Transport And Storage

When transporting your firearm to and from shooting activities, keep it unloaded for your safety and for the safety of others.

When storing your firearm, keep it separated from ammunition, under lock and key and out of the reach of children and other inexperienced or unauthorized persons.

Your stored rifle can be rendered inoperable in many ways. The simplest is to remove the bolt and keep it in a locked drawer. Trigger locks are widely available. Alternatively, with the bolt and floorplate both opened, a simple cable lock (or even a bicycle lock) passed through the magazine well will keep the bolt from being closed. Also, if the bolt is removed an ordinary padlock can be affixed through the rear receiver ring to prevent the bolt from being reinstalled. Wrap the lock with electrical tape to prevent scarring the rifles finish.

It is the responsibility of the purchaser to be absolutely certain that any parts ordered from LSI are of the correct type and are properly fitted and installed by a competent person. This firearm is a precision mechanism and the improper fitting of parts or improper mechanical adjustment may result in a dangerous malfunction, damage to the firearm, and possible serious injury to the shooter or to others. Therefore, the purchaser and/or installer of parts must accept full responsibility for the correct adjustment of and function of the firearm after such installation has been made or attempted.

Even though most gunsmiths have the knowledge, training and ability to make the necessary repairs to your firearm, the skill and workmanship of any particular gunsmith is totally beyond our control. Should your firearm ever require service, we strongly recommend that you return it to LSI.

1

(a)

Barrel

2.

(b)

Receiver

3.

Bolt stop

4.

Bolt stop spring

5.

Bolt stop screw

6.

Receiver plug screw

7A.

Bolt assembly, complete (7-18)

7.

(c)

Bolt body

8.

Extractor

9.

Extractor pin

10

Extractor spring

11.

Ejector

12.

Ejector spring

13.

Ejector pin

14

(d)

Firing pin

15.

Main spring

16.

(d)

Cocking piece

17.

Firing pin retaining pin

18.

(c)

Bolt sleeve

19A.

Trigger assembly,

complete (19-37)

19.

(e)

Trigger housing

20.

(e)

Sear

21.

(e)

Trigger

22.

(e)

Trigger pin

23.

(e)

Retaining ring, trigger pin

24.

(e)

Trigger adjustment screw, front

25.

(e)

Trigger spring

26.

(e)

lock nut

27.

(e)

Sear pin

28.

(e)

Trigger adjustment screw, rear

29.

(e)

Safety plunger

30.

(e)

Safety plunger spring

31.

(e)

Block

32.

(e)

Sear spring

33.

(e)

Sear stop-pin

34.

(e)

Safety guide pin

35.

(e)

Safety

36.

(e)

Retaining ring, safety guide pin

37.

(e)

Washer

38.

Trigger housing screw

39.

Star washer

40A.

Trigger guard assembly,

complete (40-48)

40.

Trigger guard

41.

Floor plate

42.

Floor plate pin

43.

Floor plate catch

44.

Floor plate catch pin

45.

Floor plate catch spring

46.

Magazine

47.

Magazine follower

48.

Magazine spring

49.

Rear guard screw

50.

Front guard screw

51.

Stock (polymer, wood, laminated wood)

52.

(f)

.223 magazine spacer

Notes:

(a) Sold to FFL gunsmiths only, or must be replaced by lSI.

(b) Not sold separately: available only as part of a barreled action or rifle.

(c) 7 and 18 are available only as a matched set, or must be matched by lSI.

(d) 14 and 16 are available only as a matched set, or must be matched by lSI.

(e) Trigger assembly is factory sealed: individual parts are not sold separately.

(f) Required for caliber .223 only.

Ordering Parts:

For information, call: (703) 548.4837, ext.13. or fax (703) 549-7826

EXPLODED VIEW HOWA SERIES 1500

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To expedite service on any firearm returned to us for adjustment or repair, please follow these instructions:

1. Federal law permits you to send a rifle or shotgun to LSI for service via the U.S. Mail (handguns are not mailable except by federal licensees). You also can send it through common carriers such as United Parcel Service (UPS). However, state and local firearms laws vary greatly; you should consult your local prosecuting attorney regarding any restrictive laws in your jurisdiction regarding your receipt of the return shipment. With the above in mind, it is strongly recommended that any firearm sent to us for repair be sent through a Federally licensed dealer.

2. All firearms must be shipped to us prepaid. We will not accept collect shipments

3. Be sure to enclose a i.e"letter referencing the serial number and caliber of your firearm. Also state the nature of trouble experienced or work required. Merely stating "defective" or "repair as necessary" is inadequate information. Please be specific and enclose copies of any previous correspondence.

4. The firearm must be shipped unloaded. Double-check (and triple-check!) before packing. 30

5. Please do not send telescopic sights, custom stocks, slings, bipods or other accessories with any firearm shipped to us. Remove them before shipment. We cannot be responsible for loss or damage to non-standard items.

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