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  1. Just want to publicly say thanks to Unobtanium for the trigger group I bought from him in this thread. I received it today and it is perfect and new just as he described it. I knew that it would be from my impression of him during the last several years on this forum, is that he is a person who is very meticulous about his firearms. He also sent it out to me without first receiving the funds I sent him. Thank you, sir!
    6 points
  2. It came into my FFL on the 9th, but I couldn't pick it up till today cause he was in the hospital. The receiver is Black Black, and the manufacture year is 21. Need to tweak the foam in my 3gun case for that insane LOP on the stock. Was strange that it comes only in cardboard unassembled, when far cheaper guns come with a cheap plastic case. not whining, just caught off guard.
    4 points
  3. Update: I installed the bolt release button. Thanks to StrangerDanger for the awesome instructions. Here are a couple of pictures. Thanks
    3 points
  4. yeah, ive noticed that as well. i guess he cant take the heat and hopes we have a short memory. i'd be ashamed too if i were him.
    3 points
  5. Good evening everyone. I am in the final stages of getting in material to produce a steel tang, titanium handle charging handle. I will be posting more details in this thread as they come. Titanium is ordered (Coming in from USA), and the steel tang will be stainless steel to prevent corrosion, RC 40, to prevent deformation from inserting and taking out the handle. This will be a locking charging handle. CNC Precision made, has an outside diameter of 0.6" (5/8") which is in between the 3/4" and 1/2". Final product finish will be sand blasted for a darker grey natural titanium look.
    2 points
  6. The carrier was one of the first things I replaced. The stock one tore my thumb up. The taran carrier is awesome and makes loading much more comfortable. Once you start with the upgrades your screwed LOL........it is addictive. You ll love it man they are so much fun to shoot.
    2 points
  7. As a general inquiry, what type of knurling do you all prefer to have? I am thinking to not have such sharp knurling as to cut up the hands, but knurling with a bit more of a flat top on it that will still provide grip, but not chew up the hands. If any of you have any input on your preference would love to hear it. I had in mind, something similar to the attached photo. Thanks.
    2 points
  8. I've been busy with my new job and not as diligent as I should be in watching the forum. Evolution paid me promptly and this was an excellent transaction. Thankyou!
    2 points
  9. Not posting this to question anyone's opinions or $anity regarding a folding stock -- just wondering about its utility and if that's the reason for the overwhelming demand. Is it because that's what the M4 is supposed to come with -- it makes the gun complete? Weight savings? Cool factor or do some shooters find adjusting the length-of-pull fits them better? Living in Rep of Cali I can't use a folding stock so I have not experience with it. My 11707 did come equiped with a 3 position receiver tube, so if we ever re-join the Union and the prices come down I may get one.
    2 points
  10. sure hope he did'nt buy it on EBAY. some unscrupulous person may have ripped him off........
    2 points
  11. I’ve been shooting shotguns since I was legally old enough to hunt. Maybe I’m not tactical enough, or I’m doing things wrong, but I’ve never felt the need to have a soda can for a charging handle on any of my semi autos. All the more reason to stick to the stock one in my M4.
    2 points
  12. I bought mine because I liked the option to change the length. I am a big guy and the longest setting and middle setting work great for me. It saves a little weight I am sure too. Lets all be honest to - a lot of the reason everyone gets it is because exactly like you said: it is how a Benelli M4 SHOULD look and it just looks cool.
    2 points
  13. For me it's all about the flexibility. The half way position is PERFECT for a red dot on a low quick release mount. The fully opened position is PERFECT for the factory sights. It basically gives the user the ability to utilize the gun in a way that fits their own personal shooting style.
    2 points
  14. My beloved Caesar Guerini. The shop didn't have a left handed one so I drove up to the factory in Maryland to pick it up. When they brought it out I knew immediately the drive had been worth it.
    2 points
  15. I have one very similar to this one. It's been on my "daily driver" so long I forget where it came from. Never a problem with it. I also like the looks of this one: https://www.rxarms.com/#h.p_03Hhox2MkREf It requires no machining, drilling, tapping or tools of any sort. Only $46 bucks If it's too good to be true then it probably is. Since it's a crappy day here in the socialist northeast and boredom had set in, I set my sights on making one. Needs a tad bit of refining but Ya know what, the darn thing works good. Just have to find something that's a better color
    1 point
  16. Ya not my first ride on the crazy mod train lol, it is a curse. My cars, motorcycles, firearms, computers, etc are all modded or build with my own hands. No kids to put through college or drug addiction so I blow my money on toys. I am working on a heck of a mod todo list for this.
    1 point
  17. I ll be dam...you got a black receiver lol. Maybe the blue is on the way out. Looks awesome man, congrats
    1 point
  18. There could be a reason why they have a one star review out of 5200 reviews.
    1 point
  19. I had no kids, so or me to set one up for duty use. It involves me loading it to capacity. Ideally, it would be after taking it to the range and shooting enough to know it is reliable, but if that is my only option, I'll load it anyway. Regarding one in the chamber... If I can't trust a firearm to not fire when it isn't supposed to by leaving one in the chamber, then I don't trust it period and it won't have a place in my house. ALL my guns that are for that type of role are loaded to full capacity, including one in the breech.
    1 point
  20. Gallo, just something bout an old Ithaca..love those things Rubicon that Vang Comp is awesome. i dont know that ive seen too many with a side folder
    1 point
  21. Yes, Customs sent back a bunch of them but a few squeaked through. You just have to be willing to gamble. They will fit but you have to use their tube in your receiver.
    1 point
  22. When I first started researching the M4 a few years back, I honestly thought the collapsable stock looked odd. Last Feb, I came across a M1014 US flag model w fixed collapsable stock at Sportsmans warehouse. Once I started seeing the various forum member builds and comments about the middle position being right length of pull in combination w RMR and Scalerworks mount, etc etc, I've slowly been moving in that direction. Finally, I have accumulated the parts and I am all set up to switch out neutered recoil tube w the 3 position. A shout out to SD for his extensive photo essay tutor
    1 point
  23. 1 point
  24. It's been kinda crazy lately ... I've never had an issue with any of Todd's parts. It almost seems like the competition is out to cause him some headaches. I mean his latest video talked about someone complaining about stripped screws and we know for a fact he always checks those before he sends them out. Now this (above) and the complaints about paying in advance for backordering parts (which is SOP for everyone from Midway to SIG to you name it) ... I think Todd gets a bad rap on a lot of this recent stuff. Just my humble opinion. The guy is a M4 affectionado.
    1 point
  25. I personally do not store long guns with one in the chamber. Pistols yes. Here is one point of view. https://www.luckygunner.com/lounge/cruiser-ready-how-to-store-a-home-defense-shotgun-2020-update/
    1 point
  26. I've owned a number of the C-stocks over the years, no longer have one, it does nothing for me. The only benefit I can possibly see is shorter stock position when wearing body armor.
    1 point
  27. I saw those pics over on social media. I kind of cringed when I saw it because that is one part I haven’t changed out yet for that reason after going thru the forum topics. I don’t have big meaty construction hands so I will be going with the 1/2” handle when I get to it. At least anyone that sees his M4 knows he shoots it and means business!
    1 point
  28. So,you sell a steel mag tube,for 350.00 dollars that holds 6 shell? no spring? no follower? am I missing something?
    1 point
  29. Rubicon - Check out the link above. I think there is an SD tutorial in there as well.
    1 point
  30. I had eight spas 12s.That’s what I have left.When people were paying 4500 plus.They went on broker .One is serial under 10. I have original trigger for one with updated safety And other is under 25 in second gen ..Had two spas-15 now only one..
    1 point
  31. One that I don't own but to me rivals the status of the M4, is a Mag-10 Roadblocker. I'd love to chuck some 00 outta one of those...
    1 point
  32. Just the remnants of a cheap old Davidson 16ga. I call it my Yosemite Sam relic. Those of you old enough to remember the Luney Tune cartoons (Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam, Wile E Coyote ect. ect.) years ago can relate.
    1 point
  33. The M2 with the straight stock, since I was trained on a Remington 870 at my cop shop, and as a kid chasing rabbits and pheasants. At my retired age, no sense changing stock style, as I am pretty good with it, so why change? I doubt slugs will be on my agenda, unless I take it camping.
    1 point
  34. We are all happy to help. This forum helped me out a ton when I got here - same as you, I read A LOT and just tried to soak up the knowledge. 922 can be a little big at first until you get into it and see the parts that are available and some of them are super easy to replace. If you go with with a new US made tube for example and a US made follower, there are 2 of your 3 (or 4) parts already to cover 922.
    1 point
  35. Enjoy your stock! I already received and switched the washer from Mesa Tactical to Nord Lock Washer.
    1 point
  36. This exactly what you need Product Dimensions : 0.83 x 0.1 x 0.42 inches; 0.16 Ounces. Outside D-0.83"xTicknes T-0.1" Inside D-0.42" Amazon reference: Wedge Locking Washer Carbon STL Zinc Flake Coated Thru Hardened M10 Large O.D. 10 glued PRS/Pack Rockwell Hardness: M in 46 HRC Fits Bolt Sizes: M10, or 3/8 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XPF8K4V/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_image_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    1 point
  37. Big dog covered most of it. There is an instant gratification route, but it is initially costly. You’d have to buy two M4’s, a M1014 and an 11707 or similar variant. You’d swap stocks from the M1014 onto the 11707 variant and install a full length magazine tube. You could then sell the M1014 with the fixed pistol grip stock. General consensus for 922 compliance is you need at least four US made parts. A US made full length magazine tube and follower count for two of those parts. You then have options for the other two, A&S engineering trigger frame, Briley/FFT/Benelli parts
    1 point
  38. Thanks for replying Greg. Your work is excellent!
    1 point
  39. The 18.3 is the metric diameter of the bore, 18.3 mm = 12 gauge. PSF =Polvere Senza Fumo = Italian for smokeless powder gun proof mark.
    1 point
  40. Looks nice! Here's one I put together using a 1911 extended mag release button. Just had to drill and tap for a 5-40 screw to fit. All for about $25
    1 point
  41. First time M4 & Gun owner. I thought my all black out of ht box M4 was the most beautiful thing I have ever seen but..... My level of standards have increased.
    1 point
  42. 1 point
  43. broke in kept we mine eats the lite stuff all day. is yours stock ?
    1 point
  44. Yup these guys have the knowledge. I have about 2500K through my short barrel (10") and now it will cycle anything, even with 8.5" of pressure building barrel cut off (all legal and above board with a Form 4 and the blessing of my GOD, my Country, my Mom and the BATFE). But... ... . if you know my mom and she asks, kinda, like, change the subject or something, she wants me to find a wife and a bigger house and well, those things cost money you know? Regards, -d
    1 point
  45. yes run your m4 wet.. and break it in with a few hundred rounds of high power.. mine runs like a dream with crap 2 3/4 ammo Ciao
    1 point
  46. One of the pros on this forum recommended three hundred rounds of bird shot, prior to the the #7's or 8's. Followed his recommendation and now no issue with value pack ammo.
    1 point
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