Q. I want to know where my closest FABARM dealer is – Can you help me?
A. Please go to our dealer locator page here on our website. Or call us at 410-901-1260


Q. Where can I try a FABARM shotgun before I buy one?
A. Please stop by and see us at any of our Demo Events through-out the year. Check our calendar often for updates on events near you. Events are also listed on our Fabarm Facebook page.


Q. How do I Assemble, Disassemble, Clean and Maintain my FABARM shotgun?
A. Please refer to the owners manual that came with your shotgun. You can also visit our FABARM How To (videos) section for video tutorials on several of our guns.


Q. I bought my FABARM from a HK or CDNN – Is my warranty still valid?
A. No, unfortunately it is not but FABARM USA is happy to assist you in getting your firearm back into working condition for a fair price.


Q. I have a cracked stock – Is that under warranty?
A. No, wood is not covered under warranty unless it is a manufacturers defect.


Q. Where do I send my FABARM imported by HK to be repaired?
A. Please contact us at 410-901-1260 and we will gladly assist you in getting the gun to our repair facility in Cambridge, Maryland. We value you as a customer and want to make sure that your firearm is operating safely and properly. If you are sending in your shotgun for repair and it is a Heckler & Koch (also known as HK) imported FABARM shotgun; models known as Red Lion, Gold Lion, Camo Lion, Lion SC, Competition Lion, Rex Lion, FP6, SAT 8, SDASS, Classis, etc. there will be charges for the labor, parts and shipping as Heckler & Koch is no longer providing lifetime warranty service.


Q. Where can I get parts for my FABARM shotgun?
A. FABARM USA can assist you in getting replacement parts for your shotgun. You can give us a call at 410-901-1260 or visit our web store to purchase most of our common parts online 24/7.


Q. Is the FABARM XLR5 VELOCITY chambered for 3″ shells?
A. The XLR5 AR, LR and FR target guns all have 2 ¾” chambers.  The XLR5 Waterfowler, XLR5 Syren Waterfowler and L4S Hunting models all have 3” chambers.


Q. How do I adjust the rib on my FABARM XLR5 VELOCITY?
A. The FABARM XLR5 VELOCITY is the only semiautomatic shotgun that has an adjustable rib and requires no tools to adjust the point of impact. To adjust the rib, simply press down on the rib and turn the dial clockwise to raise your point of impact or counter-clockwise to lower your point of impact.


Q. What are the choke configurations for the Exis HP chokes?

• Skeet/Cylinder; .000″
• #2; .012″
• #5; .022″
• #7; .031″
• #9; .040″


Q. Does the FABARM XLR5 VELOCITY come in LEFT Hand eject?
A. YES, the FABARM XLR5 VELOCITY is the true LEFT HAND EJECT semiautomatic shotgun available to the competitive shooter.


Q. My shotgun is discontinued from production – do you have parts?
A. FABARM USA works hard at sourcing replacement parts for your shotgun. Unfortunately not all parts are available because of the length of time the gun had been discontinued. Please contact us regarding your shotgun. A serial number will quickly identify if parts are available for your gun.


Q. I shoot reloads. Does that void my warranty?
A. Due to inconsistencies with reloading, inclusive of components, equipment and potential human error, FABARM cannot warranty its shotguns with non-factory loaded ammunition. Only factory loaded ammunition is to be used.


Q. Are the barrels, stocks, action assemblies or pistons of the L4S and the XLR5 interchangeable?
A. No. The barrels, stocks, action assemblies and pistons will not interchange and can damage your gun if you attempt it.


Q. How do I remove the stock to change the shim for drop? (FABARM L4S and XLR5 models)
A. Remove butt pad with Philips #2 screwdriver. Remove nut #D-018 with 16mm socket wrench. Interchange shim to desired setting, using only one shim. Replace stock ensuring there is no bind on the trigger guard tang at bottom rear of action stock interface.


Q. Can I interchange the pistons between my XLR5 Waterfowler (Field Gun) and my XLR5 Target Guns (XLR5 AR, LR, FR, FR Compact)?
A. No. Each gun has different sized porting and weighted pistons. Interchanging them can cause severe damage to the gun or cause reliability issues.