Picture

6. Push down on the screwdriver and magazine spring retainer approximately one (1) inch or until you can turn the screw driver.

WARNING: Use extreme care when removing or assembling the magazine spring retainer, as the magazine spring is under compression. Wear eye protection to avoid serious personal injury.

7. Turn the screwdriver approximately 1/4 turn. Slowly release the magazine spring retainer as it is under pressure. Remove the magazine spring retainer. Do not remove the magazine spring.

8. Place the magazine plug, small end first, into the magazine spring. See Picture 16.

9. Place the open end of the magazine spring retainer over the large end of the magazine plug.

10. While holding the magazine spring and retainer with one hand, place a large blade screw driver in the slot on the top of the magazine spring retainer.

11. Push the magazine spring, plug, and retainer into the magazine tube while aligning the magazine spring retainer detent slots with the detents in the magazine tube. See Picture 17.

12. Once the detents are aligned, push the magazine spring, plug, and retainer down in the magazine tube (approximately 1 inch) until the screwdriver can be turned 1/4 of a turn or until the detents are misaligned, locking the retainer in position.

13. Slowly remove the screwdriver. When properly seated, the magazine spring retainer will stay locked in magazine tube.

14. Replace the magazine cap by turning clockwise until tight. Do not over tighten.

Cleaning, Lubrication And Maintenance

WARNING: Before cleaning, make sure your shotgun is completely unloaded (both the chamber and the magazine) and engage the safety by placing the safety mechanism in the "ON" or "SAFE" position.

WARNING: After each use, follow the lubrication and maintenance directions in this manual. If the firearm is immersed in water, it must be thoroughly cleaned and lubricated as soon as possible. In case of salt water immersion, first flush all parts with fresh water, then dry, clean and lubricate the firearm. If the firearm does not function properly, have it checked and corrected by a competent gunsmith before further use. Failure to obey this warning may lead to firearm malfunctions which could result in serious personal injuries or death. NOTE: The chamber and bore should be cleaned before loading the firearm the first time.

Lubrication

Over-lubrication should be avoided at all times. A thin coat of Rem™ Oil is all that is needed to prevent the possibility of rusting. See Note below.

WARNING: Excessive use of a non- recommended lubricant could adversely affect the function and safe ^operation of your shotgun. Failure to Jp properly maintain your shotgun can not only damage your firearm it can expose —-—'you and others to unnecessary risk of personal injury or death.

When the firearm is to be stored, it should be carefully cleaned and thoroughly oiled. Outside surfaces should be wiped with a thin coat of Rem™ Oil.

When the firearm is to be reused, all excess lubrication must be removed. The chamber and bore must be thoroughly wiped dry.

For safe and dependable operation of your shogun, the barrel and action must be cleaned periodically.

NOTE: Your firearm has the "Bolt Cam Pin, and Locking Ring" {See Picture 25} lubricated at the factory with a high quality gun grease. It is recommended that these two parts be lubricated with a high quality gun grease like "Brownell's Action Lube Plus™, after cleaning the firearm.

NOTE: Remington Rem™ Oil is available from your local dealer. If your dealer is out of stock, ask him to order Rem™ Oil from his Remington Distributor.

To Disassemble The Firearm For Cleaning

CAUTION: The Model 105 CTi™ shotgun should not be disassembled beyond what is described in this manual, unless performed by the factory or a REMINGTON AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER.

WARNING: Unload the firearm before cleaning. Look into the ejection port and visually check the chamber and magazine to make sure there are no shells in the firearm. Always wear eye protection when disassembling and reassembling the firearm.

To Remove The Barrel

1. Point the firearm in a safe direction.

2. Engage the safety by placing the Safety Mechanism in the "ON" or "SAFE" position. THE RED BAND WILL NOT BE VISIBLE.

3. With the bolt open. Look into the ejection/loading port and visually check the chamber and magazine to make sure the firearm is empty.

4. Close the bolt by pulling rearward on the operating handle while moving the bolt release rearward.

5. Let the bolt slide forward by releasing the operating handle.

6. Remove the magazine cap by turning counterclockwise.

7. Remove the fore-end from the magazine by sliding it forward.

WARNING: With the fore-end removed, keep your hands away from the action spring when moving the bolt.

8. Hold the barrel ahead of the gas cylinder and pull the barrel from the receiver. See Picture 18.

To Remove The Trigger Assembly

1. Tap out the front and rear trigger assembly pins with a drive punch. See Picture 19.

2. Remove the trigger plate assembly from the receiver by pulling downward. See Picture 20.
To Remove The Bolt Assembly
1. With the barrel and trigger plate assembly removed and the bolt closed, turn the operating handle counter clockwise 1/4 turn and remove. See Picture 21.

2. Push the bolt to the top of the receiver while sliding the action sleeve assembly and bolt assembly forward from the receiver as a unit. See Picture 22.

3. Slide the action spring forward from the magazine tube and remove.

4. Remove the action bars from the bolt assembly by pulling outward.

5. It is not necessary to remove action sleeve seal and inner seal from the action sleeve assembly for cleaning. They may be cleaned in-place using a soft bristle brush and gun cleaning solvent. If the seals are removed, pay close attention to how they came off, so they may be replaced in the correct order.

To Disassemble The Bolt

Assembly

1. While compressing the firing pin with your thumb, remove the firing pin retaining pin by pulling it straight out. See Picture 24.

Firing Pin Retaining Pin PICTURE 24

Action Bars

Firing Pin Retaining Pin PICTURE 24

Action Bars

2. Slowly release the firing pin and remove from the bolt assembly.

3. Remove the firing pin spring from the firing pin for cleaning.

4. With the bolt assembly turned over, tap the bottom of the bolt until the cam pin can be removed.

5. Pull the bolt head from the locking ring. See Picture 25.

6. If desired, remove the action bars from the bolt slide by pulling each bar outward from the bolt slide action bar tabs.

PICTURE 25 Bolt Cam Pin ^ Bolt Head Locking Ring. Bolt Slide

Bolt Slide Link

Firing Pin

Firing Pin Return' Spring

Action Bars Firing Pin Retaining Pin

Firing Pin

Firing Pin Return' Spring

Action Bars Firing Pin Retaining Pin

To Clean The Barrel

1. Use the instructions and equipment provided in a quality cleaning kit such as a Remington® Cleaning Kit. For recommendations, see your dealer or a REMINGTON AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER.

2. Saturate a cleaning patch with a bore cleaning solvent such as Remington® Brite Bore™.

3. Attach the patch to a cleaning rod tip.

4. Pass the patch through the bore from the chamber to the muzzle several times removing loose residue and fouling.

5. Select the correct caliber cleaning brush and attach it to the cleaning rod.

6. Spray the cleaning brush with the cleaning solvent.

7. Push the cleaning brush through the barrel several times.

8. Remove the brush from the rod and attach a tip with a cleaning patch.

9. Push the cleaning patch through the bore.

10. Repeat several times, using a new cleaning patch each time until the patch is removed from the barrel without fouling residue.

11. Remove all shooting residue from the locking notches in the barrel. See Picture 26.

13. Spray Rem™ Action Cleaner in the gas cylinder. Push a wire brush the size of the gas cylinder through the gas cylinder several times and wipe dry. DO NOT REMOVE THE GAS CYLINDER SEAL OR GAS CYLINDER SPRINGS. See Picture 27 and 28.

14. Push a clean patch saturated with a quality gun oil such as Rem™ Oil, through the barrel and gas cylinder.

15. Push a clean dry patch through the barrel to remove excess lubricant.

16. Apply a light application of the gun oil to the outside of the barrel with a soft cloth.

WARNING: After cleaning, make sure the barrel is free of obstructions.

To Clean The Clio be Tube

WARNING: After cleaning, make sure the barrel is free of obstructions.

To Clean The Clio be Tube

1. Remove the choke tube from the barrel. See "TO CHANGE THE CHOKE TUBE" on Page 12.

2. Clean the choke tube, including the threads, with Rem™ Action Cleaner and wipe clean.

3. When dry, apply a gun oil such as Rem™ Oil to the choke tube threads and reattach to the barrel. See "TO CHANGE THE CHOKE TUBE" on Page 12.

To Clean The Action Sleeve

Assembly, Bolt Head, Firing

Pin And L ocking Ring

1. Spray the action sleeve, action sleeve seal, bolt head, firing pin and locking ring with Rem™ Action cleaner and brush to remove shooting residue.

2. Wipe clean and let dry before applying a light application of gun oil or Rem™ Oil to the action sleeve, action sleeve seals, bolt head, and firing pin. Lubricate the locking ring and bolt cam pin per instructions on page 13.

To Cl ean The Trigger Assembly

NOTE: Use of a non-recommended lubricant could cause serious function problems possibly leading to accidental discharge.

1. Thoroughly spray Rem™ Action cleaner inside the trigger assembly as shown in Picture 29.

2. Air dry or use compressed air to thoroughly dry the trigger assembly.

Locking Notches PICTURE 26

12. Clean the barrel gas ports by using a 1/16 inch diameter wire. See Picture 27.

3. Apply a light application of Rem™ Oil to the locations as shown in Picture 29.

To Cl ean The Receiver Assembly

1. Thoroughly spray and brush all components inside the receiver with Rem™ Action Cleaner.

2. Air dry or use compressed air to thoroughly dry the receiver assembly.

3. Spray the outside of the magazine tube with Rem™ Action cleaner and wipe clean. Scrub, if necessary, with steel wool and Rem™ Action Cleaner.

4. Wipe with a clean cloth and air dry or use compressed air to thoroughly dry the magazine tube.

5. Apply a light application of Rem™ Oil to the outside of the magazine tube and inside the receiver.

To Reassemble The Bolt

1. Orient the locking ring with the small lug on top. Place onto the bolt head until the locking ring is flush with the bolt head. See Picture 30.

2. Slide the bolt head and locking ring as a unit

into the bolt slide.

3. With point first, place the cam pin through the top hole of the bolt slide.

4. Align the cam's center firing pin hole in the bolt slide. See Picture 31.

5. Reassemble the firing pin assembly by placing

the firing pin spring onto the firing pin. See Picture 25 on page 14.

Place the firing pin assembly into the bolt slide and through the center hole of the cam pin. While compressing the firing pin with thumb,

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