Caution When Closing The Action Do Not Use Undue Force

If the action seems difficult to close, the hinge pins and bearing surfaces may not be properly engaged. Release the upward pressure and carefully separate the barrels from the action again. If forced, you may mar

Reattach the forearm by lining up the forearm extension with the receiver. Hold at an angle.

Reattach the forearm by lining up the forearm extension with the receiver. Hold at an angle.

and damage the fine fit of your shotgun's action.

5. Once the barrels are installed and the action closed, replace the forearm on the shotgun by sliding the radiused rear surface of the forearm extension at an angle into the radiused front edge of the receiver. The shape of the rear of the forearm should match the shape of the front of the receiver (Figure 9). When it does, lift the front of the forearm until it engages with the barrels with an audible click. If it does not click, gently slap the forearm just above the latch with the palm of your hand. If the forearm release latch protrudes after the click, carefully push it into place (Figure 10).

Gently push the forearm release latch info place if it protrudes slightly.

Your Select shotgun is now fully assembled and the action is closed. Make sure the safety is in the "on safe" position before proceeding.

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