Winchester XPR Bolt-Action Rifle Owner’s Manual

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Winchester XPR Bolt-Action Rifle Owner’s Manual

Important instructions for theWinchester XPR Bolt-Action RifleWinchester Repeating ArmsCustomer Service Department (United States)275 Winchester AvenueMorgan, Utah 84050-9333Phone: (800) 945-5237If you have any questions or comments regardingyour new firearm, please feel free to write or call us.Use the space below to record information about yournew firearm.ModelSerial NumberPurchased FromDate of PurchaseWinchester is a registered trademark of Olin Corporation.Specifications within this owner’s manual are correct at the time of printing andsubject to change without notice.ContentsPageState Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1WARNING: You Are Responsible For Firearms Safety . . 1General Description and Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Nomenclature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Serial Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Initial Cleaning and Oiling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Operation of the “Safety” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Bolt Unlock Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Cocking Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12Installing and Removing the Bolt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Ammunition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Magazine Capacity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Firing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Unloading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18Trigger Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19Mounting a Scope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22Muzzle Brakes and Suppressors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23Cleaning and Maintenance Suggestions . . . . . . . . . . . . 24Parts, Service, Repair and Questions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27Website Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

State WarningAs a firearm owner, you accept a set of demandingresponsibilities. How seriously you take theseresponsibilities can be the difference between lifeand death.According to state law, California requires that firearmmanufacturers, distributors and retailers includeconspicuous, specific warnings with firearms sold inthat state.Firearms must be handled responsibly andsecurely stored to prevent access by childrenand other unauthorized users.California has strict laws pertaining tofirearms, and you may be fined orimprisoned if you fail to comply with them.Visit the Web site of the California AttorneyGeneral at forinformation on firearm laws applicable toyou and how you can comply.Prevent child access by always keeping gunslocked away and unloaded when not in use.If you keep a loaded firearm where a childobtains and improperly uses it, you may befined or sent to prison.There is no excuse for careless or abusive handling ofany firearm. At all times handle this firearm and allother firearms with intense respect for their power andpotential danger.Las armas de fuego deben de ser manipuladasresponsablemente y almacenadas en sitiosseguros para prevenir el acceso a ellas por partede niños y personas sin autorización.Please read and understand all of the cautions, warnings,notices, proper handling procedures and instructionsoutlined in this owner’s manual before using yournew firearm.California cuenta con leyes estrictas sobre lasarmas de fuego, y puede ser multado yencarcelado si no las obedece. Visite la páginaweb de California Attorney General, para másinformación sobre cómo cumplir con las leyesde armas de fuego.1ALWAYS KEEP THE MUZZLE OF YOUR FIREARMPOINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION EVEN THOUGH YOUARE CERTAIN IT IS UNLOADED.Never point any firearm at anything you do notintend to shoot. Be extremely alert and aware ofall persons and property within the range ofyour ammunition.2NEVER RELY TOTALLY ON YOUR FIREARM’SMECHANICAL “SAFETY” DEVICE. LIKE ANYMECHANICAL DEVICE, A “SAFETY” CAN SOMETIMESFAIL; IT CAN BE JARRED OR INADVERTENTLYMANIPULATED INTO AN UNSAFE CONDITION.The word “safety” describes a firearm’s trigger blockmechanism, sear block mechanism, hammer blockmechanism or firing pin block mechanism.Prevenga el acceso de los niños a las armas defuego manteniéndolas siempre en un lugarseguro, bajo llave y descargadas cuando no esténen uso. Si usted deja un arma cargada al alcancede un niño, y éste la utiliza indebidamente,ustedpodría ser multado e incluso enviado a la cárcel.WARNING: You Are Responsible ForFirearms SafetyFAILURE TO FOLLOW ANY OF THE FOLLOWINGWARNINGS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURYOR DEATH. 1

Make certain the firearm does not inadvertentlycontain any ammunition. Remember, merely removingthe magazine does not mean the chamber is unloaded.Always keep the chamber empty and the “safety” inthe on safe position unless shooting is imminent.Mechanical “safeties” are designed to place yourfirearm in a safer status, and no guarantee can be madethat the firearm will not fire even if the “safety” is inthe on safe position. Mechanical “safeties” merely aidsafe gun handling and are no excuse for pointing yourfirearm’s muzzle in an unsafe direction. See “Operationof the ‘Safety’” on pages 8, 9 and 12 for instructions onthe operation of this firearm’s “safety.”4Remember, safe gun handling does not stop with yourfirearm’s mechanical “safety” devices, it starts there.Always treat this firearm with the respect due aloaded, ready-to-fire firearm.Wear shooting glasses to protect your eyes from flyingparticles. Allow proper distance (eye relief) betweena scope and your eye when firing a scoped pistol, rifleor shotgun. Do not use unorthodox shooting methodsthat could cause the rearward travel of the slide orbolt of a firearm to contact your eyes, face or hands.Always keep a safe distance between the muzzleof your firearm and any persons nearby, as muzzleblast, debris and ejecting cartridges could inflictserious injury.Some firearms do not have a mechanical “safety.”Many target firearms, lever-action firearms and pistolsdo not have manual “safety” mechanisms. Therefore itis critical to read and understand the owner’s manualfor every firearm which explains the safe operation ofthe firearm.While it is a good idea to “test” your firearm’smechanical “safety” periodically for proper function,never test the “safety” while your firearm is loaded orpointed in an unsafe direction.3ALWAYS WEAR EAR AND EYE PROTECTIONWHEN SHOOTING.Unprotected, repeated exposure to gunfire can causehearing damage. Wear hearing protection (shootingearplugs or muffs) to guard against such damage.Always wear eye protection when disassembling andcleaning any firearm to prevent the possibility ofsprings, spring-tensioned parts, solvents or otheragents from contacting your eyes.WHENEVER YOU HANDLE ANY FIREARM, OR HANDIT TO SOMEONE, ALWAYS OPEN THE ACTIONIMMEDIATELY AND VISUALLY CHECK THE FIREARM’SCHAMBER TO MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE FIREARM ISCOMPLETELY UNLOADED.5 2KEEP ALL FIREARMS UNLOADED DURINGTRANSPORT, EVEN WHEN STORED IN A HOLSTER,GUN CASE, SCABBARD OR OTHER CONTAINER.

6DROPPING OR JARRING A LOADED FIREARM CANCAUSE ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE.This can occur even with the “safety” in the on safeposition. Be extremely careful while hunting or duringany shooting activity to avoid dropping any firearm.7HUNTING FROM ELEVATED SURFACES SUCH ASTREESTANDS IS DANGEROUS.Doing so may increase the risk of mishandling afirearm. The following rules should always be observedby you and those you hunt with. Always make certainthat the stand being used is safe and stable. Alwaysmake certain that your firearm is unloaded when it isbeing taken up and down from the stand. Alwaysmake certain that your firearm is not dropped fromthe stand, or dropped while it is being taken up ordown from the stand. Remember, a loaded firearmmay discharge when dropped, even with the “safety”in the on safe position.89BEWARE OF BARREL OBSTRUCTIONS.Mud, snow and an infinite variety of other objects mayinadvertently lodge in a barrel bore. It only takes asmall obstruction to cause dangerously increasedpressures that can damage your firearm and causeserious injury to yourself and others.BEFORE CHECKING FOR A BARREL OBSTRUCTION,BE CERTAIN YOUR FIREARM IS COMPLETELYUNLOADED, THERE IS NOT A LIVE CARTRIDGE INTHE CHAMBER AND THE “SAFETY” IS IN THEON SAFE POSITION.After ensuring that the firearm is completelyunloaded, open the breech or action and look throughthe barrel to be sure it is clear of obstructions. If anobstruction is seen, no matter how small it may be,clean the bore with a cleaning rod and patch asdescribed on pages 24-26 of this owner’s manual.10 BE ALERT TO THE SIGNS OF AMMUNITIONMALFUNCTION. IF YOU DETECT AN OFF SOUNDOR LIGHT RECOIL WHEN A CARTRIDGE IS FIRED,DO NOT LOAD ANOTHER CARTRIDGE INTOTHE CHAMBER.If your firearm fails to fire, keep the muzzle pointed ina safe direction for a minimum of 30 seconds. Rotatethe ejection area of the firearm away from you,carefully open the action and remove the cartridgefrom the chamber. If the primer is indented, thedefective cartridge should be disposed of in a way thatSTORE YOUR FIREARM AND AMMUNITIONSEPARATELY, WELL BEYOND THE REACHOF CHILDREN.Take prudent safeguards to ensure your firearm doesnot become available to untrained, inexperienced orunwelcome hands. Store all firearms in secure, lockedcases or a gun safe. Keep your firearm unloaded whennot in use. 3

the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’Institute (SAAMI) for Service Cartridges. However,we assume no responsibility for incidents whichoccur through the use of cartridges of nonstandarddimension or those developing pressures in excess ofSAAMI established standards.cannot cause harm. If the primer is not indented, yourfirearm should be examined by a qualified gunsmithand the cause of the malfunction corrected beforefurther use. Glance down the barrel to make sure thatno obstructions remain in the barrel. Completely clearthe barrel before loading and firing again. Failure tofollow these instructions can cause extensive damageto your firearm and possible serious injury to yourselfand others.14 DISCHARGING FIREARMS IN POORLY VENTILATEDAREAS, CLEANING FIREARMS OR HANDLINGAMMUNITION MAY RESULT IN EXPOSURE TO LEADAND OTHER SUBSTANCES KNOWN TO CAUSE BIRTHDEFECTS, REPRODUCTIVE HARM AND OTHERSERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURY. HAVE ADEQUATEVENTILATION AT ALL TIMES. WASH HANDSTHOROUGHLY AFTER EXPOSURE.11 NEVER INSERT A CARTRIDGE OF THE INCORRECTCALIBER INTO ANY FIREARM.The caliber of your firearm is marked on the barrel.Store all cartridges of different calibers in completelyseparate and well-marked containers. Never storecartridges of mixed calibers in a common container orin your pockets. See pages 14-15 for more informationon the correct ammunition for your firearm.15 DO NOT SNAP THE FIRING PIN ON AN EMPTYCHAMBER; THE CHAMBER MAY NOT BE EMPTY!Treat every firearm with the respect due a loadedfirearm, even though you are certain the firearmis unloaded.12 EXAMINE EVERY CARTRIDGE YOU PUT INYOUR FIREARM.We assume no responsibility for the use of unsafe orimproper firearm and ammunition combinations ordamage or injury caused by damaged ammunition.It is your responsibility to read and heed all warningsin this owner’s manual and on ammunition boxes.See pages 14-15 for more information on the correctammunition for your firearm.16 KEEP YOUR FINGERS AWAY FROM THE TRIGGERWHILE LOADING AND UNLOADING UNTIL SHOOTINGIS IMMINENT.17 BE SURE OF YOUR TARGET AND BACKSTOP,PARTICULARLY DURING LOW LIGHT PERIODS.Know the range of your ammunition. Never shoot atwater or hard objects.13 USE ONLY SAAMI APPROVED AMMUNITION.The barrel and action of this firearm have been madewith safety margins over the pressures established by 4

18 ALWAYS UNLOAD YOUR FIREARM’S CHAMBERBEFORE CROSSING A FENCE, CLIMBING ATREE, JUMPING A DITCH OR NEGOTIATINGOTHER OBSTACLES.Never place your firearm on or against a fence, tree,car or other similar object.22 NEVER DRINK ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ORTAKE ANY TYPE OF DRUGS BEFORE ORDURING SHOOTING.Your vision, motor skills and judgment could bedangerously impaired, making your gun handlingunsafe to you and to others.19 BE DEFENSIVE AND ON GUARD AGAINST UNSAFEGUN HANDLING AROUND YOU AND OTHERS.Don’t be timid when it comes to firearm safety.If you observe other shooters violating any ofthese safety precautions, politely suggest saferhandling practices.23 READ AND HEED ALL WARNINGS IN THISOWNER’S MANUAL, ON AMMUNITION BOXESAND WITH ALL ACCESSORIES THAT YOU INSTALLON YOUR FIREARM.It is your responsibility to secure the most up-to-dateinformation on the safe handling procedures of yourWinchester firearm. We assume no liability forincidents which occur when unsafe or improperfirearm accessories or ammunition combinationsare used.20 BE CERTAIN YOUR FIREARM IS UNLOADEDBEFORE CLEANING.Special and extreme care should be taken to be sureyour firearm is unloaded before disassembly, cleaningand reassembly.24 PRACTICE PERIODIC MAINTENANCE, AVOIDUNAUTHORIZED SERVICING.Your firearm is a mechanical device which will notlast forever, and as such, is subject to wear andrequires periodic inspection, adjustment and service.Winchester firearms should be serviced by aWinchester Repeating Arms Authorized RepairCenter or by our Service Facility in Arnold, Missouri.We assume no responsibility for injuries suffered orcaused by unauthorized servicing, alterations ormodifications of Winchester firearms.Keep ammunition away from the cleaning location.Never test the mechanical function of any firearmwith live ammunition.21 TEACH AND SUPERVISE FIREARMS SAFETY TOALL MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY, ESPECIALLYTO CHILDREN AND NON-SHOOTERS.Closely supervise newcomers to the shooting sports.Encourage enrollment in hunting and shootingsafety courses.5

25 DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, ALTER THETRIGGER, “SAFETY” OR OTHER PARTS OF THEFIRING MECHANISM OF THIS OR ANY OTHERFIREARM EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE DESCRIBED INTHIS MANUAL.critical firearm dimensions, including headspace, andmay create an unsafe firing condition, etc.).Aftermarket parts or components that do not satisfySAAMI standards, or that could create otherdangerous conditions, should not be used.FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING COULD RESULTIN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH, AS WELL AS CAUSEDAMAGE TO YOUR FIREARM.We reserve the right to refuse service on firearms thathave been altered, added to or substantially changed.Removal of metal from the barrel, or modifications ofthe firing mechanism and/or operating parts may leadto a refusal of service on such firearms. You will becharged for parts and labor to return the firearm tooriginal specifications prior to servicing your firearm.BE CAREFUL!General Description and OperationWith respect to AFTERMARKET PARTS ORCOMPONENTS (including, for example, aftermarkettrigger systems, barrels, muzzle brakes, suppressors,magazines, etc.), USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Winchesterfirearms are designed and engineered to meet stringentsafety standards. Winchester Repeating Arms is notresponsible for personal injuries or property damagecaused by alterations to a firearm. This includes theincorporation of aftermarket parts or components thatmay or may not satisfy Sporting Arms andAmmunition Manufacturers’ Institute (SAAMI)standards (for example, an aftermarket trigger systemmay not satisfy SAAMI minimum trigger pullstandards, etc.) or may create other dangerousconditions. These conditions may or may not beapparent to the user (for example, installing anaftermarket barrel may have the effect of alteringGeneral DescriptionThe bolt-action Winchester XPR shares the same qualityand legendary performance with other rifles that haveshared the Winchester name. Made from rugged materialsusing the most precise methods of modern manufacture,the XPR is sure to meet your shooting expectations.General OperationThe XPR is a bolt-action rifle that operates by lifting thebolt handle, drawing the bolt rearward and then slidingthe bolt forward and rotating the bolt handle downwarduntil it stops. This process takes a cartridge from themagazine and loads it into the chamber for firing.Prior to using live ammunition, familiarize yourselfthoroughly with the operating instructions in this 6

FIGURE 1Bolt Unlock eiverBarrelDetachable MagazineTriggerRecoil PadFore-endMuzzleBolt HandleTrigger Guardowner’s manual. Get accustomed to the feel of yournew firearm and know the forces required to operatethe action. Learn how to pull the trigger and, above all,know the location and operation of the “safety.”Procedures for disassembly and operation of variouscomponents are outlined later in this owner’s manual.Please read and study them thoroughly. Images in thisowner’s manual show a right-hand version of the rifle.downward or underneath; the sight is upward or ontop. For general parts nomenclature, refer to Figure 1 onpage 7. Figure 5 on pages 10 and 11 covers the generalfeatures and benefits of the XPR design. Images in thisowner’s manual show a right-hand version of the rifle.Throughout this owner’s manual the “action” refersto the mechanism of this rifle which loads and securesthe cartridges in the chamber.NomenclatureSerial NumberIn conventional firearm terminology the position andmovement of firearm parts are described as they occurwith the firearm horizontal and in the normal firingposition: i.e., the muzzle is forward or in front; thebuttstock is rearward or to the rear; the trigger isThe serial number is located on the right side of thereceiver on right-hand models and on the left side of thereceiver on left-hand models, just forward of the ejectionport. Record the serial number at the front of this owner’smanual for future reference. 7

FIGURE 2Initial Cleaning and OilingWEAR EYE PROTECTION WHEN ASSEMBLING ANDDISASSEMBLING YOUR RIFLE TO PREVENT SPRINGS,SPRING-LOADED PARTS, SOLVENTS OR OTHER AGENTSFROM CONTACTING YOUR EYES, RESULTING IN INJURY.Some metal parts of your new firearm have been coated atthe factory with a rust preventative compound. Beforeusing your firearm, clean the anti-rust compound from theinside of the barrel, receiver, bolt mechanism and theaction/chamber areas. A high quality, lightweight gunoil should be used to remove this compound and to giveyour new firearm its first lubrication. Clean the barrelusing a cleaning rod and patch as explained under“Cleaning and Maintenance Suggestions” on pages24-26 in this owner’s manual.Lightly oil the action and bolt at the indicated locations.FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUSINJURY OR DEATH.Apply a few drops of quality oil on the surfaces shown inFigure 2 on page 8. Avoid applying too much oil. Only alight film is necessary. Excessive oil should be wiped off,especially in cold weather.The “safety” on right-hand versions is located on the rightside of the receiver to the rear of the bolt handle (when inthe locked position).Operation of the “Safety”The “safety” on left-hand versions is located on the leftside of the receiver to the rear of the bolt handle (when inthe locked position). The “safety” on both right- and lefthand versions operate identically.ALWAYS KEEP THE “SAFETY” IN THE ON SAFE POSITIONUNLESS SHOOTING IS IMMINENT. ALWAYS KEEP THEMUZZLE POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION. FAILURE TOWhen the “safety” is drawn to the rear, the “safety” is inthe on safe position (Figure 3, page 9). This indirectlyblocks the trigger and locks the bolt in the closed position. 8

FIGURE 3FIGURE 4The “safety” in theon safe position.(Right-hand model shown.)The “safety” shown inthe off safe position.(Right-hand model shown.)When the “safety” is pushed forward, a red dot is exposedindicating that the “safety” is in the off safe position andthe rifle is ready to fire (Figure 4, page 9).necessarily prevent the accidental discharge of this firearmas a result of jarring or abuse such as occurs when a firearmis dropped.Never rely totally on your firearm’s “safety.” It is merely anaid to safe gun handling. Like any mechanical device the“safety” can possibly fail; it can be bumped off orinadvertently manipulated into an unsafe condition.Always keep your rifle pointed in a safe direction.DO NOT DEPEND ON THE RED COLOR ALONE TOINDICATE YOUR FIREARM’S SAFETY STATUS. TIME,EXPOSURE TO THE ELEMENTS, AND THE ABRASIVEACTION OF CLEANING AGENTS CAN ERASE IT. FAILURETO FOLLOW THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN SERIOUSINJURY OR DEATH.At all times, keep the “safety” in the on safe position andthe barrel pointed in a safe direction. It is advisable tonever load your rifle until you are in the field, at thelocation you intend to begin hunting or you are at yourbench on a range and it is clear to shoot. For extra safetyThe “safety” mechanism, when engaged, is designed toprevent firing. However, this mechanism will not 9(Continued on page 12.)

FIGURE 5The bolt unlock button allows thebolt to be operated with the “safety”in the on safe position.A robust bolt design features threelocking lugs for solid strength.The “safety” (left) is easy to operatewith the thumb of the shooting hand.A premium Inflex Technology recoil pad uses integrated directionaldeflection ridges to pull the comb away from your face to minimizefelt recoil and maximize shooting comfort. Compact models includea deluxe Pachmayr Decelerator recoil pad that provides maximumshooting comfort. 10The M.O.A. Trigger System features a three-leverdesign that is crisp with virtually no take-up, creepor overtravel. Trigger pull is set at approximately3½ pounds from the factory, and can be adjusted.Overtravel is also adjustable.

Rifle FeaturesButton rifled barrels give you theprecision you’re looking for.Textured gripping surfaces provide a solid hand hold in allweather conditions. 11The barrel crown is recessed to helpprevent damage that can affect accuracy.

FIGURE 7FIGURE 6Bolt Unlock ButtonCockingIndicatorwith the “safety” in the on safe position. To unload thechamber with the “safety” in the on safe position, simplypress the bolt unlock button down and rotate the boltupward, then draw it completely rearward.on a range, and as a courtesy to others, fully unload therifle and keep the action in the open position at all timesother than when it is clear to shoot.It is essential that you become very familiar with the feel,look and operation of the “safety” on this rifle beforeattempting to load and shoot it.Cocking IndicatorThe cocking indicator is located to the rear of the boltshroud. The indicator is marked with a red dot. When therifle is cocked it may be felt with the thumb as well aseasily seen with a quick glance downward (Figure 7,page 12). When the rifle is fired, the cocking indicatorretracts into the bolt shroud and cannot be seen or felt.Bolt Unlock ButtonThe bolt unlock button is located between the bolt handleand “safety” (Figure 6, page 12). The bolt unlock buttonworks in conjunction with the “safety” and allows the boltto be operated to unload a cartridge from the chamber 12

FIGURE 8DO NOT DEPEND ON THE RED COLOR ALONE TOINDICATE YOUR FIREARM’S “SAFETY” STATUS. TIME,EXPOSURE TO THE ELEMENTS, AND THE ABRASIVEACTION OF CLEANING AGENTS CAN ERASE IT. FAILURETO FOLLOW THIS WARNING COULD RESULT IN SERIOUSINJURY OR DEATH.Make sure the firing pinsear is engaged in thebolt notch.Installing and Removing the BoltBolt NotchFiring Pin SearALWAYS KEEP THE MUZZLE POINTED IN A SAFEDIRECTION. BEFORE INSERTING OR REMOVING THEBOLT, VISUALLY INSPECT THE CHAMBER TO BEABSOLUTELY CERTAIN THE FIREARM IS COMPLETELYUNLOADED. PLACE THE “SAFETY” IN THE ON SAFEPOSITION. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING COULDRESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.simply turn the rear section of the bolt clockwise (whenviewed from the indicator end) until the firing pin searengages the notch in the bolt handle (Figure 8, page 13).On a new rifle where surfaces are not yet burnished fromuse, it may be difficult to rotate the bolt sleeve by hand.The bolt of your rifle may have been packed separatelyin the carton in which your rifle is shipped. You willneed to insert the bolt into the action. In addition,it is always advisable to remove the bolt before cleaning.If so, carefully grasp the firing pin sear in a padded viseand lift the bolt handle.Bolt InstallationBefore inserting the bolt into your rifle, make sure thefiring pin is cocked. When the firing pin is cocked, thecocking indicator is visible at the rear of the bolt. If thecocking indicator is not in the cocked position this meansthat the firing pin is not cocked. To cock the firing pin1. Align the front of the bolt in the rear opening ofthe receiver.2. Push the bolt completely forward and rotate thehandle down to lock it. It is not necessary to depress 13

FIGURE 9The bolt release is located on the right side of thereceiver on left-hand versions Press inward on the frontof the bolt release and carefully draw the bolt to therear and out of the receiver.Remove the bolt by pressing the bolt release andpulling the bolt rearward out of the receiver.Bolt ReleaseWHEN REMOVING THE BOLT FROM THE RECEIVER, TAKECARE TO PREVENT THE COCKING INDICATOR FROMSTRIKING AND DAMAGING THE COMB OF THE STOCK.The bolt has been carefully selected and fitted at thefactory to assure correct headspace. The bolt is etchedwith your rifle’s tracking number for identificationpurposes. To assure your safety, never interchange boltswith another rifle, as they may not have the properheadspace. If the bolt is lost or damaged, return your rifleto the factory for replacement with a properly fitted bolt.the bolt release to insert the bolt, but you may do soto ease the installation (Figure 9, page 14).Ammunition3. Immediately place the “safety” in the on safe position.The rifle is now completely assembled and may beoperated normally.DISCHARGING FIREARMS IN POORLY VENTILATEDAREAS, CLEANING FIREARMS OR HANDLINGAMMUNITION MAY RESULT IN EXPOSURE TO LEADAND OTHER SUBSTANCES KNOWN TO CAUSEBIRTH DEFECTS, REPRODUCTIVE HARM AND OTHERSERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURY. HAVE ADEQUATEVENTILATION AT ALL TIMES. WASH HANDSTHOROUGHLY AFTER EXPOSURE.Bolt Removal1. Place the “safety” in the on safe position.2. Press the bolt unlock button and rotate the bolthandle upward.3. The bolt release is the horizontal bar on the left side ofthe receiver on right-hand versions (Figure 9, page 14). 14

DO NOT USE AMMUNITION OTHER THAN WHATIS INSCRIBED ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE BARREL.EXAMINE EVERY CARTRIDGE YOU PUT INYOUR FIREARM.THE RIFLE WILL FIRE EVEN IF NO MAGAZINE ISPRESENT IN THE RIFLE.LoadingThe barrel and action of this firearm have been madewith safety margins over the pressures established bythe Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’Institute (SAAMI) for Service Cartridges. However,we assume no responsibility for incidents which occurthrough the use of cartridges of nonstandard dimensionor those developing pressures in excess of SAAMIestablished standards.WHEN LOADING YOUR RIFLE ALWAYS KEEP THE MUZZLEPOINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION, ALWAYS PLACE THE“SAFETY” IN THE ON SAFE POSITION AND KEEP YOURFINGERS AWAY FROM THE TRIGGER. FAILURE TOFOLLOW THESE WARNINGS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUSINJURY OR DEATH.TO AVOID ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE DO NOT CARRYYOUR RIFLE WITH A CARTRIDGE IN THE CHAMBER.WHEN FIRING IS NO LONGER IMMINENT, PLACE THE“SAFETY” IN THE ON SAFE POSITION, PRESS THE BOLTUNLOCK BUTTON AND UNLOAD THE CHAMBER. FAILURETO FOLLOW THESE WARNINGS COULD RESULT INSERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.Magazine CapacityThe magazine capacity for standard and magnum calibersis three rounds, 350 Legend is four rounds, and 223 five rounds. It is extremely important that you knowthe magazine capacity of your rifle. Under appropriatecircumstances, at a range or other suitable shootinglocation, load your magazine to full capacity and confirmthe number of cartridges.There are two methods used to load a cartridge intothe chamber of the rifle: 1) Loading from the magazine2) Loading through the ejection port.REMOVING THE MAGAZINE FROM THE RIFLE DOES NOTPREVENT THE RIFLE FROM BEING FIRED. IF ACARTRIDGE IS IN THE CHAMBER, THE “SAFETY” IS INTHE OFF SAFE POSITION, AND THE TRIGGER IS PULLED,Loading the Magazine1. Eject the magazine from the rifle by pulling themagazine release, located on the forward edge of 15

FIGURE 10FIGURE 11Eject the magazine.Load the magazine by pressing a cartridgedown and sliding it under the feed lips.CARTRIDGE PROTRUDES BEYOND THE FRONT OF THEMAGAZINE, IT COULD CAUSE FEEDING PROBLEMS ORINTERFERE WHEN INSERTING THE MAGAZINE INTOTHE RIFLE.the magazine, rearward with your index finger.The magazine will drop into your hand (Figure 10,page 16).2. Place the rim of a cartridge on the front of thefollower and press down on the follower with the rimof the cartridge while simultaneously sliding thecartridge rearward into the magazine under the feedlips (Figure 11, page 16). Load subsequent cartridgesinto the magazine in the same manner.Loading the Chamber from the Magazine1. Close the bolt and place the “safety” in theon safe position.2. Load the magazine as explained previously.3. Insert the loaded magazine into the rifle by inserting itinto the magazine well until it is retained in place bythe magazine catch.THE BASE OF EACH CARTRIDGE MUST BE FLUSH WITHTHE REAR OF THE MAGAZINE. IF THE NOSE OF A 16

7. Immediately verify that the “safety” is in theon safe position.4. Load the chamber by pressing the bolt unlock buttonand simultaneously lifting the bolt handle completelyup. Release the bolt unlock button and draw the boltcompletely rearward, then push the bolt forward androtate the bolt handle down.THE RIFLE IS NOW READY TO FIRE BY SIMPLY MOVINGTH

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