Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...
Benelli Forums

kengps

Members
  • Content Count

    19
  • Joined

  • Last visited

    Never

Community Reputation

0 Neutral

About kengps

  • Rank
    Junior Member
  • Birthday 02/02/1964

Personal Information

  • Location
    Alaska
  • Occupation
    pilot
  • loginname
    kengps
  • displayname
    kengps
  1. kengps

    a?

    Never mind [ 04-29-2006, 02:51 AM: Message edited by: kengps ]
  2. I can't believe it. I sent in all the paperwork for a short-barrel M2 on Feb. 26th. They kicked the application back to me because I didn't fill out some form about shipping weapons out of state. Not sure what that was. Never seen it mentioned before. Maybe something that you need for a Form 1 only? Anyway, the letter said My application doesn't start until everything is in order. In other words, "back to the end of the line" But 2 weeks later It comes back all done. Took only about 8 weeks total.
  3. Nice to know. Thanks for the correct answer.
  4. kengps

    12shot-Benelli

    Oh, so that's what the bipods were for. To hold the muzzle up when it's fully loaded. I was laughing pretty hard at your bipods the first time I seen them. Sniper shotguns didn't make any sense. [ 04-15-2006, 12:48 AM: Message edited by: kengps ]
  5. Does anybody even make a pad for the pistol-grip stocks? If so, I would love to get a part number. A shorter pad would be great also. Does Benelli make one ? [ 03-29-2006, 12:39 AM: Message edited by: kengps ]
  6. I think that is why someone suggested to just buy a Nova. The Barrels by themselves are $$$ Try Ebay. people sell barrels on there often, but still not a lot cheaper than MSRP because they are in limited availablity. [ 03-27-2006, 06:14 PM: Message edited by: kengps ]
  7. Not that I have ever seen. I looked once and gave up. I plan on cutting the stock down and building an aluminum plate assembly that will bolt in under the spring tube nut. I can mount an aftermarket pad to that. Benelli's are very long. Even finding a mount rail for my M2 took a while. The Benelli dealer didn't even know. It is a Weaver 93 for future reference. All the weavers are shiney blued metal. Leupold makes one in matt black. Took me weeks to find that out. Was going to have one refinished. These aren't remingtons. They are rather unique and thus info is hard to come by.
  8. The retaining lever seems to be stiff on all Benelli's On my new M2 it is really tough to push the shells in and very difficult to get them out. I have seen others say they eject all their shells one- by- one as opposed to pulling them out of the magazine tube.
  9. kengps

    Grizzly man

    I wouldn't worry about coming up on this Psycho in the wild. He was pretty harmless.... Except to his girlfriend anyway.
  10. Yes, there were pictures but they are gone now. The assembly order is as follows: First you put the red follower down the tube followed by the spring. Next is a round disk with a hole in it. Then slip the extension tube over everything and compress the parts and screw the extension onto the shotgun. If you wish to use the limiter you don't have to dissasemble anything. Just slide it into the hole at the end of the mag extension. The rod end goes first with the disk attached last. Then Angle the remaing washer with wings on it and slip it into the extension tube and let it go straight so it locks the limiter in place.
  11. You can't put a collapsible stock on an M1, M2, or M3. The recoil spring is located inside of the stock. The M4 is gas operated. [ 02-19-2006, 02:11 AM: Message edited by: kengps ]
  12. FN_FAL I'm not doing a Form 4. I am modifying an existing weapon by shortening the barrel. That will convert it into a class 3 weapon. I have to use a Form 1 for that. The barrel itself doesn't have to be registered. It still cost $200 though. What I'm trying to find out is whether Benelli imports the barrels already at 14" or cuts them down after they arrive in the USA. I have heard they do it after arrival but I can't confirm it yet. If they Cut them down in the USA then I am going to see whether I can have them modify my 18" barrel as they don't have a 14" barrel as of yet for the M2. If not then maybe I can find out if they sub it out. I would like it to be "factory quality" as that will make it identical to the factory barrel if they ever produce one. I had a problem with the choke bore on my barrel so it may get tossed in the garbage can anyway when they send me a new one on warranty. [ 02-18-2006, 01:27 AM: Message edited by: kengps ]
  13. It's the very best, most expensive tp. Cost $200.00 and you only get 1 sheet. [ 02-15-2006, 10:08 PM: Message edited by: kengps ]
  14. Thanks for the help.For those who didn't read my entire post, let me say again......."I know I need a BATF Form 1" [ 02-15-2006, 07:54 PM: Message edited by: kengps ]
  15. Hello, Does anyone know whether Benelli actually imports 14" barrels. I have heard that Benelli actually has them cut down once they arrive in the US. Anybody know for sure? What if I cut down an 18" barrel myself. Is it the same as a 14" cylinder bore factory barrel? Is there going to be a difference in the taper of the barrel. I'm not that familiar with shotgun barrels. Thanks for the help. P.S. Yes.... I know I need a BATF Form 1
×
×
  • Create New...