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APEX AIRSOFT : “ALWAYS PREDATOR, NEVER PREY.”
In the natural world, apex predators (also known as alpha, super, or top predators) are predators with few to no
predators of their own, residing at the top of their food chain. Apex airsoft guns embody this spirit when it comes to
providing you with the best possible out-of-the-box Airsoft Electric Gun (AEG).
We have taken decades of airsoft designing, manufacturing, and playing experience to bring to the airsoft
player a brand of Airsoft guns unmatched by anything else on the market in terms of features with function in mind,
using proven, off-the-shelf technologies to maximize durability and quality, and at a reasonable price.
Whether you are a beginner or veteran airsoft player, we trust you will find your apex airsoft gun to be
one of the finest you’ve ever owned. We built these guns with one purpose: to put you at the top of your game.
CORE FEATURES
•All aluminum body construction
•Die cast metal 9mm bearing gear box with
quick change spring system
•Steel high torque gearset rated for
M130 springs
•High torque motor
•6.03mm inner diatmeter tight bore barrel
for superior accuracy
•One piece metal outer barrel
•Metal rail interface system
•Electric Blowback System
•Multi-battery compatible cranstyle stocks
•High capacity magazine
•Fully Lithium Battery ready up to 11.1 volts
ATTENTION: This manual is intended for safety and operation purposes only. Please consult with a professional
airsoft gunsmith for any disassembly, alteration, or modifications to this airsoft gun. Please note that any alterations
or modifications to this airsoft gun by an individual not authorized by Apex Airsoft to perform such work immediately
voids any and all expressed or implied warranties.
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SAFETY INTRUCTIONS AND HANDLING
•Be thoroughly familiar with the controls and operation of an airsoft gun before use.
•Always treat an airsoft gun as if it is loaded.
•Always point the muzzle of the airsoft of the airsoft gun in a safe direction.
•Always keep the gun safety on “SAFE” when not in use.
•Always wear impact-rated eye protection when using an airsoft gun. This includes any and all persons in your
vicinity when you fire the gun.
•Never point an airsoft gun at anything you are not willing to damage or harm.
•Be aware of what you are shooting at: hard surfaces will cause ricochets and potentially harm people, animals, or
objects around you.
•Discharge your airsoft gun in a safe direction: always be aware of what is in front, behind and around your target.
•Always store your airsoft gun in a safe place, in an unloaded condition, and out of reach of minors.
•Never leave a loaded airsoft gun unattended.
•When handling an airsoft gun to another person, be sure to unload it first.
YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER TO PURCHASE AN OWN THIS AIRSOFT GUN. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO BE AWARE
OF ALL MUNICIPAL, STATE, AND FEDERAL LAWS REGARDING THE OWNERSHIP AND USE OF AIRSOFT GUNS.
WARNING:
•Do not display or brandish airsoft guns in public. Such action may cause confusion and be a crime. Law
enforcement personnel may react adversely to the public display of airsoft guns and cause danger to yourself.
•Do not change the coloration, warnings, or markings on airsoft guns to make them look more like real firearms.
This is dangerous and may be a crime.
•Do not attempt to use real firearm parts on airsoft guns or airsoft gun parts on real firearms. The two are not
compatible and use thereof is dangerous and may result in serious injury, death, or property damage.
•As the user, it is your responsibility to behave lawfully and handle this airsoft gun in a safe and legal manner.
Failure to do so may result in serious injury, death, or damage.
•Apex Airsoft is not liable for any injury, death, or damage that arises from any negligence, misuse, modifications,
or faulty installation of parts on its products.
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SAFETY SELECTOR
The selector switch has three fire control positions: Safe, Semi, and Full Auto. By turning the arrow of the selector
switch to one of these positions and then pulling the trigger, your gun will fire accordingly.
ADJUSTING THE STOCK
To adjust the crane-style stock to your desired length, press the rear end of the stock adjustment lever against the
stock and move the stock to the desired position. The crane style stock has five different positions to accommodate
your shooting position.
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LOADING AND UNLOADING THE MAGAZINE
CAUTION: USE OF SUBSTANDARD, USED OR LIGHT WEIGHT BBS WILL DAMAGE THE GUN AND VOID ALL WARRANTIES.
Fill the supplied High Capacity Magazine by sliding open the trapdoor on the top
of the magazine behind the BB exit nozzle.
Fill the magazine cavity with only new, high-quality BBs of 0.20 gram weight
or heavier.
Close the trapdoor and proceed to hold the magazine in an upright position.
With your other hand, turn the ratchet wheel on the bottom of the magazine
30-35 strokes. Stop if you hear a clicking sound.
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Insert the magazine into the magazine well of
the gun and tap gently on the base to make
sure the magazine is fully seated. You are
now ready to fire the gun.
To remove the magazine, depress the magazine release button on either
side of the magazine well. The magazine will DROP out of the gun if held in
an upright position.
Take care to catch the magazine as it drops out to prevent damage to the
magazine should it hit the ground.
Please note that you will see 2-4 BBs drop out of the magazine well after
ejecting the magazine. This is normal.
WARNING: Removal of the magazine does not mean the gun is unloaded. As with a real firearm, you may still have
one BB left in the chamber of the airsoft gun. After ejecting the magazine, you should fire the gun in a safe direction
to ensure that the chamber is entirely clear and the gun is completely unloaded. Please remember to disconnect the
battery from the gun in order to completely safe the gun.
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ADJUSTING THE SIGHTS
All Apex Airsoft guns are equipped with Manual Backup Sights. Before you begin setting your sights, be sure to...
1.) Have your hop up properly adjusted and
2.) Have a safe shooting area of at least 100 feet in distance.
To adjust, flip your front and rear sights into the upright position (if neccessary). Ensure that your front sight post
base is flush with the front sight assembly. Center your rear sight using the integral adjustment knob.
Fire your airsoft gun at a target at least 100 feet away. Pay attention to where your BBs are impacting relative to the
target and adjust as follows:
A. If your BBs are hitting above the target, elevate your rear sight by increments, and fire inbetween
adjustments until your BBs are hitting at the level of the target.
B. If your BBs are hitting below the target, drop your rear sight by increments, and fire between
adjustments until your BBs are hitting at the level of the target.
C. If your BBs are hitting to the right of the target, move your rear sight to the right by increments,
and fire between adjustments until your BBs are hitting the target.
D. If your BBs are hitting to the left of the target, move your rear sight to the left by increments, and
fire between adjustments until your BBs are hitting the target.
Once your BBs are impacting the target consistently, then you have finished adjusting your sights.
CAUTION: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ADJUST YOUR SIGHTS IN WINDY WEATHER. THE OPTIMAL WEATHER CONDITIONS FOR
ADJUSTING YOUR SIGHTS IS ON A CALM, WINDLESS DAY.
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BATTERY INSTALLATION
Remove the buttplate of your battery stock by pressing inwards on the tabs as shown.
Push the tabs out of their slots gently and then rotate the lower part of the buttplate out and away from the buttstock.
This will expose the battery compartments of the buttstock.
Insert an appropriate, fully charged airsoft gun battery into the compartments, and then connect battery plug to the
gun plug. Gently push the excess wiring into the stock tube. Reattach the buttplate and tap to make sure the buttplate
is fully seated. Test fire the unloaded gun to make sure the battery connection is good. Insert your loaded magazine
and enjoy!
WARNING: USE ONLY BATTERIES SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR AIRSOFT USE AND DESIGNED TO FIT IN THE BATTERY
COMPARTMENT OF YOUR AIRSOFT GUN. BE SURE TO FULLY UNLOAD YOUR AIRSOFT GUN BEFORE INSERTING A FULLY
CHARGED BATTERY.
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CHAMBER AND HOPUP ADJUSTMENT
Your Apex Airsoft gun is equipped with a hop up unit that puts a
back spin on the BB as it exits the barrel in order to give it a longer,
flatter flight trajectory.
In order to access the hop up unit adjustment wheel, pull back on the
charging handle and lock the bolt plate in place by depressing the
bolt stop catch.
To increase the amount of hop up, rotate the adjustment wheel
downwards towards the magazine well. To reduce the amount of
hop up, rotate the adjustment wheel upwards towards the top
of the receiver.
Fire the gun in a safe direction between adjustments to ensure
that your BB trajectory is maximized. It is best to do this in an area
where you have at least 100 feet of shooting distance.
If you change your BB weight, you will need to readjust your hop up. Any alterations to your velocity or inner barrel
will also require readjusting of your hop up unit. Check your hop up adjustment periodically to ensure maximum range
and optimal trajectory for your airsoft gun. After you have finished adjusting your hop up, press the top of the bolt
stop catch to release the bolt plate back into the forward position. Please note that because of the electric blowback
function, the bolt plate may or may not fully seat in the forward position.
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BASIC CARE AND MAINTENANCE
The following is a basic care and maintenance guide for your Apex Airsoft gun. For repairs, modifications, and alterations not covered in this guide, please contact an authorized airsoft gunsmith.
CLEANING THE INNER BARREL
CAUTION: DO NOT USE ANY LUBRICANTS, SOLVENTS, OR OTHER LIQUID SOLUTIONS OTHER THAN 100% SILICONE OIL ON
YOUR APEX AIRSOFT GUN.
• To clean the barrel, first make sure your gun magazine is out, your chamber is unloaded, and your battery is
disconnected.
• Use the supplied cleaning rod and insert a 1X1 inch square piece of cotton (preferably a .22 caliber gun cleaning
patch) into the eyelet end.
• Apply a few drops of silicone oil to the cleaning patch and run the patch down the inner barrel several times.
• Replace the cleaning patch with a fresh, dry one and run the dry patch down the barrel until it comes out clean.
• Replace the patch with fresh, dry ones as necessary until the patch comes out spotless.
We recommend you do not use metal cleaning rods or non-cloth materials in cleaning your barrel as they may
damage the surface of your inner barrel and affect your accuracy. Be sure to clean your gun barrel after each use
before storage.
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CLEANING THE EXTERIOR
• To clean the exterior of your gun, use a slightly damp cloth to remove accumulated dust or dirt.
• Remove any remaining moisture with a dry cloth and expose the gun to air for 20-30 minutes before storing in a
gun bag or box.
• For areas with high humidity, consider placing some desiccant in your gun bag or box to prevent the metal from
oxidizing during long term storage.
• If you get your gun wet or submerge the gun in water, be sure to shake out any excess moisture, wipe the exterior
with a dry cloth, and leave the gun exposed in a dry, warm place for a few days to let any internal moisture
evaporate.
• We suggest you have an authorized airsoft gunsmith service and relubricate your gearbox components once per
year to extend the longevity of your airsoft gun.
LUBRICATION
CAUTION: USE ONLY 100% SILICONE OIL. ANY OTHER FORM OF LUBRICANT WILL CAUSE DAMAGE TO YOUR AIRSOFT GUN
AND VOIDS ANY AND ALL APEX AIRSOFT WARRANTIES.
•The only place you lubricate your Apex Airsoft gun is the loading nozzle.
•Every 25,000 shots or so, spray or drop several drops of 100% silicone
lubricant into the nozzle where the BBs feed into the chamber.
•Shoot approximent 200 BBs through the gun after doing so.
•The lubricant will enter the air nozzle of your gearbox and keep your hop up
bucking, piston o-ring and cylinder o-ring lubricated.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
ATTENTION: THIS TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE ADDRESSES COMMON ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH THE OPERATION OF
ELECTRIC AIRSOFT GUN. CONSULT WITH AN AUTHORIZED AIRSOFT GUNSMITH FOR DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR OF ISSUES
NOT FOUND ON THIS LIST. APEX AIRSOFT ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS
GUIDE.
PROBLEMS
SOLUTIONS
Gun does not fire
•Check to make sure the battery is plugged in.
•Check to see if the selector lever is in the correct position.
Gun fires but no BBs come out
•Check to see if the magazine is fully loaded.
•Check to see if the magazine is fully wound.
•Remove the magazine and check to see if the gun is jammed.
BBs jam in barrel
•Remove the magazine, use the beveled end of the cleaning
rod to push the jammed BB back out of the BB loading
nozzle.
•Dry fire with no BBs to make sure gun is firing properly.
Reinsert loaded magazine and test fire.
•Use only new, high quality BBs.
Motor is heard whining, but gun does not fire
•Adjust the motor height by using an appropriate hex wrench
on the hex screw on the bottom of the pistol grip.
Tighten the screw until the gun fires smoothly.
Motor is heard grinding and the gun fires slowly
•Adjust the motor height by backing out the grip screw until
the gun fires smoothly.
Gun clicks when trigger is pulled
•Charge your battery and try again.
•Try another fully charged battery.
•Check to see if your motor grip screw is too far in.
BBs do not fly straight
•Charge your battery and try again.
•Try another fully charged battery.
•Check to see if your motor grip screw is too far in.
BBs do not fly very far
•Add silicone lubricant into the BB loading nozzle.
Motor grip is getting hot
•Disconnect the battery and set the gun down for 10-15
minutes.
Battery is smoking
•Immediately stop shooting.
•Disconnect the battery and set it in a non-flammable area
if possible.
•Consult with your battery instructions or an authorized
airsoft gunsmith.
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LIMITED WARRANTY POLICY
Apex Airsoft provides an end user limited warranty for 90 days from purchase. This warranty is not transeferrable
and only applies to new product sales.
Apex Airsoft shall cover 100% of the cost to replace or repair any manufacturing or material defects in the
product during warranty period.
Apex Airsoft shall not be liable for any normal manufacturing variations, imperfections inherent in the
manufacturing or assembly processes used, customary variations from the specifications, or any damages arising
from the improper shipping, storage, or use of the goods.
Apex Airsoft shall not be responsible for any damage arising from the use of third party goods, such as batteries,
chargers, or BBs.
Apex Airsoft shall not be responsible for any damage arising from normal wear and tear.
Any modification or alteration of the external or internal parts of the airsoft product by an individual not authorized by Apex Airsoft automatically voids the warranty.
Any alterations or modification of the external or internal parts with non-Apex Airsoft factory parts automatically
voids the warranty.
Apex Airsoft reserves the sole right to determine whether or not the warranty applies.
Apex Airsoft will not cover shipping costs to Apex Airsoft, but will pay for return shipping costs to the owner.
CONTACT
To obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization number for your warranty repair, please contact your Authorized
Dealer or email us at [email protected]
APEX AIRSOFT is exclusively distributed by 6MM GUNWORKS. All rights reserved.
Please visit us at www.6MMGUNWORKS.com
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