Scope Mount

Ail calibers are drilled and tapped for scope mounts. See your Browning dealer to purchase the scope mount base and rings designed for the A-Bolt II. The correct procedure for cleaning your A-Bolt II is as follows 1 The A-Bolt Us trigger is preset at the factory. The trigger pull can be adjusted within a range of approximately 3 to 6 pounds. To adjust the trigger pull, first make certain that the rifle is unloaded. Next lower the floorplate and carefully remove the trigger guard screw See...

Cleaning the magazine

Depending on how often you shoot, it is helpful to disassemble the box magazine for cleaning. First, remove the detachable box magazine from the rifle. Slide the magazine bottom plate out to the rear. The magazine spring and follower can then be easily removed for inspection. Wipe off any dirt or residue then apply a very thin coat of oil and wipe clean again. Too much oil will only serve to collect oil 5 AFTER FOULING HAS BEEN REMOVED, THE BORE SHOULD BE WIPED DRY. Then pass a slightly oiled...

Operation of the safety

The Safety Bolt Action Rifle

The safety is located on the top tang at the rear of the receiver. When the safetv is drawn with the thumb to the rear, the gun is in the uon safe posi tion. This blocks the trigger and locks the boll in the closed position. In this position an US will appear on the tang in front of the safety. WHENEVER A CARTRIDGE IS CHAMBERED, THE RIFLE SHOULD BE KEPT IN THE ON SAFE POSITION UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO FIRE IT. When the safety is pushed forward, the , S will be covered and a red dot on the stock...

The Browning Aboltii Rifle

Schematic is provided for parts identification only and should not be used as a guide to assemble he rifle. IMPORTANT When ordering parts, list code number, part name, caliber, model and serial number. Do not order parts using key numbers. CAUTION Browning parts are made exclusively for Browning guns and should not l gt e used in other guns even though models may be similar. Inadequately fitted parts may be dangerous. Parts List Browning A-Bolt II Rifle This parts list refers 10 the Browning...

Parts List Browning ABolt II Rifle

Bolt Action Rifle Browning

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General operation of the ABolt II rifle

The A-Bolt II is a bolt action rifle that operates by lifting the bolt handle, drawing the bolt rearward and then sliding the bolt forward and rotating the bolt downward until it stops. This process takes a cartridge from the magazine and loads it into the chamber for firing. Operation of Left-hand models is identical except that the bolt is located on the left side of the receiver. All operations of the A-Bolt 11 are illustrated in this manual with a right-hand model. CAREFULLY READ THE...

Further Disassembly

Browning Bolt Disassembly

NEVER A TTEMPT TO TAKE YOUR A-BOLTII APART FURTHER THAN EXPLAINED IN THIS MANUAL. This is a specialized, finely fitted mechanism. You may pennanently mar it by attempting to disassemble the inner mechanism assemblies. If further disassembly for service or cleaning is required, take your gun to a Browning recommended Service Center or a competent gunsmith, or send it to our Arnold, Missouri Sen-ice Facility as explained under Service or Repair.