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About JesseJames45auto

  • Birthday 07/20/1982

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  1. Got photos of the firearm with the forarm off?
  2. If you look at http://www.impactguns.com you will find a M3 26inch vented rib barrel that they can sell you or get for you. with all 5 tubes. or you can go to E-gunparts and get a M3 barrel. 26 inch vent rib with the choke tubes But like anything. It will cost you as its a "special" barrel Jesse
  3. Well i am happy to say that my M1 side saddle has made it to my house today. The intent of this side saddle was to put on my M3 so i wouldnt have to drill or tap any holes in my reciver. So far that part is great. On the other side. due to it being a pump gun also. the slide is not able to move all the way back in pump mode. But still seems to work fine in auto mode. Which is what i primary use. Right now the option i am looking at is to buy a new forarm so i can cut it down to the laught i need so i can use both modes. This would solve the problem and at the same time keep the orginal forarm in orginal condishion. Overall the finish seems to be great. I kinda like there "gasket" that they have althought it dont seem to work on here. Fitting to the firearm seems to be decent. As the mount seems to be solid to the firearm and there is no play up and down on the side saddle and seems very solid. Althought from looking in from the ends i noticed a gap between the reciver and base of the side saddle. But i am very happy with it. Althought this was not made for the M3 shotgun, it seems it will do the trick just nicely after i buy a new forarm as i dont want to cut the one i have now. So far the only thing i would want to change on this is to change the direction of the screw going into the reciver to hold the side saddle on as the acorn nut seems to interfear with the right side of the reciver for me. Will have photos up soon. Jesse
  4. The magazine plug is in the shotgun still for Legal hunting of Migitory birds. Look at your manual to figure out how to take the magazine plug out of the tube. Jesse
  5. Speaking of witch. i just ordered a 8 round M1 side saddle to put on my M3 benelli. cant wait to see it works. looks kinda odd. but if it work it works Jesse
  6. maybe there are different names for the lever. but i beleave in my M3 manual its the "cocked indicator tab" Jesse
  7. Not shure about anyone else. but i generly find the 3 inch game loads to kick more then the buckshot and slug rounds. Maybe because the 3 in game loads i have are 1 and 5/8th oz compared to the slugs of 1 oz or just over one oz. not quite shure what the 3 inch 00 buck or 000 buck weights in at Jesse
  8. Depends on what firearm. its alot easer to say that the firearm is (922r) or what ever compliant if you have a full laught tube on it instead of a short tube and a extention. Jesse
  9. Do they even have Full laught "factory tubes" being sold to the public?
  10. Are you directing your statment to me M3X2 or is it to Keith1863? Jesse
  11. This is from the Indiana DNR sight for hunting with a shotgun "With a shotgun capable of holding more than three shells, unless it is plugged with a one-piece filler which is incapable of being removed without disassembling the gun." Now. i am not shure how to read it. would taking the plug retainer out be consitered "disassembling the gun" in order to make my shotgun legal to hunt with with the limiter in. or is it saying now that even thought i have the limiter in. i cant use it to hunt because i need to take the barrel and such off in order to remove the limiter. kinda tricky wording i think Jesse
  12. the M1 seems like the M3 on the tube. if you look at it. you will see that the end of the tube is rolled in or crimped if you would say. and the spring retainer kinda looks like a washer from this angle with a hole in it rests up on the crimp on the magazine tube. That is the onlything that is holding the spring inside the tube. Makes putting the magazine plug in reather nice and easy. but i can see how it can have flaws for the spring coming out if the crimp expands. Jesse
  13. Alrighty, we will start out with the magazine retainer. which on mine is held in the magazine tube by the crimp in the tube. The magazine limiter will slide in the hole on the spring retainer and push the retainer down where the limiter has the E clip installed at. Next is the limiter retainer ring. not shure if the short magazine tube has this or not also. http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a77/Rabbit-Slayer/Benelli/DSC00298.jpg This is what keeps the limiter inside the magazine tube. In order to install it you need to put the plug in and then put this on top the plug and push down one end first and then the second end in. In order to remove you need to push down on it. hook your finger under the lip and tip it at about a 45 degree angle to remove it. Once installed it should look like this http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a77/Rabbit-Slayer/Benelli/DSC00299.jpg I am assuming that the shorter magazine tube is set up similer to what my 7 round tube is. Jesse. any other questions feel free to ask
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