Now for the disassembly. I will be quoting directly from the little reproduction card that I got off of ebay (www.rediscovered-shooting-treasures.com
To take down the gun: Draw the magazine partway out, unscrew the take-down screw in the bottom of the forearm and lift the barrel/receiver out of the stock.
To remove the bolt-be sure no cartrige is in the chamber. uncock the gun by pulling the trigger. Push the plunger at the rear to the right until unlocked and draw the operating slide rearward withdrawing entire bolt assembly. Note: the plunger cannot be unlocked if the gun is cocked.
To dismount the gun- Remove boltas above, cock firing pin by pushing bolt back to bolt stop and allowing to move foreward to its limit. Holding bolt spring back, drive out the operating slide pin and remove operating slide, bolt and bolt spring. Holding firing spring compressed toward front, release firing pin by pressing rear end of sear downward. Drive out sear pin and remove sear and sear spring. Dive out bolt stop plunger pin from above, taking care not to lose plunger spring. Remove plunger and spring. Drive out extractor pin from below and remove extractor and spring. Drive out magazine throat pin near front of receiver. Push throat rearward until free and remove downward.
Swing cartridge cutoffs outward and remove from throat. From rear of receiver, insert small wire into the unoccupied spring seat of safety lock and push out lock from either side of receiver. Unscrew timing rocker guide screw, drive out rocker pin and remove rocker and spring.
To remove outer magazine-Unscrew buttplate screws and remove buttplate with magazine attached, taking care not to lose magazine lifting spring near front end of stock. Unscrew magazine sleeve nut and remove magazine from buttplate.
To reassemble bolt with bolt stop.-Place bolt stop plunger in bolt stop, with spring hole toward right, and pin slot downward insert spring and drive in bolt
stop pin from below until bolt stop moves freely back and forth. With a small rod, compress spring and drive in pin to rod, remove rod and drive in pin until flush with surface. Replace sear, sear spring and pin. Compress firing spring on firing pinand push firing pin rearward under sear until cocked. Place bolt spring on its rod and insert rod into its seat below firing pin. With thumb and forefinger compress bolt spring on its rod until front end is about even with point of firing pin, insert firing pin in larger hole in bolt and bolt spring in smaller, push bolt rearward, insert operating slide in its slots in bolt and bolt stop and drive in operating slide pin.
Assemble other parts in reverse order of dismounting.
Note: Due to its automatic action, powder residue tends to accumulate in the mechanism. this is easily removed by taking out the bolt as described and wiping burned powder from receiver and bolt.
To put the gun together-Unlock the magazine by turning head in buttplate and draw out about two inches, lay receiver in stock and screw take-down screw firmly home.
To insert bolt- Be sure firing pin is foreward by pressing rear end of sear downward, slide bolt into receiver, with operating slide toward right, until cross plunger stops against receiver at rear. Push plunger to the right until it enters and push foreward until plunger snaps into its seat.
Hope that helps