1. Check the Magazine and chamber to make sure the weapon is unloaded. Cock the action to ensure the hammer is cocked.
2. With the point of a bullet or similar drift, push on the latch plunger of the hinged barrel latch found in the hole located near to the front of the right side of the forend. Simultaneously push the barrel rearwards.
3. Raise the cocking handle with the thumb of the left hand to the unlocked position and withdraw the barrel forwards away from the receiver.
4. Disengage the bolt stop plate plunger with the point of a bulleted round or drift, and lift out the bolt stop plate.
5. Remove bolt stop and disengage the link from the main spring plunger. Raise the cocking handle and retract the bolt two inches.
6. Grasp the knob of the operating handle spindle (the small piece located in the middle of the face of the cocking handle) and pull it outward. Slide the operating handle forward until it is clear of the shoulders in the extractor recess and then remove it. Lift out the extractor.
7. Grasp the projecting end of the link and pull it to the rear, withdrawing the bolt through the rear end of the receiver.
Rotate the locking cam counter-clockwise and remove it from the bolt, remove the firing pin.
9. Disengage the hammer block pin and push it out with the point of a bullet or drift; This pin is located behind the feed lips on the right hand side of the weapon. Pull off the butt stock.
This completes basic field stripping. Further disassembly is NOT recommended.
Parts (listed top to botton L to R )
Bolt Stop Plate, Bolt Stop, Cocking Handle, Hammer Block Pin,
Firing Pin & Spring,
Link and Locking Cam, Firing Pin Stop, Bolt,