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    Helijunkie- If you get stuck anywhere, IM me and Iโ€™ll send you my email/cell to talk you thru it. Same goes for anyone else on the forum.
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    It is plated. The older carriercomp followers allowed you to knock the plastic high visibility indicator out of the factory follower and install it into the carriercomp one.
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    Thanks, it never occurred to me to keep the lever depressed . . . learned something new๐Ÿ˜„
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    Ok, just tried this. While holding the drop lever up, every manual cycle of the bolt ejects a round and chambers the next round. Repeating the process (lever up and manual bolt cycling) eventually cycles all the rounds out until empty. Thanks!
  7. 1 point
    You are on the right track with your methods. You can also hold the drop lever up, cycle the bolt continuously (while continuing to hold the drop lever up) , no need to press the lever for each shell in the magazine.
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    Thank you for your help. I shined a light in there and sure enough the spring was blocking the screw because the button was still engaged. When I pulled back on the C-Stock, it locked into place, the button disengaged, and the spring was out of the way. Such as simple solution, but sometimes it takes someone else to point you in the right direction. Many thanks.
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    I'll put some electrical tape over the back end to cover the shiny spot. ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜
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    You forgot to say itโ€™s, โ€˜my funeral,โ€™ with those matte silver pieces poking out!
  11. 1 point
    We have concluded this trade and I must say everything was as near perfect as I could hope for. Kudos Milspec. ๐Ÿ‘
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    StrangerDanger has helped countless amounts of people with there Benelli's. I personally cannot count the amount of times I've referenced his material when I double guess myself or haven't a clue to begin with. The amount of time it takes him to take photos mid process and type his extensive explanations is all to often over looked or taken for granted. Thank you Stranger Danger! I've shared this photo before here on the forum, I dont know why it wouldn't show up on a Google search for: 1014 recoil tube depth Benelli M4 recoil tube depth Benelli 1014 recoil tube depth Benelli M4 recoil tube picture Maybe it will help someone in the future...
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    I know this is an older thread, but I have to praise you on your instructions. I couldn't find anything, anywhere, on changing the recoil tube assembly. The tip on the taking pictures to ensure proper alignment of the new assembly was spot on, as well. Thank you so much StangerDanger!
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    Youโ€™d know all about that Iโ€™m sure. Itโ€™s obviously been plated in NP3.
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    NP3 would be a better choice than nickel boron. I usually have to sand the pistons down on the high spots to get them to fit the shotgun. I put the piston in my drill gun and hold the 2000 grit paper around the piston and run it for 30 seconds at a time. Then test fit the piston to the barrel assembly.
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    well make sure it stays pretty, thats whats important. If you need to shoot your M4, its best to put that one under glass, and buy another one and shoot the "ugly" one. but the ugly one eventually gets the upgrade too, then youll need to buy another one. thats how i ended up with 4 benelli M4's.
  18. -1 points
    Heres a novel idea, keep it cleaned and well oiled and dont worry about NON-TACTICAL reflective coatings.
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    You done yet? Even to someone on the spectrum you should be able to tell that no one values your opinion. We have missed your daily autistic rants though.
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    "Only facts and logic are to be valued, not the musings and opinions of the peoples " - PROCLUS Here ended the lesson son.
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    Yes, it sure it pretty, looks like one of those guns that gets dressed up and never shot. Youre one of "those" .
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    From the bolt condition, this means you either 1. re-coated it 2. your lying. Like most who boast online, im going with the later.
  23. -3 points
    In the one image bottom, we have a SWAT (or other armed forces) with a MATTE black M4, low reflectivity= IDEAL TACTICAL The "fighting tool for those who know". In the other image at top, we have a very pretty M4 with reflective surfaces undesirable for field USE Its perfect for showing others, and posting pictures of. Such mods are boasted of their weather / anti-rust properties (rather than keeping their gun oiled and cleaned as anyone ought to do). i.e. the boasting rights of a Keyboard-Jockey. This is the same reason a $4000 1911 is said of "what you show your friends"........and a Glock is said "what you show your enemies". Here ended the lesson.
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