LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Hunting Equipment 9422 user manual

User manual for the device LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Hunting Equipment 9422

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Date of adding : 2013-02-26 16:46:45
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Winchester Model 9422 Lever Action Rifle Owner’s Manual

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We sincerely hope that you are pleased with your new Important instructions for Winchester Model 9422 rifle. We at U.S. Repeating Winchester Model 9422 Arms Company thank you for the privilege of crafting this rifle for you. We are especially proud of the many Lever Action Rifle years of enjoyment it is certain to provide for you and your family. The Model 9422 is another rifle in an over U.S. Repeating Arms Company, Inc. 130 year-old tradition of producing quality firearms for the World’s spo

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Contents Page MODEL 9422 Gun safety warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Over 25 years ago Winchester set out to create a new Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 22 caliber rifle. They wanted it to be a quick handling, General description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 easy-to-use design with traditional craftsmanship and a large dose of 19th century nostalgia. The rest is history. Ter

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GUN SAFETY WARNINGS bumped, or jarred with a chambered round might acciden- tally discharge even with the safety on, causing serious IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT THESE OPERATING injury to you or someone else. When a round is cham- INSTRUCTIONS BE THOROUGHLY STUDIED bered keep the safety on until you are ready to shoot. BEFORE USING THIS FIREARM TO ASSURE 2. Do not rely on the safety (half-cock position) to pre- PROPER AND SAFE GUN HANDLING. FAILURE vent accidental discharge. Many safeties merely block t

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7. Before firing, clean any grease or oil out of barrel with injury to yourself or a bystander. cleaning rod and patch. Grease or heavy accumulation of 13. Store your gun in a clean dry place out of reach of chil- oil can cause excessive pressure and result in serious dren and separated from stored ammunition. personal injury. 14. Never alter any parts of your gun. Any alterations or 8. Keep barrel, chamber and action free of rust. Rust in the adjustments that may become necessary to the operat

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MODEL 9422 FEATURES The receiver top is grooved to easily accept rimfire-type scope You can be proud of the Model 9422 in every way. A hammer extension is provided with bases. When your 9422 is taken The Model 9422 possesses classic lever action your Model 9422. This makes cocking down, the scope stays attached styling like no other 22 you can own. No other rifle the hammer convenient, even when to the barrel half to preserve has a feel and function that so closely emulates the using a scope. a

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Sights are made to handle rough conditions. FIGURE 1 Front and rear sights are drift adjustable for windage. The rear sight also features an eleva- tor system for quick elevation changes, plus the sight blade can be adjusted for small changes with screw-type sight blade attachment. Classic barrel band The authentic look of the Model The tubular magazine The inner magazine tube is styling. 9422 isn’t just for fun. The design with tube-mounted of durable brass. For con- Model 9422’s lever action l

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FIGURE 2A Receiver Ejection Port Rear Sight Sight Hood Front Sight Hammer Buttstock Muzzle Forearm Loading Port Magazine Tube Trigger Finger Lever Buttplate GENERAL DESCRIPTION looks are much like that experienced by hunters, trappers, farmers and sportsmen with their Model 94 centerfire Your new Model 9422 is one of several different versions rifles. and configurations offered. The basic operating procedures are the same for all of them. Where there are differences TERMINOLOGY AND DESCRIPTION

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The Winchester Model 9422 is also shown disassembled Breech Bolt Locking Firing Pin FIGURE 2B Surface to the extent necessary in order to follow instructions Extractor Right contained in this book (see Figure 9 later in this manual). Bolt Cam Upper Throughout this manual the “action” refers to the Pin mechanism of this rifle which loads and secures the cartridges in the chamber. Bolt Face Extractor Left SERIAL NUMBER Extractor Ejector Right The serial number is located in two places on your M

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AMMUNITION DISCHARGING FIREARMS IN POORLY VENTILATED AREAS, CLEANING FIREARMS, The caliber of your Model 9422 is inscribed on left side of OR HANDLING AMMUNITION MAY RESULT IN the barrel, toward the receiver. Three versions are EXPOSURE TO LEAD AND OTHER SUBSTANCES currently made and will be marked one of these ways. KNOWN TO CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS, REPRO- • .22 S-L-L.R. This model is designed to handle .22 DUCTIVE HARM AND OTHER SERIOUS PHYSI- caliber Shorts, Longs or Long Rifle cartridges on

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FIGURE 5 FIGURE 7 Bolt slide Receiver Breech bolt Separate the two halves of the rifle. FIGURE 6 3. The bolt slide may now be removed by sliding rearward out of receiver (see Figure 6). Use care to prevent the cam pin from dropping free of the bolt. Remove the bolt slide and breech bolt together 4. Bolt and bolt slide may now be separated (see Figure 7). DISASSEMBLY — 1. Unscrew and remove takedown screw on left side of receiver (see Figure 4). 2. Separate the gun into two halves by pulling th

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FIGURE 10 FIGURE 8 Magazine tube Takedown screw Bolt slide Barrel/Forearm Make sure the breech bolt half and bolt slide fit into the rails in the receiver Cam pin Breech bolt Buttstock half Your Model 9422 will now be in these pieces: (see Figure 8): • Barrel/forearm half • Cam pin • Buttstock half • Magazine tube FIGURE 9 • Breech bolt • Takedown screw • Bolt slide Insert the cam pin into the hole in the breech bolt REASSEMBLY — 1. Assemble bolt and bolt slide, keeping cam pin centered

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FIGURE 11 FIGURE 12 Full-cock position (ready-to-fire) Slide the two halves together. (Shown with gun laying on table) Get accustomed to the feel of your new gun — know the forces required to operate the action,* to pull the trigger and above all, know how to place the hammer into the 4. Slide the frame into the receiver from the rear (see safety position. The rifle is in the safety position when the Figure 11). hammer is in the half cocked location. 5. Insert and tighten the takedown screw.

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FIGURE 13 Fired (down) position FIGURE 14 “Safety” Half-cock position Immediately remove your finger from the trigger and slow- trigger. The half-cock position is not intended to test ly and carefully allow the hammer to lower into the “safe- one’s finger strength, but rather, to provide sufficient pro- ty” half-cock position (Figure 13). When the chamber is tection against unintentional or accidental firing. To loaded never place the hammer in the fired (down) forcibly pull on the trigger to

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on the barrel. Before loading your gun be sure all grease capacity of the magazine. Next, push the magazine tube and oil has been removed from the barrel and chamber, down into position and lock into place. and there is no obstruction. Care should be taken while pushing the tube in, as it is The rifle chamber is loaded by operating the finger lever, under spring tension. transferring a cartridge that has been previously placed in The rifle is now ready for operation. the magazine. To load

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tridge case from the chamber. The closing of the action Lift up on the notch blade holder and FIGURE 16 move the elevator forward or rearward will transfer a new cartridge from the magazine to the with your fingers. chamber, leaving the hammer in a cocked “ready to fire” position. When through firing always place the hammer in the safety (half-cock) position. TO UNLOAD THE MAGAZINE AND CHAMBER Place the hammer in the safety (half-cock) position. With the rifle pointed upward, withdraw the ins

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FIGURE 17 FIGURE 18 Loosen the two small screws. Make small adjustments up or down then retighten. Tap carefully. Do not mar the barrel or sight. For finer elevation adjustments the sight blade itself can UP OR DOWN ELEVATION ADJUSTMENTS — be moved up or down. This is done by loosening the two Adjusting elevation on your Model 9422 requires you to screws that secure the blade to the blade holder and then lift up the rear notch blade holder on your rifle’s rear sight moving the blade up or down

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right. Moving the blade holder to the left is just as easily Correct sight picture. FIGURE 19 done. Note how much you adjust the sight as you sight-in your Model 9422. Remember: Target • Move the rear sight to the right to shoot farther to bull’s-eye the right on the target. Bead • Move the rear sight to the left to shoot farther to the left on the target. Care should be taken not to mar the finish, damage the Notch attaching screws or bend sight components when adjust- ments are made. SIGHT

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SIGHT PICTURE — USING THE HAMMER EXTENSION The correct sight picture for the sights on your Model Your Model 9422 is provided with a hammer extension 9422 is with the front bead resting in the U-shaped notch that makes it easier to operate the hammer when a scope in the sight blade. The bead itself should rest directly is used. It is also recommend for use even when a scope is under the point of impact. For example, if you were shoot- not installed. It offers an excellent grip and facilitates be

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FIGURE 20 FIGURE 21 Installing the hammer extension (shown in right hand position). Position the cut out portion Permanently positioning Carefully support the of the extension to the rear. the hammer extension. rifle and hammer. hand shooters it should protrude to the left side. 2. Slide the hammer extension over the end of the ham- color and is important in keeping your extension tight on mer spur. The notch in the mount has an internal rail the hammer spur. To make it easier to start the scr

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