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  2. Does Kip no longer make the picatinny rail & charging handle for the M4? What’s a good sling for my M4 with the collapsible stock? The stock has a QD point FYI
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  4. If you have a forend for a rifled barrel I can't understand why it won't fit with the rifled barrel. I'd call Benelli customer service. Something ain't right if you have a (supposed) rifled barrel forend that won't fit a rifled barrel. A "slug gun" is a "field" gun with a rifled barrel instead of a smoothbore barrel.
  5. The older HK imports with the one piece tube have different threads into the receiver than later versions and M2's. Me, I'd go with what I got there (I've got two of those older versions). RCI, the x-rail folks, used to make higher cap one-piece tubes for the older guns but I think they quit making them. You could check with them.
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  7. Hello Team, Long time lurker first time poster. Great Forum! Here's the current situation: I have an M1 Super90 which I believe to be the "Tactical" or "Defense" version. It has the pistol grip stock, 18.5" barrel (with no provisions for choke), the magazine tube is one piece, i.e: not extended in anyway, nor is there a cap on the end of the tube, and it holds seven 2.75" rounds. It runs like a champ and I love it, with one exception. Here's the problem: I'm using this shotgun in local Multi-Gun matches and I'm just getting into quad loading. It sure would be nice if the tube held 8 rounds . I'm hesitant to go any further as the magazine would stick out too far past the short barrel, plus with the stages we run anymore capacity isn't needed. Here's the question: Could I use a 4-shot tube from a "Standard" M1 or M2 or any other model for that matter, then add an extension to get to my 8 round capacity? Is there a more elegant solution? Any suggestions you have are greatly appreciated. Thanks! Jimmy D
  8. Thanks for the video, I enjoyed watching that. I really like how it's a drop-in part and the screws only secure the adapter. Very cool.
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  12. Briley took care of it. Not sure what they replaced, but it came back with a TTI oversized safety button in it still. Safety works now. I cannot drop the hammer while it is engaged. Mike
  13. I did, but it still lacks about an inch seating....My M2 is not a slug gun it's a field .20 gauge....Thanks for the reply truckcop
  14. Yeah those shouldn't be set screws.
  15. The second seems like it must be improved cylinder based on the marking. Weird there are no notches though. Also the montefeltro does take crio chokes just like the sbe. You can see this on the benelli website.
  16. I ordered a Cylinder choke from Benelli a couple of years ago for my 2012-2013 Montefeltro 12 gauge. I failed to check the fit of the choke to my gun for about 1.5 - 2 years. Of course, it did not fit. I called Benelli customer support, confessed my tardiness in checking the fit, and was asked if the threads on my barrel were at the lower or upper part of the front of the barrel. I answered that the threads were at the lower part. The choke that I was provided has the threads at the top of the choke, and it doesn't fit. The Benelli rep. said I was given the wrong choke. He kindly said he would send me free of charge a choke that would fit. When the second choke arrived, I quickly checked it for fit. It fit just fine. Further, the threads were located about 1/4 of the length of the choke from the top. But then I looked on the side of the choke and noticed that it says: "Benelli By Trulock, SBE II/M2, IC .715." there are no notches in the top of the choke. What kind of choke is this? My gun is a Montefeltro. It is neither a SBE or M/2. Does "IC" stand for Improved Cylinder? Does .715 represent the constriction? I note that the first choke I was furnished says on it, "Benelli by Trulock, CYL .725." Is the second choke that I was furnished an Improved Cylinder instead of a Cylinder? Will a SBE/M2 choke work on my Montefeltro? What is the significance of the choke threads being at the top of the choke rather than about 1/4 for the length to the top (like the second choke the I was furnished? It seems like I recall the Benelli rep. saying something like my gun requiring a Crio choke, and the the first choke was not. If I remember correctly, what is a "Crio" choke vs a non Crio choke? I was once told that the interior of the barrel to my Montefeltro was not Crio. If that is correct, why is a Crio choke needed? My most important inquiry, however, is what kind of choke is the second one that Benelli furnished me? Thank you very much.
  17. I have a DMW 7 round tube with a upgraded spring installed, cant remember if it was a CC or Wolf. I can only fit 6 rounds of 2 3/4 inch shells in it. My shells measure just over 2 1/4 inches each. The seventh shell is just a few mm from going in the mag tube. Solution: Cut a few coils off the spring and retry. I ended up cutting about 6 coils off and the 7th rnd now fits into the mag tube. So far, so good. When I load 1 shell into the mag (simulating a last rnd) it loads into the bay and chambers every time. Sometimes adjusting the elevator alleviates problems with the last rnd not loading into the bay as well.
  18. Apologies, this item has sold. Thank you.
  19. you can google ''Italian proof marks'' and your answer will be there,I love those 121 m1s,got one too.
  20. I would temper my expectations with this addition, you MAY create cycling issues. I would attempt to control your through amo selection, first.
  21. jimbo45

    WTB Surefire M80

    Hi I just bought another M4, finally the entry model 11724, and would like to get another surefire forend. So if you have one and want to get rid of it let me know. Thanks
  22. I've always found the rio shells to be a bit longer than they should be.
  23. I bought one of these in feb and like it alot. I didn't need to change anything on mine.
  24. I have a standard pistol grip stock I could part with if you haven't already found one.
  25. These were very nice guns, I am going to PM you.
  26. Buy a rifled-barrel forend. https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/1438820B
  27. Hello everyone...I have a Benelli M2 and bought a slug barrel for it...When I try to try to put my forearm on the slug barrel it won't fit....Works fine if I install it without the forend....Any suggestions....Thanks
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