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Browning Auto 2000 Shotgun Manual

Browning Auto 2000 Shotgun Manual

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Published by: Pedro Burka on May 30, 2012
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BROYYNING
R
We are proud that you have chosen aBrowning. In its manufacture we have endeav-ored to incorporate the very finest in materialsand craftsmanship, and with just reasonablecare this gun should provide you with manyyears of pleasure and dependable service. If,by any chance, you have any observations tomake regarding its performance or appearance,we hope you will write us immediately.We would also like to know more about youas a Browning owner and would be grateful if you could take but a moment to complete andreturn the marketing survey card found onthe inside back cover.Thank you.
BROWNING
BROWNING
New Gun Owner’s Record
Keep
 
this
record for
future
reference
Browning Model.
Gauge..
Purchase Price..Date of PurchasePlease fill out and mail the Marketing Survey
Card
at
the
back of the booklet.
BROWNING
Route
#
1, Morgan, Utah 84050
Distributed
in Canada by:
8rowning
Arms Co. of Canada, ltd.5350
Ferrier
Street, Montreal, Que.
H4P
1L9
 
GAS OPERATED AUTOMATIC SHOTGUN
NOMENCLATURE
In conventional gun terminology, the posi-tion and movement of gun parts are describedas they occur with the gun horizontal, innormal firing position; i.e., the muzzle is for-ward or front; butt stock is rearward or rear;trigger is underneath; the rib is on top.
a.
b.
CAUTION
ALWAYS VISUALLY CHECKYOUR SHOTGUN
-
to be certainthat it does not inadvertently containany ammunition. Whenever you pick up a gun, immediately make sure thegun is on safe and the chamber and
magazine are unloaded.
ALWAYS KEEP YOUR GUNSSAFETY IN THE “ON SAFE”
POSI-
TION
-
even if you are certain thegun is unloaded.Check and doublecheck, frequently while you are hunt-ing. Be sure contact with a twig, atumble on slippery terrain, the mo-ment of excitement after a shot, or adozen other seemingly innocent inci-dents have not left
you
with a gun,“off safe.”Never point a gun you are certain
is
“on safe” at anything you do notintend to shoot. Safe gun handlingdoes not stop with your guns mechan-ical safety. It starts there. Handleyour gun at all times with deep respect
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