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SBE II Ferret

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  1. OFFICIALLY CLOSING THIS THREAD! I have posted a new thread regarding similar issues. Please only post if you have a meaningful comment. Sorry to all others for the waste of time on this thread!
  2. Get a life Mudhen.... I can only assume you live a very boring/sheltered/pathetic/etc. life if you find this type of activity entertaining. What you have done is a real disservice to yourself and this site. A forum (regardless of your childish interpretation) is meant to allow for discussion. That you would have the audacity to think that you should take it upon yourself to rewrite the posting for another user is incredible in and of itself. Perhaps you would be more comfortable in the role of Benelli Moderator for this site. Then Mudhen (a user name that most certainly fits the user) co
  3. Sorry, I promised I was done posting. The response by sdkidaho was very well reasoned! As stupid as it sounds (and I am sure the other more informed posters will agree) I hadn't considered that option! Giving a simple cluck or yelp when I move the safety will solve the problem with NO MODIFICATION! I am very impressed that Benelli made the safety mechanism larger than on the Nova (it has a larger triangular configuration versus the Nova round mechanism) so it seems that Benelli thought ahead by having a larger safety that could be moved with a gloved hand. I am going to call Benelli next
  4. Ok, last post since this has devolved into a discussion that is of no benefit to anyone reading this forum (aside for amusement purposes). Please review my original post. I was looking for advice, not looking to knock the Benelli name. Wouldn't it have been easier for a Benelli "expert" to address the issues instead of going on a rant? Doesn't a lively discussion of these issues benefit all Benelli and non-Benelli owners? I can't believe adults (such as the three of you) throw a temper tantrum over such a small issue! Heaven forbid I impune the reputation of the mighty Benelli!
  5. Well, you know I can't resist replying to the sacred keepers of the Benelli name. Based on the amount of ire I have raised, my simple post must have shaken the very foundation of the Benelli corporation. I suspect black helicopters will be appearing on the horizon very soon. I reread my initial post to try to understand how I could inspire such anger from two veteran Benelli owners. One would have thought that I had insulted their dogs (certainly this anger would not have ensued had I flirted with their wives). At any rate, the only line I can see that must have really struck a nerve woul
  6. Mudhen, you appear to be a self-professed expert on all things Benelli. Wow, Tom Knapp had better watch out for his job! As such, I would expect you to be better informed about Benelli in general. As you are certainly aware, in order to be a Benelli dealer you are required to have annual sales of at least $25000.00 per year. Since I live in a rural location, there are no Benelli dealers in my area. Benelli dealers in urban areas (75 miles away) do not routinely allow customers to take the guns off premise and fire them before purchasing them. They do not have "demo" models for test firin
  7. Well, I finally made the plunge and purchased a brand new Super Black Eagle II with steady grip and camo coating. A very pricy gun, but hopefully worth the investment. I have a couple of questions and concerns about the firearm, and am hoping someone can offer assistance. First, I am impressed with the placement and overall size of the safety located next to the trigger housing. I will be using this firearm exclusively for turkey hunting (hence the steady grip). I am very disappointed in the loud sound emitted from the safety when it is moved back and forth. I understand that it needs to
  8. Well, I finally made the plunge and purchased a brand new Super Black Eagle II with steady grip and camo coating. A very pricy gun, but hopefully worth the investment. I have a couple of questions and concerns about the firearm, and am hoping someone can offer assistance. First, I am impressed with the placement and overall size of the safety located next to the trigger housing. I will be using this firearm exclusively for turkey hunting (hence the steady grip). I am very disappointed in the loud sound emitted from the safety when it is moved back and forth. I understand that it needs to
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