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  1. The pistol grip itself cannot be removed, but you can change out the stock to a standard stock. Simply remove the buttpad and one nut in the stock. It takes about 5 minutes.
  2. Brownells stocks a ton of Benelli parts. www.brownells.com
  3. The best way I found was to insert the spring into the tube, with the barrel pointed towards the ceiling, place the extension (making sure the end piece is in place) and slowly compress the spring and thread the extension on. It took me a couple tries at first, but it gets easier after the first couple times! If it still doesn't want to go on, I would suggest calling Benelli to find out if you have the right spring. 33" sounds about right though.
  4. We will be building a rail system for the nova shortly. It will allow you to attach any light made for Picatinny rails (ie: Surefire X200, Insight M3/M6, etc.) to the shotgun. You can see our current offerings at www.sidearmor.com Feel free to email me at [email protected] if you have any questions.
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    We will be building a mounting system for the Nova Tactical shortly. You can check out our current offerings at www.sidearmor.com Since Benelli doesn't drill & tap the receivers on the Nova, we will most likely only be able to offer the forward light mounting system instead of the full receiver rail system like the M1014. Feel free to email me at [email protected] if you have any questions. The Nova is a great gun! I'm sure you will be very pleased with your purchase. Enjoy!
  6. Ah, gotcha! Davis Industries offers their speedfeed stocks in shortened lengths. Usually 13" LOP. Brownells carries them: http://www.brownells.com/aspx/NS/store/ProductDetail.aspx?p=12704&title=PISTOL+GRIP+SHOTGUN+STOCK
  7. I would rule out the Remington simply due to it's weight. I absolutly love shooting my 1187, but it's a bear to lug around because of it's steel receiver. The Benelli seems like a great choice, especially if you are starting out a young shooter. You can start him on a 12" LOP stock and work him up as he grows into the gun. As much as I love my Berettas, they are lightweight and fun to shoot, but they don't have the stock selection that the Montefeltro does. He would notice a bit more felt recoil in the Beretta as well. Kevin M. Smith www.sidearmor.com
  8. What stock do you have now? If you have a standard straight stock w/sling mounts I would be willing to trade my pistol grip stock for it. Email me at [email protected] if you are interested. Regards... Kevin M. Smith www.sidearmor.com
  9. If you have a bead sight, simply unscrew the factory sight and screw on the new sight. They are standard RH thread.
  10. Gotta love those M4's. Best **** shotgun I have ever had the pleasure of working with, hands down! She's only a loaner, but beautiful, nonetheless!
  11. The M4 we have been testing with has performed flawlessly. Light loads, heavy loads, mixed stuff. It doesn't care. This is easily a huge improvement over the M1 and is going to set the standard for future shotguns. We have bolted all kinds of stuff on it, trying to make it fail. We have not had a single hiccup after at least 3000 rounds. check out our rail system at www.sidearmor.com and see for yourself. We have put optics and lights all over this thing and it handles it all with ease.
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