Do not tighten the nut too tight or you could damage the lock screw

Picture 5

4. To remove the Trigger Lock, unscrew the Trigger Lock Nut with the key and detach the Trigger Lock Screw (See Picture 6)

Secure Trigger Lock

Always store the key to the security lock: (1) In a separate location away from the rifle; (2) In a secure location unknown and not accessible to others, especially children. Whether you secure your firearms by using the supplied security lock, a gun lock or a safe or some other mechanism, it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to store your firearms in such a manner that children and other unauthorized persons cannot gain access to them.

Important Parts of Your Rifle

Congratulations on your choice of a Remington® Model SPR 18 single shot rifle. With proper care and If used in accordance with the Ten Commandments of Firearm's Safety and this owner's manual, your rifle should give you many years of dependable use and enjoyment. The following picture depicts the main parts of your rifle and will aid in understanding the instructions in this Owner's Manual.

Remington Model Parts Diagram

SLING SWIVEL STUD

TRIGGER GUARD

SLING SWIVEL STUD BUTT PAD

This picture shows the main parts of a Remington Model SPR 18 rifle. The picture will aid in understanding the instructions in this book.

SLING SWIVEL STUD

TRIGGER GUARD

SLING SWIVEL STUD BUTT PAD

This picture shows the main parts of a Remington Model SPR 18 rifle. The picture will aid in understanding the instructions in this book.

MUZZLE

BARREL

External Control Parts

Trigger Block Safety: The trigger block safety of the Model SPR 18 rifle provides protection against accidental or unintentional discharge under normal usage when properly engaged and in good working order. WARNING: Make sure you understand how the safety works before you load or use the rifle. The safety mechanism is not a substitute for following the rules of safe gun handling.

The safety mechanism is a cross-bolt style safety button located behind the trigger. To place the safety in the "on" or "safe" position, push the button all the way to the right. When in the "on" or "safe" position, the safety blocks the rearward motion of the trigger (See Picture 7). To place the safety in the "off" or "fire" position, push the button all the way to the left. When in the "off" or "fire" position, a red ring is exposed on the left side of the safety button. You have now disengaged the safety and the rifle is in the ready-to-fire position (See Picture 8).

Image Remington Spr Trigger Sear
Do not touch the trigger while moving the safety button. When operating the safety button, make sure you push it to the full extent of its travel in the desired direction, either fully "on" or fully "off." Half-safe or partially safe is UNSAFE.

When the Red Ring is showing the rifle will fire when the trigger is pulled!! Do not disengage safety unless you are ready to fire the rifle. MAKE SURE YOU UNDERSTAND HOW THE SAFETY WORKS BEFORE YOU LOAD OR USE THE RIFLE.

External Control Parts (cont'd)

Locking Lever: The locking lever Is a lever-like protrusion extending from the rear of the trigger guard. (See Picture 9.) The locking lever is used to break open the action to load and/or unload the rifle. To break open the action, fully depress or squeeze the locking level toward the stock. (See Picture 10).

Picture 9

Picture 10

Picture 9

Picture 10

@ WARNING

When operating the locking lever, you must: (1) make sure the safety mechanism is in the "on" or "safe" position; (2) keep your fingers away from the trigger and outside of the trigger guard; and (3) control the direction of the muzzle of the rifle.

Cocking Indicator: The cocking indicator is a protrusion from the top back of the receiver. If the internal firing mechanism is cocked, the cocking indicator protrudes from the receiver. (See Picture 11). If the firing mechanism is not cocked, the cocking indicator retracts and does not protrude from the receiver. (See Picture 12).

Picture 11

Picture 12

Picture 11

Picture 12

^ WARNING

The cocking indicator is merely an aid to help you confirm when hunting or shooting that your rifle is cocked and ready-to-fire. NEVER rely on the status of the cocking indicator to justify careless handling of your rifle. The cocking indicator may be broken or obscured. Always handle your rifle as if it were loaded, cocked and ready to fire.

External Control Parts (cont'd)

Trigger: The trigger is located inside the trigger guard. (See Picture 13). If you pull the trigger with the safety in the "off" or "fire" position, the rifle will fire.

Picture 13

@ WARNING

NEVER pull the trigger until you are actually ready to fire. Keep your fingers off the trigger and outside of the trigger guard until you are ready to pull the trigger and fire the rifle. When opening and closing the action and when engaging or disengaging the safety mechanism, make sure your fingers are outside of the trigger guard and away from the trigger.

Picture 13

@ WARNING

NEVER pull the trigger until you are actually ready to fire. Keep your fingers off the trigger and outside of the trigger guard until you are ready to pull the trigger and fire the rifle. When opening and closing the action and when engaging or disengaging the safety mechanism, make sure your fingers are outside of the trigger guard and away from the trigger.

Fore End: The fore end is the wooden grip piece which attaches to the barrel and locks the barrel to the receiver. (See Picture 14). The forend has a mechanical latch which is used to lock and unlock the fore end to the barrel. (See Picture 15). NEVER attempt to fire your rifle without having the fore end locked in its proper position on the barrel.

Picture 14 Picture 15

Front Sight: Screws up and down for elevation. (See Picture 16). Rear Sight: Windage adjustable. (See Picture 17). Scope Mount Rail: 11mm rail. (See Picture 18)

Remington Spr18 Scope Mount
Never adjust the sights or scope mounts on a loaded firearm. Make sure the rifle is unloaded before making any such adjustments.

Instructions For Assembly Of Rifle

@ WARNING

Before you begin to assemble the rifle, you MUST (1) look down the barrel from the breech end to make sure there Is no ammunition in the chamber or obstruction in the barrel, and (2) make sure the safety is in the "safe" position.

Your rifle was shipped with the barrel assembly (barrel and fore end) detached from the receiver assembly. To assemble the rifle, follow these instructions:

1. Remove the plastic bags or wrapping covering the parts. Then remove the forend from the barrel by pulling outward on the mechanical lever in the lower mid-section of the fore end and tipping the fore end out and away from the barrel while pulling the lever out. Never force the fore end off the barrel. (See Picture 19, 20).

Remington Spr18 Single Shot Rifle

2. Now fully squeeze/depress the locking lever and hold with one hand. (See Picture 21).

Picture 21

3. Holding the barrel with one hand, engage the lower locking lug located on the lower portion of the barrel with the receiver. The half round cut out on the lower locking lug fits around the round bar in the forward lower portion of the slot in the receiver. With the barrel engaged into the receiver, swing the barrel up into the locked position, release the locking lever, which should move back to the fully locked position. (See Pictures 22, 23).

Instructions For Assembly Of Rifle (cont'd)

Picture 22 Picture 23

4. Now that the barrel has been locked Into the receiver, you must reattach the fore end to the barrel. Pull the forearm latch out and place the fore end on receiver. With an upward swing motion lock the fore end onto the barrel. Do not force the fore end into its locked position. While it may be necessary to push the latch into its final flat position, never force the latch into position. (See Picture 24.)

Remington Shotgun Shot Shell Extractor

Loading an d Unl oading Your Rifle (cont'd) TO LOAD:

1. Make sure the ammunition that you are using is the correct size and gauge. The barrel is marked with the caliber.

2. Visually inspect the chamber and barrel for obstructions by breaking open the rifle by depressing the locking lever and tipping the barrel down. The chamber and barrel should be free of oil or grease or obstructions. (See Picture 25).

Picture 25

3. After inspection, load the correct type of shot shell into the chamber making sure that the shells are flush with the extractor (See Pictures 26,27).Then close the action by swinging the barrel up until it locks into the receiver and the locking latch should move to its fully locked position (See Picture 28). If the locking lever does not move to the fully locked position, break open the action again and check to see if the shot shell is fully seated in the chamber. If the shell is fully seated then re-close the action. If the cartridge is not fully seated, check the chamber for blockage and check the shell for deformation and retry closing the action once more. If the cartridge is the correct type and the chamber is not blocked and the cartridge is not deformed and the locking lever does not move to its fully locked position (See Picture 29), unload the gun (follow Unloading Instructions) and have a competent gunsmith look at the gun or return the gun to Remington I.S.P. for inspection. Do not force the rifle closed.

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Loading an d Unl oading Your Rifle (cont'd) TO UNLOAD:

1. Break open the rifle by depressing the locking lever and tipping the barrel down. (See Picture 30).

2. Remove the cartridge from the chamber by grabbing it by the rim of the cartridge and pulling it form the chamber. (See Picture 31).

3. Visually check the barrel to make sure that it is free from obstructions. (See Picture 32).

Picture 30

Picture 30

Picture 31

Picture 32

Firing Your Rifle @

WARNING: NEVER LOAD A CARTRIDGE INTO THE CHAMBER UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO FIRE THE RIFLE.

' WARNING

Do not disengage the trigger block safety until the rifle Is pointed in a safe direction and you are ready to fire.

WARNING

If a cartridge does not fire and the trigger has been pulled and the trigger block safety is disengaged.. .Stop! And do the following: a) Make sure the gun is pointed in a safe direction b) Engage the trigger block safety c) Wait 60 seconds d) Follow the instructions above for unloading the rifle.

If during firing the sound of any cartridge is noticeably softer or louder than the previous cartridge fired, Stop! Do not load another cartridge or fire another cartridge and do the following: a) Make sure the gun is pointed in a safe direction b) Engage the trigger block safety c) Follow the instruction above for unloading the rifle d) With the rifle unloaded visually inspect the rifle for barrel blockage or damage and inspect the mechanical operation and receiver of the rifle for damage before continuing.

READ, UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW ALL°WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE FIRING THE RIFLE.

Firing Your Rifle (cont'd) TO FIRE THE RIFLE:

1. Make sure the rifle is pointed in a safe direction with the trigger block safety engaged. (See Picture 33).

Picture 33

2. Make sure you are wearing eye and ear protection.

3. Keep your fingers away from the trigger. (See Picture 34).

4. Push the trigger block safety to the "off" or "fire" position with the red ring showing. (See Picture 35).

Picture 34 Picture 35

5. With the butt stock held firmly against your shoulder and the barrel pointed towards your intended target, place your trigger finger on the trigger. The rifle will fire when you pull or squeeze the trigger with the requisite force. (See Picture 36)

Picture 36

^WARNING

Once you have fired the rifle, immediately push the trigger block safety to the "on" or "safe" position. Then follow the unloading instructions above while keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.

Picture 36

^WARNING

Once you have fired the rifle, immediately push the trigger block safety to the "on" or "safe" position. Then follow the unloading instructions above while keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.

Directions For Disassembly Of The Rifle

1. Make sure the rifle is unloaded (FOLLOW UNLOADING INSTRUCTIONS) and pointed in a safe direction.

2. Make sure the trigger block safety is engaged in the "on" or "safe" position. (See Picture 37).

Picture 37

3. Remove the forend from the barrel by pulling out the mechanical lever in the lower center of the fore end and removing the fore end in a downward outward swinging motion. Never force the fore end off the barrel and receiver. (See Picture 38).

Picture 38

4. With the barrel and receiver supported with one hand, depress the locking lever fully and tip the barrel down until it disengages from the receiver. Check the barrel for obstructions, damage and blockage after removal. (See Picture 39, 40).

Picture 39 Picture 40

® Manufacturer s Warning

This firearm was manufactured to properly perform with the original parts as designed. It is your duty to make sure any parts you buy are correctly installed and that neither replacements nor originals are altered or changed. Your rifle has many parts that must relate correctly to other parts for safe and accurate operation. Putting a gun together wrong or with modified parts can result in a damaged gun, or personal injury or death to you or others. Always let a qualified gunsmith work on your gun or at least, check any work not performed by a gunsmith. Firearms safety is your primary concern. THE GUN OWNER MUST ACCEPT FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE CORRECT REASSEMBLY AND FUNCTIONING OF THE FIREARM AFTER ANY DISASSEMBLY OR REPLACEMENT OF PARTS.

To Cl ean and Maintain Your Rifle

A. Follow procedures for unloading rifle as described previously.

B. Follow procedures for disassembly of rifle as described previously.

C. Materials needed to clean this rifle are: a cleaning rod, cotton bore patches, brass bore brush, powder solvent (such as Remington BriteBore™), a small soft brush and good quality gun oil (such as Rem® Oil).

@ WARNING

Lead or lead compounds are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, reproductive toxicity, and other serious physical injury. Those who clean firearms should take protective measures to avoid contact or exposure to such chemicals.

D. Using the bore brush with powder solvent, scrub the interior of the barrel and chamber to remove any powder and lead residue in the bore. Always and lastly, swab the interior of the barrel with a cotton patch with gun oil to coat and protect the bore and chambers from rust and corrosion.

E. Any powder fouling on the firing wall, barrel, etc. can be easily cleaned with a brush and powder solvent.

F. All external surfaces should be wiped down with a light coat of rust preventative. Avoid using too much oil as powder, dust or other foreign material may get trapped in the oil. This could lead to congealed deposits which may interfere with the safe and reliable operation of this rifle.

G. USE CAUTION while using solvents in gun bore cleaning. Prolonged or excess contact with solvents can damage the gun's bluing and finish. Be sure to wipe away all excess solvent and then lubricate with oil.

H. A gun should be cleaned after firing. In addition, external parts should be wiped with an oiled cloth after handling. A light oil is ordinarily all that is necessary in cleaning if the gun has not been fired or fired very little. If a gun is used frequently, it must be cleaned after each firing and regularly serviced by a professional gunsmith. If the gun has been stored, remove all excess oil and/or grease before firing. Always check to be sure that no cleaning patch or other obstruction remains in the bore or chambers before firing.

DANGER - Ammunition Warning

Firearms may be damaged and serious personal injury or death to the shooter or bystanders may result from any condition which contributes to the generation of excessive pressure or uncontrolled release of gas within the firearm. Such adverse conditions can be caused by bore or chamber obstructions, propellant powder overloads or by defective, incorrect or improperly loaded and assembled cartridge components. Even the strongest firearm can be blown up as a result of excessive pressure. It is extremely dangerous to use a cartridge whose pressure is greater than that developed by cartridges loaded to industry standards.

Ammunition (Cartridges) Notice

We specifically disclaim responsibility for any damage, injury or death occurring in connection with or as the result of the use of the rifle with faulty, non-standard, remanufactured, hand loaded or reloaded ammunition or with cartridges other than factory cartridges for which the rifle was originally chambered.

Lubrication Warning

Firing a rifle with oil, grease or any other material even partially obstructing the bore may result in damage to the rifle and personal injury to the shooter and those nearby. Do not spray or apply lubricants directly on ammunition. If the powder charge of a cartridge is affected by the lubricant, they may not fully ignite yet the energy from the primer and/or powder may still be sufficient to push the projectile or wad into the bore where it may become lodged. Firing a subsequent cartridge into the obstructed bore will damage the rifle and may cause personal injury to the shooter and those nearby. Use lubricants properly. You are responsible for the proper care and maintenance of your firearm and ammunition.

PARTS AND SERVICE

To Ord er Parts

ALL PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO A $10.00 CHARGE FOR SHIPPING AND HANDLING. Some parts are restricted and may only be installed by returning the rifle to us. When ordering parts, please state the Model, Gauge, Serial Number, and Finish Color. For parts information, call (321) 639-1432.

Service

To obtain information about returning your rifle for service or repairs, call (321) 639-1432. One Year Limited Warranty

This rifle is warranted to the original retail customer for one year from the date of retail purchase against defects in material and workmanship. All parts and labor or replacement at our option are covered. The wood stock is not covered by the one year warranty. The warranty on the wood stock is 60 days and is limited to the original retail customer and extends 60 days from the date of retail purchase and covers only manufactured and material defects.

PARTS AND SERVICE (cont'd)

One Year Limited Warranty

Transportation to and from our repair facilities, government fees, damage caused by failure to perform normal maintenance, sales outside the United States, damage caused by use of high velocity, high pressure, reloaded or other nonstandard ammunition, or by any unauthorized repair, modification, misuse, abuse or alteration of the rifle is not covered by this Limited Warranty.

Implied Warranty

ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANT ABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.

To the extent any provision of this warranty Is prohibited by federal, state, or municipal law, which cannot be preempted, It shall not be applicable. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state.

To obtain warranty service, send your rifle with proof of retail purchase, freight prepaid to:

REMINGTON I.S.P.

c/o USSG

402 Richard Road

Rockledge, FL 32955

NOTICE: It is illegal to ship a firearm with ammunition in the firearm or in the same packaging. Firearms and ammunition must be shipped separately. For information about shipping ammunition, call (321) 639-1432.

Your Owner's Manual

Always keep this manual with your firearm. Make sure you understand all the warnings, operation instructions and safety procedures. When you lend, give or sell the firearm, be sure this manual goes with it. You can get a copy of this manual from Remington upon request.

PARTS LIST

Model SPR18 Single Shot Rifle Exploded View

Power Washer Spray Gun Exploded View

1.

barrel

22

firing pin

44

stock screw

2.

sling swivel base

23

firing pin retaining pin

45

washer

3.

sling swivel ring

24

locking lever pin

46

buttplate

4.

pin

25

locking lever

47.

woodscrew

5.

front sight

26.

locking lever spring

4B

stock sling swivel base

6.

extractor pin

27.

locking lever spring pin

49

cocking indicator spring

7.

extractor

2B.

cocking indicator

5G.

mainspring

B.

forend

29.

hammer

51

trigger spring screw

9.

forend nut

3G.

hammer pin

52

adjustment screw

1G

hinge screw

31

sear

53

front sight pin

11

hinge

32

trigger

54

front sight base

12.

hinge screw

33

trigger pin

55

front sight spring

13.

hinge screw

34

trigger spring

56.

rear sight base

14.

spring

35

safety base

57.

rear sight

15.

catch housing

37.

trigger plate

5B.

rear sight washer

16

forend catch

3B.

detent spring

59.

rear sight screw

17

pin

39.

locking level detent

6G

extractor catch

1B

forend bushing

4G

detent pin

61

extractor catch spring

19

receiver

41

trigger guard

62

extractor catch pin

2G.

hinge axis

42

trigger guard screw

63

safety button

21

firing pin spring

43

stock

64

plunger

65

plunger spring

MODEL 18 EXPLODED VIEW ENLARGED

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