Before Performing Any Adjustments Always Make Certain There Is No Shell In The Chamber

1 STANDARD MODEL: Loosen the comb by inserting a %4" Allen wrench through the hole found on the upper left of the recoil pad and into the Allen screw located within the recoil pad (Figure 11). Turn wrench counterclockwise three full turns to loosen Allen screw. This will sufficiently loosen the Adjustable Comb, allowing adjustments to be easily made. The cheekpiece comes set from the factory with comb in the lowest position.

GRACOIL MODEL: Remove the butt plate by inserting a 3/32" Allen wrench into the single hole on the right side of the butt plate and turn the set screw counterclockwise two turns to loosen the screw (Figure 12). Removing the butt plate gives access to the the hole 18 found on the upper left of the stock plate. (Figure 13). Loosen the

FIGURE 16

comb by inserting a %4" Allen wrench through the hole found on the upper left of the stock plate and into the Allen screw located within the stock plate (Figure 14). Turn wrench counterclockwise three full turns to loosen Allen screw. This will sufficiently loosen the Adjustable Comb, allowing adjustments to be easily made. The cheek-piece comes set from the factory with comb in the lowest position.

2 With Allen screw loose, carefully adjust comb to desired position (Figure 16) by sliding each post equally in the desired direction. DROP AT COMB ADJUSTMENTS ARE A MATTER OF TRIAL AND ERROR. Adjust in small increments until the desired sight picture on the rib is reached. Each increment represents W.

3 To decrease drop at comb, carefully slide each post up equally. To increase drop at comb, carefully slide each post down equally. Sliding each post equally will reduce the chance of the comb binding.

4 STANDARD MODEL: Once your desired drop at comb is obtained, tighten the Allen screw in the recoil pad. The screw needs to be firmly tightened, but be careful not to over tighten. Drop is now set on your shotgun. GRACOIL MODEL: Once your desired drop at comb is obtained, tighten the Allen screw in the stock plate. The screw needs to be firmly tightened, but be careful not to over tighten. Drop is now set on your shotgun.

Reinstall the butt plate by sliding it back into the stock and tighten the set screws using the 3332" Allen wrench. Do not over tighten.

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