Returning A Firearm

For WARRANTY claims, proof of purchase must accompany the firearm. It is a violation of Federal Law to ship a firearm with live ammunition either in the box or in the firearm itself. If received, The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms must be notified Savage Arms, Inc, is not responsible for the loss or damage to any accessories shipped with the firearm. If there is a question whether the firearm should be returned or parts could be purchased, please call 1-413-568-7001 between 9 00 am...

Caution Do Not Use Smokeless Powder In Any Other Muzzleloading Firearm Not Specifically Designed For Its

ALWAYS keep the muzzle of the rifle pointed in a safe direction, especially during loading. With any muzzleloader, there is always the possibility of an accidental discharge while loading. It is imperative that the barrel be vertical and angled away from the face and body when pouring in a measured powder charge and while seating the projectile over the powder. 4. ALWAYS open the bolt of the rifle before loading powder and projectile in the barrel. Once the primer is loaded and the bolt closed,...

Never point your gun at anything you do not intend to shoot

Breech Plug Wrench For Savage

To unload your Savage Model 10ML-II, you have three alternatives 1. You can fire the rifle into a safe backstop. 2. You can open the bolt and remove the primer from the slot In the firing pin support, pull the bullet, and pour out the powder. 3. You can remove the bolt and the removable breech plug see DISASSEMBLY and pour out the powder charge through the receiver. Using a stiff, heavy-duty cleaning rod or attaching the breech plug wrench handle to your ramrod See FIGURE 4 , push the...

Caution If Loaded Use Special Precautions See Disassembly

Using the appropriate cleaning solvent for the specific powder used smokeless or black powder Pyrodex read, understand, and follow the directions listed from the manufacturer. 3. Lightly scrub the bore with a bronze bore brush to ensure removal of light plastic residue left by plastic sabots. 4. Wipe the bore with dry, clean patches. 5. Lightly apply a good gun oil to a dry, clean patch and run through the bore several times. 6. Thoroughly clean the breech plug and removable vent liner of...

Caution Excess Antiseize Coating Will Wet Powder Causing Misfires

MAKE SURE THE RIFLE IS UNLOADED AND THE BOLT IS OPEN. The ramrod Is approximately the same length as the bore of the rifle. When dropped Into an unloaded barrel, one end should sit nearly flush with the muzzle See FIGURE 2 . If It protrudes an inch or more, the rifle Is either loaded or has a barrel obstruction. See Instructions for disassembly to remove load or obstruction. 2. Before pouring In the powder charge, make sure the bolt Is open. 3. WIPE THE BORE FREE OF OIL. With the barrel...