VFC M4 E-Series Gun Owner's Manual

VFC M4 E-Series Gun

Caliber: 6mm
Velocity: 400 fps
Loudness: 3-Medium
Barrel Length: 14.5
Overall Length: 34.25
Capacity: 120
Barrel: Smooth bore
Rear Sights: Adjustable
Trigger Pull: Unknown
Action: Semiautomatic/Full-auto
Safety: Manual
Hop Up: Yes
Ammunition: 0.2-0.25g
Body Type: Rifle


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COMPONENT NAME
SELECTOR LEVER & SAFETY SETTING
SETTING THE BATTERY
LOAD THE MAGAZINE
ADJUSTABLE SIGHT
MOVABLE PARTS
FIRING
VARIABLE HOP-UP SYSTEM
TROUBLE CLINIC
FRONT-END SET PART LIST
RECEIVER SET PARTS LIST
REAR-END SET PARTS LIST
MOVEABLE PARTS LIST
HISTORY PROFILES
AFTER SERVICE
Warning
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
All persons in range must use eye protection when gun is in use.
Failure to obey all local laws in the use of this replica may result in severe punishment.
Always point the gun in a safe direction.
Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to fire.
Never look directly into the gun muzzle.
Never aim or shoot at persons, animals, or objects.
Never shoot in or towards public areas.
Always transport the gun inside of a secure bag or container.

COMPONENT NAME

Right Side
Left Side

SELECTOR LEVER & SAFETY SETTING

Warning
Do not operate the selector lever while the trigger is depressed. Damage and malfunction will occur if you attempt to do so.
Do not pull the trigger while the selector is on SAFE. Doing so will damage the trigger and safety mechanisms.
Safety Setting( The trigger can not be pulled)
Always set lever to SAFE position when gun is not in use.
Semi Auto (Single Shot)
The gun will fire one shot each time the trigger is pulled.
Full Auto Automatic Shot)
The gun will fire continuously while the trigger is depressed.
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SETTING THE BATTERY

Handguard TypeFixed Stock Type
Remove the handguard, then plug the battery.Open the battery cap, then plug the battery
SOPMOD Stock Type
Warning
Before changing the battery, point the gun in a safe direction, remove the magazine, and set the selector to SAFE.
Remove the Stock and open the capPlug the battery
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LOAD THE MAGAZINE

Warning
Always use high quality 0.20 gram or heavier BB bullets in your airsoft rifle.

We will not be heldresponsible for any damage or incidents arising from use of poor quality or underweight BB bullets.

Consult with your dealer for proper BB bullets.
Press the magazine release button to remove the magazine. Make sure to set the magazine upwards and connect it firmly until a click sound is heard. Use only 6mm plastic BB bullets with the magazine. The magazine will hold up to 300 BB bullets
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ADJUSTABLE SIGHT

the Front Sight
Lift the sight when using. Clockwise: Down the sight post. Counterclockwise: Up the sight post.
Use the Rear SightAdjustment the Windage Knob Turn the windage knob for windage adjustment
Lift the rear sight when using. Forward: Move the sight to the right.
Backward: Move the sight to the left.
Forward: Up the sight.
Backward: Down the sight.
Take care not to catch your fingers in moving parts.
The sight can be flip up and down
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MOVABLE PARTS

Operate the Telescoping Stock
Warning
Be careful not to catch your fingers when operating buttstock functions.
Press the stock release button, then adjust the stock position.
Forward GripCover Panel Optional parts
The knob under the forward pistol grip face down the grip, twist clockwise and then the grip can be taken out. 1. Pressing the front clips of the rail cover panel toward the center.
2. Simultaneously, push the rail cover panel forward and it can be taken out
Carry Handle
Carry handle can be taken down.
Charging and Bolt Catch
The Charging handle can be pulled and the dummy bolt will be fastened
To Release bolt, just press the bolt catch
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FIRING

Warning
Confirm selector is off SAFE before firing the gun. Pulling the trigger while the selector is on SAFE will damage the gun and cause it to malfunction.
Set the Selector lever to "SEMI" or "AUTO".
Semi Auto (Single Shot). The gun will fire one shot each time when the trigger is pulled. Full Auto (Automatic Shot). The gun will fire automatically while the trigger remains pulled. 1. Set the selector lever to Semi-Auto or Full Auto.
2. Pull the trigger.
CAUTION: Never put your finger on the trigger unless you are ready to shoot.
Carry Handle
Point the gun in a safe direction, remove the magazine and fire the gun in semi auto mode to clear the barrel and release the internal spring. Then set the selector to SAFE.
Be aware a BB bullet may still be in the barrel after the magazine is removed, or if the magazine is empty.

Warning: Never use WD40, CRC556 or other mineral oil.
Please read the warning above before shooting.
Cautions on Motor and BatteryWhen Bullets Are Clogged
If the rate of fire noticeably drops, recharge the battery or replace with a fully charged one.
Give the air gun a rest for 5 to 10 minutes after firing about 500 rounds, in order to ensure long service lives of the motor and battery.
If a BB bullet jam occurs, remove the magazine, and remove the jammed BB bullets with a cleaning rod. Apply a few drops of 100% silicone oil Int the chamber and resume shooting. If jamming problems persist, contact nearest authorized dealers for service.
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VARIABLE HOP-UP SYSTEM

Warning:
Too much hop up may cause BBs to jam. If a jam occurs, immediately dial back the hop up and test fire again. Otherwise, damage and malfunctions will occur with the gun.
Be careful not to catch your fingers in the dummy bolt.
By giving rotation of the fixed direction to BB bullet, a lift is given and it flies horizontally toward a long distance target. Variable Hop-Up system can tune finely that a spin starts.
1. Open bolt to adjust the Hop-Up system.
2. Gradually turn the adjustment dial towards Hop to give hop up to bullets. (The best setting is where bullets fly horizontally.)
3. Turning excessively adversely affects the trajectory. So, stop turning the dial when bullets fly horizontally.
The best position is where the bullets fly horizontally and the longest flying distance is obtained.
Warning:
Never hold the gun sideways as the BB bullets will curve right or left. This is due to the Hop-Up system.
When about 10,000 rounds are fired, spry 100% silicone oil to the chamber for 0.5 to 1 sec.
Forward Hop-Up, pellet will float up.
Backward Hop-Up, pellet will fall down.
When HOP-UP is Improper
Symptom Cause Action
Bullets flying upwards Too much hop setting. Gradually return adjustment lever towards Normal.
Short flying distance of bullets (less hop-up effect) Too much hop setting. Gradually return adjustment lever towards Normal.
Hop packing contaminated by oil or dirt. Clean using the cleaning rod or consult your dealer or VFC for repair
Worn or damaged hop packing. Purchase the replacement part at your dealer or from VFC and replace it.
Can not adjust Damaged adjustment lever or other parts Purchase the replacement part at your dealer or from VFC and replace it.
Frequent bullet clogging Too much hop setting. After the adjustment lever is returned to anormal side, and the hop is released, it adjusts again.
Improper or too large sized BB bullets. Use the BB bullet supplied by VFC.
Dirty hop packing Clean using the cleaning rod or consult your dealer or VFC for repair
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TROUBLE CLINIC

Symptom Cause Action
No operation at all Selector lever is set to safety Set the selector lever to fire.
Battery is no charged. Charge the battery
Battery connector is disconnected. Connect the connector
The + and - of battery connector is reversed. Connect the connector correctly.
Fuse is blown out. Replace the fuse.
Although motor is revolving gun does't fire Bullets are clogged inside the magazine Insert the charging ord into the magazine and move it up and down a few
Bullets are clogged in the chamber times to remove clogged bullets. Remove clogged bullets using the cleaning rod.
Faulty gear Purchase the replacement gear from your dealer or VFC and repair
Malfunction of full auto operation (automatic firing) Insufficient battery power Charge the battery
Faulty bullet feed of magazine Repair clogging of the magazine.
Malfunction of semi-auto operation Poor electrical connection Consult your dealer or VFC for overhaul maintenance or repair
Malfunction of semi-auto operation (single shot) Insufficient battery power Charge the battery
Poor electrical connection Consult your dealer or VFC for overhaul maintenance or repair
Automatic firing cycles become slow Insufficient battery power Charge the battery
Shooting distance becomes shorter Worn or damaged chamber packing Consult your dealer or VFC for overhaul maintenance or repair. Replace the chamber packing., piston packing(O-ring) and piston assembly
Worn or damaged piston packing(O-ring)
Deteriorated piston spring
Faulty BB bullets (too small or heavy) Use the genuine VFC BB bullets.
Shortage of Silicone oil Drop a few drops of silicone oil from under the chamber
Gear problems caused by excessive blank firing Consult your dealer or VFC for overhaul maintenance or repair. Replace the chamber packing., piston packing(O-ring) and piston assembly
Overly loud operating noise Gear problems caused by excessive blank firing
Worn of damaged gear
Bullets falling out from barrel end Gear problem caused by excessive blank firing
Worn or damaged chamber packing Use the genuine VFC BB bullets.
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FRONT-END SET PART LIST

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RECEIVER SET PART LIST

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REAR-END SET PART LIST

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MOVEABLE SET PART LIST

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HISTORY PROFILES

The M4 and variants fire 5.56x45mm NATO ammunition and are gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed, selective fire firearms with a 4-position telescoping stock. Original M4 models had a flat-ended telescoping stock, but newer models are now equipped with a redesigned telescoping stock that is slightly larger with curvature at the end. The M4 is similar to much earlier compact M16 versions, such as the 1960s-era XM177 family. Some of those visual designs are obvious in both weapons, however most of the similarities are not very noticeable.

As with many carbines, the M4 is handy and more convenient to carry than a full-length rifle. The price is slightly inferior ballistic performance compared to the full-size M16, with its nearly 6" longer barrel. This becomes most apparent at ranges of 300 yards and beyond. Statistically, however, most small-arms engagements occur within 100 yards. This means that the M4 is very much an adequate weapon for the majority of troops. The marginal sacrifice in terminal ballistics and range, in exchange for greatly improved handling characteristics, is usually thought to be a worthwhile compromise.

While the M4's maneuverability makes it a candidate for non-infantry troops (vehicle crews, clerks and staff officers), it also makes it ideal for close quarters combat (CQC), and airborne and special operations, which is the most popular usage for the weapon. It has been adopted by United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) and is the preferred weapon of the U.S. Army Special Forces and Navy SEALs. M4's have also been fielded by the Australian Special Air Service Regiment. Malaysia purchased M4 Carbine service rifles to replace the Steyr AUG service rifles in its armed forces in 2006 and will be manufactured in Malaysia under license by SME Ordnance Sdn Bhd. It is expected that the M4 will be adopted by law enforcement agencies in Malaysia, such as the Royal Malaysian Police and the Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency.

The M4 was developed and produced for the United States government by Colt Firearms, which has an exclusive contract to produce the M4 family of weapons through 2009; however, a number of other manufacturers offer M4-like firearms. The M4A1, along with the M16A4, has mostly replaced the M16A2; the U.S. Air Force, for example, plans to transition completely to the M4 Carbine.

The United States Marine Corps has ordered its officers (up to the rank of lieutenant colonel) and (senior) Staff Non-commissioned officers to carry the M4A1 carbine instead of the M9 handgun. This is in keeping with the Marine Corps motto, "Every Marine a rifleman." United States Navy corpsmen will also be issued M4A1 s instead of the M9.

As the simple living has become the world trend, the concept of Economic, Enough, Valuable, has become a new mainstream consumer, VFC naturally should have not stay outside in with this trend. Thus, E Series has become the VFC year of 2009 mainly product lines.

VFC is different from the past, invariably to meet the luxury demand of Heavy User. E Series is about the high cost/performance to Economic, Enough, Valuable, forthe entire idea of the product. In other words, Take an affordable price in order to provide users with a useful electric gun.

Appropriate adjusted the part of the process, the process has oversimplified, also to omit excessive packaging; however, the entire product of the metal parts remain metal, the place is still as real steel without losing quality and detail. The most important part of AEG, GEAR BOX SYSTEM does not compromise because it's cheaper. We still use precision CNC machining of 8mm gear box, with high-strength pistons and steel gear, making the former settings can be directly using the Li-poly battery. Therefore, the E Series AEG is not only high rate of fire (ROF), high performance, easy to use, but also easy to upgrade.

E Series to represent the excellent in value of price, but without losing quality, even greater durability, practical and truly able to meet the majority of players on the VFC brand demand.
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AFTER SERVICE

Limited Warranty
  • Vega Force Company (VFC) warrants the AEG against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one month or 30,000 rounds BB bullets shoot from the date of original purchase ("Warranty Period").
  • Warranty coverage: Internal parts of gearbox. The cosmetic parts and electric motor are not cover by warranty.
  • We inspect and test each product before delivery to customer. In warranty period, the repair service will be provide by ours certify technician after determine the problem or damage defects in materials and workmanship.
  • This warranty does not apply: (a) to damage caused by accident, abuse, misuse, misapplication, or non-VFC products; (b) to a product or a part that has been modified without the written permission of VFC or his agent; or (c) to no register your series number with VFC with in 7 days of purchase date; (d) to if any VFC serial number has been removed or defaced; or (e) to disassembly or modify by unauthorized person; (f) to the products not purchase from VFC authorize dealer with valid warranty card.
Maintenance & Replacement Parts
  • The Hop-Up bucking and few parts will be recommended to change each 30,000 rounds BB bullets shoot.
  • We may unable to provide match series number on replacement parts.
  • If you unable to obtain locally , Please check http://www.gb-tech.com.tw for more information.
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