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  1. That is the old style M2 20ga latch. It will work in the 12 ga M2 and M4 but it has 2 downsides. (1)The release post (that sticks though the receiver) is hollow and contains a spring. You cannot drill/tap it for an oversize button (2)The forward section of the latch is just a little long so you have to push shells even farther into the mag tube to get them to clear the latch (farther in compared to the standard 12ga latch)
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  2. 99% sure you wont have to dremel anything
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  3. I think I may have one. I ‘ll look for it later tonight when I get home.
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  4. OE part. You will need to use a standard follow like from a M2. https://www.midwestgunworks.com/page/mgwi/prod/60488
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  5. https://www.firsttactical.com/collections/bags-gun-bags/products/rifle-sleeve-42-inch
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  6. I have a two piece latch from Benelli on my M3 and M4. It loads very smoothly. It can't take a larger button at all but doesn't matter to me as most oversized bolt releases interfere with my M3 pump forend. Doubt the spring would wear out. Even if it did you could replace it on the J Kenny unlike the Benelli version.
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  7. Savior Equipment soft cases are great quality for the price. They're good 2A supporters too. https://www.saviorequipment.com/
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  8. Interested as well. The oem shell latch sucks for speed loading on the M4.
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  9. From my testing, what you are seeing is just the metal edges wearing in from a freshly machined edge. I have removed and installed mine many times over and have not noticed any significant deformation. It is RC40 hardness on the steel tang and will most definitely hold up much better than the titanium equivalent. Please let me know if you have issues in the future. yes it’s a pain the ass to remove, that is how I designed it how often are you removing the bolt? You can be confident that it will remain in place under any circumstance.
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  10. Correct, there is plenty of clearance. Here is a picture at max pressure / bottomed out
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  11. Read about a lot of people liking it. FFT just sells it. It’s known as the A&S trigger guard. I’m not that helpful as I don’t have one, but I keep looking at it… hence why I have noticed people’s opinions
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  12. Actually 7. One for each day of the week.
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