Maintenance Before

- Clean the oil from of the barrel by inserting a dry patch into the breech end of the barrel.

- Clean extra oil from the bolt and breech area in the action.

- Check that the recessed bolt space and locking lugs (marked A) are clean. Make sure however that all areas (A - C) are

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The rifle is cocked and the safety in "OFF" position

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Ase viritetty ja varmistettu Vapnet är spännt och säkrat

The rifle is cocked and the safety in "ON" position lightly lubricated.

- Check that the sights are clean and free of debris.

- Check the tightness of fastening screws 1 and 2 (Fig. 1).

- Check the fit between the stock and free floating barrel. A slip of paper roughly 0.5 mm thick should move easily between barrel and stock over the whole length of the barrel.

- Insert the bolt into receiver. When inserting the bolt it is advisable to have the guide bushing (H) in the rearmost position on the bolt body.

- The bolt is released from the rifle by pulling the bolt backwards and simultaneously pressing the bolt release button. In doing this the bolt guide bushing (H) is also released which stops against the locking lugs.

After performing the above check points, your rifle is now ready for test-firing. However, if a telescopic sight is to be used, attach mounts and scope prior to test-firing.

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