I would take them down and make sure the friction ring assemblies are properly set up. I'd set them up for the heavy load setting for starters. I think there is a thread at the top of this page with diagrams to show you how it should look.
Go to Wally World, buy some shells, and have at it... :lol:
What you own are two mechanical marvels, made to shoot and built to last. But in all seriousness, the two gents who have already responded have given some good advice. The only thing that I would add, is when you reassemble the gun make sure the forearm is fully seated aganist the receiver before tightening the magazine cap. You could damage (crack) the wood if not seated properly. Cap should be very snug. Tighten by hand, do NOT use a wrench.
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