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    Posted: August-07-2019 at 10:47am
Recently, I was trying to Tighten grips on My Daisy® Model 08 'Luger' Parabellum-Pistole Realistic Replica when some parts fell out. On the side, It says there is an instruction manual available at an email. Just to be safe, and to prevent embarrassment if the email was no longer available, I'm asking if any of you have the Instruction Manual as a .TXT, .PDF, or .ACT File. The gun is operational apart from the safety mechanism. 

If additional information is needed, and you know how to find it, please tell me, because i'm not the best at that sort of thing.

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Did you try the email?  I would do that.
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Originally posted by Zdedgry Zdedgry wrote:

Recently, I was trying to Tighten grips on My Daisy® Model 08 'Luger' Parabellum-Pistole Realistic Replica when some parts fell out. On the side, It says there is an instruction manual available at an email. Just to be safe, and to prevent embarrassment if the email was no longer available, I'm asking if any of you have the Instruction Manual as a .TXT, .PDF, or .ACT File. The gun is operational apart from the safety mechanism. 

If additional information is needed, and you know how to find it, please tell me, because i'm not the best at that sort of thing.

Kind Regards, 
     
     Kieran
You have an early airsoft gun, marketed and sold by Daisy but not made by them- if it's what I think it is, it was made by Maruzen in Japan. You may still be able to get an owners manual from Daisy (info below) but it will not tell you how to dis- and reassemble it. Also Daisy will most likely not have parts, should you find you need any. I hate to say it but if you're unable to figure out how to repair it yourself or know someone who can, and if it's unusable as it is now, unless it has sentimental value to you it's time to "let it go".

Good luck with whatever you decide.

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If you want a new Luger, these get good reviews.  CO2 powered.



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Sorry, I just want a manual or something, not an entirely new weapon. All of the parts are there and I don't want to just give it up, especially since it's an inherited gift from my recently deceased grandfather.

Edit: And, It is 100% functional apart from the safety mechanism. I don't want to just 'Let it go' Because of a faulty safety system.
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Sorry to hear about your grandfather.  So, back to my original question.  Did you try the email address on the gun?  Results?

Maybe if you post some pics of the parts and where you think they came from, someone here can help.
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