Operation and Safety Manual

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1 OPERATION AND SAFETY MANUAL Anderson Manufacturing s AM - 10 and AM - 15 Weapons Model All Available Caliber s ________________________________________________________________ WARNING: BEFORE USING THIS FIREARM, READ AND FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS _______________________________________________________________________________ 1743 Anderson Blvd. Hebron , KY USA 41048 www.andersonmanufacturing.com Manual Reference # AM MODELS OSM 2017 - Rev D June

2 Table of Contents ... ... ... ... ... 3 Safety ... ... ... ... ... Warnings and Notifications 3 ... ... ... ... ... ... 3 Safe Handling Procedures erous Procedures ... ... ... ... ... 4 Dang ... ... ... ... 4 ... About your AM Model Firearm ... ... ... ... ... ... 4 Description ... ... ... ... ... ... 5 RF85 Treatment* ... ... ... ... ... .. Parts of Your Rifle 6 Operating your AM Model Firearm ... ... ... ... 7 ... ... ... ... ... Safety Selector ... 7 ... ... ... ... ... ... 8 Loading the Magazine Loading your Rifle ... ... ... ... ... .. 8 Firing your Rifle ... ... ... ... ... 8 ... Clearing the Chamber (Unloading) ... ... ... ... ... 9 Maintaining your AM Model Firearm ... ... ... ... ... 10 Rifle Disassembly ... ... ... ... ... . 10 Disassembling the Bolt Assembly 12 ... ... ... ... ... Cleaning your RF85 Treated Firearm* ... ... ... 13 ... ... RF85 Firearm ... ... ... ... - 13 Cleaning and Lubricating your Non piece rod cleaning kit): ... ... ... 13 Cleaning the Barrel Bore (using a standard multi - ... ... ... 14 Cleaning the Upper Receiver, Bolt, Carrier and Components: (Bolt Carrier Group): Lubricating the BCG ... ... ... ... 15 ... ... ... Lubricating the Upper and Lower Receivers: 15 ... Reassembling the Bolt Assembly ... ... ... ... ... 15 Rifle Assembly ... ... ... ... ... ... 16 Function Test ... ... ... ... ... ... 17 Storing your Rifle ... ... ... ... . 17 ... ... Troublesho ... ... ... ... ... 18 oting Warranty and Records Information ... ... ... ... ... 19 Limited Lifetime Warranty ... ... ... ... 19 ... Re turn Instructions: ... ... ... ... ... 20 Cancellation Policy: ... ... ... ... ... 21 21 Firearm Record ... ... ... ... ... ... 2

3 Safety Warnings and Notifications WARNING: IF THIS FIREARM IS CARELESSLY OR IMPROPERLY HANDLED, UNINTENTIONAL DISCHARGE COULD RESULT AND COULD CAUSE INJURY, DEATH OR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY. CAUTION: CAREFULLY READ THIS MANUAL PRIOR TO LOADING AND FIRING, FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS ON THE PROPER HANDLING AND SAFE USE OF THIS FIREARM – LIVES If unfamiliar with firearms, seek further advise through safe handling cours es run MAY DEPEND ON IT! by your local gun clubs, NRA approved instructor or similar qualified organizations. CAUTION: USE ONLY CLEAN, DRY, HIGH QUALITY COMMERCIALLY MANUFACTURED AMMUNITION which is appropriate to the Caliber of your firearm. We do not recommend the IN GOOD CONDITION use of remanufactured or hand loaded ammunition because it may damage your rifle. Use of improper ammunition will void your warranty. WARNING: THIS WEAPON COULD CHAMBER A ROUND if it is dropped or jarred with a loaded magazine in place – either with the Bolt Carrier Assembly to the rear, or in its forward position. WARNING: CHILDREN ARE ATTRACTED TO AND CAN OPERATE FIREARMS THAT CAN CAUSE SEVERE INJURIES OR DEATH . Prevent child access by always keeping your firearm locked away and unloa ded when not in use. If you keep a loaded firearm where a child obtains and impr operly uses it, you may be fined and sent to prison. Before this rifle left the factory, this firearm was tested, carefully inspected and packaged. Anderson cannot control product handling after it leaves the factory, therefore please examine this firearm Manufacturing carefully at the time of purchase to ensure that it is unloaded and undamaged. Safe Handling Procedures Do NOT alter or modify your AM Model firearm!   ALWAYS HANDLE YOUR FIREARM AS IF IT IS LOADED!  NEVER point your firearm at anything you don’t intend to shoot.  Always make sure your firearm is not loaded and the bolt is latched open and to the rear before laying it down or handing it to someone else. 3

4  ER LEAVE A LOADED FIREARM UNATTENDED! NEV  Always be sure the bore, muzzle, chamber and action are clear of obstruction.  Always check that ammunition is clean and undamaged. Never drink alcoholic beverages or use drugs before or during shooting.   and eye protection when shooting. Always wear ear Always keep the safety on “SAFE” when the firearm is loaded and a round is chambered until you are  ready to shoot.  NEVER attempt to fire if water is in the bore.  . NEVER indulge in horseplay when holding your firearm ALWAYS PRACTICE SAFE FIREARMS HANDLING! Dangerous Procedures  Be sure the cam pin is installed in the bolt assembly. If it isn’t, your rifle can still fire but it could possi bly explode, causing personal injury or death .  Do NOT exchange or switch bolt ass emblies from one rifle to another. It could cause harm to you and others and damage your rifle .  If your firearm fails to fire, hold it, keep it pointed towards the target and wait 30 seconds. If a hangfire does not fire has occurred, the round will fire within 30 second s. If the round (misfire) , remove magazine, eject round and examine the primer. If firing indent is light, misaligned or non - existent, have your pin a certified armorer comparison firearm examined by to . If firing pin indent on primer appears normal (in und from other previously fired rounds) assume faulty ammunition; appropriately dispose of misfired ro reload and resume firing. live ammunition, If your bolt fails to unlock and you try to free it by banging the buttstock on the ground, keep yourself  clear of the muzzle!  If there is water in the barrel, do NOT fire the rifle, it could explode!  If you notice a difference in sound and recoil, STOP FIRING. Either condition could indicate an incomplete . powder burn and/or a bullet stuck in the bore ALWAYS PRACTICE SAFE FIREARMS HANDLING! About your Firearm AM Model Description - Model rifle is a lightweight, gas operated, air - cooled, magazine - fed, shoulder Your AM fired weapon that is fired in a semi - automatic mode. The upper and lower receivers a re easily opened for cleaning and inspection. The bolt assembly and barrel extension are designed with locking lugs that lock the bolt assembly to the barrel extension. elocity is approximately The Forged or B illet upper and lower receivers reduce the weight of the rifle. Muzzle v 4

5 3260 feet per second at a chamber pressure of 52,000 PSI. The maximum effective rate of fire is 45 rounds per minute in semi automatic mode. The maximum effective range is 550 meters for individual and point targets, and - for area targets. Maximum range is 3534 meters. 800 meters RF85 Treatment * If the upper and lower receivers are engraved with ‘’RF85” all metal components have been treated with RF85. In addition to the rigid quality controls of manufacturing, the fea s the Anderson AM Model ture that set Rifles apart from the masses is the proprietary RF85 treatment allowing Anderson weapon systems to operate efficiently without “Wet” lubricant. In a coefficient friction test performed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the reduction of friction on all steel surfaces was reduced by 85% — without traditional “wet” lubricant, hence the name RF85. An RF 85 treated weapon cycles faster and more reliably, operates at cool er temperatures, experiences - significantly less wear and, without tra ditional “WET” lubricant, doesn’t experience failures due to excess dirt and carbon fouling in the action. Please refer to the cleaning section of this manual for proper cleaning instruction. More information about RF85 is available at www.RF85.com . ‘’ RF85” stampings or engravings will indicate that your rifle and components have been treated with RF85 (see Figure A below) Figure A 5

6 Parts of Your Rifle The orientations of Figures 1 and 2 below refer to the sides of your rifle when it is shouldered. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________ ____________________________________________ _____________ Figure 1 _____________________________________________________________________________________________ ___ ________________________________ _ __________ Figure 2 ________________________________________ 6

7 _________________________ Figure 4 _____________________________________________ ________________ Operating your AM Model Firearm Safety Selector The safety selector lever, located on the left of lower receiver, has two positions, "FIRE" and "SAFE". When set to "FIRE" the firearm will fire a single shot each time the trigger is pulled . When set too "SAFE" a cam bears upon the the hammer from being released. rear of the trigger, blocking trigger movement and preventing 7

8 Loading the Magazine  Use only quality ammunition suitable for your firearm.  With the magazine facing forward as shown, place a round between the round the lips of the magazine with the bullet tip forward. Push by the magazine lips. down until it is held  If necessary, slightly push the round backward to seat it against the back edge of the magazine lips. Place the next round on top of the previous round and repeat steps unt il the desired number of rounds are achieved . Loading your Rifle WARNING: MAKE SURE THE RIFLE IS POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION AND THE SAFETY IS ENGAGED TIMES WHILE LOADING THE RIFLE. NEVER ALLOW YOUR FINGERS OR OTHER AT ALL OBJECTS TO CONTACT THE TRIGGER WHILE LOADING OR UNLOADING YOUR RIFLE. DO NOT DISENGAGE THE SAFETY UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO FIRE AND HAVE THE RIFLE POINTED SAFELY DOWNRANGE  Press in on the bottom of the Bolt Catch while pulling back the Charging Handle. This will cock the hammer and lock the Bolt Carrier to the rear.  forward until it locks in place and remove your finger from the Bolt Return the Charging Handle fully Latch. S et the Selector to the “SAFE” position.   With the bullets pointing forward, insert the loaded magazine into the Magazine Well and push it up until it stops and is retained by the magazine catch.  With the rifle pointed in a safe direction, press in on the to p of the Bolt Catch. This will release the Bolt Carrier and move a round into the chamber. The rifle is now loaded with a round in the chamber and the hammer cocked.  The Ejection Port Cover (dust cover) c an be closed and will open automatically when the f irst round is fired.  Do not disengage the safety until the rifle is pointed in a safe direction and you are ready to fire. Firing your Rifle  Always wear ear and eye protection when firing your weapon. described.  Load firearm as previously 8

9  our rifle, practice your stance, aim, rhythm and breathing for steady aim with your firearm Before firing y hunting or using your firearm for any other type of unloaded. Practice firing on a range before going shooting. Grasp firearm with one hand on the H and guard and oth er hand on pistol G  with trigger finger resting rip alongside of trigger guard. Raise firearm and pull B uttstock firmly into shoulder.  Keeping steady aim, place trigger finger on the T rigger and squeeze gently until the Trigger releases the hammer. Do not the T rigger as you will disturb your aim and ruin your accuracy. jerk  To fire the next round and subsequent rounds, all that is necessary is to release the T rigger and squeeze it again after every shot unti l the magazine is emptied.  This is a semi - automati c firearm and is immediately loaded and ready to fire after eac h shot until magazine is empty. , press the Forward Assist button to lock it in  If the Bolt fails to lock automatically fully forward to battery position . If this action is necessary, it is usual ly a sign that your rifle needs to be cleaned, especially in the Lug area of the Upper Receiver. Once the magazine is emptied, r elease the T rigger, remove finger from Trigger, and set S elector lever to  If you have fired the last round from magazine , the Bolt Carrier will be "SAFE". the rear so held open to that you can quickly reload by replacing the magazine or the chamber can be checked to ensure it is empty. Clearing the Chamber (Unloading) WARNING: MAKE SURE THE RIFLE IS POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION AND THE SAFETY IS ENGAGED AT ALL TIMES WHILE LOADING THE RIFLE. NEVER ALLOW YOUR FINGERS OR OTHER . OBJECTS TO CONTACT THE TRIGGER WHILE LOADING OR UNLOADING YOUR RIFLE Press the Magazine Release to remov e the magazine from the rifle.   Press in on the bottom of the Bolt Catch while pulling back the Charging Handle. This will cock the hammer and lock the Bolt Carrier to the rear.  If there is a round or a spent cartridge in the chamber, it will be ejected.  Re turn the Charging Handle fully forward until it locks in place and re move your finger from the Bolt C atch.  Set the Selector to the “SAFE” position.  Inspect the chamber making sure it is empty.  With the rifle pointed in a safe direction, press in on the top of the Bolt Catch. This will release the Bolt Carrier. Close the Ejection Port Cover (dust cover)  9

10 Model Firearm Maintaining your AM Rifle Disassembly WARNING: BEFORE DISASSEMBLY, REMOVE THE MAGAZINE, CLEAR THE CHAMBER AND MAKE SURE THE FIREARM IS IN THE “SAFE” POSITION.  Make sure the Bolt Assembly is in the forward (battery) position. will now pivot forward.  Slide the Take Down Pin out, the firearm ’s upper receiver (see Figure 5) To completely separate the Lower Receiver from the Upper Receiver, slide the Front Pivot Pin out. (see  Figure 6) harging Handle back and remove To disengage and remove the Bolt Assembly, pull the C the Bolt  Assembly. (see Figure 7)  in the Upper Receiver to remove the Charging Align the ears of the Charging Handle with the notch . (see Figures 8a and 8b) Handle Assembly 10

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12 Disassembling the Bolt Assembly Remove the Firing Pin Retainer . (see Figure 9a)   . (see Figure 9b) Remove the Firing Pin  To remove the Bolt Cam Pin, extend the Bolt completely, turn the Cam Pin 90 ° (1/4” turn either direction ), up and push bolt back into the Carrier so that Cam Pin clears the Bolt Carrier Key , then slide the Cam Pin (see Figure 9c) out.  Inspect the Cam Pin for wear.  Before re moving the Bolt from the Bolt Carrier, note the orientation of the Extractor and Ejector. (see Figure 9d)  Once the Bolt is removed, inspect the Gas Rings and Lugs for wear. If excessive wear is present, take parts to a certified armorer for replacement or repair.  Inspect the Bolt Carrier Key to ensure that it is tight, if loose, take to a certified armorer for repair. : STOP FURTHER DISASSEMBLY IS NOT RECOMMENDED 12

13 RF85 Treated Firearm * Cleaning your Model With the Anderson AM rifle treated with the RF85 process, the gun never needs to be cleaned with harsh s olvents . Simply clean with soapy water and a nylon brush, followed by thorough drying with a clean cloth The Bolt Assembly Parts can be soaked in soap (liquid detergent) and water for 5 minutes. Wipe the Upper Receiver and Lug ar ea clean to make sure it is free of dirt. Do the same to the Lower Receiver including the trigger well, magazine well and all other interior pockets. Use a bore brush through the barrel. B efore reassembling your rifle, ALL PARTS MUST BE COMPLE TELY DRY! RF85 treated *Your upper and lower receiver, barrel and additional parts will be stamped or engraved with “RF85” if they have been treated. If you do not see the RF85 markings , please refer to the Non - RF85 cleaning procedure below. Cleaning y our Non - RF85 Firearm and Lubricating Cleaning the Barrel Bore - piece rod cleaning kit) : (using a standard multi ALWAYS CLEAN FROM THE CHAMBER TOWARD THE MUZZLE. 1.) Attach three Rod Sections together but leave each one about two turns short of being tight. Attach the Patch Holder but leave it two turns short of tight also. 2.) Point Muzzle down. Hold the Upper Receiver in one hand while inserting the end of the Rod with Patch Holder attached into the Chamber. Guide the Rod carefully through the Bore. CAUTION: Do not le t the Rod or its - 3 inches of the Rod sho threaded end scratch the Chrome Lining of the Bore or Firing Chamber. About 2 uld protrude out of the Muzzle. 3.) Attach the Handle Section of the Cleaning Rod to the end of the Rod sticking out of the Muzzle, and swab out the Bore with a patch moistened with “CLP” (Cleaner Lubricant & Protectant). 4.) Remove Patch Holder and attach Bore Brush (leavin g it two turns short of tight). 5.) Pull the Brush through the Bore and out the Muzzle. You should be able to see the Rod twisting as you pull it - this is the B rush "tracking" in the rifling. 13

14 6.) After one pull, take off the handle section and repeat the process. After three or four pulls, the three rod sections and the Bore Brush may become screwed tightly together. Lo them up and repeat the process. osen a patch through the Bore occasionally to help clean out the crud that the brush is getting loose. Just 7.) Pull he Bore Brush with the Patch Holder a nd a wet patch. If you leave the rods loose again, the patch will replace t remember; always have the Bore wet with cleaner before trying to pull a brush "track" in the rifling as before. But through. NEVER reverse the direction of the Bore Brush while it is in the Bore. Cleaning the Upper Receiver , Bolt, Carrier and Components : - if you detect any NOTE: Check to ensure that there is no looseness between the Barrel and the Upper Receiver movement by twisting with your hands, the Barrel Nut must be retorqued. Bring the Rifle to a Certified Armorer. 1.) Using a “CLP“ type product, clean all areas (inside and out) of Powder Fouling, Corrosion and Dirt. Never use a wire brush or any type of abrasive to clean the Aluminum Upper Receiver - you'll scratch and damage the finish. A Toothbr ush is good for loosening any dirt buildup, and won’t scratch the Receiver. 2.) Clean the Firing Chamber - dip the larger Chamber Brush in CLP and use at least 5 plunge strokes and 3 - 360° clockwise rotations. Then swab out the Bore as described previousl y to remove contaminated solution or loosened crud. - wet with CLP - to clean carbon and powder residue from around the Gas Tube. Run a Pipe 3.) Use the Bore Brush Cleaner into the Gas Tube, clean the Bolt Locking Lugs, Bolt Rings, Firing Pin, Bolt Cam Pin , lip of the Extractor, and Clean out the Gas Key on top of the Bolt Carrier with a Q inside the Bolt Carrier from both front and rear. Tip or a - Pipe Cleaner. Also clean out any carbon/powder residue from vent holes in the Bolt Carrier. Clean and inspect B olt, Cam Pin, Firing Pin and Firing Pin Retaining Pin thoroughly 4.) Wipe all components clean and dry, and inspect for excessive wear, corrosion or mechanical damage. Have your Armorer replace any worn or defective parts before firing. Cleaning the Lower Receiver: 1.) Clean all areas of Powder Fouling, Corrosion, Dirt and Rust. Again, never use a wire brush or any type of abrasive to clean the Aluminum Lower Receiver. 2.) Wipe any dirt from the Trigger Mechanism. Carefully clean the Magazine Release Butto n and the cavity for the Magazine Catch on the left side of the Receiver. Also inspect and clean the Bolt Catch Mechanism and Receiver’s Takedown and Pivot Pins. Clean the Buffer, Action Spring, and inside the Lower Receiver Extension (the Buffer Tube). A piece of rag attached to the Cleaning Rod and Patch Holder can be used to wipe inside the Buffer Tube. 3.) If rifle has been used in very dirty/mud dy conditions, the Vent Hole in the Telestock Receiver Extension may need to be cleaned ou t. Use a Pipe Clean er or piece o f wire to ensure that Vent Hole is clear. 4.) Buttstocks may require cleaning as necessary. Telescoping Stock Latch can be pulled down to remove Stock. m to ensure proper Clean the 6 Position Lock Holes, and lightly lube the Receiver Extension and Latch Mechanis telescoping action. 14

15 : Lubricating the BCG (Bolt Carrier Group) - also the Firing Pin recess in the Bolt. Firing Pin: Lightly lubricate the Firing Pin with CLP Bolt Carrier: Lightly lubricate the inner and outer surfaces of the Bolt Ca rrier. Generously lubricate the Cam Pin area and the “Slide” Rail areas of the Bolt Carrier where they cont act the inside of the Receiver. Bolt: Generously lubricate the Bolt, its Cam Pin area, the Bolt Gas Rings. A lighter application is good on the Extra ctor and its Pin. Charging Handle: Lightly lubricate the Charging Ha its Latch and Spring. ndle and Carrier Key: The inside of the Carrier Key on the Bolt Carrier should be dried with a Q Tip or Pipe Cleaner - then - . place one drop of CLP inside the Upper and Lower Receivers: Lubricating Upper Receiver: Lightly Lubricate the inside of Upper Receiver, the Bore and Chamber (using the cleaning rod and a patch), the outer surfaces of the Barrel and Front Sight, and surfaces under the Handguards. Be sure you lub ricate in and around all the Locking Lugs. The Forward Assist should also be lightly lubed inside the Receiver and checked for function. Front Sight Detent (if equipped): Depress and apply two or three drops of CLP to it. Depress the detent several times t o work the lubricant down into the Spring. Lower Receiver: Generously lubricate ALL MOVING PARTS INSIDE THE LOWER RECEIVER including the Trigger, Hammer, Safety, Bolt Catch, Magazine Release, etc), and their various Pins and Detents. Don't forget the Taked own and Pivot Pins and their Detents. Use an oiled rag to wipe off any fingerprints on the exterior surfaces (they can start the corrosion process). A black cloth is best as it won’t leave visible lint. Lower Receiver Extension: Lightly lubricate inside th e Lower Receiver Extension (Buffer Tube), the Buffer and the Action Spring. Also lightly lubricate the Telestock Latch and exterior of the Receiver Extension. Reassembling the Bolt Assembly  Reinsert the Bolt into the Bolt Carrier, note the orientation of the Ejector and Extractor in Figure 9d.  Reinsert the Cam Pin and rotate 90 °, refer to Figure 9c.  Reinsert the Firing Pin ma king sure it is seated completely forward towards the bolt face .  Reinsert the Firing Pin Retainer . After assembly, make sure the Bol t moves freely and that the Firing Pin is captured correctly.  15

16 Rifle Assembly  Reinsert the Charging Handle into the Upper Receiver by aligning the ears of the Charging Handle with the Charging Handle must be seated at the bottom of notch in the Upper Receiver, refer to Figures 8a and 8b. the slot in the Upper Receiver. Slide the Charging Handle forward approximately ¼”.  With the Bolt fully extended, reinstall the Bolt Assembly into the Upper Receiver using the slot in the Charging Handle as a guide. Refer to Figure 7. Slide the Bolt Assembly into the forward (battery) position, note that the Charging Handle moves with the  Bolt Carrier. ) (see Figure 10 and Figure 11 Front Pivot Pin into the locked  Line up the Upper and Lower Receiver pivot pin holes and slide the position. (see Figure 12 and Figure 13)  Pivot the Receivers together and slide the Take Down Pin into the locked position. Refer to Figure 5. The firearm is now assembled  16

17 Function Test WARNING: BEFORE PERFORMING A FUNCTION TEST, REMOVE THE MAGAZINE AND CLEAR THE CHAMBER AND KEEP THE FIREARM POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION.  Pull the Charging Handle fully to the rear and release. Make sure the Bolt Assembly returns to the forward (battery) position. the “SAFE” position. Move the Selector to  Pull the trigger to check that the Safety is working correctly.  Move the Selector to the “FIRE” position.  k that the Hammer is falling Pull the trigger to chec  properly. Note that “dry firing” this rifle will not damage it in any way. Storing your Rifle WARNING: BEFORE STORING, REMOVE THE MAGAZINE AND CLEAR THE CHAMBER.  After clearing the chamber, check that the Bolt Assembly is in the forward (battery) position.  Point the gun in a safe direction and pull the trigger so the hammer is in a fired state.  Close the dust cover  Store the rifle in a locked case in a safe area.  If storing your rifle for an extended period of time, use lite oil in the barrel and chamber to prevent corrosion. 17

18 T roubleshooting PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Select “FIRE” Selector Lever on “SAFE” Improper Assembly of the Firing Pin. Assemble Correctly Won’t Fire Remove and Discard Defective Ammunition Too much carbon on Firing Pin or in Clean the Firing Pin recess Bolt Won’t Unlock Dirty or Burred Clean or see a Certified Armorer Bolt See a Certified Armorer Broken Extractor Spring Dirty or Corroded Ammunition Remove Stuck Round Won’t Extract Carbon in the Chamber Clean the Chamber Fouling or carbon in the Extractor Clean the Extractor recess tip Clean Dirty or Corroded Ammunition Dirty Magazine Clean Defective Magazine Replace Won’t Feed Take out Excess Too Many Rounds in Magazine Magazine Not Fully seated Adjust Magazine Catch Double Feed Defective Magazine Replace Dirty or Corroded Ammunition Clean Won’t Chamber Damaged Ammunition Replace Dirt, Corrosion or carbon Buildup in Won’t Lock Clean Lugs the Barrel Locking Lugs Frozen Extractor Remove and Clean Restricted Movement of the Bolt Won’t Extract Remove and Clean Carrier Remove and Clean Restricted Buffer Assembly 18

19 PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAU SOLUTION SE Alignment of gaps of the Bolt Gas See a Certified Armorer Rings Carbon or Dirt in the Bolt Key or on Clean the Bolt Key and the Area the Outside of the Gas Tube Around the Gas Tube Short Recoil Clean if Possible or see a Certified Foreign Object Stuck in the Bolt Key Armorer Poor ammo Use Factory New Ammo Clean the Bolt Latch, Check for Buffer Endcap Obstruction and Dirty or Corroded Bolt Latch Bolt Fails to Lock After the Last Check for Full Travel of the Bolt Round Carrier Poor ammo Use Factory New Ammo Dirt or Sand Under the Trigger Clean Selector Lever Binds Remove the Magazine, push in on the bottom of the Bolt Latch. While pulling down on the Charging Handle, bang the Rifle Butt on the Ground. The Bolt should Round is Jammed Between the Bolt lock to the rear. While the Bolt is held to the Bolt Carrier is Hung Up and Charging Handle and/or Double rear, the round should fall through the Magazine Well. Feed WARNING! KEEP CLEAR OF THE MUZZLE. AFTER THE ROUND IS REMOVED, THE BOLT IS UNDER TENSION Warranty and Records Information Limited Warranty Lifetime R RANTY: Anderson Manufacturing warrants to the original purchaser of its products that LIMITED LIFETIME WA such products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship as such products were purchased from Anderson Manufacturing; provided, however, that this limited warranty shall apply only if (i) the products are used and maintained by the purchaser as dire cted by all applicable documentation and instructions provided by Anderson Manufacturing. Provided that; (i) the products have not in any way been modified, altered, misused, neglected, abused, or improperly assembled or repaired; (ii) the claim is unrelat ed to normal wear and tear; (iii) the products have been operated under conditions no more severe than those for which the products were designed; (iv) the products have not been subject to corrosion and (v) the claim is unrelated to a force majeure event. OTHER THAN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, THE PRODUCTS ARE PROVIDED TO PURCHASER ON AN “AS IS” BASIS AND ANDERSON MANUFACTURING MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIN D, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR , AS TO ANY MATTER WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMIT ATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES STATUTORY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. ANDERSON MANUFACTURING SHALL NOT 19

20 UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, ORDINARY, G OUT OF THE USE OR OPERATION OF THE PRODUCTS. EXEMPLARY, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHERWISE, ARISIN UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL MANUFACTURER’S TOTAL LIABILITY OF ALL KINDS ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE USE OR OPERATION OF THE PRODUCTS (INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY WARRANTY CLAIMS HEREUNDER), REGARDLE SS OF THE FORUM AND REGARDLESS OF WHETHER ANY ACTION OR CLAIM IS BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, EXCEED THE TOTAL AMOUNT PAID BY PURCHASER TO ANDERSON MANUFACTURING. acing, at its option, any The sole warranty remedy from Anderson Manufacturing is limited to repairing or repl covered part of its products that Anderson Manufacturing has determined to be defective. Said repair or replacement will be made by Anderson Manufacturing or its authorized representative free of charge to the original purchaser, except for any freight or travel expenses, during the warranty period. Return Instructions: All returns require a “Return Authorization Number” which can be obtained by calling Anderson Manufacturing directly at 1 - 859 - 689 - 4085 . 1. Pack your return in the original shipping package, if possible. 2. Include the packing slip and return label, and indicate the reason for the return. 3. Include all original packing materials, manuals and accessories. to : 4. Send your return to via USPS or UPS ring Anderson Manufactu Service and Warranty 1743 Anderson Blvd. Hebron, KY 41048 You can initiate a return for most new and unopened items within 60 days of delivery for a full refund. You must return items in new or unused condition with all original materials included wi th the shipment. We must receive your returned items at our processing facility within 60 days of delivery. We inspect all returned items and may award a partial refund for opened or used products. If the return is a result of our shipping or packing error , we will refund the full cost of the merchandise and shipping charges once the product is returned to us. •A copy of the packing slip or the customer receipt must accompany all returns. •For proof of delivery, we recommend that you return items via UPS o r insured USPS. •Merchandise must be in new condition with original packaging. •Merchandise must be return shipped in a protective box. •Full refund including shipping if the return resulted from our error. Otherwise, shipping costs will be deducted from y our refund. •Refund issued in the same form of payment used for purchase. will receive a refund within 7 business days of our receiving your return. • You 20

21 Cancellation Policy: If you have placed an Anderson Manufacturing Internet or phone order that you w ish to change or cancel, please contact Customer Service at 1 - 859 - 689 - 4085 9am - 5pm EST Mon - Fri. If your order has already been shipped, you will only be entitled to receive a full refund for the value of the merchandise only (including applicable tax); shi pping and handling will not be refunded. Any custom products are non - refundable . Firearm Record Make a copy of this operations manual and proof of purchase/sales record. Maintain these items in a secure safe or fireproof container. These materials will b the firearm is damaged, stolen or returned to e necessary if Anderson M anufacturing for warranty or repair . Model : ______________________________________________________________ Serial Number : ________________________________________________________ Pu rchased From : ______________________________________________________ Purchase Date : ________________________________________________________ You may attach the Proof of Purchase or Receipt, or a copy of, to this page. Keep this Operation and Safety Manu al, or a copy of this manual, with your rifle at all times. 21

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