Introduzione

To repair your cocking lever you will need a Phillips 2 screwdriver. In addition to this, this manual requires you to remove a small screw and washer from the carbine. To avoid losing these, replace your cocking lever on a table or similar workspace.

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

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

Timothy Gachot

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