1. Locate on the underside of the barrel the front-most hole in the barrel
and line it up with the hook on the
grip (Fig. 4 red arrow) with the hammer flat
(Fig. 4 blue arrow).
2. Slip the barrel over the hook and pull back on the
barrel while pushing forward on the grip (Fig. 5 red
3. Insert bolt with spring facing up (Fig. 5 blue
arrow). MAKE SURE THE FIRING PIN STOP IS IN THE BOLT!!!
4. Flip the gun upside down and pull the trigger.
This gravity will make the hammer fall to the uncocked position. (Fig. 6 red
line hammer is cocked, blue line
hammer is uncocked)
5. Flip the gun right side up and insert the main spring
housing (Fig. 7 blue arrow). It is all
the way in when it appears at the top if the barrel (Fig. 7 red
6. Make sure the hammer strut is leaning against main
spring housing when you rotate it back in (red
7. Lock the main spring housing in place.
8. Pull back on the bolt. If it does not go all the
way back, the hammer strut is not seated in the main spring housing.
Repeat step 6 through 8 until bolt travel is normal.