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  1. Can anyone recommend a good gunsmith that can reduce the trigger pull weight of my R1? Thanks
  2. You'll probably have to have the firearm sale transferred to NC. I just purchased an R1 from cabela's and they had to transfer the purchase which if I remember correctly cost ~$50.
  3. I've got a VXIII 4.5 - 14 x 40 mm and love it! It seems to be a perfect match for the R1, both aesthetically and operationally.
  4. Thanks for the link Tucker301. Butch-M, Thanks! I'll check into it. Maybe I just need to tighten it down more,although I was told not to tighten it down with anything other then my hand...
  5. Well I got my comfortech and wow was it worth it!!! At first I would have rather had the 22" barrel instead of the 24" barrel, but after shooting it at the range it has seemed to help my accuracy. I wouldn't think that 2 inches on a barrel could a/effect accuracy that much, but I had two groups @ 100yds that all 3 rounds were touching. As eluded to in my other post my digital is on the fritz otherwise I would post the pics. Luck? Maybe, but 2 different groups? The funny thing was the guys in the stalls (at the rifle range ) to the left and right saw my groups and wanted to know what ki
  6. Does anyone else use these rings? http://www.leupold.com/products/mounts.htm ( The quick detachable rings ) It seems as though the cross slots on the base that comes with the R1 are slightly bigger then the cross slot bars on the rings. This leaves for a little play in the scope mounts. Even when the rings are tightened down as much as possible (via hand, no pliers are used) that the recoil of the 30-06 has already damaged one pair beyond use. I purchased a second pair and the same thing seems to be happening. I've pushed the rings as far forward as possible and then tightened
  7. Sounds more like an advertisement for that website then anything... especially since this is an R1 forum...
  8. Well, cabela's said they'd give $700 for the R1. The new comfortech is $1200. That leaves ~$500 difference for me to make up. Not sure what the going price for a used R1 is right now.
  9. OHHH!!! Just went up there and held the comfortech R1 30-06.... IT'S MINE!!! I'm going to take the $500 loss, by trading in my current R1 and buying the comfortech... as soon as I do that Benelli will offer the upgrade... lol.
  10. I'll take one... if not I'll buy a new one with the stock on it.
  11. DreamHuntz, Ya, it is suppose to be a 2" high zero @100 yds. That way as Tucker301 said it would be dead on @200 yds. The first hunt I took this rifle on was a Wyoming antelope hunt. Even without the barrel cap tightened it still dropped the speed goat at 200 yds no problem. Those targets were shot using hearing protection , a shooting rest, and 150 grain Winchester Ballistic Silvertips. A friend that handloads says he could never get ballistic tips to preform very good and that I could probably get better performance out of 165 grain non-ballistic tip ammo. I'll be going to the
  12. tucker301, I agree! Those groups are completely acceptable to me! I recently dumped a 14" pronghorn at 200 yds using it, so no problem at those ranges either. I'm using the new spring tension cap. garren, In those recent target pictures there really weren't any errors. I really only mentioned errors becuase of group D being a little sloppy compared to groups A & B. I still think I could tighten the groups if I wanted, but really don't need to put that much effort into it.
  13. See the test results after I tightened down the barrel cap all the way here: http://www.benelliusa.com/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi/topic/5/16.html?
  14. Well here are the results... it's obvious that the "tightness" that the barrel cap is screwed down to affects the accuracy: Group A: The first three shots, barrel cool time was ~30 seconds in between. Group B: Waited until the barrel was cool again. The second three shots, barrel cool time was ~30 seconds in between. Group C: In a hunting situation, you might not have 30 seconds to let the barrel cool, so I fired off 3 shots, with a wait time ~ 5 - 8 seconds (just enough for target aquisition and fire). Then Immediately reloaded and fired 3 more shots with the same
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