KID

NEW Air Pistol model designed to grow up with the shooter
The KID air pistol specially designed for young shooters. Single shot air pistol, working pressure of 250 bar, with a locking system through conic bolt/shot chamber. Cal 4,5mm, developed for the sole use of compressed air with the air pressure regulator inside the pistol frame. Reliable side vision manometer for checking the cylinder pressure. Excellent quality and light weight. Ideal for the tomorrow’s champions. Sold with one air cylinder and fix rear sight blade. The adjustable, ambidextrous grip is the first of this kind. KID is very versatile and a great choice for individual athletes and shooting clubs. The inter-changeability of parts with the K10 model allows the KID pistol to grow up with the shooter. KID – Your first Pardini!

Caliber:        4.5 mm (.177)
Height:.        150 mm
Width:          49 mm
Overall length: 350 mm
Total weight:   700 g
Barrel length:  200 mm
Barrel rifling: 12D x 450 mm
Sight radius:   310 mm
Adjustment:     1.8 mm

*TECHNICAL CHANGES RESERVED

Technical Documents

Catalogs

Pardini Catalog 2018
Pardini Catalog 2016
Pardini Catalog 2014
Pardini Air Rifle GPR1 2013
Pardini Catalog 2009
Pardini Catalog 2008

Manuals

Manual 2010
Manual 2009
Manual 2004 – 2008
Manual 1997 – 2004
Manual CO2 and AIR Cylinders
Manual IPSC
Manual K50, K58, K60, K90, ZGR, SP, HP
Manual PGP 75
Manual SPE, GPO, MP

Diagrams and Parts

K12 diagram

K10 diagram
K10 parts

SP-SP1-SPE diagram
SP-SP1-SPE parts

HP – HPE diagram
HP – HPE parts

FPM – FPE diagram
FPM – FPE parts

PC – GT diagram
PC – GT parts

K2 – K2S diagram
K2 – K2S parts

K58-K60-K90 diagram
K58-K60-K90 parts

K22 diagram
K22 parts

P10 diagram
P10 partsSPE diagram
SPE partsMP diagram
MP partsK50 diagram
K50 parts

PGP75 diagram
PGP75 parts

GPE diagram
GPE parts

GP – GPS diagram
GP – GPS parts

GPO diagram
GPO parts

 

 

Adjusting the SP/HP Mechanical Trigger

Adjusting the trigger of SPNew, SPNew RF, HPNew (Mechanical Trigger)

LL ADJUSTMENTS SHOULD BE DONE HOLDING THE PISTOL UPSIDE DOWN. NEVER TURN ANY SCREW MORE THAN ¼ TURN AT A TIME. USE CAUTION WHEN ADJUSTING THE TRIGGER.

SCREWS RG: Unscrew any of the three screws to adjust trigger position.

SCREW CS: Turn clockwise to lengthen the second stage traveland counter clockwise to shorten until it disappear (single stage trigger).

SCREW PS: Inside screw CS. Turn clockwise to increase second stage weight and vice versa.

SCREW PG: This regulates the disconnector engagement on the sear. Turn clockwise to reduce the freeplay before the first stage trigger.

SCREW PP: Give a wide range of adjustment in the first stage weight. Turning clock wise increases the weight to over 1360 grams and vice versa reduces the weight to less than 1000 grams.

SCREW TS: This function as an adjustable trigger stop. Turn clockwise to reduce over travel.

SCREW CP: Turn clockwise to reduce first stage travel. Turning clockwise will reduce the sear engagement. CAUTION: if this screw is adjusted too far clockwise the sear will not re-engage. Once the desired adjustment is achieved. ALWAYS re-adjust screw PG, to ensure that the disconnector is correctly adjusted on the sear.

CAUTION: If the screws TS and CP are adjusted too far clockwise, the trigger will not function.

 

Adjusting the SP1/SP1RF Electronic Trigger

Adjusting the trigger of SP1/SP1 RF (Electronic Trigger)

ALL ADJUSTMENTS SHOULD BE DONE HOLDING THE PISTOL UPSIDE DOWN. NEVER TURN ANY SCREW MORE THAN ¼ TURN AT A TIME. USE CAUTION WHEN ADJUSTING THE TRIGGER.

SCREW RG: Unscrew to adjust trigger position.

SCREW CS: Turn clockwise to lengthen the second stage traveland counter clockwise to shorten until it disappear (single stage trigger).

SCREW PS: Inside screw CS. Turn clockwise to increase second stage weight and vice versa.

SCREW PP: Give a wide range of adjustment in the first stage weight. Turning clockwise increases it, while counterclockwise reduces it.

SCREW TS: This function as an adjustable trigger stop. Turn clockwise to reduce over travel.

SCREW CP: Turn clockwise to reduce first stage travel.

CAUTION
: If the screws TS and CP are adjusted too far clockwise, the trigger will not function.

To adjust the trigger, you should hold the pistol upside down. Pardini offers a convenient side opening on the frame, where you can see the lever and the screws – where they go and what they do. Remember to turn each screw no more than ¼ turn at a time. Prepare to spend some time on it, don’t start it if in rush, but it’s worth it, you will have a personalized trigger. Pardini trigger offers fine, all dimensions adjustment – you can have the trigger you wish, while you can see what you are doing through the side openings.