Assembly

1 BEFORE USING, CLEAN ANTI-RUST COMPOUND FROM ALL METAL PARTS, paying close attention to the barrel interior and the breech area. The various exposed metal parts of your new Browning Cynergy Shotgun are coated with a rust preventative compound for protection. Browning Oil is especially suited to remove this compound and give your new gun its first lubrication; however, any quality gun oil may be used. A heavy oil or grease is recommended to lubricate the ejector cams on both sides of the barrels, along with the MonoLock Hinge mating surfaces on both sides of the receiver (hinged surfaces) to prevent galling.

2 Prior to assembly, always make certain there is no shell in either chamber. Remove the forearm from the barrels by pulling outward on the forearm latch, slightly pivoting the front of the forearm away from the barrels and moving the forearm forward (Figure 3). After cleaning exposed metal areas carefully, place one or two drops of heavy gun oil or grease on the MonoLock Hinge surfaces,

Browning Cynergy Ejector Timing

Remove the forearm from the barrels.

Place one or two drops of heavy oil or grease on the MonoLock Hinge surfaces, ejector cams and locking pin surfaces.

Remove the forearm from the barrels.

ejector cams and locking hinge surfaces (Figure 4).

3 To attach the barrels to the action, grasp the stock's pistol grip with your right hand and anchor the butt stock between your right forearm and right side. With the thumb of your right hand, move the top lever sideways to the extreme right. Grasping the barrels in the left hand, engage the receiver into the mating MonoLock Hinge's circular arc on the barrel set (Figure 5).

4 Push and rotate the receiver into the arc in a forward, upward direction, engaging and following the arc. You will see the ejector spring begin to compress. Keep pushing/rotating the receiver in until it fully

Place one or two drops of heavy oil or grease on the MonoLock Hinge surfaces, ejector cams and locking pin surfaces.

FIGURE 5

FIGURE 5

Engage the receiver into the MonoLock Hinge's circular arc.

FIGURE 6

FIGURE 6

Push and rotate the receiver until it fully engages and locks into the barrel set.

II the receiver is not engaging the barrel set, do not force it. Remove the receiver and start over.

Fit the small round studs inside ol the forearm with the oval recesses on the barrel set.

II the receiver is not engaging the barrel set, do not force it. Remove the receiver and start over.

engages and locks into the barrel set (Figures 6 and 7).

5 To attach the forearm, place the butt of the gun's stock against your upper leg and slide the end of the forearm into the crescent shaped recess of the receiver. Mate the small round studs inside of the forearm with the oval recesses on the barrel set (Figure 8). Pivot the forearm up to the barrel set until it engages tightly (Figure 9). You should hear an audible "click" which signifies that the forearm is properly attached. The forearm latch should be locked and flush with the bottom of the forearm.

CAUTION: WHEN ASSEMBLING YOUR SHOTGUN, DO NOT USE UNDUE FORCE IN CLOSING THE ACTION.

If the action and barrels are not properly aligned, undue force will only cause them to grind together and score or mar the finely fitted surfaces. If there appears to be interference, start over at Step 3, taking time to line the receiver up, engage the mating surfaces and push the receiver into the barrel set.

Fit the small round studs inside ol the forearm with the oval recesses on the barrel set.

FIGURE 9

FIGURE 9

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