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Remove forend Browning Superposed

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Boxbirder, Aug 7, 2013.

  1. Boxbirder

    Boxbirder Member

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    I am trying to figure out how to remove this forend from the barrels. Browning Superposed mid 80's B1.
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  2. ljutic73

    ljutic73 Well-Known Member

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    That one screw under the take down lever hold it all together...a magnetized screwdriver is a big help...be VERY careful when you're doing it. The wood is very thin and fragile.

    Ron Burr
     
  3. SYLHOUETTE

    SYLHOUETTE TS Member

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    remiove the screw under the break open lever. it is right by your thumb in the picture. under thr screw is a small cap ( lack of a better word) remove this cap it easier with a tweezer then just slide the whole forearm forward this may require some tapping. it is really not a big deal
     
  4. ljutic73

    ljutic73 Well-Known Member

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    That screw under the take-down lever pretty much holds it all together. Use a magnetized screwdriver or you'll drop the #@$#@#@#@ screw a few times. Be VERY careful when you take the wood off. It's thin and fragile.

    Ron Burr
     
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