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Warnings1-3Introduction4Manual Safety Operation5Ammunition6Operating Instructions7-10-Opening The Bolt7-Checking For And Cleaning Bore Obstructions7-To Check The Barrel For Obstructions7-Clearing A Bore Obstruction7-Closing The Bolt8-Loading The Shotgun8-Feeding A Shell From The Magazine Into The Chamber9-Single Loading The Chamber Without Shells In The Magazine9-Firing The Shotgun9-Unloading The Shotgun10Disassembly Instructions10-12-Disassembly Of Barrel From Receiver10-11-Disassembly Of Charging handle from Bolt-12-Disassembly Of Bolt From Receiver13-Disassembly Of Trigger Assembly From Receiver14-Disassembly Of Magazine Blocker15Cleaning Your Shotgun15-17-Cleaning The Bore / Outside Of The Barrel16-17-Cleaning The Choke Tubes / Muzzle Breaks / The Receiver17-Cleaning The Bolt/ Gas Port and Piston / The Slide And Action Bar Assembly18-Cleaning The Magazine / The Trigger Assembly18-Cleaning The Forearm And Butt Stock and rust prevention and removal18-19Assembly Instructions19-22-Assembly Of Trigger Assembly To Receiver-Assembly Of Bolt To Receiver1920-21-Assembly Of Barrel To Receiver22-Assembly Of Magazine Blocker To Magazine Tube15Storing Your Shotgun23Part Assemblies and Bolt Closeups24Warnings Continued25-28Additional Views29-32Legal Notice33Warranty Page34

SAFETY WARNINGSFIREARMS ARE DANGEROUS WEAPONS, WHICH CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY ORDEATH. WHEN USING ANY FIREARM, SAFETY MUST BE YOUR FIRST AND ONLYCONCERN. FIREARM SAFETY IS YOUR SOLE RESPONSIBILITY.Always keep this manual with your firearm. Make sure you understand all theoperational instructions, safety procedures and warnings in this manual before youhandle the firearm. If there’s anything you don’t understand, do not handle firearm, andwrite to us. If you sell, lend or give the firearm to another, make sure this manual goeswith firearm. Obtain free firearm manual from Guns Inc.ALWAYS TREAT YOUR FIREARM AS IF IT WERE LOADED. Always point the barrelin a safe direction! Use the manual safety button as outlined in this manual. Nevermove the safety to “FIRE” position until you are ready to fire. Never point a firearm ator near somebody else even if it’s unloaded.USE ONLY THE CORRECT AMMUNITION FOR YOUR FIREARM. Use only thecorrect gauge and length ammunition for your LINBERTA Semi-Automatic. Use factorymade load of normal pressure. Do not use low pressure insufficient to operate semiauto system.MAINTAIN YOUR FIREARM. Keep the barrel clean and free of obstructions. Cleanyour firearm regularly and have it inspected periodically to make sure it is mechanicallycorrect and functioning properly. Worn or damaged parts are dangerous. The owner isfully responsible to keep this firearm cleaned and maintained with routine checkupswith qualified gunsmiths.NEVER TOTALLY DEPEND ON A MECHANICAL SAFETY. It is not a substitute forproper gun handling. Like all mechanical devices like safety are subject to breakage ormalfunction from wear or abuse or dirt or corrosion or user did not fully engage safetyor repair, or lack of maintenance or any combinations of factors beyond the control ofmanufacturer. Manufacturer has made these firearms with the highest quality materialsand workmanship and safety is the sole responsibility of the owner.NO MECHANICAL SAFETY IS “CHILDPROOF” OR “FOOLPROOF”. No safety everinvented can be relied upon to prevent an accidental shooting by a determined child ora grownup idiot “playing” with a gun.TREAT EVERY GUN AS IF YOU EXPECT ITS MECHANICAL SAFETY NOT TOWORK. You will be Astounded at how cautious you become and how little toleranceyou will have for the complacency of others.

1Always keep the safety on the “ON” position until you areready to fire and the muzzle is pointing at the target.Make sure that you understand how all controls work before you attempt to load thefirearm.Keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and your finger off the trigger whenoperating the safety. Malfunctions which may cause a gun to fire when safety is engaged ordisengaged are rare but can happen. Even if an accidental firing should occur, nobody will behurt if you follow this rule. You must follow this rule.WARNING! THREE THINGS TO REMEMBER ABOUT SAFETIES1. NEVER TOTALLY DEPEND ON A MECHANICAL SAFETY. It is not a substitute forproper gun handling. Like all mechanical devices, a safety is subject to breakage andmalfunction from wear or abuse or dirt or corrosion or user did not fully engage safetyor repair, or lack of maintenance or any combinations of factors beyond the control ofthe manufacturer. Manufacturer has made these firearms with the highest qualitymaterials and workmanship and safety is the sole responsibility of the owner.2. No mechanical safety is “childproof” or “foolproof”. No safety ever invented can berelied upon to prevent accidental shooting by a determined child or grown up idiot“playing” with a gun.3. Treat every gun as if you expect the mechanical safety to not work. You will beastounded at how cautious you become and how little tolerance you will have for thecomplacency of others.Never attempt to load or unload any firearm inside a vehicle, building or other\confined space(except a properly constructed shooting range). Enclosed areas offer no completely safedirection in which to point the firearm because you don’t know what is behind the walls. Whenhunting in the fields or woods constantly monitor where everybody is. Properly positionyourselves, don’t let other shooters get behind you or in front of you or out of your view,creating a deadly situation. As always, point in a safe direction. Always keep the safety on the“ON” position until you are ready to fire and the muzzle is pointing at the target.When shooting, full eye and ear protection is mandatory at all times. Shooters andspectators must wear shooting glasses and sound suppressor to prevent eye injury andhearing loss. Vision loss and hearing impairment can occur with only one moment of nonprotection.

2SAFETY MEASURES: Put check mark next to each warning and safety measure when understood.Always point the firearm in a safe direction even though it may be unloaded. Do not point the gun atanything you do not intend to shoot. Never ever horseplay while handling a gun.Keep your finger away from the trigger when operating any other part of the gun’s mechanism.Keep the safety “ON” until you are actually ready to fire. Treat gun with caution and always point in asafe direction.Keep your fingers away from the muzzle. Never pull a gun toward you by the muzzle.Be sure the barrel is clear of obstructions never assume, always check.Keep your gun unloaded when not in use.Always aim at a safe target, taking care that it does not conceal any other object. Be sure of yourtarget and what lies behind, beyond, or near before you pull the trigger. Never shoot at sounds. To avoidricochets, do not shoot at a flat, hard surface, curved surface, or at water. Store guns and ammunition separately, prevent access by children and others. Must be under lockand key. Guns should always be unloaded when stored.Never carry a loaded gun inside a vehicle, house, camp, or public place. When transporting the gunkeep the gun “on safe” and unloaded. Never climb a tree or fence, or jump a ditch with a loaded gun.Never rely on any anyone’s words that the gun is “on safe” or unloaded. Always check to see if the gunis “on safe” and unloaded when getting it from another person or storage.Never drink alcoholic beverages or use drugs before handling firearms or during shooting.Always use eye & hearing protection and make sure bystanders are also similarly protected.Although the firearm itself does not contain any lead, it fires ammunition containing lead or leadcompounds, which are known to be dangerous to your health. Take protective health measures whenshooting or when cleaning firearms. Avoid exposure to the lead while handling and wash your hands aftercontact. Proper air ventilation is absolutely necessary when shooting indoors or cleaning the firearm. Use proper ammo type only, malfunction, injury, or death will result from the use of faulty, incorrecttype, size, gauge, non-standard, re manufactured, hand loaded, reloaded ammunition, old ammunition, ordamaged ammunition. Because of the poor or non existent quality control of companies or people,overloads and underloads may occur. Following safety rules will save your life or the life of someoneelse. Know the range of your ammunition, shotgun pellets can travel for 800 yards; shotgun slugs have arange up to 5 miles. Learn and know about the capabilities of ammunition you use.

3LINBERTA Semi-Automatic ShotgunThe LINBERTA Semi-Automatic Shotgun is a semi automatic gas operatedaction shotgun capable of feeding and firing target and hunting loads up to 3inch. The picture below shows the main parts of the The LINBERTA SemiAutomatic Shotgun. There might be slight differences and additional features insome models, most notably the feature of a pistol grip or not. Please refer to thispicture while reading this manual. It will aid in understanding the terminology.Fig. 1

4Operation of SafetyThe manual safety on the LINBERTA Semi-Automatic Shotgun is a button typesafety located on the rear of the trigger guard. When in proper condition andcorrectly engaged in the “SAFE” position, the manual safety blocks the triggerand prevents accidental discharge under normal usage.Never depend on any mechanical safety mechanism ordevice to prevent the dangers of careless handling or pointing afirearm in an unsafe directionTo minimize the possibility of accidental discharge, it is strongly recommendedthat the safety always be placed in the "SAFE" position until the exact time andthe moment just before shotgun is intended to be fired.To engage the manual safety, push the safety button from left to right with yourthumb or index finger until it stops and stays in place in the "SAFE" position.The safety is now engaged. (refer to Fig. 2)To disengage the manual safety, push the safety button through the triggerguard from right to left with your thumb or index finger until it stops and stays inplace in the "FIRE" position. A red mark will be visible on the safety button to theleft of the trigger guard in the “FIRE” position. The shotgun is now ready to fire.Left side of receiverLeft side of receiverButton is recessed.BUTTON IS RAISEDSee red lineFig. 2When safety button is fully raised on right side of receiver “SAFETY ON”When safety button is fully raised on left side of receiver “SAFETY OFF”

5AmmunitionLINBERTA Semi-Automatic Shotgun is chambered only for 12 GA shells in2¾” and 3” lengths. Barrels marked for 3” shot shells can be safely used for both2¾” and 3” shot shells. Use proper chokes for type shot you are using.Chokes are crafted from high grade steel, some are certified for steel shot. Readchokes for allowable uses. Some chokes are only rated for lead only. If you donot know how to read your choke, assume it is for lead only.Use proper ammo type only, malfunction, injury, or death will result from the useof faulty, incorrect type, size, gauge, non-standard, re manufactured, handloaded, reloaded ammunition, old ammunition, or damaged ammunition.Because of the poor or non existent quality control of companies or people,overloads and underloads may occur. Following safety rules will save your lifeor the life of someone else.Use of incorrect or overloaded ammunition can result in death orserious injury and damage to your firearm due to excessive pressure.Even the strongest firearm can be “blown up” by excessive pressure.Use only factory-loaded ammunition of the correct gauge and lengthfor your shotgun as marked on the shotgun's barrel. Also use of lowpressure ammunition will not allow semi autos to cycle properly, thereforeas with all semi autos, do not use too low pressure as well as excessivehigh pressure ammunition. Use factory made normal pressure ammunitionGuns Inc / .R.OX. NJ/Gun Valley Arms specifically disclaims responsibilityfor any injury or damage whatsoever occurring in connection with, or as aresult of, or in the connection with, the use of faulty, or non-standard,any remanufactured or hand-loaded or reloaded ammunition, or ofammunition other than for which the firearm was originally chambered.

6Operating Instructions--Opening The Bolt-1. Move the manual safety button to the "SAFE" position (refer to –Manual Safety Operation-) See Page 5 Fig. 22. Unload the gun (refer to --Unloading the Gun--) See Page 10.3. With safety on as previously stated, pointing in an entirely safe direction, proceed with stepfour to open bolt.4. While holding shotgun firmly with one hand, grasp the shotgun charging handle firmly withother hand and pull charging handle of bolt rearward briskly until it locks open.Never attempt to check for or clear a bore obstruction by loading ashot shell into the chamber of the barrel and firing! If there is a boreobstruction this will cause excessive pressures which may result indeath or serious injury to you or bystanders and damage to your shotgun.--Checking For And Clearing Bore Obstructions-The barrel of your shotgun should always be checked for obstructions beforeassembly, before loading and immediately following any occurrence in the fieldwhich might result in mud, dirt or other debris entering the bore.Never attempt to check for or clear a bore obstruction by loading ashot shell into the chamber of the barrel and firing! If there is a boreobstruction this will cause excessive pressures which may result indeath or serious injury to you or bystanders and damage to your shotgun.--To Check The Barrel For Obstructions-1. Disassemble Barrel from action. See pages 10-112. Push a shotgun bore cleaning tool , such as a cleaning rod, through the bore from thebreech end until both the obstruction and the end of tool exit the muzzle.3. If the obstruction cannot be easily cleared, contact an Authorized Guns Inc. Distributor or

Service Center / Dealer.7--Closing The Bolt-1. Move the manual safety button to the "SAFE" position (refer to --Manual Safety Operation-) See Page 5 Fig. 22. Grasp the shotgun firmly with your right hand by grip or pistol grip area, then use yourthumb of left hand to press the bolt release button found on the left side of the receiver. Donot obstruct or interfere with the travel of the charging handle that Is now going to slamforward.3. Visually inspect that bolt is fully forward. If not, eject shell by pulling back on charginghandle rearward until bolt is locked open and check for obstructions in chamber. Do thisintelligently by looking through your ejection port, not by looking down your barrel. See page29 to see what an empty chamber looks like.If a shot shell is in the receiver pressing the bolt release button or if bolt closed andthe safety is on the “FIRE” position the shotgun is loaded ready to fire. Do not touchthe trigger until you are ready to fire. The safety should only be off if you are pointingat a safe target and ready to fire. Follow instructions.--Loading The Shotgun-1. Move the manual safety button to the "SAFE" position (refer to –Manual Safety Operation-) See Page 5 Fig. 22. Open the bolt (refer to --Opening The Bolt--) and visually check to make sure no shell is inthe receiver. See page 7 and page 29 for a view of an empty chamber.3. Close the bolt (refer to --Closing The Bolt--)4. Press bolt release button button to unlock loading gate so loading gate can swing down.Referring to Fig. 3, insert desired number of shot shells of the proper gauge and length intothe magazine through the loading port by pushing each shell forward fully into the magazineuntil it is held in place by the shell latch.Fig. 3Bolt release button

Bolt charging handle8--Feeding A Shell From The Magazine Into The Chamber-1. Visually check the manual safety button to make sure it is in the "SAFE" position (refer to -Manual Safety Operation--) See Page 5 Fig.22. Pull charging handle fully rearward until bolt locks into rearward position.3. Press the bolt release button and the bolt will slam forward stripping a shot shell off of theloading gate that is activated to push a round upwards to the chamber as bolt slams forward.A shell is now in the chamber, shotgun is now ready to fire if safety is off and trigger is pulled.--Single Loading The Chamber Without Shells In The Magazine-Your shotgun has a magazine cut-off button feature.1. Move the manual safety button to the "SAFE" position (see Safety Operation) Fig.2 Pg 52. With shot shells in magazine tube that you want to be held in the mag tube so you canplace a different type shot shell into the chamber, press the magazine cut-off button on theright side of the receiver. Knowing that it is engaged because it will appear lower, eject theshell you have in the chamber or fire it. The magazine cutoff will prevent another shot shellcoming out of the magazine tube and hold the bolt open position. Turn shotgun slightly to theleft side so ejection port is facing upward.3. Drop a shot shell of the proper gauge and length (refer to –Ammunition--) directly into theejection port, with the crimped end forward.4. Push bolt release button and bolt will slam forward chambering the shot shell thatyou had placed into the ejection port. As always, point in a safe direction, especially asyou learn how to use this feature. Safety is the sole responsibility of the shooter.--Firing The Shotgun-1. With a shot shell in the chamber of the barrel, and keeping the muzzle of the shotgunpointed in a safe direction and your fingers out of the trigger guard and away from the trigger,move the safety button to the "FIRE" position (refer to -- Safety Operation--) Fig.2 See Pg 52. Hold the recoil pad snugly to your shoulder, and carefully point the muzzle of the shotgun atyour intended safe target3. Squeeze (pull) the trigger with steadily increasing pressure until the shotgun fires. Thenallow trigger to move back to forward position after each shot.4. Unless an immediate second shot is intended, immediately remove your finger from the

trigger, move the manual safety button to the “SAFE” position, unload the shotgun.9--Unloading The Shotgun-Always point in a safe direction.1. Move the manual safety button to the "SAFE" position (refer to -- Manual Safety Operation-)See Page 5 Fig. 22. Pull the charging handle rearward to extract any shell from the chamber. See Page 4 Fig. 13. Repeat the process for as many shells you had put into your shotgun.4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the magazine is empty. See page 29 for empty chamber view.5. Visually confirm that there are no shot shells remaining in the magazine or the chamber.Disassembly Instructions-always wear safety glasses, watch for anything with spring tension---Disassembly Of Barrel From Receiver-1. Move the manual safety button to the "SAFE" position (refer to Page 5 Fig. 2 --ManualSafety-- ) Be sure no shells are in magazine tube or the chamber. Gun must be unloaded.2. Unload the shotgun (refer to --Unloading The Shotgun--) Shotgun must be unloaded.3.Cock shotgun open pulling charging handle all the way back. See that it is unloaded.4. Unscrew the magazine cap by turning it in a counter clock-wise direction until easilydetached (refer to Fig. 4)5. Pull off the magazine tube bushing and magazine tube spring with ring.6. Pull the handguard / forend upward and off until removed.7.While grasping the action bar piston, press bolt release button and gradually release springtension so bolt moves to its most forward position. Now grasp barrel and pull out and off.Continuation of barrel removal with more info for further details see page 11.Fig.4

10--Disassembly Of Barrel From Receiver--Next step is to remove the bolt charger handle so that the entire action bar assemblycan be removed.See page 12 and 13Remember: Controlling the action bar piston will allow you to finesse and control dissasemblyand the reassembly steps.11

--Disassembly Of Charging handle from Bolt--Side Notch12on some models--Disassembly Of Bolt From Receiver--

-wear safety glasses-13--Disassembly Of Trigger Assembly From Receiver--

-wear safety glassesFig.6CAUTION: The hammer must be in the cocked position prior to removing thetrigger assembly from the receiver. Do not pull the trigger while the trigger assembly is outsideof the receiver.1. Unload the Shotgun (refer to --Unloading The Shotgun--) and disassemble the barrel fromthe receiver (refer to --Disassembly Of Barrel From Receiver--)2. Move the manual safety button to the "SAFE" position3. Pull forearm to rear then forward to make sure the hammer is cocked.4. With a hammer and punch push the trigger frame pin through the receiver (refer to Fig. 6)until the pin is out far enough to be grasped by hand, and remove the pin from the receiverPull the trigger assembly slightly forward and then straight out from the receiver14--Removal Of Magazine Blocker--

-wear safety glassesRemoval of magazine blocker is reverse of assembly of magazine blocker listed directlybelow.Fig.7--Assembly Of Magazine Blocker To Magazine Tube-1. Unscrew the magazine cap by turning it in a counter clock-wise direction until easilydetached (refer to Fig. 4)2. Push the magazine blocker completely into the hole in the end of the magazine tube(refer to Fig. 7)3. Screw the magazine cap onto the end of the magazine tube until tight.Cleaning Your ShotgunPreferebly clean only in open air or at the very least extremley well ventilated area.You must take precautions to protect yourself from lead and solvent residue** Extremely limit use of solvents **Any firearm requires regular cleaning and periodic maintenance. To assuresafe and reliable functioning of your LINBERTA Semi-Automatic Shotgun, itis very important that you clean it immediately after each use, and periodicallyduring extended storage periods, to remove powder residue, dirt, dust andexcess lubricant, and prevent rust. During cleaning, inspect components todetermine whether they are in proper working order.To properly clean your shotgun,-It must first be disassembled (refer to --Disassembly Instructions--)-The parts and components must be cleaned as discussed below-Then reassembled (refer to --Assembly Instructions--)15-must wear safety glasses and solvent resistant glovesApply solvents and lubricants properly and sparingly. Do not spray or

apply solvents or lubricants directly on ammunitions. Solvents andlubricants may affect the propellant, causing it not to ignite. Thissituation may result in damage to the shotgun, serious injury to theshooter and bystanders.Preferably clean only in open air or at the very least extremley well ventilated area.Extremely limit use of solvents. Use safety glasses and solvent resistant gloves--Cleaning The Bore-You must take precautions to protect yourself from lead and solvent residue1. Dip cleaning brush of proper size into cleaning solvent that is attached to the cleaning rod.2. Push the brush all the way through the barrel bore several times from the chamber end.3. Insert the brush into the muzzle of the barrel only far enough to encounter the threads forthe choke tube, and twist it several times.4. With a clean patch inserted in the tip attached to the cleaning rod, push the rod all the waythrough the barrel bore from the chamber end until the cloth emerges from the muzzle.Remove the dirty patch. Repeat step 4 as many times as needed until bore is cleaned.5. Using a clean patch or lint-free cloth wrapped around the tip of your finger or similarlyshaped object, remove all solvent from the muzzle and from the choke tube threads inside thebarrel bore.6. Insert a patch saturated with gun lubricant into the cleaning rod tip and push it through thebore from the chamber end. Remove the patch and withdraw the rod.7. Insert a dry, clean patch into the cleaning rod tip and push it through the bore from thechamber end, to remove excess lubricant. Remove the patch and withdraw the rod.8. Using a clean patch or lint-free cloth wrapped around the tip of your finger or similarlyshaped object, apply a light coat of gun lubricant to the choke tube threads and muzzle of thebarrel bore.Excess lubrication in the bore or chamber of any firearm may createexcessive chamber pressures or a partial bore obstruction, resulting inpossible damage to the firearm and serious injury to the shooter andbystanders upon firing. BE SURE ALL EXCESS LUBRICANT HASBEEN REMOVED.16--Cleaning Outside the Barrel-You must take precautions to protect yourself from lead and solvent residue

1. Using a patch or clean cloth saturated with cleaning with proper oil, wipe down allaccessible surfaces of the barrel, rib and barrel ring. (A clean tooth brush may be handy forcleaning the corners and recesses of the rib and barrel ring)2. With a clean, dry, lint-free cloth, remove all excess oil. Using a patch or clean cloth, apply alight coat of gun lubricant to the outside surfaces of the barrel, rib and barrel ring, beingcareful to remove any excess lubricant.--Cleaning The Magazine-1. With a clean cloth or patch, apply a light coat of gun lubricant to outside surface of themagazine tube.--Cleaning The Choke Tubes / Muzzle Breaks-1. Apply gun cleaning solvent to a bore cleaning brush of the proper size attached to thecleaning rod and push the brush all the way through the choke tube several times.3. With a clean patch inserted in the tip attached to the cleaning rod, push the rod all the waythrough the choke tube until the patch emerges from the other end. Remove the dirty patchand withdraw the rod. 4. Repeat step 3 as many times as needed until the patch is clean as itemerges from the choke tube. 5. Insert a patch saturated with gun lubricant into the cleaningrod tip and push it through the choke tube. Remove the patch and withdraw the rod.6. Insert a dry, clean patch into the cleaning rod tip and push it through the choke tube toremove excess lubricant. Remove the patch and withdraw the rod.7. Using a patch or clean cloth saturated with cleaning solvent, wipe down the outsidesurfaces of the choke tube. (A clean tooth brush may be handy for cleaning the threads.)8. With a clean, dry lint-free cloth, remove all cleaning solvent.9. Using a patch or clean cloth, apply a light coat of gun lubricant to the outside surfaces ofthe choke tube, being careful to remove any excess lubricant.--Cleaning The Receiver-1. Using a small lint-free cloth, clean the inside and outside of the receiver with gun-cleaningsolvent and dry thoroughly with a clean cloth.2. With a clean cloth or patch, apply a light coat of gun lubricant to all accessible surfaces ofthe receiver.17Important: Clean the gas port and piston.

1. Essential to clean the holes from the barrel and piston for propersemi automatic function. See pg 31 for view of the gas port hole.2. Using a pipe cleaner and toothbrush, apply solvent to the gas holesand piston. Remove all solvent from the holes and piston.3. ONLY apply a very light coat of oil to the piston. Barely touch theholes with oil. Essential that the holes remain open, unobstructed.--Cleaning The Bolt-You must take precautions to protect yourself from lead and solvent residue1. Using a small lint-free cloth, clean the inside and outside of the bolt assembly with guncleaning solvent; and dry thoroughly with a clean cloth. (A clean toothbrush may be handy forcleaning the recesses of the bolt)2. With a clean cloth or patch, apply a light coat of gun lubricant to all accessible surfaces ofthe bolt.--Cleaning The Action Bar Assembly-1. Using a small lint-free cloth, clean the inside and outside of the bolt assembly with guncleaning solvent; and dry thoroughly with a clean cloth. (A clean toothbrush may be handy forcleaning the recesses of the slide and action bar assembly)2. With a clean cloth or patch, apply a light coat of gun lubricant to all accessible surfaces ofthe slide and action bar assembly.--Cleaning The Trigger Assembly-CAUTION: The hammer must be in the cocked position prior to removing the triggerassembly from the receiver. This should have been achieved by pulling the charging handle tothe rear prior to removal of the action bar assembly from the receiver. Do not pull the triggerwhile the trigger assembly is outside of the receiver.1. Using a small lint-free cloth, clean the outside of the trigger assembly and with a cleantooth brush, brush the top surface of the trigger assembly mechanism with gun-cleaningsolvent.2. Dry all exposed parts and surfaces thoroughly with a clean cloth.--Cleaning The Forearm and Butt Stock-Usually, wiping the forearm and butt stock with a clean, dry cloth or a siliconcloth is all that is necessary. If you have been hunting or shooting in wetweather, allow the butt stock and forearm to dry thoroughly before storage .--Rust Prevention And Removal--18

During normal maintenance, after a thorough cleaning, allow 2-3 hours at roomtemperature for all metal parts to dry completely. Then apply a liberal amount ofhigh grade Gun Oil to all metal parts, wiping off any excess with a clean cloth. Ifrusting does occur it may only be surface rust due to excess moisture. You maybe able to remove it by using a plastic bristle gun cleaning brush and guncleaning solvent.Assembly Instructions-wear safety glasses--Assembly Of Trigger Assembly To Receiver-1. Push the trigger assembly into the receiver until the trigger assembly is flush with thebottom of the receiver.2. Push the trigger assembly rearward to seat the trigger assembly against the receiver,aligning the trigger pin holes in the trigger assembly with the corresponding trigger pin holesin the receiver.3. Press the trigger frame pins into the receiver until flush with the side of the receiver.--Assembly Of Bolt into Receiver--19--Assembly Of Bolt into Receiver--

--Assembly Of Action Bar Assembly into Receiver-1. See and review pages 11, 12, and 13. Reassembly of shotgun action bar and boltassembly into receiver

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