Remember Never Rely Totally On Your Firearms Mechanical Safety Devices

As is true with other firearms, when the safety mechanism

As is true with other firearms, when the safety mechanism

on this rifle is engaged, it is designed to prevent accidental discharge. However, this mechanism will not necessarily prevent the accidental discharge of this firearm as a result of jarring or abuse such as occurs when a firearm is dropped.

ALWAYS ASSUME THAT YOUR GUN CAN BE FIRED AT ANY TIME, EVEN WITH ALL SAFETY MECHANISMS ENGAGED.

Whenever you are not actually firing your rifle always be certain that your gun is pointed in a safe direction. Continually be aware of the position of the manual hammer stop on your rifle. Check it both manually and visually to avoid any chance of accidental discharge. Always keep the manual hammer stop in the "on" position unless you are actually firing the rifle. It is a good idea to keep the action open (with the finger lever down) at all times other than when you are in the field and shooting is imminent.

IMPORTANT: IT IS ALWAYS RECOMMENDED THAT THE ACTION BE KEPT OPEN AT ALL TIMES WHEN YOUR RIFLE IS LAYING ON ANY BENCH OR TABLE ATA SHOOTING RANGE OR OTHER FACILITY.

ALWAYS KEEP THE MUZZLE OF YOUR RIFLE POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION. FAILURE TO

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