Parts Legend

1. Receiver

2. Barrel

3. Stock

4. Fore-end

5. Fore-end support

6. Barrel lock screw

7. Cartridge ramp

8. Fore-end hanger

9. Receiver bushing

10. Receiver cover

11. Trigger plate pin, front

12. Trigger plate pin, rear

13. Hammer plunge'

14. Hammer spring

15. Trigger plate

16. Safety

17. Safety spring retaining pin

18. Safety plunger

19. Safety spring

20. Trigger

21. Trigger pin

22. Connector, left

23. Connector, right

24. Connector pin

25. Action bar lock

26. Carrier

27. Carrier spring

28. Carrier pivot tube

29. Trigger plate pin detent spring, front

30. Hammer

31. Sear

32. Sear pin

33. Sear spring

34. Locking bar

35. Locking bar spring

36. Locking bar retaining screw

37. Hammer pin

38. Magazine follower

39. Magazine follower spring

40. Inner magazine tube

41. Magazine plug

42. Outer magazine tube

43. Magazine ring

44. Magazine screw

45. Front sight

46. Action bar

47. Fore-end screw

48. Fore-end nut

49. Fore-end escutcheon

50. Bolt

51. Firing pin

52. Extractor, right

53. Extractor, left

54. Extractor pin

55. Extractor spring

56. Firing pin retaining pin

57. Open sight leaf

58. Rear sight screw (2)

59. Rear sight step

60. Trigger plate pin bushing, rear

61. Trigger plate pin detent spring, rear

62. Buttplate screw (2)

63. Buttplate

64. Stock bolt

65. Stock bolt lock washer (2)

66. Stock bolt washor

67. Ejector

3 To remove bolt (50) from barrel, lift action bar (46) lug away from bolt and slide bolt from barrel

5 To remove extractors (52 & 53), drift out extractor pin (54) with fine punch. Extractors and extractor spring (55) can then be lifted away from bolt

6 To reassemble extractors, insert right extractor (52) into bolt slot. Caution: Ex-tractors must be reassembled to bolt with firing pin removed. Insert extractor pin (54) into pin hole (B) from bottom side of bolt so that it rests ¬°ust inside corresponding extractor hole. Replace extractor spring, press in left extractor (53) and reset extractor pin through balance of the bolt-wm

To remove firing pin (51), drift out firing pin retaining pin (56) with fine flat-nosed punch. Lift firing pin from bolt

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