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Winchester 290 Winchester 290 Deluxe Winchester 150 & 190 Lever Action Rifle
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Make sure the gun is entirely unloaded before starting the disassembly; visually check some rounds can hide. Read every instruction carefully using the picture only as a reference. RADOCY
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1. Cycle the bolt to cock the hammer and move
the safety to the on position. Remove the maga-
push out the large plastic cross pin located in the receiver just above the trigger. The pin can be pushed out toward either side.
3. Pull the trigger housing down at the rear
and move it slightly toward the rear to disengage its forward stud from its recess inside the receiver. Remove the trigger group downward.
the bottom of the receiver, retract the boIt slightly and use a finger or tool to hold it inside the receiver. Lift the front of the bolt, slightly, and remove the bolt handle from its hole in the bolt.
the bolt toward the rear to clear its forward end from the baITe! throat and tip the front of the bolt upward until it can be removed from the receiver. Caution: The bolt spring is under tension. Ease it Ollt.
6. Remove the bolt spring and its nylon guide from the receIver.
7. Removal of the buttstock requires a special socket wrench with a deep end. When the stock is removed the recoil plate on the inside of the receiver will be released for removal.
Drift out the pin in the end of the magazine tube. Becareful not to damage the tube while drifting out the pin. Remove the cap, spring and follower out the front. Disassembly only if necessary.
9. Drifting out the small, short cross pin in the magazine tube hanger near the muz;le will release the outer magazine tube for removal toward the front. TIlis will allow the forend to be taken off downward. After removal of the forend. the nylon forend mount is easily slid out of its dovetail toward either side(make a small mark("L") on the left side for reassembly).
Flex the rear sight very slightly upward. and
take out the sight elevator. Drifting out the rear sight toward the right will release the barrel collar cover for removal upwarJ. giving access to the barrel collar.
Not Recommended for Normal Takedown: With the proper wrench tum the barrel collar counterclockwise until it is out of the receiver. Remove the ban-el towards the front. The coUar cannot be removed because of the magazine hanger. If the barrel is tight, grip it in a leather padded vise and use a non malTing tool to tap on the front of the receiver.
Read Steps #11-#14 before beginning. Drift out the vertical pin on the left side of the bolt to allow the firing pin to be moved toward the rear. This will ease the tension of the combination firing pin spring and extractor spring.
Remove the extractor pivot pin from its hole in the top
removal of this pin.
of the bolt. Tapping on the underside of the bolt will allow
There will be a steel ball bearing on each end of the spring behind the extractor. Remove the extractor carefully: then the first ball bearing; then the
spring; then the last baJl bear-
ing. *Moving the firing pin forward slightly will push the spring out.
14. Remove the firing pin out towards the rear.
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Move Ihe safety ro the off position. restralll the hammel alld pull the trigger. lowering the hammer to the fired position. Reslrain the sear/disconnector assemhly and remove its pivot pin to\\'arcl the right.
Remove the sear/disconncctor
rhe sear and its spring an: a permanent
the discollnector; the factory.
the pivot pin being riveted Do Not
ill place al
17. Push the hammer pivot out toward either side and remove the hammer assemThe hammer spring and its two nylon SUppOl1 pieces are easily removed from the hammer. bly
The right rear tail of the
hammer spring retains the' safet).Turn the safety slightly anel remove toward the left. ''-
the trigger housing;
.When replacing the safety in place it c)'; shown. The reel ring on the
left with the grooves up so the hammer spring tail on Ihe right lies in the groove 011the safety.
Push out the trigger pivot pin and remove the tngThe sear COIl-
- -I ger from the top of the trigger housing.
tact stud 011the trigger is factor staked; do not disfurbed it.
,-~~Read Steps #20-#24 hefon~ heginning
Ie\ cr. ))n II II Olll toward"
The lop pin n:taiJ)~ the carrici the right
The carrier leh-l" j" 11\)1rel11o\cd
Once it passes the spring and plun!!er: restrain the spring and plunger with a tool and
pin ('~m he drilled \\a). Ollt either
21. rhe roll
drift it out the rest of the
Rel11o\ e the calTier lever to
the rear. Ke~train its plunger and spring. so it i~ not lost.
23. Remove the plunger and spnng.
Driftin~ out v
the last pin towards the right. will release Remove it from the top of the trigger guard.
Note that the hammer pivot has one flat side. Be sure both of the nylon hammer spring supports are oriented so that their flat sides line up with the flat surfCice on the pin. Do not force the pin through or damage will occur to the nylon bushings. \Vhen replacing the sear/disconnector.. assembly be sure the lower end of the sear spring goes toward the rear, down the slope of the trigger.
When installing the outer magazine tube. be sure it is fully to the rear and the groove in its upper flange is aligned \\ ith the cross pin hole in the hanger before insel1ing the crn~s pin. Using a non Illarring hammer gently tap it into place.
When driving the firing pin stop pin on the left side of the bolt. the extractor fall out. Insert the bolt handle temporarily to stop this. pivot pill ma~'
When replacing the bolt spring and guide. use a small screwdriver to push in the'\pring in small increments. while keeping pressure on the plunger. When the rear tip of the plunger I" in the spring hole. restrain the plunger with a fingertip while inserting the bolt and then the bolt handle. Be sure the olunQer rests in the recess of the holt correctl\.