were loaded.
$$ Never pick up a firearm by the trigger.
$$ Shooting galleries must be adequately ventilated.
$$ Any bullet trap in the shooting gallery must be completely safe and visible.
$$ No persons may stand in the vicinity of the target during a shoot.
$$ Firearms should not be used when visibility is poor.
$$ Do not shoot into the air, at hard or smooth surfaces, at water or at targets on the horizon.
$$ Do not shoot at targets if the shot could ricochet or be deflected in a dangerous manner.
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4.5
Storage
$$ Firearms that are not in use must be kept in a secure place under lock and key.
Note!
$$ Firearms must always be stored in an unloaded and uncocked condition.
When using compressed air cartridges please
always observe the manufacturer's instructions!
$$ Ammunition must be kept in a separate place under lock and key.
4.6
Hearing and eye protection
$$ The fill level indicator of the compressed air cylinder may only be checked when the compressed air
rifle is unloaded and uncocked.
Note!
$$ The fill level indicator of the compressed air cylinder must not be checked during re-filling.
For your own safety, approved hearing and
eye protection should be used when shooting!
Shooting without safety equipment can result
in damage to your hearing and sight.
Note!
Design aspects mean that the fill level indicator
operates with an accuracy of ± 10%. Temperature influences mean that there can also be
deviations in the fill level indicator.
$$ Full compressed air cylinders must not be exposed to temperatures below -20°C or
above 70°C (when transporting and storing them, adequate insulation must be provided,
e.g. by storing in expanded polystyrene packaging or in a gun case).
5 General handling of compressed
air cylinders
$$ In aircraft, when sending by post, etc. the compressed air cylinders must always
be unfilled.
The high-quality ANSCHÜTZ compressed air cylinders are produced using a
very elaborate manufacturing process that includes strict checks and tests during
production. The compressed air cylinders are also subject to a type approval
guideline and are certificated accordingly. TÜV Rhineland constantly monitors
compliance with these stipulations. We employ this expensive and complicated
manufacturing process in order to provide you, the customer and user, with
the maximum possible safety when handling and using the compressed air
cylinders.
$$ After approx. 20 fillings, the compressed air cylinder must be emptied slowly and
completely in order to allow any condensed water to escape.
$$ When screwing on or off the compressed air cylinder or when refilling it, always stand side on in
relation to the cylinder and ensure that no other person is in the vicinity of the end of the cylinder
(where the manometer is positioned).
For this reason we would ask you to observe the following safety rules when
handling the compressed air cylinders.
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Note!
Note!
ANSCHÜTZ recommends the use of an air
release screw from the ANSCHÜTZ range of
accessories (Item No.: 001520) for emptying
the compressed air cylinder.
Self monitoring!
The marksman is responsible for compliance
with the regulations and stipulations contained
in the ANSCHÜTZ user's handbook.
ANSCHÜTZ accepts no liability for damage of
any kind caused by modification of parts, conversion
or fitting of non-genuine ANSCHÜTZ parts or by
non-compliance with the user's manual.
$$ The compressed air cylinder must be checked for cracks and damage before each use.
$$ Compressed air cylinders which have leaks or which are damaged must be emptied safely and must
not be used or filled again.
$$ Compressed air cylinders must not be used for longer than 10 years.
$$ After 10 years (from the date of manufacture) the compressed air cylinders must be safely emptied
in accordance with the manual (see Chapter 17) and must not be used or filled any more (the date of
manufacture is marked on the compressed air cylinder).
Warning!
$$ The surface of the compressed air cylinder must not be tampered with.
Danger of explosion!
$$ In particular, you must not carry out any engraving or other abrasive processes because this could
lead to damage to the pressurised container and thus present a safety hazard.
Explosion danger from oiled air entry valve and thread.
hh The air entry valve and thread on the compressed air
cylinder should only be lightly greased
using genuine ANSCHÜTZ grease (special grease
4425, Item No.: 001489).
$$ Compressed air cylinders and the refilling adapter must be stored in a secure, dry,
grease-free and dust-free location.
Note!
The refilling adapter is also fitted with an air
filter
to protect from dirt and dust particles.
Note!
Please use only genuine ANSCHÜTZ compressed
air cylinders (max. 200 bar)!
If you use non-genuine ANSCHÜTZ compressed
air cylinders, the liability and guarantee entitlement for the compressed air cylinder and the
rifle will become void.
$$ After unscrewing the compressed air cylinder, the cylinder thread must be kept clean
and the relevant protective cap must be fitted.
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$$ The maximum filling pressure for compressed air cylinders is 200 bar at room temperature.
6 Safety flag
Warning!
Danger of explosion!
Overfilled compressed air cylinder.
hh The maximum filling pressure of 200 bar at room temperature must not be exceeded.
$$ When filling the compressed air cylinder, the compressed air must not contain oil, water
or any other contaminant (DIN EN 12021 - breathing air).
$$ ANSCHÜTZ supplies compressed air cylinders unfilled, in accordance with the safety
regulations.
Caution!
$$ ANSCHÜTZ recommends that compressed air cylinders be always transported empty.
Malfunction and missing action pressure!
$$ Compressed air cylinders must never be opened or modified mechanically by
non-authorised specialists.
Bent loading mechanism caused by incorrect handling.
hh Never close the action if the safety flag is inserted.
$$ The compressed air cylinder must be protected from forceful impacts.
$$ Compressed air cylinders are not intended for the transport of gases of any kind.
Note!
When filling, transporting and handling
(including for commercial use) you must follow
the “Compressed Gases Technical Regulations
(TRG) or the legal stipulations applicable in the
individual country concerned.
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7 Legal
9 Liability
ANSCHÜTZ will accept no liability or claims for compensation
Note!
for damage of any kind arising from:
The applicable firearms legislation, regulations
and provisions for the relevant country, and
also the safety rules of the hunting and sporting
organisations must be observed.
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
yy
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8 Intended use
The ANSCHÜTZ compressed air 8001, 8002 and 9003 Premium are compressed air rifles. They are exclusively for use on ranges (for sports disciplines)
and must be used exclusively by persons with the relevant firearms permit.
failure to comply with the instructions in this user's handbook,
improper treatment or repair,
use of non-genuine ANSCHÜTZ parts,
incorrect handling or care,
negligence,
removal of the sealing lacquer,
unauthorised tampering or
transport damage.
Caution!
Modifications to or tampering with the rifle or its
parts are forbidden and may possibly infringe
the guarantee conditions.
Alterations of this kind can have an adverse effect
on the safe use of the product and lead to accidents that endanger life and limb. In such cases
the
guarantee is automatically void.
The use is subject exclusively to the "General Technical Regulations“ for all
shooting sports disciplines of the INTERNATIONAL SHOOTING SPORT FEDERATION (ISSF), Bavariaring 21, 80336 München, Germany or the regulations
of the INTERNATIONAL BIATHLON UNION,
Peregrinstrasse 14, A-5020 Salzburg, Austria, E-Mail: biathlon@ibu.at.
Note!
A firearm must only ever be used for its designated purpose.
$$ The rifle must be examined for any changes each time before use.
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10Before using for the first time
11Soft-Link® (Model 9003 Premium only)
Note!
The air rifle and the action carrier are connected together with the
Soft-Link® connection system. This action fixing has a vibration-damping fixed
mount (in the area of the action housing) and a vibration-damping free mount
(on the support).
For safety reasons, check the action fixing each
time before you shoot.
Tensions that are created as a result of different materials in air rifle actions and
action carriers, and their different coefficients of thermal expansion, are thus
eliminated (tension-compensating thermal expansion joint).
XX Wipe off any excess oil from the surface of the barrelled action.
XX Cleaning cord with cotton wicks (Cleaning Kit 507,
Item No.: 001491) to be pulled through the barrel from
the chamber towards the muzzle.
The integrated Soft-Link® vibration dampers also de-couple the air rifle action
and the action carrier. The oscillations and vibration created in the air rifle action are effectively absorbed and cannot be felt in the aluminium stock by the
marksman.
Note!
The airgun is delivered with hard Soft-Link® vibration damping.
The scope of delivery includes soft Soft-Link® vibration damping.
The air rifle is designed for shooting at room temperature. At low temperatures (particularly at temperatures below zero Celsius) the air rifle must be brought
to room temperature before shooting.
We do not recommend use below 0° C, for physical
reasons and reasons of precision technology.
Changing the vibration damping is carried out as follows:
XX Release screws [1] on both sides.
XX Release the set screws [2] on both sides (approx. 4 turns).
XX Pull the support [3] off the action carrier towards the muzzle.
XX Remove the action [4] from the action carrier [5].
Fixing to the barrelled action carrier:
XX Insert or replace the round (hard or soft) Soft-Link® elements [C]
on both sides.
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Fixing to the support:
XX Insert or replace the long (hard or soft) Soft-Link® elements [A]
on both sides (2 in number).
12Removing the aluminium stock
(model-dependent)
XX Fitting the action is carried out in reverse order.
XX Remove the compressed air cylinder (see Chapter 17.2).
12.1 Removing the aluminium stock on model 8002
XX Remove the screws [a] on the end of the support [5].
Note!
XX Release the screws [b] on the support fixing.
When using the soft Soft-Link® elements, before
fitting the screws, the flanged bushes [B] must be
fitted from the outside into the Soft-Link® chamber at position [1]. Then the screws must be fitted
and tightened on both sides at position [1].
XX Remove the bedding screws [c] on the forend [6].
XX Remove the forend [6].
XX Remove the bedding screw [d] in the aluminium stock
(in front of the trigger).
XX Pull the support [5] from the aluminium stock until the mechanical connection releases.
[4]
XX Remove aluminium stock from action (the vibration-absorbing
elastomer in the action bed is now loose).
XX Fitting is carried out in the reverse sequence.
[3]
[1]
[5]
[b]
[2]
[B]
[A]
[A]
[5]
[C]
[d]
[B]
[C]
Fig. 2 Soft-Link®
Fig. 3 Removing the aluminium stock
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[c]
[6]
[c]
[a]
12.2 Removing the action carrier on
Model 9003 Precise
[1a]/[1b]
XX Remove the compressed air cylinder (see Chapter 17.2).
[2a]/[2b]
XX Remove the screws [3a] and [3b] on the end of the support
and remove the upper section of the support.
XX Release the screws [1a] and [1b] at the side, then remove the
action carrier.
[3a]/[3b]
Fitting the action carrier (for the first time)
XX Place the action carrier in position on the action.
XX Tighten the screws [1a] and [1b] at the side of the action carrier.
Fig. 3b Model 9003 Precise
XX Screw the compressed air cylinder in
12.3 Removing the action carrier on
Model 9003 Premium
XX Tighten the screws [2a] and [2b], ensuring the clamping piece
is not under tension.
XX Remove the compressed air cylinder (see Chapter 17.2).
XX Tighten the screws [3a] and [3b] after fitting the support.
XX Release screws [1a], [1b], [2a] and [2b].
XX Make sure that the screws are tight.
XX Slide the support [3] towards the muzzle.
XX Remove action carrier [5] from action [4].
[2]
[3]
Fitting the action carrier
XX Fitting is carried out in the reverse sequence.
[1a]/[1b]
[4]
[2a]/[2b]
[3]
[2]
[5]
Fig. 3a Removing the action carrier
Fig. 3c Model 9003 Premium
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[3]
13Cocking, loading, setting the safety, releasing
13.2 Loading
Caution!
13.1 Cocking
XX To cock the cocking piston, pull the cocking lever [2] slowly (in the direction shown by the arrow) until it reaches a detectable stop.
Malfunction and danger of injury!
Use of non-permitted ammunition and foreign objects.
hh Use only the calibre permitted for use with the firearm.
[2]
XX To load, slide the lead Diabolo (with the flat end [A] facing
forwards) into the chamber until it is flush.
XX Lock the action by slowly closing the cocking lever [2].
99 The action is locked.
99 The rifle is now ready to shoot (loaded and cocked)
(provided that the compressed air cylinder is full).
Fig. 4 Cocking the rifle
99 The action opens and the opening to the barrel is revealed.
[A]
Fig. 5 Diabolo (shown enlarged)
$$ Unloading is carried out by shooting a pellet into the bullet trap.
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13.3 Engaging the safety catch
13.4 Releasing the safety catch
XX Push the safety catch [x] in backwards (in the direction of the arrow, towards "S").
XX Push the safety catch [x] in forwards (in the direction of the arrow, towards
"F").
Note!
Note!
The safety catch must engage exactly and audibly and must not sit between the end stops.
The firearm can only be engaged/released when
the rifle is cocked.
The safety catch must engage exactly and audibly and must not sit between the end stops.
The firearm can only be engaged/released when
the rifle is cocked.
[x]
[x]
Fig.6 Safety catch "Safe"
Fig.7 Safety catch "Ready to Fire"
99 The rifle is cocked and the safety catch is engaged.
99 The rifle is cocked and the safety catch is released.
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14Converting the cocking lever
Caution!
14.1 Conversion from right to left
Attention!
After actuating the trigger in the safe condition
(dry firing), the firearm must be re-cocked to
release it.
Forcible changeover of the safety can lead to
damage and inadvertent discharge of a shot.
XX Remove circlip [a] from the pin [b].
XX Remove pin [b].
XX Release set screws [c].
XX Remove the complete cocking lever assembly [d] and re-fit
on the opposite side in reverse order.
[b]
[c]
[a]
[d]
[2]
Fig. 8 Converting the cocking lever [2]
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15Trigger
Key (to Figs. 9+10)
[2]
1
Tension spring
[3]
2
Catch link
[4]
3
Viewing window
4
Release catch
5
Trigger housing
6
Trigger blade
7
Trigger sear
8
Trigger sear clamping screw
F1
Weight of first stage
F2
Trigger weight
T
Trigger stop
L
First stage travel
C
Basic factory setting/sealed
[1]
[1]
[T]
[7]
[L]
[5]
[6]
Fig. 9 Trigger (side view)
Warning!
Danger to life!
Danger to life from loaded firearm.
hh Make sure that the rifle is unloaded when carrying out
alignment and adjustment procedures.
[8]
Note!
The trigger on Model 5065 is delivered with
the following factory setting:
Two-stage trigger with approx. 100 g set trigger
weight.
Fig. 10 Trigger (view from below)
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Note!
Warning!
Danger to life!
The setting screws B and C are pre-set and sealed
in the factory. Setting or modification using these
screws is prohibited.
Unintentional discharge as a result of too short a sear engagement and/or too low a trigger weight.
hh Do not set the sear engagement too short.
hh Do not set the trigger weight too low.
hh Do not subject loaded and unsecured rifles to
impact and do not use force to close the breech.
15.1 Trigger weight
Setting the trigger weight using the setting screw F2
(setting range from 50 g to 170 g):
yy turn clockwise = trigger weight is increased (+)
yy turn anticlockwise = trigger weight is reduced (–)
15.4 First stage travel (only with two-stage trigger)
15.2 First stage pull (only with two-stage trigger)
First stage travel denotes the travel of the trigger blade from the
zero position to the second stage.
Setting the first stage pull using the setting screw F1:
yy turn clockwise = first stage weight is increased (+)
yy turn anticlockwise = first stage weight is reduced (–)
Setting the first stage travel using setting screw [L]:
yy turn clockwise = first stage travel is shortened
yy turn anticlockwise = first stage travel is lengthened
15.3 Sear engagement
The sear engagement denotes the travel from the second stage to the release
of the trigger. The sear engagement is set in the factory to an optimum value.
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15.5 Trigger stop
15.7 Conversion from two-stage trigger to single
stage trigger
The trigger stop denotes the travel from the second stage to the end stop for the
trigger blade.
Adjustment using setting screw [L]. Turn the setting screw [L] to the right
until there is no more first stage travel.
Setting the trigger stop using the trigger stop setting screw [T]:
yy turn clockwise = trigger stop is shortened
yy turn anticlockwise = trigger stop is lengthened
Warning!
Danger of injury by automatic firing!
Caution!
Automatic firing and malfunction caused by minimum setting of trigger weight, first stage travel too small or the sear
engagement is too small.
hh Do not set the trigger weight too low.
hh Do not set the first stage travel and sear
engagement too small.
Malfunction!
Trigger stop setting screw is screwed in beyond the second
stage or direct function (trigger will not actuate).
hh Trigger stop adjustment screw should not be screwed in
beyond the second stage or direct function.
15.8 Conversion from single stage trigger to
two-stage trigger
15.6 Adjusting the trigger blade
Adjustment using setting screw [L]. Turn the setting screw [L] to the left
until the desired first stage travel is reached.
Release the relevant clamping screw (according to required setting).
The trigger blade can be moved along the guide, swung to the side and adjusted in height.
The trigger blade can be removed completely and turned through 180°. The
longer part of the trigger blade now points downwards. The blade holder
is asymmetric and can be fitted offset by 180° to provide additional length
adjustment. The lateral blade adjustment
can also be varied in the same way. By releasing the screw (8),
the trigger sear can be turned through 180° to permit offset to the side.
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15.9 Trigger faults caused by incorrect adjustment
15.10 Basic adjustment of the trigger
The trigger catches the cocking piston or the firing pin,
but does not shoot when the trigger is actuated:
Note!
This procedure is used to reset all settings on the
trigger. With this starting setting, the trigger can
then be individually adjusted again.
XX Make sure that the safety catch is released.
)) If the trigger stop setting screw [T] is screwed in too far by a
few turns:
XX Screw the trigger stop setting screw [T] to the left by a few turns until the
cocking piston or the firing pin actuates again when the trigger is actuated.
XX Remove the action from the stock.
The trigger does not catch the cocking piston or firing pin:
XX Set the adjusting screw [T] so that the head of the screw is flush with the
trigger housing surface [5].
The setting screw [L] (first stage) is screwed in too far by a few turns.
XX Screw the setting screw [L] to the left by a few turns, until the trigger
catches the cocking lever or the firing pin again.
XX Set the adjusting screw [L] so that the trigger sear [7] is horizontal.
XX Cock the action.
XX Then set the desired first stage travel.
XX Set the trigger using the relevant adjustment screws to give the individual
settings desired.
XX Check that the tension spring [1] is undamaged and is hooked in correctly.
Setting screw [C], sear engagement, has been turned:
XX Turn the setting screw [C] by approx. 1 turn to the left.
XX Cock the weapon, turn the screw [C] to the right until the weapon discharges. Then turn back by 1/5 of a turn.
Note!
The trigger function must be checked after every
change. When the fault is eliminated, check the
desired trigger values and reset them if necessary.
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16Dry firing device
17Compressed air cylinder
The safety catch can also be used as a dry firing device.
XX Open the cocking lever and swing it slowly to the rear until
a stop is felt.
The compressed air rifle is fitted with an exchangeable compressed air cylinder
[4]. The compressed air cylinder [4] can be exchanged in both the full and
empty condition. On delivery, the compressed air cylinder [4] is not screwed
in tightly. You should always use the covering cap to protect the thread on the
compressed air cylinder [4] from dust and damage.
XX Push the safety catch in to "S".
99 Dry firing device is active.
Caution!
XX Close the cocking lever.
Only genuine ANSCHÜTZ compressed air
cylinders (max. 200 bar) may be used!
XX Release the trigger.
Note!
Note!
The safety/dry firing device can only be actuated when the airgun is cocked.
Repairs to compressed air cylinders may only be
carried out by the manufacturer using genuine
replacement parts.
If this is not observed, the liability and guarantee become void.
17.1 Screwing the compressed air cylinder in
XX Fill the compressed air cylinder before using.
XX Screw the compressed air cylinder slowly and carefully, hand-tight, into the
thread on the sub-assembly carrier (to avoid
damage).
$$ A perceptible resistance is felt shortly before the stop, and the valve opens automatically.
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17.3 Filling the compressed air cylinder
XX Screw the compressed air cylinder in, hand-tight, by approx.
one more turn so that it rests tightly against the stop.
Warning!
17.2 Releasing the compressed air cylinder
Only refilling bottles with a maximum pressure of 200
bar may be used! Only oil- and water-free compressed air
may be used (DIN EN 12021)!
Note!
ANSCHÜTZ recommends that the compressed air
cy-linders always be released when the compressed air rifle is not being used to protect the
housing, valve, seals, springs and for safety
reasons
(no readiness to fire if there is no compressed
air).
Filling of the compressed air cylinders may only be carried
out using the genuine ANSCHÜTZ refilling adapter (Item
No.: 001521)! ANSCHÜTZ recommends the use of diving
bottles for refilling the compressed air cylinders.
When screwing on or off the compressed air cylinder or
when refilling it, always stand side on in relation to the
cylinder and ensure that no other person is in the vicinity
of the end of the cylinder (where the manometer is positioned).
XX Unscrew the compressed air cylinder by approx. just one turn.
Turn only so far that no air comes out.
XX Cock the rifle (see Chapter 12.1) and release the trigger.
Repeat the procedure 3 times (to allow any remaining air
to escape).
Note!
A complete fill (max. 200 bar) is adequate for
approx. 200 shots (residual pressure approx. 65
bar).*
)) The compressed air cylinder can then be unscrewed with
no pressure on the O-ring.
Compressed air bottles can be obtained from
firearms dealers. Refilling of compressed air
bottles can also be carried out at firearms dealers or in special stores for diving equipment.
*Not applicable with Junior cylinder.
Caution!
Material damage!
Damage to the O-ring if the air pressure is too high.
hh Never unscrew the compressed air cylinder so far that
the compressed air can be heard coming out.
XX Check all components that are associated with the filling procedure
(refilling bottle, refilling adapter, compressed air cylinder) for damage.
XX Screw the refilling adapter on to the refilling bottle.
XX Screw the compressed air cylinder completely on to the refilling adapter.
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XX Tighten the knurled screw on the refilling adapter so that no air
can escape.
18Cheek piece
XX Open the bottle valve very slowly until you can no longer hear
a flowing noise.
XX Release the clamping screw [a].
XX Close the refilling bottle valve again after approx. 5 seconds filling time
(the compressed air cylinder will heat up slightly).
XX Fit in reverse order.
18.1 Removing the cheek piece
XX Remove the cheek piece [1] from the holder.
XX Vent the refilling adapter by releasing the knurled screw.
18.2 Adjusting the cheek piece
XX Screw the knurled screw on the refilling adapter back in.
The cheek piece can be tilted to various positions. The knurled screws and the
fixing screws [c] and [d] must be released for setting the
various positions.
XX Unscrew the compressed air cylinder and screw it into the rifle
by hand.
XX Release the clamping screw [a].
Warning!
XX Release the setting screw [c] for the desired inclination position.
XX Incline the cheek piece [1] and then retighten the setting screw [c] again
hand-tight.
In the trade, compressed air bottles with a
permissible fill pressure of 300 bar are available, and these have the same filling spigot
thread as compressed air bottles having a fill
pressure of
200 bar!
XX The height of the cheek piece is adjusted using the knurled screw [d].
XX Retighten the clamping screw [a] hand tight.
If you use a compressed air bottle with 300 bar
to fill the 200 bar compressed air cylinder, you
must use a pressure reducer set to 200 bar!
[1]
It is not permissible to fill the compressed air
cylinder to over the quoted maximum pressure!
The regulations and rules for filling the compressed air cylinder must be observed!
[c]
Fig. 11 Removing/adjusting the cheek piece
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[b]
[a]
[d]
19Buttplate
18.2.1 Setting the cheek piece on the 9003 Precise
XX Coarse cheek piece adjustment is carried out by actuating the rotary knob
[D1].
19.1 Removing the buttplate
XX Release the clamping screw [a].
XX Fine adjustment of the height of the cheek piece is carried out
using the setting wheel [G1].
XX Remove the buttplate [13] from the holder.
XX Fit in reverse order.
XX Axial displacement of the cheek piece is carried out by actuating the
screws [H1] and [J1]. The screws can only be released and tightened using a screwdriver.
19.2 Adjusting the buttplate (model-dependent)
The buttplate [13] offers various different setting options. The clamping screws
must be released for setting the various different options.
XX Release clamping screws [a] and [c].
XX The horizontal angle of the cheek piece can be adjusted to suit
by actuating the rotary knobs [E1] and [F1].
In order to do this, first slightly release the screws [H1] and [J1]. Only then
should you set the angle accordingly, using the rotary knobs [E1] and [F1].
Retighten/refix the screws [H1] and [J1] after carrying out the adjustment.
[H1]
[G1]
XX Turn the knurled nut [d] until the desired inclination and length
are reached.
XX Retighten the clamping screws [a] and [c] again hand-tight.
[J1]
[c]
[13]
[E1]
[D1]
[d]
Fig. 12 Removing/adjusting the buttplate
[F1]
Fig. 11a Cheek piece adjustment possibilities on Model 9003 Precise
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[a]
19.2.1 Buttplate adjustment on the 9003 Precise
19.3 Buttplate adjustment options
XX For length adjustment, release the clamping screw [C1] by hand in a
counter-clockwise direction until the clamping piece located underneath
reveals the clamping rings [1] and [2].
The buttplate can be set in many different ways (depending on the model).
XX Set the clamping rings to the desired distance.
XX To adjust the angle of the buttplate, release the screws [h] and [i] additionally.
XX After fine adjustment, the front one of the clamping rings [1] and [2] should
be enclosed by the clamping piece.
XX The clamping screw [C1] should be closed by turning in the clockwise
direction hand-tight.
[z]
XX The screws [h] and [i] must be tightened.
[h]
[x]
[z]
[y]
[1]
Fig. 13 Buttplate adjustment options (shown for the Type 4759 aluminium buttplate)
Key (to Fig. 13)
[i]
[2]
[C1]
Fig. 12a Buttplate adjustment on the 9003 Precise
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[x]
Clamping screw for upper plate wing
[y]
Clamping screw for height adjustment and swing movement of the buttplate
[z]
Clamping screws for lateral displacement (changing the buttplate fixing)
20Stock adjustment
20.1 Forend
The forend [6] can be adjusted in the following areas:
yy Elevation:
The forend can be adjusted in height using packing washers. Longer
screws may be required.
yy Length adjustment:
The forend can be moved infinitely variably on the slide rail.
[c]
[e]
[g]
Fig. 14a Forend raiser block 9003 and 9003 Precise
[6]
Fig. 14 Forend
20.1.1 Forend raiser block adjustment 4860
(9003 and 9003 Precise)
XX Release the screws [e] and [f] for axial displacement.
XX Release the screws [c] and [d] for setting the support angle.
Fig. 14b Forend raiser block 9003 and 9003 Precise
XX Release the screw [g] for elevation.
XX The screws should be re-tightened after the settings have been carried
out.
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[d]
20.2 Grip adjustment
20.2.1 Grip adjustment on the 9003 Precise
The rifle grip can be rotated in any direction, tilted and displaced in length
by releasing the grip fixing screw [a]. Re-tighten the grip fixing screw [a] after
adjusting the grip.
XX Release the screw [a] and [b] slightly to permit lateral grip adjustment.
Re-tighten the grip fixing screw [a] slightly from time to time since settling can
occur.
XX Re-tighten the screws [a] and [b] after adjustment.
XX Lateral adjustment and rotation movement can be carried out
by adjusting the rotary knobs [A1] and [B1].
[B1]
[A1]
[b]
Fig. 15a Grip adjustment on the 9003 Precise
Fig.15 Grip fixing screw
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[a]
21Optical sights/rear sight (option)
20.3 PRO-Grip equipment (model-dependent)
Note!
Note!
Operating and maintenance instructions can
be found in the individual manufacturer's
documentation.
The grip, the cheek piece and the forend of the
aluminium shaft are made from PRO-Grip material. These parts can be adapted to the requirements of the marksman. The PRO-Grip material
can be treated as wood for this purpose. If the
surface of the cheek piece is too rough, this can
be smoothed down using fine glasspaper (grain
size 200).
21.1 Mounting
The rear sight is slid on to the 11 mm wide V-block rails and locked in a
suitable position using the 2 clamping screws (just tighten hand-tight).
21.2 Elevation and windage adjustment
The elevation and windage adjusting screws have click stops.
The position of the aiming point is moved from click to click.
yy Elevation when shooting high = turn rotary knob in "H" direction
yy Elevation when shooting low = turn rotary knob in "T" direction
yy Windage when shooting to the right = turn rotary knob in "R" direction
yy Windage when shooting to the left = turn rotary knob in "L" direction
21.3 Zero adjustment
After the sights have been zeroed, the two adjusting screws can be set
to the "0" position.
XX Release the set screws in the rotary knob.
XX Position the rotary knobs to "0" on the scale.
XX Tighten the set screws in the rotary knob hand-tight.
$$ The ANSCHÜTZ rear sight is aligned with zero clearance at the factory and does not require further
adjustment. For this reason only the elevation and windage screws may be operated.
$$ Do not turn the knobs beyond the stops at the end of the adjustment travel
(the pre-tensioned threaded drive can be damaged).
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22Maintenance/cleaning
Note!
22.1 General
The rifle should be protected from dust, sand,
moisture, heat and damaging influences.
Warning!
Danger to life!
Danger to life from loaded firearm.
hh Ensure that the rifle is unloaded before use
or during maintenance and cleaning work.
Note!
A dry cloth is adequate to clean the aluminium
stock. Under no circumstances should you use
oil.
Caution!
Note!
Injury and physical damage!
To reduce the risk of breaking the stock during
transport, ANSCHÜTZ recommends separating
the barrelled action from the stock, especially
during air travel.
Danger of injury or physical damage as a result of
not removing the oil from the barrel and chamber.
hh Each time before shooting, any oil or foreign objects
must be removed from the barrel and chamber.
Caution!
Always look out for any changes or damage
that may occur to the rifle.
In the event of a change or damage, the rifle
must immediately be taken to an authorised
gunsmith
or sent to ANSCHÜTZ for inspection.
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22.2 Maintenance intervals
Note!
Before shooting
After each use of the rifle, apply a thin film of oil
to the steel parts and thoroughly clean the barrel.
yy Carefully remove any oil from the rifle.
$$ The de-oiling of the rifle should be carried out at room temperature, as too many residues
can be left in the barrel if it is very cold.
When the rifle is transported from cold to warm
rooms, condensation can form on the metal
parts and inside the barrel. If this condensation
is not quickly dried off, it can possibly lead to
surface rust.
yy
Fire around 10 shots to re-establish even shot performance (oil shots).
After shooting
yy
yy
yy
No other aids (felt plugs, non-approved grease,
etc.) should be used for cleaning the barrel.
ANSCHÜTZ recommends the use of the Cleaning
Kit 507 (Item No.: 001491) for cleaning
Allow the firearm to warm up to room temperature with the action open.
Carefully remove condensate from the outside parts.
Rub the firearm (steel parts) down with a suitable gun oil.
In the event of severe contamination (2000-3000 shots)
or once a year in the course of inspection
yy Clean the barrel with a bronze brush.
$$ Do not pull the brush backwards and forwards in the barrel.
yy
yy
yy
Note!
The rifle case / soft case should be cleaned
regularly and any dust and fluff removed.
Rifle cases and soft cases should have a smooth,
dust-repellent lining.
When not in use, the rifle case/soft case
should always be left open to allow moisture
to escape. Enclosing a desiccant can reduce the
moisture content.
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Pull the cleaning wicks through the barrel in a dry condition a few times,
until the final cleaning wick does not show any appreciable contamination.
Rub the firearm (steel parts) down with an oily cloth.
Take the rifle to a dealer/gunsmith for inspection.
22.3 Trigger maintenance
23Troubleshooting
yy
To avoid gumming, adhesion or soiling of the trigger parts, never wash out the
inner parts of the trigger with a spray or oil. Keep the trigger dry and free from
dust.
$$ No dirt, solvent residues, grease or unsuitable oils must get into the trigger assembly during maintenance
of the rifle. ANSCHÜTZ recommends cleaning the rifle on its side or with the stock pointing upwards, which
will prevent any adverse effects on the trigger assembly.
Warning!
In the event of malfunctions (e.g. shots not discharged, etc.) the rifle must be unloaded, secured
and taken without delay to a specialist dealer/
gunsmith or sent to ANSCHÜTZ.
22.4 Maintenance of the optical sights
Note!
The ANSCHÜTZ rear sight is a precision unit and
consequently requires the utmost care when
handling.
Intensive care and maintenance guarantee perfect function.
24Technical Data (model-dependent)
Weight
3.7 - 4.6 kg
Overall length
9003 Premium S2 Precise:
106 – 111 cm
9003 Premium S2 Precise BENCHREST: 103 – 108 cm
The rear sight must be protected from dust and
dirt.
9003 Premium S2: 108 – 111 cm
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8002 S2 ALU:
107 – 110 cm
8002 S2 BENCHREST:
105 – 108 cm
8001:
107 – 110 cm
Barrel length
64 cm
Rifling
42 cm
Barrelled action
length
78 cm
Version
Single loader
Calibre
4.5 mm
Propellant
Compressed air (200 bar max.)
25Disposal
26Miscellaneous
The disposal of the rifle must be carried out and certified by a specialist dealer or
gunsmith.
Additional information is available on the Internet at
www.anschuetz-sport.com.
News about this and other products is also provided by ANSCHÜTZ
via the free-of-charge subscription to the ANSCHÜTZ Newsletter on the internet.
The original group for your rifle at 10 m
is affixed to the CD case.
www.anschuetz-sport.com
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27 Shooting Performance
28 Guarantee
The shooting precision of a rifle depends on several factors. One very
important factor in this respect is the ammunition. Not every barrel shoots with the
same efficiency. Considerable performance differences are
apparent with each
ammunition type. The sights are just as important. As such, only
ANSCHÜTZ sights should be used and the ammunition matched to your
rifle. Even ammunition from the same manufacturer and the same batch can, from
one production run to another, and from one rifle to another, result in varying shooting performance
and hitting accuracy. When the most suitable ammunition and sights
have been selected, we can guarantee the excellent shooting performance of our
weapons. See warranty card.
<<< WArrANT Y >>>
1. Material: This product has been released for sale after the product itself, its materials and individual components have been
subjected to strict inspection, or the rifle has demonstrated its durability and function during test shooting. J.G. ansCHÜTZ
GmbH & Co. KG offers a full guarantee covering material and manufacturing faults (excluding broken stocks and springs)
for a period of two years, provided that the fault can be shown to have been present at the time of handover of the product.
no warranty claims will be accepted by J.G. ansCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG for faults that are the result of improper use or
unauthorised repairs. The item will either be repaired or replaced at our discretion. Claims for compensation - put forward
for any legal reason whatsoever – are excluded.
2. Shooting Performance: The purchaser undertakes to inform J.G. ansCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG in writing of any
faults detected in shooting performance within one month of purchase with the submission of their own shooting record.
J.G. ansCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG reserves the right to transfer the rifle to an independent agency for inspection (DeVa
or a national ballistics office). should such an agency confirm excellent shooting performance, J.G. ansCHÜTZ GmbH
& Co. KG is entitled to charge the purchaser the costs of the rifle inspection. The accepted warranties do not apply to rifle
damage resulting from mechanical effects and improper use or care by the purchaser. The warranty is excluded if the rifle
has been repaired or modified by unauthorised persons. likewise, the warranty is cancelled when using reloaded ammunition
or ammunition which is not CIP approved.
In the event of a warranty/damage claim please enclose this card,
completed and signed by your dealer, with the product.
J.G. ANSCHÜTZ GmbH & Co. KG · Jagd- und Sportwaffenfabrik
Daimlerstrasse 12 · D-89079 Ulm/Germany · www.anschuetz-sport.com
serIal-nO.:
DaTe:
THIs ITeM Was BOUGHT FrOM: (Stamp and signature of dealer)
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