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  • Birthday 10/13/1981

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  1. I have one of the special edition M1014 shotguns. I would like to have the non-collapsible buffer-tube replaced with a 3-position buffer tube. Does anyone know a good, competent gunsmith which would be able to do this for me? Preferably I would ship my shotgun to him for the work, and then he would ship it back when finished. Thanks!
  2. Thanks for the info guys. Michael, email sent.
  3. I have one of the limited edition M1014s and am finally getting around to fixing the fact that I have a collapsible stock which doesn't collapse due to the current buffer tube. I see that I have two options: 1) Purchase a new buffer tube with the correct milling to allow the stock to collapse. I've seen some factory 3-position tubes on gunbroker in the past, but am not finding any at the moment. Anyone have any info where I can get my hands on one of these? 2) Have my current buffer tube milled to allow for the 3-position collapsing functionality. Does anyone know of a good,m reliable gunsmith who is familiar with this process and has done it in the past? Thanks!
  4. So I'm moving to California for my job. Thing is, I've got a beautiful Benelli M1014 with the pistol grip stock (non-collapsible) and the 2-shot extension. Can I bring it with me to Cali?
  5. Wow, great find. Yes, yes, exciting stuff!
  6. ColtM4--was the class you went to only for LE people, or was it something anybody could take?
  7. For the bolt handel just use the M1 version. fits fine on the M4.
  8. Yea, 240+, that'll be the day. Try 180 if I at a big lunch. That's the problem with only being 5'8"--it makes it all that much harder to get freaking huge. Oh well.
  9. Yes, he certainly could! I purchased my M1014 with the Sidearmor already installed--it's one of the things that caught my eye in the first place. The fit is great--it leaves enough room to remove the barrel without any hassle. I can't comment if you need Locktite or not because I didn't install it. At any rate, Locktite or no, it's still as solid as the day I bought it. It works great for a flashlight attachment method--it puts my Surefire M3right there at the tip of the gun. Utility wise, it'll work great for a flashlight or laser. If you're looking for just the flashlight mount, then the sidearmor is a good choice. However, if you want more of a rail system that will allow for a vertical grip, wait for the FCAM. Anyway, I really like mine and am glad it's on my shotty.
  10. That's what I do! [ 08-05-2006, 06:53 PM: Message edited by: jakjakman ]
  11. Very, very good review and writeup, thanks!
  12. They should--I think the mismatched finish is the only thing steering people towards the factory tube instead of the Nodak version.
  13. Keep us updated on how your project goes--I'd like a 14" M4 someday too.
  14. Yup, they do. Messa tactical is working on one as we speak, and another company already has one on the market. Use the search function up at the top of this page, I think there's been some good info on it posted here.
  15. No, but the Caps Lock key should be to the left of the 'a' key.
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