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About Joe67

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  1. Well just to let you know I sent my SBE II back to get fixed, It took nine days to fix the carrier,they also fixed the safty. Very impressed with the speed of benelli on fixing the gun.
  2. Thanks LBDB1A, I e-mailed Caroline this am and she e-mailed me back, Great service. BTW574 Benelli stated that the gun should not be that way and they will fix it,let me know if you would like me to forward any info to you. Joe
  3. LBDB1A is her e-mail [email protected] or [email protected] att Caroline Thanks Joe [ 07-27-2004, 07:32 AM: Message edited by: Joe67 ]
  4. BTW574, is your gun left/right handed, not sure if this is only the left handed guns that are this why. Thanks LBDB1A .
  5. Do you know if it takes Montefeitro a few days or longer to get back to you after you PM Him. I PM him a few times now about my gun and no word back yet. I am not sure what to do, Not sure if I should shoot the gun or what.
  6. Help!! Anymore thoughts abouts this. Joe
  7. Here are the photos of the gun,I have not shot the gun yet, I went to a gun store today and looked at a new SBE II the carrier was dead center, On my gun it is about 1/16 away from the right side of the gun, I question if it will hit the side of the gun over time once broken in? It does seem hard to load the gun with 3" & 3.5" shells, but I am not sure what it feels like to load this gun. Joe [ 07-17-2004, 11:52 AM: Message edited by: Joe67 ]
  8. I just got my new SBE II, I just notice when you flip the gun up side down and look at where you load the shells the carrier latch is not in the center of the opening, it is to the left. is this normal. thanks
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