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Occasionally, a small drop of oil may be placed on each receiver track in which the breech bolt and barrel extension guides run during operation (See Figure 16). This will help to relieve friction and insure smooth operation.
DO NOT POUR LARGE QUANTITIES OF OIL INTO THE ACTION. A LARGE EXCESS OF OIL WILL RUN BACK INTO THE WOOD OF THE STOCK AND CAUSE SOFTENING OF THE WOOD, WITH CONSEQUENTIAL LOOSENING OF THE STOCK.
CAUTION: CHOKE CHOKE ABOVE AND OTHERS.

DO TUBES TUBES

NOT IN DO IN

USE NOT

STANDARD MARKED USE

INVECTOR

BARRELS BARRELS TO CAN TO

INVECTOR-PLUS. INVECTOR.

INVECTOR-PLUS OF AND THE GUN

MARKED YOUR

FAILURE INJURY
FOLLOW ALL DAMAGE YOURSELF

WARNINGS

Use of Extra Barrels Your Auto-5 can be made suitable for multiple shooting conditions merely by changing from one barrel to another of different choke or length. On all Browning Automatic-5 shotguns, barrels of the same gauge and model are completely interchangeable and no special fitting is required. Thus, by merely buying another barrel, you have acquired the utility of another gun at a fraction of the cost of a new gun; a duck gun becomes a fine upland game gun, a pheasant gun becomes a rifled slug deer gun.
notch code, make sure your shotgun is fully unloaded.
Rim Notches Knurled I Pattern With Lead Shot X-Full Turkey Special Full Pattern With Steel Shot ** *
II III IIII IIIII No Notches
Imp. Modified Modified Imp. Cylinder Skeet Cylinder
Full*** Full*** Modified Imp. Cylinder Cylinder
NOTE: 3-inch Magnum 12 gauge and 3-inch Magnum 20 gauge barrels will not fit or work in a Light 12 gauge or a Light 20 gauge action designed for 2 3/4" shells and vice versa because the feeding and ejection mechanisms are different. Sight Adjustment for the Buck Special The Buck Special is equipped with a precision rear sight which is screw adjustable for both horizontal and vertical correction (See Figure 15).

WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT-

Rim Notches I III IIII IIIII No Notches
PatternWith Lead Shot Full Modified Imp. Cylinder Skeet Cylinder
PatternWith Steel Shot * Imp. Modified Modified*** Modified*** Imp. Cylinder

*Not for use with steel shot. Using an ow-tight choke constriction with steel shot will result in an ineffective, blown pattern **Extra Full Special with knurled rim and no rim code. Do not use with steel shot. ***When more than one choke designation is listed for a given steel shot pattern, use the more open choke listed for high velocity, larger shot size steel shot loads ****Has knurled extension beyond muzzle.
To move point of impact to the RIGHT, loosen the small screw on the right side of the sight. Then tighten the small screw on the left side of the sight, To move point of impact to the LEFT loosen the small screw on the left side of the sight and tighten the screw On the right side. This is a process of trial and error. Make small adjustments then check the point of impact.

THE IT IS LINES

CHOKE CHECKED

TUBE TO

SHOULD ASSURE

BE THAT

PERIODICALLY CHECKING,

TIGHT AND OUTLINED

FIRMLY SEATED. THE SAFETY ABOVE.

BEFORE GUIDE-

FOLLOW
Replacement and additional tubes and wrenches are available from your Browning dealer, or by writing to: Browning Consumer Department, One Browning Place, Morgan, Utah 84050. 801-876-2711.
UNLOADED, OPEN! INSTALL LOADED A AND THE BOLT OR TO CHOKING BREECH IS OR ON A DEVICE
Canadian customers please call or write to: Browning Canada Sports Ltd./Ltee, 5617 Chemin St-Francois, St-Lament., Quebec, Canada H4S 1W6. (514) 333-7261.

INVECTOR CHOKE TUBE CODE

ATTEMPT

REMOVE

SHOTGUN FIREARM!
TUBE REMOVALUNLOAD CHAMBER, ZINE TAIN ANY YOUR A-5 FULLY. INSPECT AND THE MAGAFEED MECHANISM
TO MAKE SURE THEY DO NOT CONSHELLS.
To identify individual Invector tubes, refer to the abbreviated indications on the side of the
2 Open the action, locking it rearward, and place the safety in the on safe position. 3 Use the Invector wrench to loosen the tube, turning it counterclockwise. Finger twist the tube the rest of the way out of the barrel. TUBE INSTALLATION1 UNLOAD YOUR A-5 FULLY.
CHAMBER, ZINE SHELLS. FEED TO MAKE THEY DO INSPECT AND THE MAGA-
tube, or use the identification mark(s) located on the top rim of each tube. (See Figure 14).

INVECTOR TUBE SELECTION

MECHANISM

NOT CONTAIN ANY

2 Open the action and place the safety in the on safe position. 3 Before installing a tube, check the internal choke tube threads in the muzzle, as well as the threads on the Invector choke tube to be sure they are clean. Lightly oil the threads with an oil like Browning Oil. 4 Using your fingers, screw the appropriate tube into the muzzle end of the barrel, tapered end first, notched end outward. When it becomes finger-tight, use the invector choke tube wrench to firmly seat the tube.
To help you choose the correct choke tube for each hunting situation, all Browning Invector choke tubes are inscribed on the side with the patterns they produce with both lead and steel shot. Each Invector tube also has notches in the top rim of the tube. These notches are a code to allow you to determine the choke designation while the tube is installed. Rim notches refer specifically to lead shot. you will need to use the chart below to cross-reference from lead to steel, and determine the appropriate tubes for your ammunition and hunting/shooting situation. Several tubes are supplied with your Browning shotgun. The tubes listed are also available as accessories. Remember, Standard Invector and Invector-Plus tubes are not interchangeable. Invector-Plus tubes are for Browning guns with back-bored barrels, such as your new Auto-5. Older Auto-5 shotguns are Standard Invector. Before removing/installing tubes, or reading the rim

SHOTGUN THE

UNLOADED. CARRIER

ALWAYS AND

INSPECT
lnvector Interchangeable Choke System All current Auto-5 shotguns have barrels that are threaded to accept the Browning Invector-Plus Interchangeable Choke System. You may confirm this by glancing on the right side of your barrel where the specifications are inscribed, and where the choke markings are normally located. All older Auto-5 models and the Auto-5 Buck Special are conventionally choked. The word, INVECTOR denotes that the barrel is threaded. The degree of choke tube is indicated twice on each choke tube: Inscribed on the side of the tube, and indicated with a notch code on the top rim of the tube. Invector Choke Tubes are made with tempered steel and are fully compatible with all FACTORY AMMUNITION (loaded in compliance with SAAMI specifications) including magnum lead and steel shot loads and rifled slug loads.
DO AN NOT FIRE THIS SHOTGUN TUBE WITHOUT INSTALLED. HAVING INVECTOR CHOKE

CHAMBER,

MAGAZINE TO
TUBE TO BE SURE CARTRIDGES. ALWAYS LOADED. GUN THEN,

THEY CONTAIN NO REMEMBER

TREAT ANY GUN AS IF IT WAS AL WA YS HANDLE CAUTION. YOUR SHOT-
Operation of the Magazine Cut-off The magazine cut-off is located at the front end of the left side of the receiver (See Figure 12). This cut-off has the purpose of locking the shells in the magazine so that they will not feed into the chamber. This permits you quickly to change the load in the chamber of the gun without going to the trouble of unloading the whole magazine. In this way a duck load can quickly be taken out and a goose load inserted, if the need arises. To operate the magazine cut-off, merely pull the cut-off lever back (See Figure 13). This will lock the shells in the magazine. Push the cut-off lever forward when you desire to release the shells in the magazine so that they will feed automatically as the gun is fired. With the magazine cut-off in operation, the chamber empty, and the breech bolt locked in the rearward position, a shell may be instantly delivered from the magazine to the chamber by merely pushing the magazine cut-off forward.
Permanent damage may result to the threads,
DO NOT IN USE ANY BY BROWNING SHOTGUN BROWNING. CHOKING TUBES SUPPLIED INVECTOR BARRELS ALSO, IN BY DO CHOKE NOT NOT USE USE SHOTTUBES ANY GUN ONLY

SUPPLIED

OTHER CHOKE

DEVICE MARKED

BARRELS

BROWNING. INVECTOR. ANY

CAUTION: SHOTGUN OR

WHENEVER FOR THE A

HANDLING PURPOSE OF

REMOVING MAKE FULLY

INSTALLING

CHOKING THE

DEVICE, GUN IS

ABSOLUTELY

CERTAIN
side of the receiver to close the action. The bolt release button is still provided to close the action on an empty chamber, if desired.
CAUTION: RELEASE SLAM FROM DO NOT WITH ACTION. PRESS AND THE THE BOLT BOLT REMOVED BUTTON LET THE

HOME THE

BARREL
open, pull rearward on the operating handle until the breech bolt locks back. The gun is now ready to load. 2 Hold the gun with either right or left hand at the grip or forearm as you prefer or are accustomed. With the opposite hand, merely introduce the front end of the shell into the under side of the receiver and thrust completely forward as if loading the magazine then release the pressure of your thumb.
When the barrel is installed, the breech bolt stops against the barrel extension, preventing any damage. With the barrel removed, however, the operating handle will forcefully strike the front edge of the ejection port causing damage to the receiver. If you wish to close the bolt with the barrel removed, be sure to hold the operating handle as you depress the bolt release button. Let the bolt ride home slowly. Unloading Your Auto-5
CAUTION: WHENEVER UNLOADING, ALWAYS BE CERTAIN THAT THE MUZZLE IS POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION AND THAT THE SAFETY IS ON SAFE.
(See Figure 11.) The shell is immediately and automatically driven rearward, tripping the feed mechanism, and delivered instantly into the chamber without further manipulation. The breech bolt automatically closes during the loading operation. 3
THE GUN IS FIRING. NOW LOADED AND READY FOR
The recommended way to unload the Auto-5 is simply to grasp the operating handle and cycle the action until all rounds are ejected.
ALWAYS MAGAZINE ING CLEARED lNSPECT VERY FROM THE CHAMBER, ACTlON AND CAREFULLY THE GUN. AFTER UNLOAD-
TO BE SURE ALL LIVE ROUNDS ARE

To load the magazine, continue the same procedure, slipping shells past the carrier into the magazine until the latter is full. (Without the magazine plug, the magazine will hold 4 shells; 2 shells if the plug has been inserted.) Be sure to insert each shell completely into the magazine before releasing. The speed loading system is equally convenient for right or left-hand shooters. The instant delivery of the first shell to the chamber in one simple operation eliminates entirely the conventional process of dropping the first shell into the open receiver port and then pressing the bolt release button on the right
Breech Remains Open After the Last Shot The breech of the Auto-5 remains open after the last shot has been fired. This allows convenient and fast reloading as follows: 1 Place the safety in the on safe position. 2 Drop an appropriate shell into the open breech. 3 Close the action by depressing the breechblock release button.
EVEN WITH THE DO BREECH NOT OPEN AFTER SHOOTING, ASSUME YOUR
You will note, however, that the mechanism must receive a certain amount of force if it is to operate automatically. The addition of any sort of weight to a barrel will have somewhat the same effect. When such factors as these are introduced, care must be given to suitable adjustment of the friction ring setting. It is desirable to utilize the setting for heavy loads as long as the mechanism functions properly. When resistance to recoil is too great to permit proper ejection, the light load setting should be used. Oil on the Magazine tube Whether the friction ring is set for heavy loads or light loads, the amount and kind of oil on the magazine tube will, by varying the amount of friction, have an effect upon the amount of recoil. In general, the more oil that is put on the magazine tube (or bronze friction piece), the easier this friction piece will slide on the tube; hence, a greater degree of recoil will be obtained.
Should your gun at any time commence to give ejection trouble, one or more of the following is usually the cause: 1 Insufficient oil on the magazine tube, rust, gum, or hardened grease, any of which may interfere with normal operation of the recoil spring and friction pieces. 2 The friction rings are not properly set. 3 A slight swelling of the forearm (sometimes unavoidable under conditions of excessive exposure to moisture) may cause sufficient resistance to the barrel to affect normal operation. If a side of the barrel shows signs that it is rubbing against the forearm, the application of a fine piece of emery cloth to the interfering portion of the inside of the forearm will quickly rectify the problem. Using the Speed Loading Feature
WARNING: CERTAIN WHENEVER LOADING, ALWAYS BE THAT THE MUZZLE IS POINTED IN A

If you are firing a light load and the gun fails to eject, the addition of oil to the magazine tube in the region of the bronze friction piece will sufficiently increase recoil to a point satisfactory for good ejection. Oil which congeals in cold weather or deposits gummy residue may reduce recoil to the point where the gun will fail to eject, Use a high quality lubricant. Occasionally clean the magazine tube and relubricate. If temperatures of ten to thirty degrees below freezing are likely to be encountered, it is best to utilize an oil which maintains its fluidity in such temperatures. Browning Gun Oil is particularly well suited for this purpose. At all times there should be a film of oil on the magazine tube except when 12 gauge, 2 3/4 magnum loads are being used. With this load it is desirable to wipe the magazine tube practically dry. Function will not be affected and you will find these heavy loads much more comfortable to shoot.

SAFE ON BY

DIRECTION SAFE.

SAFETY BEING

IS STRUCK

HAND AWAY WHEN

THE EJECTION PORT THE CLOSES.

TO A VOID

BREECH BOLT,

THE ACTION

The Browning Auto-5 shotgun is equipped with the speed loading system. Its design will enable you to load faster and easier. It is not necessary to press the bolt release button on the right side of the receiver during the loading process, and the same procedure is used in loading the first shell into the chamber as in loading the remaining shells into the magazine.
CAUTION: CYCLED LOADING CALLY READY WHENEVER INTO OR OR TO TO THE ANY A SHELL HAS BEEN CHAMBER-DURING TIME, AUTOMATIIS THE SHOTGUN POSITION.

MANUALLYTHE THE OFF SAFE

FIRE BY SIMPLY MOVING

SAFETY 1

BE SURE THE MUZZLE IS POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION AND THE SAFETY IS ON SAFE.
If the breech bolt is not already
Parts List: Auto-5 Semi-Automatic Shotgun 12, 16 and 20 Gauge
PART NO. P011001 P011003 DESCRIPTION Action Spring All Gauges Action Spring Follower All Gauges P011005 PP*P011015 *P011017 *P011022 *P011024 *P011025 Action Spring Plug All Gauges Action Spring Plug Pin All Gauges Action Spring Tube All Gauges Barrel Extension Assembly, Magnum 12 Gauge Barrel Extension Assembly, 12 Barrel Extension Assembly, 16 Barrel Extension Assembly, 20 Barrel Extension Assembly, Magnum 20 Gauge 07 P011027 P011032 P011035 Breech Block 12M-12 Breech Block 16 Breech Block Magnum 20 Gauge 09 P011036 *P011040 P011042 Breech Block 20 Butt Plate All Gauges Butt Plate Screws All Gauges Butt Stock Magnum W/ Recoil Pad 1 5/8x2 1/2 x 14 1412M ButtStock Field 15/8x 2 1/2" x14 114" 12 Butt Stock Field 1 5/8x P150 P011155 P011159 PP011162 PPP*P011127 *P011134 *P011136 *P011142 P26 P011115 P011117 P011120 PP011124 PPART NO. P011111 DESCRIPTION Carrier Spring Trigger Plate Type 16-20-20M Cartridge Stop 12M 12 Cartridge Stop 16-20-20M Cartridge Stop Spring All Gauges Ejector & Ejector Rod Magnum 20 Gauge Ejector Spring Magnum 20 Gauge Ejector Spring Retainer Magnum 20 Gauge Ejector 12 & Prewar 16 Ejector 16-20& 12M Ejector Rivet 12 Ejector Rivet 12M 1620 Extractor Left 12M-12-1620 Extractor Spring Follower Magnum 20 Gauge Extractor Magnum 20 Gauge Extractor Right 12M-12-16-20 Extractor Pin Left& Right All Gauges Extractor Spring Left 12M-12-16-20 Extractor Spring Right 12M-12 Extractor Spring Right 16-20 Extractor Spring Magnum 20 Gauge P011295 P011297 P011298 P54 P011279 P011280 P011285 P011287 P51 P011275 P49 PART NO. *P011252 *P011254 P011256 P011261 P011264 P*P011269 *P011272 DESCRIPTION Link Pin 12M-12 Link Pin 16-20-20M Locking Block 12M-12 Locking Block 16-20-20M Locking Block Latch Magnum 20 Gauge Locking Block Latch Magnum 12 Gauge Locking Block Latch 2-Piece Carrier 12 Locking Block Latch 2-Piece Carrier 16-20 Locking Block Latch Pin All Gauges Locking Block Latch Spring 12M-12 Locking BlockLatch Spring 16-20-2OM Lock Screw All Gauges Magazine Cap-W/O Swivel Eyelet 12M-12 Magazine Cap-W/O Swivel Eyelet 16-20-20M Magazine Cap W/Swivel Eyelet 12-12M 54 P011294 Magazine Cap W/Swivel Eyelet 16-20-20M Magazine Cutoff- Magnum 12 Gauge Magazine Cutoff 12 Magazine Cutoff 16 Magazine Cutoff 20-20M 78 P011404 *P011405 *P011406 PP74 P70 P011397 P70 PART NO. P011378 PP011381 P011382 *P*PPPDESCRIPTION Recoil Spring 12 Recoil Spring 16 Recoil Spring 20 Recoil Spring Magnum 20 Gauge Safety Crossbolt Right All Gauges Safety Crossbolt Left All Gauges Safety Ball All Gauges Sight Base-Rear-Buck Special 12-12M Sight Base-Rear-Buck Special 16 Sight Base-Rear-Buck Special 20-20M Sight Body-Rear-Buck Special All Gauges Sight Aperture-Rear-Buck Special All Gauges Sight Adjusting ScrewWindage-Buck Special All Gauge Sight Adjusting ScrewElevation. Buck Spec. All Gauge Sight Roll Pin-Buck Special All Gauges Satety Sear 12M-12 Safely Sear 16-20-2OM Safely Sear Pin All Gauges Safety Sear Spring All Gauges

Initial Cleaning Various exposed metal parts of your new Auto-5 have been coated with a rust preventative compound for protection. Before assembling your Auto-5, clean the antirust compound from the barrel, receiver, magazine tube and the action-chamber areas. Browning Oil is ideal for removing this compound and for giving your new gun its first lubrication. However, any quality gun oil may be used. Assembly Procedures
CHECK FEED NO YOUR GUN CAREFULLY THAT AND TO THE BE CHAMBER, CONTAIN ABSOLUTELY SHELLS. CERTAIN
The Auto-5 is delivered, in the box, with the barrel removed and the forearm assembled on the magazine tube. Perform the following steps to assemble your Auto-5 and make it ready for shooting.
travel, the breech bolt unlocks from the barrel, The barrel begins forward movement an instant before the breech bolt begins forward travel. This split second delay lets the barrel get ahead of the breech bolt, which is holding the spent shell with dual extractors. This accomplishes extraction. Ejection occurs when the ejector, located in the barrel extension, strikes the rim of the spent shell during forward travel of the barrel. During forward travel of the bolt, a fresh round from the magazine is fed into the chamber. After the last shell has been fired, the breech bolt locks open, instead of returning fully home. This facilitates speedy, convenient reloading. This operation is semi-automatic; the trigger must be released and pulled to fire each successive shot.
1 Pull rearward on the operating handle and draw the breech bolt rearward where it will remain locked back. Rest the butt end of the stock firmly on any convenient rigid surface. With the left hand, pull rearward on the forearm to counteract the forward thrust of the recoil spring around the magazine tube. with the right hand unscrew the magazine cap. Slide the wooden forearm forward off the magazine tube.
DO NOT SQUEEZE HARD OF COULD CAUSE ON THE OPEN MUCH TO REAR END PRESSURE SPLIT. THE FOREARM. THE TOO
2 The Automatic-5 is delivered with the magazine adaptor in the magazine which limits the gun to three shots total (to comply with Federal migratory bird regulations), If you do not want your gun to be so limited, merely take

CHAMBER AND

INSCRIBED,

DESIGNATIONS,

THE SIDE OF THE BARREL.
even with the "safety" in the "on safe" position. Be extremely careful while hunting or during any shooting activity, to avoid dropping any firearm.
DISCHARGE IF YOUR SHOTGUN FAILS TO FIRE, THE MUZZLE TION. POINTED IN A KEEP SAFE DIREC-
DO NOT SNAP THE FIRING PIN ON AN EMPTY NOT CHAMBER EMPTY! THE CHAMBER MAY BE
Treat every gun with the respect due a loaded gun, even though you are certain the gun is unloaded. 12
KEEP TRIGGER UNTIL YOUR FINGERS AWAY FROM WHILE UNLOADING, TO YOU ARE READY SHOOT. THE LOADING,
BE SURE OF YOUR TARGET AND BACK-
Particularly during low light periods. Know the range of your ammunition. Never shoot at water or
Hold this position for a minimum of 30 seconds. Carefully open the action and remove the cartridge. If the primer is indented, the cartridge should be disposed of in a way that cannot cause harm. If the primer is not indented, your firearm should be examined by a qualified gunsmith and the cause of the malfunction should be corrected before further use. 18
BE DEFENSIVE AND ON GUARD AGAINST

hard objects. 14

ALWAYS CHAMBER CLIMBING A NEGOTIATING UNLOAD BEFORE TREE, YOUR SHOTGUN'S A FENCE, DITCH OR CROSSING JUMPING A

UNSAFE OTHERS.

HANDLING

AROUND

OBSTACLES.
Refer to page 13 of this instruction book for instructions on the unloading of your shotgun. Never place your shotgun on or against a fence, tree, car, or other similar object. 15
WEAR EYE AND EAR PROTECTION WHEN
Don't be timid when it comes to gun safety. If you observe other shooters violating any of these safety precautions, politely suggest safer handling practices. 19
BE CERTAIN YOUR SHOTGUN IS UNLOADED
Unprotected, repeated exposure to gunfire can cause hearing damage. Wear ear protectors (shooting ear plugs or muffs) to guard against such damage. Wear shooting glasses to protect your eyes from flying particles. Always keep a safe distance between the muzzle of your firearm and any persons nearby, as muzzle blast, debris and ejecting shells could inflict serious injury. Also, wear eye protection when disassembling and cleaning your shotgun to prevent the possibility of springs, spring-tensioned

One Browning Place, Morgan, Utah 84050 Distributed in Canada by Browning Canada Sports Ltd/Ltee, Chemin St-Francois, St-Laurent, Quebec, Canada H4S 1 W6 Printed in U.S.A.
You Are Responsible For Firearms Safety. As a gun owner, you accept a set of demanding responsibilities. How seriously you take these responsibilities can mean the difference between life and death. Failure to follow any of these instructions can cause extensive damage to your gun and/or possible serious injury or death to yourself and others. There is no excuse for careless or abusive handling of any firearm. At all times handle any firearm with intense respect for its power and potential danger. READ AND UNDERSTAND all of THE CAUTIONS AND PROPER HANDLING PROCEDURES OUTLINED IN THIS BOOKLET BEFORE USING YOUR NEW FIREARM. 1. ALWAYS KEEP THE MUZZLE OF ANY FIREARM POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION. Do this even though you are certain the firearm is unloaded. Never point any firearm at anything you do not intend to shoot. Be extremely alert and aware of all persons and property within the range of your ammunition. 2. NEVER RELY TOTALLY ON YOUR SHOTGUN'S MECHANICAL "SAFETY" DEVICE. Always assume that your gun can be fired at any time, even with all the safety mechanism engaged. The word "safety" describes a gun's trigger block mechanism, sear block mechanism, hammer block mechanism or firing pin block mechanism. These mechanical devices are designed to place your gun in a SAFER status. No guarantee can be made that the gun will not fire even if the "safety" is in the "on safe" position. See "Operation of the Safety" in your owners manual for instructions on operation of your gun's "safety."
3. LIKE ANY MECHANICAL DEVICE, A "SAFETY" CAN SOMETIMES FAIL; IT CAN BE JARRED OR INADVERTENTLY MANIPULATED INTO AN UNSAFE CONDITION.
Mechanical "safeties" merely aid safe gun handling and are no excuse for pointing your shotgun's muzzle in an unsafe direction. While it is a good idea to "test" your shotgun's mechanical "safeties" periodically for proper function, never test them while your firearm is loaded or pointed in an unsafe direction. Safe gun handling does not stop with your gun's mechanical "safety" devices -- it starts there. Always treat this shotgun with the respect a loaded, ready-to-fire firearm. NEVER TEST THE

MECHANISM OF ANY FIREARM WHILE IT IS LOADED OR POINTED IN AN UNSAFE DIRECTION. 4. WHENEVER YOU HANDLE A FIREARM, OR HAND IT TO SOMEONE MAKE SURE IT IS COMPLETELY UNLOADED.
Always open the action immediately and visually check the chamber magazine. Make certain the chamber does not inadvertently contain any ammunition. Always keep the chamber empty and the "safety" in the "on safe" position unless shooting is imminent.
5. DO NOT TRANSPORT ANY FIREARM LOADED. KEEP ALL FIREARMS UNLOADED DURING TRANSPORT, WHETHER IN A SCABBARD, GUN CASE, OR OTHER CONTAINER. 6. HUNTING FROM ELEVATED SURFACES SUCH AS TREE STANDS IS DANGEROUS.
Doing so may increase the risk of handling a firearm. The following rules should always be observed by you and those you hunt with: Always make certain that the stand being used is safe and stable. Always make certain that your firearm is unloaded when it is being taken up and down from the stand. Always make certain that your firearm is not dropped from the stand, or dropped while it is being taken up or down from the stand. Remember, a loaded firearm may discharge when dropped, even with the safety in the "on safe" position.
BEWARE OF BARREL OBSTRUCTION.
Do this for the safety of both your gun and yourself. Mud, snow, and an infinite variety of other objects may inadvertently lodge in a barrel bore. It takes only one small obstruction to cause dangerously increased pressures that can ruin (swell or rupture) the finest shotgun barrel.
BEFORE CHECKING FOR A BARREL OBSTRUCTION, BE CERTAIN YOUR FIREARM IS FULLY UNLOADED.
Make sure no live rounds are in the chamber. Place the safety in the "on safe" position, open the breech or action and look through the barrel to be sure it is clear of any obstruction. If an obstruction is seen, no matter how small it may be, clean the bore with a cleaning rod and patch as instructed for your particular firearm. Before the first firing, clean the bore with a cleaning rod and patch, and wipe away any anti-rust compounds in the action/chamber areas.
8. ALWAYS UNLOAD ALL FIREARMS WHEN NOT IN USE.
As a safety precaution, it is preferable to disassemble your gun for storage. Your responsibilities do not end when your firearm is unattended. Store your gun and ammunition separately -- well beyond the reach of children. Take all safeguards to ensure your firearm does not become available to untrained, inexperienced or unwelcome hands.
9. USE THE PROPER AMMUNITION.
The barrel and action of all Browning firearms have been made with substantial safety margins over the pressures developed by established American commercial loads. Nevertheless, Browning assumes no liability for incidents which occur through the use of cartridges of nonstandard dimensions which develop pressures in excess of commercially available ammunition with standards established by the Sporting Arms and Ammunitions Manufacturers' Institute (SAAMI).

BE ALERT TO THE SIGNS OF AMMUNITION MALFUNCTION.
If you detect an off sound or light recoil when ammunition is fired, DO NOT LOAD MORE AMMUNITION INTO THE CHAMBER. Open the action and remove all ammunition from the chamber. With the action open, glance down the barrel to make sure that a wad or other obstruction does not remain in the barrel. If there is an obstruction, completely clear the barrel before loading and firing again. Failure to follow these instructions can cause extensive damage to your gun and possible serious injury to yourself and others. 10.
MAKE SURE OF ADEQUATE VENTILATION IN THE AREA THAT YOU DISCHARGE A FIREARM. WASH HANDS THOROUGHLY AFTER EXPOSURE TO AMMUNITION OR CLEANING A FIREARM.
Lead exposure can be obtained from discharging firearms in poorly ventilated areas, cleaning firearms or handling ammunition. Lead is a substance that has been known to cause birth defects, reproductive harm and other serious injury. 11. NEVER INSERT A SHELL OF THE INCORRECT GAUGE IN ANY SHOTGUN. The gauge of your shotgun is marked on the side of the barrel. Store all shells of different gauges in completely separate and well-marked containers. Never store shells of mixed gauges in a common container or in your pockets.
EXAMINE EVERY SHELL YOU PUT IN YOUR GUN. NEVER PUT A 20 GAUGE SHELL IN A 12 GAUGE GUN. The most common way to bulge or rupture a shotgun barrel is to drop a 20
gauge shell into a 12 gauge chamber. The 20 gauge shell, unfortunately, will not fall completely through the barrel; its rim is caught by the front of a 12 gauge chamber. Your gun will misfire (with the chamber appearing to be empty). It is then possible to load a 12 gauge shell behind the 20 gauge shell. If the 12 gauge shell is then fired, the result will be a so-called 12-20 burst which can cause extensive damage to your gun and possible serious injury to you and others.
USE SHELLS OF CORRECT LENGTH.
The size of the chamber is inscribed, along with gauge and choke designations, on the side of the barrel. Do not use 31/2" shotgun shells in a shotgun or barrel with a 2 3/4" chamber or 3" chamber. Do not use 3" shells in a shotgun chambered for a 2 3/4" shells. Doing so can result in a build-up of dangerously high pressures that may damage your gun and possibly cause serious injury to yourself or others. 13.
DO NOT SNAP THE FIRING PIN ON AN EMPTY CHAMBER -- THE CHAMBER MAY NOT BE EMPTY!
Treat every gun with the respect due a loaded gun, even though you are certain the gun is unloaded. 14.
KEEP YOUR FINGERS AWAY FROM THE TRIGGER WHILE LOADING AND UNLOADING UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO SHOOT.

15. BE SURE OF YOUR TARGET AND BACKSTOP. Particularly during low light periods. Know the range of your ammunition. Never shoot at water or hard objects. 16. ALWAYS UNLOAD THE CHAMBER AND MAGAZINE OF ANY FIREARM BEFORE CROSSING A FENCE, CLIMBING A TREE, JUMPING A DITCH OR NEGOTIATING OTHER OBSTACLES. Never lean or place your loaded shotgun on or against a fence, tree, car or other similar object. 17. WEAR EYE AND EAR PROTECTION WHEN SHOOTING. Unprotected, repeated exposure to gunfire can cause hearing damage. Wear ear protectors (shooting earplugs or muffs) to guard against such damage. Wear shooting glasses to protect your eyes from flying particles. Always keep a safe distance between the muzzle of your firearm and any persons nearby, as muzzle blast, debris and ejecting shells could inflict serious injury. Also, wear eye protection when disassembling and cleaning all firearms to prevent the possibility of springs, springtensioned parts, solvents or other agents from contacting your eyes.
18. DROPPING A LOADED GUN CAN CAUSE AN ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE.
This can occur even with the "safety" in the "on safe" position. Be extremely careful while hunting or during any shooting activity to avoid dropping any firearm.
19. IF ANY FIREARM FAILS TO FIRE, KEEP THE MUZZLE POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION.
Hold this position for a minimum of 30 seconds. Carefully open the action and remove the shell. If the primer is indented, the shell should be disposed of in a way that cannot cause harm. If the primer is not indented, your firearm should be examined by a qualified gunsmith and the cause of the malfunction should be corrected before further use.
20. BE DEFENSIVE AND ON GUARD AGAINST UNSAFE GUN HANDLING AROUND YOU AND OTHERS. Dont be timid when it comes to gun safety. If you observe other shooters
violating any of these safety precautions, politely suggest safer handling practices.
21. BE CERTAIN YOUR SHOTGUN IS UNLOADED BEFORE CLEANING.
Because so many accidents occur when a firearm is being cleaned, special and extreme care should be taken to be sure your gun is unloaded before disassembly, cleaning and reassembly. Keep ammunition away from the cleaning location. Never test the mechanical function of any firearm with live ammunition.
22. SUPERVISE AND TEACH FIREARMS SAFETY TO ALL MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY -ESPECIALLY TO CHILDREN AND NONSHOOTERS.
Closely supervise newcomers to the shooting sports. Encourage enrollment in hunting/shooting safety courses.
23. NEVER DRINK ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR TAKE ANY TYPE OF DRUGS BEFORE OR DURING SHOOTING.
Your vision and judgment could be dangerously impaired, making your gun handling unsafe to you and to others.
24. PERFORM PERIODIC MAINTENANCE -- AVOID UNAUTHORIZED SERVICING.
Your firearm is a mechanical device which will not last forever, and as such, is subject to wear and requires periodic inspection, adjustment and service. Browning firearms should be serviced by a Browning Recommended Service Center or by Browning's service facility in Arnold, Missouri. Browning cannot assume any responsibility for injuries suffered or caused by unauthorized servicing, alterations or modifications of Browning firearms. 25. READ AND HEED ALL WARNINGS in these instructions, on ammunition boxes and with all accessories that you install on your firearm. It is your responsibility to secure the most upto-date information on the safe handling procedures of your Browning gun. Browning assumes no liability for incidents which occur when unsafe or improper gun accessories or ammunition combinations are used. 26. Browning reserves the right to refuse service on firearms that have been altered, added to or substantially changed. Removal of metal from barrel(s), or modification of the firing mechanism and/or operating parts may lead to Brownings refusal of service on such firearms. Browning will charge the owner for parts and labor to return the firearm to original Browning specifications.

DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, ALTER THE TRIGGER, SAFETY OR OTHER PARTS OF THE FIRING MECHANISM OF THIS OR ANY OTHER FIREARM. FAILURE TO OBEY THIS WARNING MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH TO YOURSELF OR OTHERS. BE CAREFUL!

 

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