Clockwise left (adjusting screw on left of rear sight).
Turn screw on right hand side of sight clockwise to enlarge rear sight opening.
Note that most adjusting screws have a lock screw. It is important that you loosen this lock screw before adjustment.
Loosen 4 and turn 3 clockwise to shorten the travel. Retighten 4. After setting it is necessary to readjust the stop point by turning 17.
Unscrew 6 and turn 5 clockwise to increase the load from a minimum of 400g to a maximum of 800g. When adjusted to your preference retighten 6.
Turning 8 clockwise increases the load from a minimum of 100g to a maximum of 1000g. The overall trigger weight is a combination of first and second stages.
Unscrew 9, turn 7 clockwise to increase travel. When adjusted to your preference retighten 9.
Turn 17 clockwise to reduce the distance of forward blade travel.
Unscrew 2 and adjust 1 to your preference. Always allow some slack to avoid damage to the trigger mechanism. Retighten 2.
Loosen 11 and turn 10 clockwise to increase the hammer strike energy. Retighten 11.
Adjust 1 for your preferred recoil effect. Turn clockwise for higher powered ammunition.
The grip is adjustable and pivotable to the frame in all directions and may be widely adapted to the shooting posture of the shooter. For this purpose the grip has to be taken off by removing its screw. Adjusting the angle is achieved by means of the counterscrews 12, 13, 14 and 15 located at the bottom and the rear of the casing.
1. Check pistol is empty and remove mag.
2. Loosen the torx screw at the front of the trigger guard and dismount the top slide from the main frame.
3. Ease the action rearward then push down and slide forward again.