Browning Bt 100 Barrel

Browning Sporter Back Bored

Use the larger, 3mm alien wrench to loosen the adjustment studs. Turn about 1 4 turn. Raise or lower to the desired height then secure with the stock adjustment set screws Downward travel of the cheek piece is limited by how far two drop stop screws have been extended. The drop stop screws are the wo small screws on the underside of the cheek piece (one near each adjustment stud hole in the bottom of the check piece). They prevent the cheek piece from inadvertently dropping lower than the...

Invector Plus Choke Tube System

BT-100 shotguns feature the Invector-Plus choke tube system. The Invector-Plus system is a screw in choke tube system with interchangeable tubes. You can confirm this by reading the inscription on the right side of the barrel. The words INVECTOR-PLUS mean your shotgun uses the Invector-Plus choke tube system designed for use in Browning 12 gauge shotguns with back-bored barrels. The extra length, combined with special tube tapers, gives the finest possible patterns for target shooters. Plus,...

Make Certain There Is Not A Shell In The Chamber

Browning 100 Assembly

1 Locate the triangular-shaped button on the left side of the receiver, directly behind the trigger. 2 Push this button in to the right and hold the button in while at the same time pulling down on the trigger guard. This will remove the assembly out of the action See Figures 12 and 13 . 3 Reinstallation is the reverse. With your gun still unloaded, start the trigger assembly in front first and angle it upward until the back end clicks into position engaging the release mechanism. It is not...

Before Beginning Any Disassembly Procedures Make Certain There Is Nota Shell In The Chamber

Browning 100

1 With the action closed, anchor the buttstock against your upper leg and pull the takedown lever latch outward. 2 At the same time, pivot the forearm away from the barrel See Figure 11 . Set the forearm aside. 3 Break open the action in the usual manner. Always keep the muzzle of your shotgun pointed down range at all times when on the shooting line. When leaving or moving along the line always open the action. Never have the action of your BT-100 closed except when you are on the line, ready...

Browning Bt-100

Fit Forarm Bracket

Your vision and judgment could be dangerously impaired, making your gun handling unsafe to you and to others. Recoil Recoil In conventional gun terminology, the position and movement of gun parts are described as they occur with the gun horizontal and in normal firing position i.e., the muzzle is forward or front butt stock is rearward or rear trigger is downward or underneath the rib is upward or on top. For general parts nomenclature refer to Figure 1. For specific parts names related to...

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Single Barrel Gauge Parts

Highly skilled techniques of hand-Fitting and polishing have been used to accomplish the hairline fitting of metal pans on this gun. These painstaking operations are nccessary to prevent looseness, even after long use. You may consider your new gun to be slightly stiff. This close fitting, however, assures you of long lasting dependability. 4 Carefully disengage the barrel lug from the hinge pin and lift the barrel upward out of the action. 5 Reattach the forearm to the barrels as explained...