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Don't know how to **** to load pellets

The guy at the storecocked the gun by sliding the top part of the gun somehow...I can't figure out how to do it

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  • dennis May 11, 2010

    then you should'nt own a gun dude ,,

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I figured it out with the help odf a neighbor...

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