Barreldistance yd

Weaver-stance for distance up to 50 yds.

Line of sight

115 Gr. FMJ

For short range fast action

Weaver Stance

For short range fast action

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Stoppages are almost invariably caused by the ammunition or its maintenance condition. Irregular or very short ejection indicates underpowered cartridges. Unreliable feeding indicates damaged magazine lips or unsuitably shaped bullets. You should also avoid unnecessary dry fire, which causes the bolt face and / or the firing pin to be damaged.

General rule: Remove the magazine

Remove misfired or jammed cartridge Place the firearm on safe If any of the above problems are not solved by cleaning, immediately discontinue the use of the firearm and contact INTRATEC to report malfunction and return for service.

WARRANTY

Failure to return the enclosed warranty card within 7 days will void the one year warranty on this product. This firearm is warranted against defects in materials and workmanship for one year to the initial purchaser only. During the warranty period, INTRATEC will repair or, at its option, replace at no charge components that prove to be defective, provided the gun is returned, shipping prepaid, to INTRATEC.

This warranty does not apply if your firearm has been damaged by accident or misuse, or after any service or modification by someone other than INTRATEC. INTRATEC shall not be liable for consequential damages. NO OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED IS PROVIDED.

SERVICE

Should your firearm require adjustment, repair, or refinishing, we sincerely recommend that the weapon be returned unloaded to the factory. There is no other way to insure that the work will be done in a properly equipped and staffed shop. All returns must include the following information: Full Name, Street Address, City, State, Zip Code and Phone # (No P.O. Boxes). No gun will be accepted for repair if not complete, or if received loaded.

NON-WARRANTY

Charges are very reasonable, being based on the cost of parts replaced plus a labor charge for the time spent on the job. A letter of instruction must be enclosed with the gun, and shipment by individuals must be made prepaid, properly packaged, via U.P.S. Adherence to these suggestions will prevent loss of time in handling at the factory. When your firearm arrives for service, it will be carefully inspected, together with your letter of instructions. Next, a quotation covering the total cost will be sent to you. No actual work will commence before receiving your approval of our quotation.

CARE AND CLEANING

To ensure proper functioning, the firearm should be disassembled and cleaned at reasonably frequent intervals, preferably always after shooting.

Use any good commercial solvent, and after cleaning, lubricate sparingly with a light weight gun oil. Outside surfaces may be protected from corrosion by coating lightly with rust inhibiting oil or grease. Be careful not to drop magazines, as they may be sufficiently deformed to cause malfunctions. Always keep ammunition away from gun during cleaning.

ïTT) EXTRACTOR

3?) EXTRACTOR SCREW

21 6J MAGAZINE BOTTOM PLATE

RECOIL SPRING GUIDE

93iT) STRIKER SPRING GUIDE

140) RECOIL SPRING

^37) STRIKES SPRING

ïTT) EXTRACTOR

3?) EXTRACTOR SCREW

Intratec Parts Diagram

140) RECOIL SPRING

^37) STRIKES SPRING

TEC-DC9

SHOWN

R E AT? STABILIZING DISK CAP

^FACTORY EXCHANGE ONL

21 6J MAGAZINE BOTTOM PLATE

oisconnector spring (J7J> disconnector axis

'ÎtT^i TRinnrR axis

TEC-DC9

SHOWN

R E AT? STABILIZING DISK CAP

SLING CATCH

oisconnector spring (J7J> disconnector axis

^FACTORY EXCHANGE ONL

'ÎtT^i TRinnrR axis

TEC-DC9 & AB-10 PARTS LIST

Please note: That on the AB-10 Series the barrel is non-threaded and the upper receiver has no ventilatilation holes.

131

- Extractor

214 -

Magazine follower

132

- Extractor screw

215 -

Magazine lock plate

135

- Sling catch **

216 -

Magazine bottom plate

140

- Recoil spring

221 -

Magazine body (20 Rd.)

151

- Assembly pin

223 -

Magazine spring (20 Rd.)

*160

- Trigger

* 900 -

Barrel

161

- Trigger axis

* 929 -

Upper receiver sub-assembly

162

- Trigger spring

* 930 -

Bolt

*170

- Disconnector

933 -

Operating handle

171

- Disconnector axis

935 -

Firing pin

172

- Disconnector spring

* 936 -

Striker

181

- Sear axis

937 -

Striker spring

183

- Sear retainer

938 -

Striker spring guide

185

- E-ring (large)

941 -

Recoil spring guide

190

- Magazine catch

* 950 -

Frame

191

- Magazine catch axis

957 -

Rear stabilizer disc cap

192

- Magazine catch spring

958 -

Buffer

200

- Ejector

959 -

Buffer Plate

211

- Magazine body (32 Rd.)

* 980 -

Sear

213

- Magazine spring (32 Rd.)

982 -

Sear spring

*Factory installed only.

For TEC-DC9, TEC-DC9M and AB-10 parts add prefix 160 and part number above.

For TEC-DC9S, TEC-DC9MS and AB-1 OS stainless parts add prefix 165 and part number above.

For TEC-DC9K and TEC-DC9MK kote parts add prefix 162 to part number above.

*Factory installed only.

For TEC-DC9, TEC-DC9M and AB-10 parts add prefix 160 and part number above.

For TEC-DC9S, TEC-DC9MS and AB-1 OS stainless parts add prefix 165 and part number above.

For TEC-DC9K and TEC-DC9MK kote parts add prefix 162 to part number above.

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