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  2. I bought a new van the other day. My assistant happened to drive it into a small wall he failed to see as he turned a corner and damaged the rocker panel. My dealer won't fix it without charging me for the repairs. Should I be pissed?
  3. Scout_21

    Pissed off

    That was awfully nice of remington... but I can see how benelli wouldn't want the liability of returning a repaired damaged barrel. They have no idea how the damage occurred and it's a bit much to expect non-destructive testing. I certainly don't expect a company to fix something I damaged through my own negligence.
  4. Can you post some pics of the bent rib? There are a LOT of knowledgeable and inginuitive people here. It might just take a wedge to bend it back or something like that.
  5. If I paid $2,000.00 for a scope, if I dropped it and dented the body, I couldn't expect the manufacturer to restore the scope for me for free. Now I know some manufacturers are notorious for having warranties that are over the top. Like for instance if you have a house fire, they will replace your burned up scope if you send it to them. Now that depends on the manufacturer, but I wouldn't expect this kind of warranty/policy from Benelli if that is not their warranty/policy. I get it, you're upset, but I don't see any reason to be upset with Benelli.
  6. I had a Remington 870 that I damaged the barrel on a 10 year old gun and it was replaced at no cost just shipping and handling.
  7. For the money we pay for these firearms you would think the could repair them for their users. Look I will take it to my gun smith and then I will have two for sale!! No problem.
  8. Benelli manufactures these firearms. You dinged one up a bit. Are you mad because they don't do free gunsmithing for you? Have you considered that they may not be able to restore it to the same condition it was before you dropped it? What if they tried and it didn't meet your satisfaction? What if they slightly scratched or marred it at all? Some people take thorough pics before they send stuff out and make a big deal about stuff like that. Nothing is stopping you from trying to bend it back yourself or find a gunsmith that is willing to try and fix it.
  9. George Downs

    Pissed off

    I own two SBE2 and dropped one and bent the vent rib. Had a dealer send it back and benelli would not repair the rib but wanted to charge me for a new barrel. This is very disappointing to me and I now will have two for sale. I have bragged on these guns to all my friends and have had three of them buy a SBE2 and 1 bought a SBE3. I will be in line to find another brand of shotgun for my waterfowl hunting. Thanks Benelli!!
  10. Benny I just posted instructions on how to do this yesterday. I did it last night and its easier than I thought it would be. look under my name or search my post titled Super Vinci replace Ejector Frame and Spring
  11. jimbo45

    Benelli M4 - Sling?

    blue force gear padded slings for me I have a half dozen of them and they are great. Plus like someone else said slings are great for weapon retention it really prohibits anyone from snatching your gun from you plus what if you need a hand free. As far as three point slings and one point slings go avoid them at all cost. A one point sling might be ok if you are standing still but beyond that its all bad and good luck getting into a three point in any type of stressful situation.
  12. I found the answer to this question on another site. You can remove the metal discs and springs on the back of the bolt assembly of the Super Vinci. Here are the instructions in case anyone else has to do this. Benelli will send you any parts you need for free.
  13. Last week
  14. Is it possible to replace the ejector frame and spring on the Super Vinci? I need to remove the pin at the end of the bolt assembly but it looks machine capped. If anyone has done this before please give me some insights. Thank you.
  15. hognutz

    Benelli M4 - Sling?

    I’d give my right arm to be ambidextrous!
  16. I bought three Benelli M2 left hand 20 gauges 6 months ago for program shotguns at the Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife. We wanted to upgrade from some LH Escort 20 gauges that tended to have issues. One of the Benelli M2s that we ordered had the exact same issue that Stew McKinney (OP) had. Forearm was sliding loose. I compared this shotgun to the other two and referred to a parts diagram on the Midwest Gunworks website (great place for spares by the way). Confident that we didn't lose this part, I called Benelli and they promptly sent me the four washer set free of charge. At $6-7 each on Midwest, I agree with Steve Rose and would call Benelli and ask for replacements. There seems to be a batch of these unfinished left hand M2s out there! Hope this is helpful.
  17. There is one for sale on ebay right now
  18. Does anyone have a 26in barrel for a super black eagle 1 that theyd be willing to sell or trade for a slug barrel plus some cash?
  19. Do you still have any barrels youd be willing to sell that fit a sbe 1?
  20. Multi dexterous? Does that mean you can shoot with your feet as well? The word is ambidextrous.
  21. remarkable

    Sbe2 click

    I replace most with OEM Benelli springs, depends on the application. The Wolff OEM and 25% increase are great springs as well. Midwest Gun Parts has great service, fast. good prices, however they are currently out of stock on the hammer spring. With that I would go OEM Wolff and purchase them directly from Wolff Spring Co.
  22. I picked up a used Benelli Centro Sport this past year. The person I purchased it from didn't know what model it was. Luckily he had the manual for it which states it is a centro sport. I am having problems finding any information about it though. If I search the Benelli website it brings up something that isn't what mine looks like. Mine came with 3 different carbon fibers ribs for the barrel. Also, the frame of the shotgun just says Sport on it. It doesn't say anything about a centro. It is a 28" vented barrel. 2 3/4" - 3" shot shell. Has a wood stock. It is definitely over 10 years old. Does anyone have any information on these by any chance? The magazine cap appears to not be the original because it is missing a spring and doesn't snug down tight. Any help you guys can give would be greatly appreciated.
  23. PAwebfoot

    Sbe2 click

    Should I go regular or extra power with all springs?
  24. https://www.midwestgunworks.com/benelli-828u/forend-adjusting-screw.html
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  26. I picked up a Wolff 25 percent increase spring and through it in tonight. This spring was longer then the factory one I pulled out
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