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About jmikesteen

  • Birthday 11/08/1952

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    Southwest Florida
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    What, I can\'t hear you, my ears are ringing!
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  1. Got no gap on mine either just got it today so they might have made a change.
  2. Just got mine installed and I like it. no gaps, looks very nice, will have to see how it fires with all this expensive rubber and metal.
  3. Thanks my friend, I am selling one on e-spit and someone asked me the question. Mike
  4. will the regular stock as in the plastic one without the pistol grip for a M1 / M3 fit a SBE? thanks in advance for your help. Mike
  5. The same length as the one you have
  6. M1014 you always make me smile Let us see that long one!! [ 10-09-2006, 08:15 PM: Message edited by: jmikesteen ]
  7. Actualy I was just joking because it is such a null subject. Sorta like Tucker and Duggan said, it has bored us to sleep so I was just joshing with you. Did you ever see the smiley beating the dead horse? Imagine you are seeing it right here X ....zzzzzzzzzz oh sorry, where was I? Shoot em if ya got em!!
  8. Not mine, (I wouldn't sell mine this cheap) this is only a public service anouncement. http://www.sturmgewehr.com/webBBS/semi4sale.cgi?read=139535
  9. QUIT SPECULATING RIGHT NOWWWWW!!!!!! We just won't stand for it here either.
  10. jmikesteen


    How much does you kitchen scale say for both parts together?
  11. jmikesteen


    Does anyone know how much the whole sidearmor rig weighs?
  12. So Coop is gone. It will be a sadder place without his arrogant attitude but most often right viewpoint on things. We will all miss him more than we know. He has done so much for our sport.
  13. If the shoty was imported after the 1989 ban you can have the long tube but not with the pistol grip. You would need to use the field stock in order to be legal with the long tube. That or replace the correct number of parts with USA made parts to make it legal
  14. P.S. Both of my two HK Benellis have different serial numbered barrels and I have always heard that was just the way it is.
  15. This is from an old site that was up before the 94 ban ended, only thing I ever saw on benelli preban serial numbers. Benelli (imported by H&K) (703) 450-1900 I called H&K and they couldn't/wouldn't specify the "cutoff" serial number for pre/post ban Benelli's. Given this, the best we can do is post assorted serial numbers and import dates that will help you guess. If anyone comes up with a cutoff number, please let me know, and also please let me know any serial numbers and dates that you run by H&K. Model Data Benelli M1 Super 90 M1507xx, imported 12/01/92, pre-ban M17142x, imported 1993, pre-ban M1978xx, imported 08/94, pre-ban M19833x, imported 09/19/94, post-ban* M200050, imported 09/05/94, pre-ban* M200100, imported 09/05/94, pre-ban* M200111, imported 09/05/94, pre-ban* M202200, imported 09/30/94, post-ban M205200, imported 10/04/94, post-ban M201xxx, imported 10/26/94, post-ban M210025, imported 01/1995, post-ban M215900, imported 03/1995, post-ban Benelli M3 M19199x, imported 05/14/94, pre-ban M1967xx, imported 08/94, pre-ban M20595x, imported 11/04/94, post-ban *Note: Discrepancy between M19833x (9/19/94 post-ban) and three larger serial numbers M200050, M200100, and M200111 (9/05/94 pre-ban). There is no accounting for this discrepancy. All information was provided by H&K and/or Benelli. Presumably the shipments of imports did not come in perfectly ordered by serial number. Many manufacturers and/or importers are in this same situation and that is why they can't provide a "cutoff" number.
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