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INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR SHOOTING & MAINTE' ANCE I

TABLE OF CONrrENrS

Warningsl and Djsc~aiimers ~ ..... ~ ~ ~ ... ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ .' .' ~ __ .. ~ ~ ~ ~, u •• ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ .. ~ ~ ••• ~ 2

Hiisl:olry ot the SKS a, ~ ~ II ••• ~.I ~.4·~ ••• "" IOJ.,.. II ~ a, ~ a, IOJ-o- .. ·-I- ••• ~., ~ ~., .. ""., .. ~ 3

Safety Gu ideli nes .. - . - .,- ~ ' ~ ~ .. ~~~ ~ ' ~ ... ,. ~ ....... ~ ~ ., ~ . ~ ~ ~ . ~ .' ~~ ~ ~ . 4

Operative Caunons ~., ' ~ .,-0- ~ , ' ~ .,~ ~ ~ ••• I"" ~'II II ~. IOJ ~ a, .. ., a, r.. •• ~ 5

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peel 'lCa,I:lons -0- ~ ,-0- ~ ~ ., .. ~., ~ ~ ~ ••• ~ ''I'"-o-~ ~ ~ ~ ~,. 'Ii III! ~ ~ .1 ~ ~ ~'II II • II IOJ .. ~ , , ;:.

l.oadinq the! SK:S , ~ ~.,.~ ~ ~~ , ~ ., ' ~ .,~ 'I'"~ •••• ' ~ ~~ ~ ~ •• ~ ~~ ~ ~ 11 ' .. 8

Unlloa,d~ng the SK:S , .. ~ ., .. ~-o--o- •••• It.' ~ n __ .'.' ~~ ~. ~. ~~,,,,,. II ~ ~ IOJ ~ U II •• II II ~ ' ~ 9

Disassemlbl.ylAssembllyl ~ .,+ ~ ., •••• , , ., , , .. , , •• _.- __ 101 111, 12

Clean ing Procedu res , .. u ., .. + , ~ , •• ., _ ~_, 13~ 14

R:emoving Trigger Mecha,n iSm/Magazine , ,., , , 15

R:emoving Recei~er BaJreli Assembly from Slack , .. ~., ~.~,~. 16

SigJht Adijustn1e'nI ' ' , .. ' , , ' 1 ~ .,~ ~ ~ 1 .1 ~ . a, IOJ ., +.17

Mlou nfiing me Bayone1t ~., ~ ~., '. _ ~, ~_ ~ a'IOJ ~., ~ , ~ , •• 17

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• I MIPORTANT:

WARNINGS AN 0 D'ISCLAI MERS

WAR,NING:

Careless use of any firearm can be dangerous. The warni ngs and iinstruldions, in this manu a~1 should be readl thoroughly so that YOUI mlghlt fully understand how tal properl¥ use your SKS rifle. Accidental discharge can occur from careless hl311dling and coud cause serious iniury, deat:hl or damage to property. SKS RIFLES SHOULD BE CLEANED

TJH' O'R'O"U'G"HLY' PR·,O····R TiO" U~~E.

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The, concept of the Assau It R iffre began w'ith 1:he Soviets in the ear~ 1900~s+, Later, dUlring W'orfdl War I Vladimlf Federov' introduced the Fede rov 119116 Automatic R,iffe. which 1:ired a 6~5x50 ~5SIR Japane!se cartrdqe, At this Ii me this cartridgel was thought 10 bel the best for' use in raplid tiring rifles. These gUlns were used tow'ard (he end of the 1914-18 war andl 'he RUISSO· Finln ish war of 19391.40'~

DAN1GER - AMMUNITION W'ARN11IN:G:

Use only 7.62.x39mm Soviet ammu Mian in you r SKS rifle. Never attempt to use! amlmuni1:ian of a ny other cal iber in your gun. Use onlfy newly manufactu red amlmUlnlition that is olf high qUla~ity and iin good condifion .. Ne,v'er use! "remanufactured" or hand-loaded (reloaded) arnmu nifion or amlmuinition that is, tau Hy, incolrrect or no nstandard I as bot hi 1hle manutaciu rer and the importer of thiis firearm specifica,Jifry disclaim respons,ibil my fOf anly' dlamage or .njury whatsoever occu ring in connection with or as, the resu It ot the use of such ammunition wi~hl this fiirearm.

Ou ring World War ~ 1.1 thle' RussiianstJ need for 1:he tl A,vtomat:·1 increased~ and they adopted use of a 11 .. 62x391mml c'artridgel., The weapon created by S.G., Si money to fiire' this cali1rildge W'3S the, SK,S45! (5amozaryad nj Karabliin Silmonova) a selt-(blading carbi ne f whichl was a scaled-down version ot the 14~5x111 .. 8mm PIRTS; ard:iJ-l'ank rifle,. The SKs.45 was

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e8,sy to lelu strip a,n I. rnamtam ane Wasl qjUIOe popular.

At thiis same Ii me! M. T ~ Kalashnlikov was work i ngl on designingl a seriesotsmaa anns, w'hic:h would also usethe 71.,62x:39mmc'artridge'. He was successfu Il and develOped one of the best known millita,ry weapons of our 1ime., the AK-47 (Avlomat Kala,shlnikova) in 194,71' The AK-47 was thel proto1ype fa r many subsequent versions, and thel Ch~ nese manutactured SKS Type 56 rifle is a d irect deri~'ative of Kalash nikoVs deslgn4

At the ccnclesion olf W'orlld War II~.I 1hle Peoplle~sl Rep1ublic of China, inhreri!edl many of these Soviet weapons from the Japanese.. (The Japanese had seized them in Uanchulriia .. ) DUlring the Ch inese C·ivil War., thel PRe, began making this equipment. and by wafs end wlere we!~lj on thei r wayl to s1andardiz i ngl pfod'uctionl or these Soviet-type sma~1 arms ..

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lin recent yelars. th,e Peoole's Repub~ic of China has been producingl the, 7 ~62x:39mm Type'68l the 7'1Il62x39mm Type 61 ~ the 7 ~62x25mm Type 64 ~ and the SKS Typ1e 56 w'ith the dilstiinqulishing fokJing bayonet. The SKS Type 5& was encountered t:req~ent:~y du ringl the Vietnam War ~

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As a mj~ itary weapon, the SKS; riifJe is only UISed' by frontier torces, however it remans ever popu llar withl Ihe! American sportsman as a hUlnting we,apoln~ and as aJw'ays wilh collectors and Ii rearms enthlusiasts,.,

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1., Afwa,ys treat a lir'eafm as if it were loaded., Accidents happen whenl ::. ·I·S· "Ial·eg·ed~ th· 'at Ihe W· aapo n II!IS unL.....1II!"IIi1ded

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OPERATIVE CAUnONS FOR FIRING SKS RIFLES OR ANY SEM I-AUTOMATIC WEAPON

SAFETY GUIDELINES

FOR PROPER OPERA' ION OF FIREARMS

TEST YOIUR GUN:

1] ~ Load 1wo rounds of ammo into the rnaqazjna.

2:~ Whii~e in a, stable tiring position ,I pcNnt the muule downrward~

3 ~ Pu n the chargi ng handlle or sllide back, and ~e1 it flry forward' to chamber the tirslt rou nd ~

4. If your weapon f:iires.~ stop tiring and unload weapon ~ (This is :calledl a "Slam Fire ~ II}

5~ ~f there is no ··Slam Fire", aim the w'elapon and p.lJII the trigger.

6~ It both rounds 1i lie with one pu ll 01: the trigge!r Ii stop tiringl. (This is calledl "Doub~ing .. ")

71~ Either situation is dangerous.1 and the gunl shou fdl not be flired ~ T ak:e the wea,pon to a gUlnlsmli~h or' place olf pu rchase,

2., Keep' the muzzle 01 the firearm pointed toward a sare directon at aNI fimss. Never po1int a weapon at anythling you do not intend to destrOylI

CAUTI'ONS;:

14 Do not a~lbw rifle to be heated or sunbu mt~ 2~ Fr-~ently lubric'ate your w'eapon ~

3. Freq~entl\f clean your' weapon~ Plarticutarly the gas system and bore. Alwa,ys cover wi~h a light coat of gun oiill alter cleaning.,

41, When sll.oring II aJlwalYs keep the hammer in itsl re!te'asedl

:rI~ posmon.

3. Never ref¥ excrusively on your gunlJs, safety mechanlsm It is onl~ an aid 10 safe glU n hlandling, but it is a dev'jce whichl could tail or bel inadvertently d~sengagled~

4~ ChlSCk, to see thai the barrel is free of obstruction before li'ringl.

RelliTlOve all glreas8, Oi'l~ or o1:her debris; to prevent the barrel from rup1uring: upon fliring. C,heck. She bore, the chamber, and mag]az:inel assembly.

51., Be absoJlutJey certain of you r target and the backstop. M aka sure y'ou r backstop is sound, and to preven1 ricochet II never shoot at hard objects or waterl'

7. Understand the operannq prilnciple of the lireaJ111 and become famil tar wilh its handllilng characteristcs before attemp~ ilIg tOI use it~

8. Be, certain YOUI 3J8 usinq tile correct ammunition. Use olnJy higlh, quality mil nary Of commercial ammenltlon I, 001 0011: use reloaded or handlfoaded cartridges.

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THOROijGH LV' CLEAN YOUR SKS RJFlE PRIORI TOI UlSE!!

10_ In case olf fail:ure to flre, always keep the muzzle pol nted in. a, safe direc1 ion and hold the firearml in thiis positon for 30 seconds. Alter 3:01 seconds, remove the magazine~ openl1he acton. and retrieve· the car1ridge~

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SPECIFICATIONS

SKSTYPE-56

PARTS

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The SKS Rifle consists of 11 Main Parts. (Figure 1)

1. RecoiIl Spr~ng Assembly

2. Receiver Cover

3., Receiver'

4F Bolt

5. Gas TubeJHandgua,rd Assembly

6~ Bayonet

7. Stock

8. Trigger Group

9. Maga.zine

110~ BarreJ

11 . C leaning Rod

Calibre: , III ~ , •••• , ~ •• , ~ •• '" III ' III III "III .. II; I' III ., .. _ ., ••• - ••• 7 .. 62mm

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B 'rrol... 20· ',5" tnehe s 4 O· move, R~H. T wislt

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Muzzel velocity: "L_ - •••• ' Ill III .. ~ II iii ., .. .,.. III 2,41 0 tp,s.

Mant:lz·ln.o" 10--r:ound fixed bOIX

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The Basic SKS Accessor"es. (FlQtlre 2)

1. Clean ing Rod Head

2. Drift

3.. Brush

4. Oir Can

5 .. , Accessory Case

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Jt will be helpfu I to refer tOI thel parts described and shown on these tw'o pages when follbwjng the ins1ructions in this manual,

(Page 1 ' .. 19 lists all availa1ble parts~)

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LQ,ACING THE S:KS,

,I nstru ctio ns fo Ir L.oad in,g

(.AIL WAYS RIE,M_AIIN ,CON'SCI:OUS, OF' MUZZJLE POlSIITI,'ON ~~,'I

1. Rip 'thesaf'B~Y to '~hQ "ON"' pcsition. (RguFe 3}

2. Pu~~ chargr~g hamu:Ue on boll cal'nter b\alck unUli1he aeltoJ.1

tacks open.

3,. Load w'~th ,e'ah er s ingie rounds ow' ~str.~l1per clips,. (Ftg ure 4)1 AI Ar:ii3';1lI fem'aiin consoeus 0.1. muzzle I"iIf'tsition.

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5. Pulti 'em rglng h aJndJ~e ba.dk and let 'the baR carrier Hy fO'fWard to chamber the tirst found.

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(A,l.WA'YS, RiE MA~N C:ON'SCI'OIUS O'F' MUZZlJE, P OSrr~ON!!) t. A~m ~ale dow rnI'Utg e.

2. Re~ease the SSifety'.

3. Place 'fi nger .i:ns~de '~ri'g;g er gu am on the· trijgg ar,

4. Pu;u II th e' tr~gef' back

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(ALWAYS REMAIN CQNSCIO'U~S OF' MUZZLE PosmONWr), When the gu 1:11 is.-'fin~d I gas ~rres;sure ~ e:Q;rn;cted from '1ini9' spelllt '~a.rtrid'ges;1 and ~.hejf are ejected. New rounds are then ,aLJt.omat~cany' fed IILI nti I all the rounds are' gQna~ Of:" tlnel shooter stopsfiri ng. Whe,n finish ed firfng,~ l'nck, ,back t~H~~' looJ1 ,rand ,afWtilYs engage t he safety bef,o;re unhardiD'lQ, unesee

c,arIJridg:es,

Instru etl onstor 'Un:lo adli ng

('AlWA,YS REMAmN C:CNSCiOUS, 'Of MUZZLE POSffION'!~) 11. n bolt w.as, ~DCked ~ack, 'rlifle shouldl be unlooded.

,~. Visua,II'y ins,pect 111 e magazjn e iU1d chamber to confirm that gu n ls emp1Jf.

3" Ilf unsu re w'n et he If ·empty ~ ~rnmedjate[¥ place, the sa~e1Y' i F1 the ~ION"" pos1tJon_

4. ,i1'eIease the 'magazin,e, Q)\frS.r by puUlng back the 'magazine cover latch. (Figure 5)

5,. Any U 11r8xpended tOll rids win noW' be freed ~rQ'm IhB' mragaz [nit.

eL :Now! lock the, magaZine cover 'back in plac:-e.

1. Next, pu II back the oh BfQ ~IlQ 'h andle '1,0 the rear a nd extract and eject the Ii¥e round Til the ehambsr, The bcl~ stop wH ~ auto rnatlcal ~ lock 'I he' bert carrier 'back. (Fig~ re 6.)

8, Ag_a'j n'l \I' Iwally ~nspect 1hle we~pon"

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SICS DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY

M Iii ke.' a sai's examination 'of 1he rme to' be o9:,rtain H, is nDlloaded before S!1nippinQ_ OP'EHl the ,maga2,ine cnvst, draw back boH, and ,look into mag aline and chamber to be eertaln they are! empty-

~In struenens fa r Dis assem:b1 y/Assembl y

1. Take, Olil~' all accesscnes, Wit'h a fing;s r.p rsss in ~ Iile rover lof the accessory chamber on the butt, p rate and! tak'9 the' case for aecessore sour O'f the SfOCk:_ (Rgufe 7) Open the cass and ta.ks CUJt ~he accessories ..

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2_ To remove' the {;lean!Jng rod: :sw~ng the ba,y-anet outwar,d from the muzzle o~' the nOre ,and remove '~he cleaningr rod.- Then, 'fold the bayo net back, down ro a I m3n~hl pes ttb'O~ _,"!

3, TOI rremoV',e rece~ver lcover and n3coU spni'l1g as~sm'lJly: hold the ,smaJlJI of lhe s,took with your left hand. ptessinQl wrUl your thumh on Ure r'ear 0.1 the lrec~ver covel (Fi'gur'e e;); rotate w~.h U~e right hand ~ he receiver rover MtlaJ~jn9 p'in arm u,pward ~o its. vertlc'le ,poSition ,and pull ~lil9 Jpin out ~Ol tile' right as fair as pos.sible,. {IFigu re 9',) Allow receiver covet 1:0 movel badkwa rd 1/~' and' remove by sliding to. rS18!r_ (Figure ~IO) R'Blmove 1he' recoi~' 'spning 1'rorrn UHJ! rear 001 the bott carrier, (Figu lie 11) (Se certain to reinstall'~iI spring with C G Jlp end forward.)

S,KS DlSASSEMB:l Y I ASSEMBLY

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4. To ~"emo'l\e the boll: pul~ ihe bott ba,ck as 'fair as it ",tin gOI, and' remove'the entire assemoly. {Figure 12) When reinstaHing oo;ft, be ol&rtanrl magazine. cover is litot laltcher:::t)

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DI'5ASSEMBl Y I ASSEM,BL Y

5~ To remove Gas l'ube1Handgua rd ,Assembly: u sa a pln pu nGh ~D PliY the ~ever located en ri'ght 01 rear sight base limo, ths positio!'!l, wfuere the camm,j'1il9 s'Ulriaoo located at the ~roli1~ is oQmplete~y verticle (FJgUt,e 1:3). CAUTI,O,N1: FLfrl1he,~ movem:ent win allOw operat~lng rod and ;spring to esca,p9.

6. Now remove theGa~s Tubel Hancfguard Assemblv . r,aJi,e the hand'gU3:rd ass's mbJy and rock :it ,S ~owJy 1:rom ,s,idle to side until it can be pulled awa;y from ~he 9':iS Iblock'. (Fig~.ue,·· 4,)

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7. T~e, 'g'a5 piston can now be pulled out of the gas tubel handguard assembJ¥.

NOTE: The s even steps listed are sufficielllt 'h) field-strip, ItI,e rine for cleanu ng aM regu lar m al nten<a nee.

,AS$EMBl Y REQUlAES aNt r iHA t YrOU PRE~ORM' THE AS'IOVE STEPS INRE.VE.RSE ORDER.

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CLEAN,IIN'G THE SICS

M,ake a safe e,xamilnation of the' nine to :0 e certain it is In 0, ' load eel before cle8!n~ng. To dean, begin with the, rifle' field-:51'r:ippOO. (Instructro1ns 011 Pag:e 1~.')

lnstruetions for CI,eani'ng 'the Rifle

1. Attach 'the bore 0 rush to the cleaning rod .

2. Satu rate the' bore brush w:fth gun solvent. and push th rem ghl the length of me barrel, (Fj:gure 15} If usingt oorros~e primer I ~hisSite,p !rs, wrJ importanuo re move'lhe oorros jive resid'u,e f:rom the barrel 01: 'Y'o:urr liUs ..

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3, Make' at least 10 passes 1hrough the Dm81 from fuel mu.Zllle end. TI1I e cap' of 1he accessory tube can be used ~o prote.ct "Ihe crown orme muzzle from damage' diUrirl,g, clea.n~ng~ Use a cleanIng jag er slCiU ad tip antdl pus h a clean dry patch Uuough ~.nB bere, NoW' pass a c~ean patch soaked with 50Ivent ~ooglh 1 he bore. Attamat)B Hais pr1ocedure' 'wijh wet and dry patches TJ,~d I the patches come oLllI c1I ean,

BEFORE FIRlNG, [CHECK THE BO,RE FOR' OBSTRUCTIONS.

o!t [.lny th,e bore iln a c~ ean dry patoh~ ilUld then apply a thin coat

of oil to 'the bore wl~h a ~na~1 oil ,soaked patch. -

5. While cJeaning tile bore, .. , you should also g~~e '[he chamber a~3a a thorough brosihing' as welt Use the same technique 'with the pate hes, ,at1:emati ng wet and dry until the cha\l1lber is; o~e,an. llo not fe.av'6; aU residue in the chamber.

16; C.hian t;he bolt ba,R earner, piston, recoil spring and receiver. ,A ~oot~bro,Sh can be 'Used 'B1fec~ively fer c~eanmg these parta Wipe Ulem ,dry, and then coat ~he [bearing Siunace,s lof the boJt and! bol1' carrrer whh, a thin coat o~ ,greats!. Dc not pour aU ~nto the· receiver indiscriminalely.

7. C lea n ~ he !;'l9S PQJ1 ,and g,as bloo1l!;: area (Rgu re. 1 S) R,emove rh~ gas; J.1·~s10,n frofW) the ~ndgu8Jrd aM gas cylJmjer assembiy I and c!ea,n thonJijghly [lh soly,ent. R emOV,B aU carbon foul [n911 dry with a clean r,ag n then [apply iii light coat of ort (Gas PoJTt C~ e'~111 ing ~oo ~ is. oorma~~y. nal. included ~n basic Q~eaninD ki1s,r bu~. IS aVaJ~ able mom SKS pam dealers.)

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TO RE-ASSEMB!.E REVERSE' THE TAKEDOW'N PROCESS~

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Prto r to start be eenaln rifle is not loaded.

1. Place tlle safety in '~he ft'O;N~ position.

2. Release box. magazine cover.

a,. USG' OJ pin [punch to strIke ~he '~rig:ger mechanism IretailllIng button at rear of trigger bow.. (FgLU re ~ '7)

4.. Once re1:easoo'l the ~rrlgg:e;!" assemblY can be pu ~Ied back'rrom the stodk ass embly.

5~ With 1lhe 1 riOOlet ·m,ooha,J1]sm rJ9l11!lOv,edl, and ~he bolt ~QCked in the open position .. !!he magazine ca fa be taken oot D~ ttl e ,stock by :s'llmultanOOUrsly [pul[llililg ·~he magazine' down ,aJ1d to the rear. (Rg,u re 18) 'When ,reinstaJling magllZlne e certai I!'I from Of mag~azune is, el1gaged ~n tug on receiver.

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NOirE: [Fo,rreigln mat,e'rial in tfjgg.Sf ,group is amaj,or 'cause' 0"( SKS '''IDoUJtdtng~' Of MSfam Firing";. Trigger gr.oup stiolird be cleanedl and rubricated IregulaJfly.

AT THIS DMEj RECEIVER' BAllllEl5TOCK ASSEMBL,r ItA y a'E REMOVED~

REMOVING

REC"'EIIVEIR B"ARREL ASS' 'EMBLY' FR'O' M ST"O' CK

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Prior to start ~ rerJ'lCW'e trigger mechanism Imagazme_ (I nstruetions on Pa,ge 15,+.)

1., E'xtend ba vonet~

2_ Lay gun on padded table upsde down_

3. With right hand hold rear of receiver assembl¥ tightly against table willl screwdlriWer or purch. With left hand2 lit up firmly on stock separati ng ihe two pieces. (Figu re 19)

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NOTE: Crossboft removal is not required or recommended.

ASSEMBLV REQUIRES ONLY THAT YOUR PERFORM THE ABOVE STEPS IN REVE'RSE' ORDER.

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ADJUSTMENT

Elevalion: Us,iing a front sight e~evationtoof.] insert: the forked end oflhe tool into thle l:op of the frool: sjght hood- Engage the tool into the tlats of the! front sight post. Tum Ihe too II counterclockwise to IoWef 1he bUlllef's 1)(J!iint of impact on 1arge1 ~ To raise the poilnt ot i'mpact" lurnl the] too II

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Wilndage: Using a smalt mallei and brass pureh, or ani after market wind'age adjustment tool, windagel can] be adjusted byl dlrifting the front Slight seat, ill the direction desired~ From the perSpecliv'e ot a sight picturel rntl¥e the front sight sea1 in the opposile direction you want your point olf impact tal shift. For example, to mo¥e thel group on the targeilO the Jeft]~ drift the front sight seat to 1:he right ..

The r-ear sigh.t is an open notch type wlhich is adjustable for elevation from 1100 meters to 1000 meters (1: 10 yards tOI 1100] yards). There! is aliso an all purpose llba1tlell setting on the sight ladder. set for 300 meters (330 yards}. This, is aHa,ined by' morving the ellevation] slide to the rear 0' the ~a,d(ler as far' as it win go.,

MOUNTING THE BAYONET

Begin by sliding the bayonet handle and the ba¥Onet spring over the tang of the spike bayonet, Push downward on the hlandle until the slot for attaching the bayonet screw is exposed. Hold the bayonet carefulfy in thisl posilion wi'lh the muzzle ling 1:acingJ the mUlZ'zle1 of the riflle! and insert the, bayonet pin into its proper slbl in the bavonet lug~ Tiglhten the' bayonet pin withl a. screwdlrirver of proper size .

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PARTS LEGEND

PARTS LEGEND

1 ~ Pistoln

2~ Handguard and gas cylinder 3. Piston extension

4~ Piston return spring

5. From: sight

6. From sight: seat

7. Handguard catch

8. Bayonet screw'

9. Bayonet asselmbly 1 01• Hold open latch pin

11. Hold open latch spring

12. HOlkj open la,1ch

13. Receiver and barrel

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14. Takedown tatch

15. Trigger guard latch

16. Laten pin

17 ~ Rear houising

18. Bo~t ca rrier

19. Bolt

20. Firing pin retainer

21. Firing pjn

22~ Extrac10r spring

23. Extractor

24. Recoil spring

25. Sprilng retainer

26. large spt"ing guide

27. Small spring gu ide

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28~ Stock assembly

29~ T'rigger guard spiring

30. M agazine'

31. Magazine foJ'iowle'r

32. Foillower spring 33 ~ Hingel pin

344 Magazine cover 35.. Cover latch

36.. Laten spring and sear sprinlQI 374 Sear

38. Latch stop pin

39. T riggler gUlard

40~ D1isoonnector hinge 41 ~I Trigger pin

42. Safety catch

43. Safety ca1ch spri ng 44_ Trigger

45~ Safel1y catch pin 46. T rig'ger bar

47.. Trigger bar pin 48~ Triggef spr'inlg 49. Disconnector

50., Rebou nd disconnector 51. Hammer

52.. Hammer strut pin 53 ~ Hammer strut

54. Hammer springl 5,5.. CJelaning roo'

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