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Rim

Pattern With

Pattern With

Notches

Lead Shot

Steel Shot

notch code, make sure your shotgun is fully un- loaded.

** *

Knurled

X-Full Turkey Special

I

Full

II

Imp. Modified

Full***

III

Modified

Full***

IIII

Imp. Cylinder

Modified

IIIII

Skeet

Imp. Cylinder

No Notches

Cylinder

Cylinder

Rim

PatternWith

PatternWith

Notches

Lead Shot

Steel Shot

I

Full

*

Modified

Imp. Modified

Imp. Cylinder

Modified***

III IIII

IIIII

Skeet

No Notches

Cylinder

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.

CAUTION: DO NOT CHOKE TUBES IN INVECTOR-PLUS. DO CHOKE TUBES IN INVECTOR. FAILURE ABOVE WARNINGS AND CAUSE INJURY OTHERS.

USE STANDARD BARRELS MARKED

INVECTOR

NOT USE INVECTOR-PLUS BARRELS MARKED TO FOLLOW ALL OF CAN DAMAGE YOUR THE GUN

TO YOURSELF AND

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 com- pletely interchangeable and no special fitting is required. Thus, by merely buying another bar- rel, 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 pheas- ant gun becomes a rifled slug deer gun.

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 de- signed for 2 3/4" shells and vice versa because

the feeding and ejection mechanisms are differ- ent.

Sight Adjustment for the Buck Special

The Buck Special is equipped with a precision rear sight which is screw adjustable for both hori- zontal and vertical correction (See Figure 15).

WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT-

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.

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