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  1. It is the same threading as your front bead.
  2. Twowheelhooligan...Check this out. If you do it right you can make a Benelli sing for Sporting clays. By the way my 5'2 96lb wife shoots a 12g ultralight. She rolls 7/8 1200fps loads through it all day long. Yes the baddest looking Benelli on the planet. Enjoy!!! Benelli Supersport w/ 30 inch barrel Briley 6 oz weight in front and Secret style 6oz weight in rear (8.5lb total weight) Comp N Chokes in pictures /Now Kicks Briley Trigger job 15 1/4 LOP- Stock length stock with additional spacer by S&S Gunstocks Packmayr Sporting clay SC100 butt pad Mid bead t
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    Briley does Benelli triggers. Your LB's will be about the same but they can take 90% of the creep out of it. Cost about a $100 bucks and you send them your trigger. Then again it is a hunting gun and not a Perazzi with a 3lb no creep trigger. They put that kind of lb's in the stock triggers mainly for safety so they don't just go off when you bump them or whatever. 5lbs for a Nelli is pretty dang good considering that from the factory they can go all the way up to 7.5lbs. Recoil pad. Most people including their sponsored shooters will take sand paper to their stock pads because they
  4. Tim99, I agree with you a 100% but benelli barrels are already thick considering Beretta's, browning and most if not all competition shotguns start at .733 or bigger. Benellis are an inertia design which require back pressure. Reduce that by making a bigger hole and reduce recoil. Lengthen forcing cones and that will do it also. I agree weight, fit and triggers are better. I do just fine with a .723 but I have shot both a stock Benelli and a performance shop one and you can feel a difference. Feel to the shooter is the biggest deal. Every top shooter in the country for th
  5. Tim99, It will not weaken the barrel if done properly. Benelli worked with Briley to exact specifications so that the gun will still have enough back pressure to shoot all the loads there is. The pattern could POSSIBLY be better (less flyers in the pattern) since the barrel is more open. If you buy a Benelli that has all these mods from their Performance Shop the warranty will not be void I believe. Check them out. http://www.benelliusa.com/performance_shop/benelli_performance_shop_supersport.php I am not sure if you have a current non Performance Shop gun and try to have
  6. Briley offers a back bored Benelli barrel. It is backbored from .723 to .733 and has lengthened forcing cones. I believe it is not necessary but they say because of the Inertia design by doing this it relieves some of the backpressure and reduces recoil feel. I have achieved the highest class in Sporting Clays(Masters Class) shooting a stock supersport. I now have a custom length stock and trigger job done along with some added weight. Other than that the gun is stock and performs extremely well.
  7. Mudhen, By the way, where are you in CA? I am here too. I am in Orange County.
  8. It is just like the Regular montefeltro. Take the frontend cap off and slide the metal rod out of the end. It should be just like the Regular Monty, Supersport, Sport II, Legacy and so. Good luck.
  9. I got 55k thourgh my Nelli. It clicked once in a competition. Guess what. I bumped the handle and it pulled bolt out of the battery. Just F.Y.I. if the bolt is not locked into position the firing pin will not hit the primer and it will click. Simple as that. Nothing more, nothing less. Tucker says to check it. If you are walking around loaded and you go through brush you should check it to make sure the bolt didn't get pulled back out of the battery. Somebody mentioned cleaning the chamber. BRAVO!!! Finally someone got it that when that area gets gunked up with shell residue that
  10. Idyates, First, if your friend likes the ways yours feels then I would make sure he has his gun set up just like yours with the same shim kit. Fit is the biggest factor in recoil. A gun with a A shim and one with the D shim has a huge difference in where the stock will sit on the shoulder and so on. #2- make sure that his gun is thoroughly cleaned and is running smooth. Clean the recoil spring and everything. #3- It could be the actually Spring in the stock. There is a possibility although extremely rare that this spring will lose its spring. If that happens the bolt could
  11. Get ready...."CUT EM' JACK!!!" BOOM! BOOM!! BOOM!!!! Set your DVR, Grab your Benelli and get ready for... Benelli Presents: The Duck Commander http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fU-rfKvWBag July 4th at 9:30 a.m. on the Outdoor Channel GOOD NIGHT!!!!!!!!!!
  12. A couple of Fridays ago I got my hands on one from our rep. Took it apart, examined it and shot about 75 rounds though it. This gun is NICE!!! It comes apart easy and when assembled it is totally solid and no movement. The Magazine comes out for easy cleaning. Stock-The new comfortech stock is the best I have seen from them. You can actually shoulder it and pull it into your shoulder and can see the back chevron(the bigger one that come from one side of stock to the other) compress. Although the newer stocks are longer and come with the medium pad I still think Benelli could get away wit
  13. This is something I posted last week. I think you will find a lot of good info in there for all you guys/gals that want to know what shooting a VINCI is like. On Friday I got my hands on one from our rep. Took it apart, examined it and shot about 75 rounds though it. This gun is NICE!!! It comes apart easy and when assembled it is totally solid and no movement. The Magazine comes out for easy cleaning. Stock-The new comfortech stock is the best I have seen from them. You can actually shoulder it and pull it into your shoulder and can see the back chevron(the bigger one that come fr
  14. Phil Robertson has been shooting a 3 inch M2 for awhile now just FYI. I think you can get better at calling and bring them in closer, learn to shoot better or rock a SBEII if you really need a 3.5 inch gun. Just my 2 cents.
  15. They put 88 THOUSAND rounds through 12 of them in Argentina. 7500 went through one gun. Not ONE failure. I think it will be fine and will not rattle loose. Metal to metal connections. Coolest thing since sliced bread in my opinion. I think it has perfect placement. The Duck Commander uses a 3 inch and seems to not have a problem. They are not giving up the SBEII so if you want 3.5 there you go for a little more money. It looks like they fixed the issues with the pad being too smooth and the chevron rubber pieces cracking like mine did. I think with them making the last che
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