Introduction

The butt of the Carbine is a main component and is critical for aiming properly and safety. If the butt of your carbine is worn or cracked and it is affecting your aim, it is time to replace it. CAUTION: The butt of the Carbine is held together will small pieces that can easily be lost. Be sure to have a clean and clear space to set pieces while replacing.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/3: Place the carbine with the saddle ring and leather thong facing upwards. Image 2/3: Locate the screw head on the cocking lever. Image 3/3: There should be one on either side of the saddle ring and one on the cocking lever assembly.
  • Make sure the safety is on!

  • Place the carbine with the saddle ring and leather thong facing upwards.

  • Locate the screw head on the cocking lever.

  • There should be one on either side of the saddle ring and one on the cocking lever assembly.

  • Place a #2 Phillips Screwdriver in the 11/16ths of an inch, matte black screw on the cocking lever assembly. Twist with a counter-clockwise motion.

  • Completely remove the screws.

  • Be wary of the black washers on the other side of the Carbine. Be sure to keep track of them once they fall out after the screws are removed

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Image 1/2: With your fingers in the handle, slide the lever towards the butt of the carbine. Image 2/2: Finally, pull the cocking lever and carbine in opposite directions to replace the cocking lever.
  • Remove the cocking lever by placing your dominant hand’s fingers through the cocking lever handle.

  • With your fingers in the handle, slide the lever towards the butt of the carbine.

  • Finally, pull the cocking lever and carbine in opposite directions to replace the cocking lever.

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Image 1/2: Locate the screws on either side of the saddle ring. Image 2/2: Using a #2 Phillips Screwdriver, twist  in a counter-clockwise motion.
  • Once the cocking lever is removed, place the carbine with the saddle ring facing upwards.

  • Locate the screws on either side of the saddle ring.

  • Using a #2 Phillips Screwdriver, twist in a counter-clockwise motion.

  • Completely remove the two screws.

  • Be wary of the two washers on the other side of the Carbine. Be sure to keep track of them once they fall out after the screws are removed

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Image 1/2: Locate the screw located above the saddle ring where the black metal meets the wooden butt. Image 2/2: Using the same #2 Phillips Screwdriver, twist in a counter-clockwise motion.
  • Now rotate your carbine so the top of the carbine is visible.

  • Locate the screw located above the saddle ring where the black metal meets the wooden butt.

  • Using the same #2 Phillips Screwdriver, twist in a counter-clockwise motion.

  • Completely remove the screw.

  • Be wary that this screw is a different length, and that there is no washer attached to it.

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Image 1/2: Slide the butt away from the Carbine until it is free of the metal tongs. Image 2/2: The butt will not slide out quickly. The metal tongs grip the butt so that it is a tight fit.
  • Place your dominant hand on the wooden butt and your other hand on the metal barrel.

  • Slide the butt away from the Carbine until it is free of the metal tongs.

  • The butt will not slide out quickly. The metal tongs grip the butt so that it is a tight fit.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

Trelawney Bullis

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