Churchill Models 212-212 TAC-220-228

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Models 212-212 TAC-220-228


READ THE INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS IN THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS FIREARM

FIREARMS SAFETY We bel eve that safe f rearms handl ng s the most mportant cons derat on for anyone who uses f rearms and ammun t on. Please take a few m nutes to throughly read and understand th s nstruct on manual ncluded w th th s shotgun.

CAUTION FIREARMS SAFETY DEPENDS ON YOU! Don't rely on your gun's safety. Treat every gun as f were loaded and ready to f re. Never cross a fence, cl mb a tree or jump a d tch w th a loaded gun. Never load or carry a loaded gun unt l you ntend to use t. Watch your muzzle so the other fellow doesn't have to. Keep guns and ammun t on separately and n locked storage. Don't shoot unless absolutely sure of your target and what s beyond t.

THIS MANUAL CONTAINS SAFE GUN HANDLING IS YOUR PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY AT ALL TIMES. D sregard ng warn ngs n th s manual may result n njury or death to you and others and damage to property. 1. Important warn ngs that should be read and understood before us ng th s f rearm. 2. D rect ons and procedures for handl ng, load ng, f r ng and unload ng. 3. Instruct ons for care, clean ng, repa r, and serv ce of th s shotgun. Th s nstruct on and safety manual s des gned to help you n learn ng how to properly use and care for your shotgun. Only when you are certa n you have fully fam l ar zed yourself w th the funct on of your f rearm should you pract ce load ng, unload ng and f r ng w th l ve rounds of ammun t on. Th s nstruct on manual should always accompany th s f rearm and be transferred w th t upon change of ownersh p. Should you ever need to replace t, th s manual s ava lable FREE upon request.

DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY We shall not be respons ble for product malfunct on ng or for phys cal njury, death or damage to property result ng from e ther ntent onal or acc dental d scharge of th s f rearm, ts cr m nal or negl gent use, mproper or careless handl ng, unauthor zed mod f cat ons or alterat on, use of defect ve or mproper or hand-loaded or (replaced) ammun t on, or from ts use for purposes or subject on to treatment for wh ch t was not des gned. For your safety, use only or g nal h gh qual ty commerc ally manufactured ammun t on n good cond t on that s appropr ate to the cal ber / gauge of your gun. We shall not be respons ble for products or results from use of defect ve, mproper or reloaded ammun t on.

WARNING - LEAD EXPOSURE D scharg ng f rearms n poorly vent lated areas, clean ng f rearms, or handl ng ammun t on may result n exposure to lead and other substances that may cause b rth defects, reproduct ve harms, and other ser ous phys cal njur es. Have adequate vent lat on at all t mes. Wash your hands throughly after exposure. Shoot ng or clean ng guns may expose you to lead.

Know the range of your gun. Always wear eye and ear protect on when shoot ng. Always be sure the barrel s free of obstruct ons, and only carry ammun t on spec f cally ntended for the gun you are us ng. Do not alter or mod fy your gun. Have your gun regularly checked by a gunsm th.

WARNING Pr or to remov ng th s gun from ts packag ng and pr or to load ng and f r ng, carefully and throughly read the ent re nstruct on manual wh ch g ves adv ce on the gun's proper handl ng and funct on ng. Your safety and that of others ( nclud ng your fam ly) depends on your respons ble compl ance w th that adv ce. If unfam l ar w th f rearms, seek superv sed nstruct on. FIREARMS SAFETY IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.

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GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS 1. Careless and mproper handl ng of th s gun could result n un ntended d scharge caus ng njury, death or property damage. Safety must be the f rst and constant cons derat on when handl ng a f rearm and ammun t on. 2. Th s shotgun was des gned to funct on properly n ts or g nal cond t on. Alterat ons can make t unsafe. Do not alter any part or add or replace parts. 3. Shotguns should only be carr ed w th the act on open and chamber empty to prevent acc dental d scharge. 4. Always handle and treat your gun as f t were loaded so you never f re t acc dentally when you th nk t s unloaded. Never take anyone's word t s unloaded. Always check t yourself w th your f ngers off the tr gger and the gun po nted n a safe d rect on. 5. Never place your f nger ns de the tr gger guard unless you ntend to f re. 6. Water, snow, mud, excess ve lubr cat ng o l or grease or any other mater al can obstruct the barrel of your gun. Always check the barrels of your f rearm for obstruct on before load ng and f r ng. Clean a fouled gun mmed ately to ensure ts correct and safe funct on.

10. Always wear safety glasses wh le shoot ng to protect your eyes from njury by gun powder, gas, lubr cant, d rt or metall c part cles, carbon res due, sparks or other debr s. 11. Always wear ear protect on when shoot ng, espec ally on a range. W thout ear protect on the no se from your gun and other guns close to you, could leave a “r ng ng� n the ears for some t me after f r ng. Repeated exposure to shoot ng no se could result n permanent hear ng loss. 12. Never cl mb a tree, fence or wall wh le carry ng a loaded f rearm. 13. Don't shoot at a hard surface or water. A r cochet may travel n unpred ctable d rect ons to str ke you or an object you cannot see.

15. If you have any doubts about your ab l ty to handle or use th s shotgun safely, seek superv sed nstruct on. 16. Horseplay has no place around f rearms. Guns can't th nk - you can! 17. Remember, safety s your respons b l ty. Be a safe shooter. 18. FOLLOW THE LAW: Obey all local, state and federal laws regard ng storage, shoot ng and transport ng your f rearm.

NOMENCLATURE Rece ver Barrel

Front S ght

Reco l Pad

7. Keep the gun's muzzle po nted n a safe d rect on at all t mes. Never let the muzzle of a f rearm po nt at any part of your body, another person or at anyth ng you do not ntend to shoot. Always be certa n of your target before f r ng. 8. UNLOAD ALL FIREARMS WHEN NOT IN USE. NEVER STORE A LOADED FIREARM. F rearms and ammun t on should be safely stored separately so that they are naccess ble to ch ldren or unauthor zed users.

14. F rearms and alcohol do not m x. Never dr nk alcohol c beverages or take drugs before or dur ng shoot ng, as th s const tutes cr m nal d sregard for your safety and that of others. Never use a gun wh le you are tak ng med cat on unless you have checked w th your doctor to ensure your f tness to handle your gun safely.

Safety

Forend Tr gger

Magaz ne Cap

Tr gger Plate

Buttstock

9. Always make sure your gun s not loaded before clean ng, stor ng, or hand ng t to another person. 2


UNPACKING YOUR SHOTGUN When you remove the shotgun from ts box, you w ll see the 2 major components, the barrel and the shotgun (F g.1). Your shotgun comes w th a choke tube nstalled n the barrel along w th a choke tube wrench f t s equ pped w th mob le chokes. A magaz ne capac ty plug should be nstalled nto the magaz ne or separately located. You should also have an nstruct on manual n the package.

F g.1

2. Remove the forend by sl d ng t forward, off the shotgun as shown n (F g.3). Note that the p ston should rema n n ts place.

5. Sl de the forend over the magaz ne tube assembly as shown n (F g.6), br ng ng t to rest aga nst the rece ver.

F g.6 F g.3 3. Wh le hold ng the bolt handle w th your r ght hand, carefully al gn the barrel w th the rece ver and the end of the magaz ne tube, as shown n (F g.4) and beg n to pull back on the bolt handle as you nsert the barrel nto the rece ver.

6. There are two small tabs n the forend that w ll al gn w th the small cutout n the front end of the rece ver. The forend s n ts proper pos t on when t s seated completely aga nst and around the rece ver as shown n (F g.7).

WARNING NEVER RELEASE THE BOLT WHILE BARREL NOT INSTALLED. THIS MAY DAMAGE THE BOLT HANDLE.

ASSEMBLY

F g.4

1. Unscrew the magaz ne cap from the front of the forend n a counter clockw se d rect on as shown n (F g.2).

F g.2 3

F g.7

4. Cont nue pull ng the bolt handle back wh le nsert ng the barrel unt l the bolt s n ts rear locked pos t on and the barrel s completely seated n the rece ver. The barrel should mate to the rece ver at th s po nt n the assembly as shown n (F g.5).

F g.5

7. Reattach the magaz ne cap to the magaz ne tube by rotat ng t n a clockw se d rect on unt l t s f rmly screwed down aga nst the forend as shown n (F g.8).

F g.8


8. The shotgun s now completely assembled. To close the bolt/act on, depress the act on release button as shown n (F g.9). Check, to be sure no f ngers or other objects are located near the bolt as t closes. Put the safety n the “ON" pos t on!

CAUTION

MANUAL SAFETY Your shotgun s equ pped w th a manual tr gger block safety button located n the tr gger guard, just beh nd the tr gger (F g.10). When the button s pushed from the left s de of the rece ver, protrud ng to the r ght s de, the tr gger s blocked and the safety s on.

The manual safety of your shotgun should always be on except for when you are ready to pull the tr gger and f re the shotgun. Th s w ll help nsure that no acc dental d scharges take place. You should only have the safety off, and be able to see the red l ne on the left s de of the rece ver, when you are ready to shoot. (The d rect ons are oppos te for left hand shotguns.)

MULTI CHOKE TUBES All sem -auto shotguns, except slug models, equ pped w th nterchangeable mult choke tube. The notches on the top of the tube can dent fy the choke tube (F g.12).

F g.9

CAUTION Do not load your shotgun unt l you are ready to use t and unload t mmed ately after you have f n shed shoot ng. Always carry your shotgun w th the safety engaged. The user of th s shotgun, and all f rearms, should never depend on the manual safety, or any other mechan cal dev ce, to make a f rearm completely safe. It s your respons b l ty to always keep the muzzle of your f rearm po nted n a safe d rect on.

F g.10 When the button s pushed from the r ght s de of the rece ver, protrud ng to the left s de, you w ll see a red c rcle on the safety button nd cat ng the safety s off and the shotgun s n an unsafe cond t on, ready to f re f the tr gger s pulled, as shown n (F g.11). The d rect ons are oppos te for left hand shotguns.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

F g.12

Mult -Choke Tube Mark ngs and Constr ct ons

Constr ct on Notches Inch mm Cyl nder .000” 0.00 IIIIII Skeet .005” 0.13 IIIII Improved Cyl nder .010” 0.25 IIII Mod f ed .020” 0.51 III Improved Mod f ed .025” 0.64 II Full .035” 0.89 I Name

WARNING: READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE USING THIS SHOTGUN. IT IS IMPORTANT TO LEARN THE PARTS OF YOUR SHOTGUN AND THEIR FUNCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS FIREARM. F g.11

Mark ngs C S IC M IM F

WARNING: PERIODICALLY CHECK TO BE SURE THE CHOKE TUBES ARE TIGHT & PROPERLY SEATED.

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Before chang ng a choke tube, always make sure that your shotgun s unloaded and the safety s n the “Safe” pos t on. To change the choke tubes, use the choke tube wrench. The wrench and add t onal chokes are suppl ed n the shotgun box. Insert the wrench nto the recessed space of the tube and unscrew counterclockw se. Insert the des red choke tube and seat w th the wrench n the clockw se d rect on (F g.13).

AMMUNITION Use only h gh qual ty factory ammun t on spec f cally des gned for your gauge of shotgun. The gauge and chamber are marked on barrel. The shells that can be used for each gauge are l sted at below table. We do not recommend us ng slugs w th choke tubes t ghter than mproved cyl nder.

To load the magaz ne, turn the shotgun ups de down. Insert your cartr dge and push t nto the magaz ne tube unt l t s held n place n the tube by the cartr dge latch. As you nsert each cartr dge you w ll hear a "cl ck" that tells you the latch has closed beh nd the cartr dge and you can now load the next shell (F g.14).

WARNING: STEEL SHOT USAGE

F g.13

WARNING: NEVER FIRE YOUR SHOTGUN WITHOUT A CHOKE TUBE INSTALLED. This could damage the choke tube threads on the inside of the barrels.

WARNING Your shotgun s equ pped w th an o-r ng ns de the gas cyl nder enabl ng t to cycle properly w th l ght loads. It can be removed to reduce the reco l force when shoot ng w th heavy loads.

Your shotgun w ll accommodate steel shot. However steel shot (up to and nclud ng shot s ze #2) should not be f red through your shotgun w th a choke t ghter than mod f ed. If shot larger than #2 s used, the t ghtest choke used should be an mproved cyl nder. Do not use steel shot w th mproved mod f ed, full or extra full choke tubes (flush mount or external). WARNING: ACCIDENTAL LOADING AND DISCHARGE OF SHELLS OF THE WRONG GAUGE IN YOUR GUN CAN RESULT IN DAMAGE TO YOUR GUN AND INJURY TO THE SHOOTER OR OTHERS. Only carry the proper ammun t on w th you when shoot ng.

LOADING

F g.14 Note: Your shotgun s equ pped w th a plug that l m ts the number of cartr dges that your magaz ne tube w ll hold to 2 shells. Removal and nstall ng of the plug s shown n th s manual n the DISASSEMBLY sect on. To load a cartr dge nto the chamber, pull back on the bolt handle. As you pull the bolt handle fully rearward, a cartr dge w ll come out of the magaz ne tube and the cartr dge carr er w ll ra se the shell al gn ng t w th the chamber. Release the bolt handle and the forward travel of the bolt w ll chamber the f rst round (F g.15). Never allow your f ngers or another object to come n contact w th the tr gger wh le load ng.

When load ng, keep the safety on at all t mes and keep the muzzle po nted n a safe d rect on. Gauge & Chamber

Shells can be used

12/76

12Ga 3”

12/70

12Ga 2 ¾”

12/76

12Ga 3”

12/89

12Ga 3 ½”

12/70

12Ga 2 ¾”

12/76

12Ga 3”

20/76

20Ga 3”

20/70

20Ga 2 ¾”

20/76

20Ga 3”

28/70

28Ga 2 ¾”

28/70

28Ga 2 ¾”

12/89 12Ga 3 ½”

Do not use a cartr dge that s longer than the max mum cartr dge length that s stamped on the barrel. 5

F g.15 Your shotgun s now loaded and ready to f re f the safety s moved to the OFF pos t on.


FIRING To f re the shotgun, hold the shotgun f rmly w th both hands and the proper placement of the butt stock to your shoulder and cheek. A m at your target. Press the safety button nto the OFF pos t on and pull the tr gger. The system that operates your sem -auto w ll f re the cartr dge n the chamber, eject the f red case and load the next cartr dge nto the chamber, each t me that you pull the tr gger.Be prepared to e ther f re your next shot or engage the safety n the ON pos t on after f r ng.

V sually check to make sure that no cartr dges may be rema n ng n the chamber or magaz ne tube and depress the bolt release button to close the act on/bolt. If you want to unload w thout pull ng the bolt handle; turn your gun and press the carr er, press the latch wh ch s the r ght s de of the rece ver. The shell, wh ch had been loaded, w ll eject (F g.17). Unload the shells by press ng the latch for every one. Be careful not to allow the shot shell to eject onto a hard surface, wh ch may cause the shell to d scharge.

2. Remove the forend by sl d ng t away from the rece ver and off the end of the magaz ne tube (F g.19).

F g.19 3. Remove the barrel by pull ng the barrel out of the rece ver assembly and out from around the magaz ne tube (F g.20).

UNLOADING Before unload ng, make sure the safety s n the ON pos t on. And keep the muzzle po nted n a safe d rect on. Never allow your f ngers or another object to come n contact w th the tr gger dur ng unload ng. Pull the bolt handle completely to the rear and th s w ll eject any cartr dge that s rema n ng n the chamber. Close and open the bolt repeatedly to chamber and then eject all cartr dges that may be rema n ng n the magaz ne tube or chamber (F g.16).

F g.20 F g.17

DISASSEMBLY

4. Remove the gas p ston and p ston buffer (F g.21).

Before d sassembl ng your shotgun, be absolutely certa n that t s unloaded. As an added precaut on, v sually check the chamber and the magaz ne tube for any cartr dges. Put the safety n the on pos t on. 1. Remove the magaz ne tube cap by unscrew ng t counter clockw se (F g.18).

1 2 F g.21

F g.16

F g.18

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5. You can remove the bolt handle by mov ng the act on bar rearward under spr ng tens on w th your left hand, unt l the bolt moves enough for you to al gn t w th the cutout hole n the bolt that rece ves the handle. At th s po nt, the bolt handle can be freely removed from the bolt (F g.22). Remember that the bolt s st ll under tens on from the spr ng.

8. The act on bar, act on bar sleeve and bolt assembly can be separated for clean ng. L ft the bolt off the act on bar by s mply pull ng t up and off the bar (F g.25).

F g.27

F g.25

F g.22

9. Separate the act on bar from the act on bar sleeve by pull ng the act on bar up and away from the act on bar sleeve as shown n (F g.26).

6. After you remove the bolt handle, the ent re act on bar/bolt assembly and act on bar sleeve can be removed from the shotgun by pull ng the act on bar off the end of the magaz ne tube (F g.23).

2 F g.28

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No further d sassembly of the tr gger group s recommended for anyone other than a tra ned gunsm th. F g.26

F g.23 7. Remove the magaz ne spr ng from around the magaz ne tube (F g.24).

F g.24 7

11. Once the reta n ng p ns are removed, the ent re tr gger group can be removed from the rece ver by pull ng down on the tr gger guard (F g.28).

12. When re nstall ng the tr gger group, the hammer must be n ts cocked pos t on. To cock the hammer, pull down on the hammer w th your thumb unt l t locks nto place as shown n (F g.29).

10. The tr gger group may be removed from the rece ver for further clean ng of the rece ver and tr gger group. It s recommended that a thorough clean ng be performed every 300 rounds. To remove the tr gger group, f rst remove the two tr gger group reta n ng p ns by us ng a punch to dr ve the p ns out of the rece ver (F g.27).

F g.29


MAGAZINE CAPACITY PLUG Your shotgun s suppl ed w th a plug to l m t the capac ty of cartr dges n the magaz ne tube. Your country's regulat ons may not requ re th s plug to be used so t may be removed. When the barrel s removed from the shotgun, hold the magaz ne spr ng reta ner w th one of hand and push t down gently. W th the other hand, press n the slot on the magaz ne tube w th a screwdr ver and push t upwards (F g.30).

F g.31

CLEANING AND STORAGE

SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS

2

1

F g.30

Be careful at th s po nt, as the reta ner holds a spr ng ns de of the magaz ne tube and the spr ng s under tens on. To replace the reta ner plug, al gn the tab on the plug so that t cl cks nto place and push. Your shotgun has now been completely d sassembled. No further d sassembly of your shotgun s necessary for rout ne ma ntenance and clean ng. Our serv ce department or a competent gunsm th should only perform any further d sassembly. An exploded v ew of the d sassembled shotgun s shown n (F g.31). Note: Photographs shown n th s manual may not be from the exact model that you have but the nstruct ons w ll apply to the model you have.

After extended shoot ng sess ons, t w ll be necessary to clean your shotgun. Sem -auto shotguns requ re more clean ng than any other type of shotgun, because of the r gas operated construct on. Per od cally, clean the bore w th proper clean ng equ pment. O l all metal surfaces l ghtly w th h gh qual ty gun o l. Never pour o l nto any ns de mechan sms. If you w ll be stor ng your shotgun for long per ods of t me, apply gun grease to all metal parts, store the shotgun n a dry, and secure area. When you clean the shotgun, make sure the muzzle s not plugged w th any heavy grease that would cause a barrel obstruct on.

If your shotgun does requ re serv ce, contact our local serv ce department by e-ma l, letter, fax or telephone. If you should ever have to send your shotgun back for repa r please follow these nstruct ons: a) Make absolutely certa n t s unloaded; b) Do not send ammun t on w th your shotgun; c) Remove any accessor es; d) Please package the gun securely (be certa n gun parts can not sh ft dur ng sh pment) n a su table sh pp ng conta ner; e) Please nclude, w th your f rearm, a clear descr pt on of the problem and serv ce you w sh us to perform; f) Please g ve us a clear sh p-to address, (no P.O. Box numbers) your dayt me phone number and f poss ble a fax number and ema l address; g) Please place your correspondence ns de the package; h) If you have any quest ons, please contact the serv ce department, at; 8


MODEL 228 SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN PART DIAGRAM 61c

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MODEL 220 SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN PART DIAGRAM 61c

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MODEL 212 SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN PART DIAGRAM 61c

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MODELS 212 - 220 - 228 SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN PART LIST

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PART NAME

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PART NAME

1 2 3 3a 4 5 5a 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Reco l Pad Screw (x2) Reco l Pad Stock Stock Inner Frame Stock Screw Stock Screw Washer Washer Stopper Rece ver Bolt Reco l Pad Latch T p Latch T p P n Latch Spr ng Latch P n Latch P n Detent Spr ng Act on Release Button Act on Release Button Spr ng Latch Magaz ne Tube Magaz ne Follower Magaz ne Spr ng Magaz ne Spr ng Reta ner Forend Magaz ne Cap Tr gger Plate Tr gger Plate P n Bush ng (x2)

24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37a 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47

Tr gger Plate P n Detent Spr ng (x2) Tr gger Plate P n (x2) Safety Button Safety Button Detent P n Safety Button Spr ng Safety Spr ng Reta n ng P n Tr gger Tr gger Sear Tr gger P n Tr gger Spr ng Tr gger Sear Detent Spr ng Tr gger Sear Detent P n Carr er Carr er Dog Carr er Dog P n Carr er Dog Follower Carr er Dog Follower Spr ng Carr er Dog Follower Plate Hammer Hammer P n Hammer Plunger Hammer Spr ng Act on Spr ng Act on Bar Act on Bar Sleeve

48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 59a 60 61 61a 61b 61c 61d 61e 61f 61g 61h 61 61j 62

P ston Buffer P ston P ston Seal Breech Bolt F r ng P n F r ng P n Spr ng F r ng P n Reta n ng P n Extractor Extractor Plunger Extractor Spr ng Extractor P n Lock ng Block Lock ng Block Ball Bolt Handle Barrel Barrel Rear Part Barrel Collar Front S ght Top Vent lated R b Ejector P n O-R ng Ejector Block P n Ejector Spr ng Gu de Ejector Spr ng Ejector Mob le Choke

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MODEL 212 TAC SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN PART DIAGRAM 66d 66b 66a 66

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MODEL 212 TAC SEMI AUTO SHOTGUN PART LIST

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Reco l Pad Screw (x2) Reco l Pad Stock Stock Connect on Part Reco l Pad Sl ng Attachment R.H. Sl ng Attachment L.H. P stol Gr p Buttom Cower Stock Screw Stock Screw Washer Washer Stopper Rece ver Bolt Reco l Pad Latch T p Latch T p P n Latch Spr ng Latch P n Latch P n Detent Spr ng Act on Release Button Act on Release Button Spr ng Latch Magaz ne Tube Magaz ne Follower Magaz ne Spr ng Magaz ne Spr ng Reta ner Forend Magaz ne Cap Sl ng Attachment Tr gger Plate Tr gger Plate P n Bush ng (x2) Tr gger Plate P n Detent Spr ng (x2)

25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 37a 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54

Tr gger Plate P n (2) Safety Button Safety Button Detent P n Safety Button Spr ng Safety Spr ng Reta n ng P n Tr gger Tr gger Sear Tr gger P n Tr gger Spr ng Tr gger Sear Detent Spr ng Tr gger Sear Detent P n Carr er Carr er Dog Carr er Dog P n Carr er Dog Follower Carr er Dog Follower Spr ng Carr er Dog Follower Plate Hammer Hammer P n Hammer Plunger Hammer Spr ng Act on Spr ng Act on Bar Act on Bar Sleeve P ston Buffer P ston P ston Seal Breech Bolt F r ng P n F r ng P n Spr ng F r ng P n Reta n ng P n

55 56 57 58 59 59a 60 61 61a 61b 61f 61g 61h 61 61j 62 64 64a 65 65a 65b 65c 65d 65e 65f 65g 66 66a 66b 66c 66d

Extractor Extractor Plunger Extractor Spr ng Extractor P n Lock ng Block Lock ng Block Ball Bolt Handle Barrel Barrel Rear Part Barrel Collar O-R ng Ejector Block P n Ejector Spr ng Gu de Ejector Spr ng Ejector Mob le Choke Tube P cat nny Ra l P cat nny Ra l Screw (x4) Rear S ght Rear S ght Spr ng (x2) Rear S ght Adjustment Spr ng Rear S ght Plate Rear S ght Hor zontal Adjust ng Screw Rear S ght R ng Rear S ght Vert cal Adjust ng Screw Rear S ght Screw (x2) Front S ght Upper Part Front S ght O R ng (x2) Front S ght F ber Opt c Holder (x2) Front S ght F ber Opt c Front S ght Screw (x2) 14


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Importer: European American Armory Corporation EAA Corp www.eaacorp.com Email: eaacorp@eaacorp.com 1426 King Street Cocoa, FL 32922 Phone: (321) 639-4842


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