The Barrel to the Receiver

The Gold shotgun is delivered, in the box. with the barrel removed and the forearm still attached to the magazine tube. It is important to follow the exact sequence for assembly in steps 1 and 2, in order to properly assemble your Gold shotgun.

ALWAYS PLACE THE SAFETY IN THE "ON SAFE" POSITION BEFORE ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES AND CHECK YOUR GUN CAREFULLY TO BE CERTAIN THAT THE CHAMBER, FEED MECHANISM AND MAGAZINE CONTAIN NO SHELLS.

2 Components of the gas system: the gas piston tube and gas bracket seal will remain in place and do not need to be removed, except for cleaning. If the components of the gas system have been removed, reinstall them as explained below. Otherwise, proceed to step 5.

3 Slide the piston tube onto the magazine tube with the piston rod and piston rod spring end first. Check the piston rod to make sure it is aligned with the hole in the forearm shoe. (See Figure 3)

4 With the piston tube in place, slide the gas bracket seal on the magazine tube. IMPORTANT: The tapered end of the gas bracket seal must face the gas bracket. The gas bracket seal must be fitted properly in order to effectively seal gases for precise operation of the gas system. (See Figure 4).

Figure 5

Bracket

With the gun in the vertical position, line the gas bracket over the magazine tube (See figure 5). Slide the gas piston tube up to meet the gas bracket so that the piston goes up into the gas bracket. The barrel extension should slip solidly down into the receiver. Make sure the piston tube assem-

1 Unscrew the magazine cap and remove it.

2 Remove the forearm by sliding it forward off the magazine tube.

3 For cleaning, remove the barrel and piston tube assembly by sliding them forward off of the magazine tube. See "Cleaning and Maintenance Suggestions" on page 18, 19 and 20 for cleaning procedures

If you are disassembling for storage, return the piston tube assembly onto the magazine tube as shown previously in Figure 4. Reinstall the forearm over the magazine tube and screw on the magazine cap. You will then have two compact units: the barrel, and the action with forearm and stock.

CAUTION: AFTER THE BARREL HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM YOUR GUN, LEA VE THE BOLT IN THE OPEN POSITION. DO NOT PRESS THE CARRIER RELEASE BUTTON.

bly and piston rcxl moves freely into the hole on the forearm shoe and receiver.

6 Replace the foreami by sliding it onto the magazine tube and over the gas bracket so it seats securely. Install the magazine cap. Make sure the magazine cap is fully tightened down.

Disassembly of the Barrel

From the Receiver_

BEFORE STARTING DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES, VISUALLY INSPECT THE CHAMBER, FEED MECHANISM AND MAGAZINE TO BE ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN THE SHOTGUN IS COMPLETEL Y UNLOADED. POINT THE BARREL IN A SAFE DIRECTION.

If the lx)lt is released forward with the barrel removed, the operating handle will be driven against the edge of the ejection port, which will cause damage to the receiver.

Disassembly of the

Trigger Group and Bolt Assembly

It is not necessary or recommended that the trigger group or lx)lt be removed except if the action becomes excessively dirty or wet. If this

/ j occurs, disassemble the action for a complete cleaning as explained below. Detailed cleaning procedures are outlined under "Cleaning and Maintenance" on page 18, 19 and 20. Full disassembly involves removal of the lx)lt assem-

Mossberg 500 Trigger Assembly

bly and the trigger group. Any disassembly beyond this should only be performed by a competent gunsmith.

ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION WHEN PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE OR DISASSEMBLY.

REMOVING THE TRIGGER GROUP—

1 First, make certain the gun is totally unloaded and the "safety" is "on safe."

CHECK THE MAGAZINE, FEED MECHANISM AND CHAMBER TO BE SURE THEY DO NOT CONTAIN ANY SHELLS

2 While holding the bolt handle, release the bolt to its forward position by depressing the carrier release button. Again use caution when releasing the bolt assembly to its forward position. If you allow the bolt assembly to slam closed with the barrel removed you can damage the receiver.

3 Push in the trigger guard pin from the right (ejection port) side. Use a drive punch or similar object, using caution not to scratch the receiver. (See Figure 6) Push the trigger guard pin clear through the left side of the receiver.

Cleaning Browning Auto
grasp the trigger guard and pull it up and rearward, out of the receiver. (See Figure 7)

5 Perform any cleaning of the parts and receiver cavity as necessary.

DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THE TRIGGER GROUP BEYOND THIS POINT.

REASSEMBLY—

1 Make sure the bolt is fully forward and engaged in the locked position.

2 Insert the front of the trigger group back into the receiver so that the lugs on each side of the front of the trigger guard fit into the rails in the receiver.

3 Lower the trigger guard until the hole in the trigger group lines up with the holes on each side of the receiver. Reinsert the trigger guard pin and gently lap it into place with a plastic or wooden mallet, again using caution not to scratch the receiver.

Browning Gold semi-auto 10 ga. shotgun

Semi Auto Shotgun Parts

Schematic is provided for parts identification only and should not be used as a guide to assemble guns.

IMPORTANT: When ordering parts, list part numter, part name, caliber, model and serial number. (Do not order parts using key numbers.)

CAUTION: Browning parts are made exclusively for Browning guns and are not recommended for use in other guns even though models may be similar. Inadequately fitted parts may be dangerous.

Parts List: Browning Gold semi-auto 10 ga. shotgun_

When ordering parts please indicate the model name, serial number, stock style, and exterior finish. Do not order parts using key numbers-

KEY NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

KEY NO.

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

01

P015C04

Barrel Extension

54

P015238

Magazine Cap

02

P0150C8

Bolt

55

P015242

Magazine Follower

' P015010

Bolt Assembly

56

P015246

Magazine Tube Spring

03

P015014

Bolt Cut Olf

57

P021407

Magazine Tube Spnng Relayer Gold 10 & BPS

04

P015016

Bolt Cut OK Retaining Pin

58

P015255

Magazine 3-shot adapter

05

P015020

Bolt Cut Oil Spring

59

P015260

Magazine Tube

06

P015024

Bolt Handle

60

P015264

Piston

07

P015028

Bolt Handle Retainer

61

P015269

Piston Ring

OS

P015032

Boll Handle Retainer Pin

62

P015274

Piston Rod

09

P015036

Bon Handle Retainer Spring

63

P015284

Piston Rod Retainer Pin

10

P015040

Boll Slide

64

P015288

Piston Rod Spring

11

P015044

Bo:i Slide Link

65

P015292

Piston Seal

12

P015048

Bolt Slide Link Pin

66

P015298

Pision Tube

13

P015052

Boll Unlocking Pin

67

r P015305

Receiver

14

P015055

BuHer Assembly

67

r P015303

Receiver Stalker

15

P015058

Bufler

68

P015310

Receiver Ramp

16

P015060

Buffer Plate Assembly

69

P015314

Receiver Ramp Set Screw

17

P015062

Bufler Plate

70

P015318

Recoil Spring Follower

18

P015065

Buffer Plate Pin

71

P015322

Recoil Spring Inner

1S

P015068

Bufler Plate Top Pin

72

P015326

Recoil Spring Outer

20

PO15074

Butt Stock

73

P015330

Recoil Spring Tube

20

PO15072

Butt Stock Composite

74

P015335

Recoil Spring Tube Plug

21

' P015080

Carrier

75

P025338

Recoil Spring Tube Plug Pin (2)

' P015082

Carrier Assembly

76

P015342

Reinlorcing Plate

22

' P015084

Carrier Latch

77

P021201

RibGokJ 10 & BPS 10 S 12 ga.

23

' P015088

Carrier Latch Pin

78

P021204

Rib Retaining Pm Gold 10 & BPS

24

' P015092

Carrier Latch Pm Retainer Screw

25

' P015096

Carrier Latch Spring Inner

26

' P015100

Carrier Latch spring Outer

27

P015105

Carrier Pawl

28

P015108

Carrier Pawl Pin

29

P015116

Carrier Spring

30

P015122

CutOfl

31

P015126

Cut Of! Sprmg

32

' P015130

Disconnector Assembly

33

' P015134

Disconnector Arm

34

• P021043

Disconnector Assy. Retainer Gold 10 & BPS

35

P015150

Ejector

36

POt 5155

Extractor

37

P015159

Extractor Pm

38

P015164

Extractor Spring

39

P015170

Firing Pin

40

P015174

Firing Pin Retaining Pin

41

P015178

Firing Pm Spacer

42

P015182

Firing Pm Spring

43

P015190

Forearm (watnul)

43

P015188

Forearm Composite

44

P015195

Forearm Reinlorcing Plate

45

P015199

Forearm Shoe

46

P015202

Forearm Shoe Set Screw

47

P015206

Gas Bracket

48

• P015210

Gas Bracket Seal

49

' P015214

Hammer

50

P015218

Hammer Pm

51

PO15222

Hammer Spring

52

P021082

Hammer Spring Guide Gold 10 8 BPS

53

P021086

Hammer Spring Pm Gold 10 & BPS

79

' P015368

Safety R 8 L

80

P015372

Safely Plunger

81

P015376

Safety Spring

82

P015380

Safety Spring Screw

83

' P015386

Sear

84

P021139

Sear Pin Gold 10 & BPS 108 12 ga.

85

P015394

Sear Spring

86

POt 1431

Sight Bead (Front) A-5. Gold 10 & BPS

87

P015402

Stock Bolt

83

P021167

Stock Bolt Lock Washer Gold 10 S BPS

89

P015410

Stock Bolt Washer

90

P015414

Stock Spacer Plate

91

P021329

Stock Spacer Plate Pin Gold 10 8 BPS

92

' P015424

Trigger GoVJ Plated

92

' P015426

Trigger Stalker. Blued

93

P015428

Trigger Adjusting Screw

94

P015434

Trigger Guard

94

P015436

Trigger Guard Stalker

95

P015439

Trigger Guard Rail (R)

96

P015443

Trigger Guard Rail (L)

97

P015450

Trigger Guard Pin

98

P015454

Trigger Guard Pin Bushing

99

P015458

Trigger Guard Pin Retainer

100

P015462

Trigger Pm

101

P015468

Trigger Spring

102

P021191

Trigger Spring Follower Go'-d 10 8 BPS

103

P021193

Trigger Spring Pm Gold 10 & BPS

•|n<3»caies part must be fitted by our shop or a qualified gunsmith.

jPart may be purchased only by holders o1 current valid Federal Firearms License.

•|n<3»caies part must be fitted by our shop or a qualified gunsmith.

jPart may be purchased only by holders o1 current valid Federal Firearms License.

Gunsmith Certificate

Figure 9

Figure 11

Rest bolt slide link on notches.

Browning Bps Trigger Assembly

REMO VING THE BOL T ASSEMBL Y—

To remove the bolt assembly you must first remove the trigger group, as explained previously.

sembly by pulling it back and upwards out of the receiver. (See Figure 10).

DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THE BOLT

ASSEMBLY BEYOND THIS POINT.

Figure 10

Browning Gold Sliding Bolt

Figure 11

Rest bolt slide link on notches.

Figure 10

Figure 9

REMO VING THE BOL T ASSEMBL Y—

To remove the bolt assembly you must first remove the trigger group, as explained previously.

1 Grasp the operating handle firmly and pull it outward, removing it from the bolt (See Figure 8)

2 With the gun inverted (trigger guard up position), locate where the bolt slide link enters the recoil spring follower. To extract the bolt slide link from the recoil spring follower depress the recoil spring follower with a screw driver, while at the same time holding the bolt slide link forward with long-noise pliers (See Figure 9). The bolt slide link can then easily be pulled out of the recoil spring follower. Using the bolt slide link as a handle, remove the slide as sembly by pulling it back and upwards out of the receiver. (See Figure 10).

DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THE BOLT

ASSEMBLY BEYOND THIS POINT.

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