Disassembly

After having made certain there is no shell in either chamber and with the action closed, anchor the gun s butt stock against the upper leg and lift outward on the takedown latch. At the same time, grasp the forearm and with the help of the left hand pivot the forearm away from the barrels and remove the forearm.

Break the gun in the usual manner. Carefully disengage the barrel lug from the hinge pin and lift the barrels upward out of the action. Hie forearm can now be reattached to the barrels for storage.

DO NOT TAKE THE GUN APART BEYOND DISMOUNTING THE BARRELS AND FOREARM FROM THE ACTION.

This is a specialized, finely fitted mechanism. You may hopelessly mar it, and more complete disassembly of the gun is not required for normal maintenance.

Standard Invector choke tubes are steel and lead shot compatible. Browning's universal tube wrench is used to remove and install these tubes.

12 & 20 GAUGE INVECTOR PLUS SYSTEM -

CAUTION: Invector PLUS tubes are for use in Browning shotguns with back-bored barrels only, and are not interchangeable with Standard Invector choke tubes. Do not use Invector PLUS tubes in barrels threaded for standard Invector tubes. Do not use standard Invector tubes in barrels threaded for Invector PLUS tubes. Failure to follow these warnings may cause damage to your gun and cause injury to vourself and others.

Invector PLUS Tubes are fully steel and lead shot compatible. A special "Plus" choke tube wrench is provided to remove and tighten these tubes.

DO NOT FIRE THIS SHOTGUN WITHOUT HAVING A PROPER CHOKE TUBE INSTALLED.

Permanent damage may result to the threads.

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