Falcon Air Rifle Manual



Falcon Air Rifle Manual

  1. Falcon Air Rifle Manual Instructions
  2. Falcon Air Rifle Manual 22

A collection of manuals and instructions related to firearms, handheld weapons, and other related products. Includes scanned manuals, flyers, walkthroughs, and advertising. Cock the air rifle (see STEP 2. COCKING YOUR AIR RIFLE), point the air rifle in a SAFE DIRECTION, put the air rifle in the “OFF SAFE“ position and squeeze the trigger to fire. Break the barrel open slightly (without pulling the barrel all the way down to the point that it cocks) and look down the breech to see if the air rifle is.

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Falcon Air Rifle Manual Instructions

  • lovely rifle it was this exact gun that got me into PCP’s a longggggggggggg time ago. defiantly one of my all time fravs.

    lovely rifle it was this exact gun that got me into PCP's a longggggggggggg time ago. defiantly one of my all time fravs.

    Nice! ““older” mechanics ” like an old jeweled watch , Falcon made outstanding rifle’s and pistols. Personally I really like them when they were Titan ( then Beeman for 2 years) but up until the most modern – quality seemed to change at the very end- ones the quality was outstanding, cant tell if yours has the “match” trigger – ball bearing sear- or not but darn fine triggers , fit & finish. That rifle should hold it’s own against anything made today. Just my opinion but their MPT model was what all bull-pups which they could be.
    Just one question, have you ever tried their pistols? LOL, you “need” one of those old things also.
    Thanks for sharing and keep us updated after you’ve had a chance to use it a bit.

    John

    Nice! '“older” mechanics ' like an old jeweled watch , Falcon made outstanding rifle's and pistols. Personally I really like them when they were Titan ( then Beeman for 2 years) but up until the most modern - quality seemed to change at the very end- ones the quality was outstanding, cant tell if yours has the 'match' trigger - ball bearing sear- or not but darn fine triggers , fit & finish. That rifle should hold it's own against anything made today. Just my opinion but their MPT model was what all bull-pups which they could be. Just one question, have you ever tried their pistols? LOL, you 'need' one of those old things also.Thanks for sharing and keep us updated after you've had a chance to use it a bit.John

    After a much needed trigger job from Ernie Olsen my Falcon Prairie Lighthunter will never leave the coop.


    After a much needed trigger job from Ernie Olsen my Falcon Prairie Lighthunter will never leave the coop.

    I picked up a .177 and .22 this fall. Just got them back having them tuned and regulators put in by AZ. They are amazingly accurate! too bad they are not still being made.
    Here’s mine: [email][/email]

    I picked up a .177 and .22 this fall. Just got them back having them tuned and regulators put in by AZ. They are amazingly accurate! too bad they are not still being made.Here's mine: [email][/email]

Falcon Air Rifle Manual 22

  1. If you discharge the pcp it will come apart in the reverse order it was assembled,If he has the skill.johnh=3owners manual falcon prairie - Pyramyd Air/h Edinburgh Rifles Well-Known Member.
  2. Falcon PCP multi-shot air rifle. Walnut thumbhole stock. Stippled palm swell and for grip. 19' blue steel Walther barrel. 8 shot magazine. Adjustible butt pad. 37' overall length. Durable, reliable, and beautiful, this great hunting air rifle is hard to beat! Note: The pictured scope is optional. Does not come with the gun.