OPERATION NOTES

Operations notes for the Survivor pistol. Click the button below to download these instructions.


READ YOUR INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEFORE USING YOUR NEW PISTOL.
 
Always keep all firearms pointed in a safe direction. Load the gun from a closed slide. Put the cam lever down and finger off the trigger. Put a loaded magazine in the gun and manually pull the slide fully back and release. This will load the first round. You’re now ready to shoot.
 
The .475 works best with 5 rounds in the magazine. The other calibers with 6 rounds. The last round, after firing, may not eject. It will drop out when the magazine is removed, so knowing this, it shouldn’t be an issue.
 
For proper operation, new or reloaded cartridges should have an overall length of 1.580” +/- .005. Long cartridges will not work properly in the magazine and therefore will affect the semi-automatic operation of the pistol.
 
For accuracy from the bench, do not rest the barrel on a sandbag. This affects the harmonics of the barrel and causes poor accuracy.
 
The Survivor pistol is unique! It is gas operated and works differently from typical blow back type auto loaders. Once you’re familiar with the Survivor, we are sure you’ll enjoy shooting it and the power it provides.

Operation Notes