Always unload your shotgun immediately after use and prior to
cleaning and storage to minimize the risk of an accidental discharge. If your shotgun
ever fails to fire keep it pointed at the target for at least 30 seconds in the event of
a hangfire (slow ignition). If the shell still does not fire, remove the magazine, eject
and discard the bad shell. Reload the shotgun to resume firing.
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Fury Shotgun Manual
Illustration #5 (0 @ 6 o clock position) shows the setting for high brass / pressure cartridges. In
this position, less gas is allowed to enter the gas tube and force the gas piston (#4) rearward.
Illustration #6 (oo @ 6 o clock position) shows the setting for low brass/pressure cartridges. In
this position, more gas enters the gas tube and forces the gas piston (#4) rearward.
Due to the wide variances in shotshell pressures we recommend that the shooter test various
types of ammunition to see which type functions best in his shotgun.The use of one ounce loads
is not recommended for use in the Fury shotgun. Use 1 1/8 loads minimum.