Inleiding

The oil in your Carbine should be replaced every 500-1000 shots to maximize its lifetime. Be sure to purchase a 20-weight lubricant. Any other lubricant will cause damage.

Onderdelen

Geen onderdelen nodig.

Make sure the safety is on!
  • Make sure the safety is on!

  • Place the carbine with the saddle ring and leather thong facing upwards.

  • Locate the screw head on the cocking lever.

  • There should be one on either side of the saddle ring and one on the cocking lever assembly.

  • Place a #2 Phillips Screwdriver in the 11/16ths of an inch, matte black screw on the cocking lever assembly. Twist with a counter-clockwise motion.

  • Completely remove the screws.

  • Be wary of the black washers on the other side of the Carbine. Be sure to keep track of them once they fall out after the screws are removed

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Remove the cocking lever by placing your dominant hand’s fingers through the cocking lever handle.
  • Remove the cocking lever by placing your dominant hand’s fingers through the cocking lever handle.

  • With your fingers in the handle, slide the lever towards the butt of the carbine.

  • Finally, pull the cocking lever and carbine in opposite directions to replace the cocking lever.

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  • Once the cocking lever is removed, place the carbine with the saddle ring facing upwards.

  • Locate the screws on either side of the saddle ring.

  • Using a #2 Phillips Screwdriver, twist in a counter-clockwise motion.

  • Completely remove the two screws.

  • Be wary of the two washers on the other side of the Carbine. Be sure to keep track of them once they fall out after the screws are removed

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  • Now rotate your carbine so the top of the carbine is visible.

  • Locate the screw located above the saddle ring where the black metal meets the wooden butt.

  • Using the same #2 Phillips Screwdriver, twist in a counter-clockwise motion.

  • Completely remove the screw.

  • Be wary that this screw is a different length, and that there is no washer attached to it.

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  • Place your dominant hand on the wooden butt and your other hand on the metal barrel.

  • Slide the butt away from the Carbine until it is free of the metal tongs.

  • The butt will not slide out quickly. The metal tongs grip the butt so that it is a tight fit.

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  • Wiggling the firing mechanism and pull it out of the back opening of the carbine.

  • There is oil on the firing mechanism and it may be slippery.

  • The firing mechanism may take some maneuvering and time to get out of the gun.

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  • Locate the oil hole above the center of the forearm.

  • The forearm is the wooden portion of the gun that is not the butt.

  • Add two drops of 20 weight oil in the oil hole.

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  • Place two to three drops of oil on the ridged area of the firing mechanism.

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  • Place two to three drops of oil on the cocking lever, to the right of the screw hole.

  • This will be near the point the cocking lever rotates about.

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Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Timothy Gachot

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