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Citori Plus--Help

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Shady Creek, Jul 8, 2007.

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  1. Shady Creek

    Shady Creek TS Member

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    Bought one and don't know a thing about how to adjust the rib or the recoil suppresser,no paperwork.

    Anyone know where I could get a manual,please?

    Thanks. GOOD LUCK
     
  2. ChillyW

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    http://www.browning.com/products/manuals/index.asp
    Go there. Under "Historic Manuals" there's a manual for the Citori Plus.
     
  3. Shady Creek

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    Hey,thanks chilly. I've been to the Browning site but didn't think about Historic Manuals,thanks again,Ollie. GOOD LUCK
     
  4. Shady Creek

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    Recoil reducer broken,where would anyone find a Timney reducer for a Plus gun?

    Thanks. GOOD LUCK
     
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    Wrights have them, link above. Bill Malcolm
     
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    Shady Creek, before getting a new one, take yours apart. I thought mine was done, it froze up on my while it was compressed. I took it completely apart, and ended up removing a spring. I left one in instead of two. I lubed it up completely, Now it works much smoother. It was better than buying a new one. Steve
     
  7. Shady Creek

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    1ljutic1 and SkipC,thanks for the info. All I do is take the top spring(that is broken) and the follower out and it will function OK without bottoming out? I tried that but I didn't shoot it, was afraid it might bottom out.

    Again, thanks. GOOD LUCK
     
  8. Shady Creek

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    Thanks,I'm shooting it today. GOOD LUCK
     
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    Thanks,I'm shooting it today. GOOD LUCK
     
  10. Shady Creek

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    Flinch !!!!! GOOD LUCK
     
  11. 1Ljutic1

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    I just took out the one spring and I think a spacer. Put it back together and shot it. Worked better than ever. Steve
     
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    Brand new Browning Factory recoil reducer for BT-99 and Citori Plus on ebay from MGW.

    Jeff
     
  13. DTrykow

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    I put a Timney Reducer in and much better than factory. It came with two springs to choose from. One heavy and one light. I'd be careful about adding or subtracting springs. Dave T.
     
  14. Shady Creek

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    SkipC,don't go anywhere yet,I want to pick your brain.

    I took the top plug out,then the 1st. spring (broken),then the follower.

    I compressed the reducer slightly but I couldn't get the two small screws out on the bottom half out to completely take it apart. Did they use locktite?

    I am a mere child of 62 (Ha) and I had never seen one of these things, let alone take one apart and shoot with it.

    Thanks for all the help,Lord knows I need all the help I can get. GOOD LUCK
     
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    Anyone ever take one of these completely apart ? How to ? GOOD LUCK
     
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