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About Lt3097

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  1. Can anyone point me to a contact at Benelli so I can order a collapsible stock for my M4 ?
  2. Maybe you should go back and look at your sent emails then, because YOU contacted me via PM and offered to sell it to me for $600.00. You even directed me specifically to the Big Game board. Good luck with your uh-hem...sale. Thank you Sir.
  3. Thanks for the reply, but there is no way I'd pay $600.00 for a black barrel that has been cut down, when I can get an OEM camo barrel from Benelli with both sights included for $560.00. I'd give you $450.00 for just the barrel and that is against my better judgement.
  4. Lt3097

    M3 or the M4

    Now I only have one, the M4. Personal choice. Which ever you prefer and are the most proficient with should be your determining factor. The M4 is tuff to beat at any rate.
  5. Anybody got a line on these ? Price ? I would like to pick one up before deer season.
  6. Yeah, for some reason Benelli made some minor changes to the 18.5" barrel. My M4 is the LE model and when they made the barrel changes they were supposed to update the foreends as well. Some got out of the retail locations without the updated forends and if you call CS and give them your serial number they can tell if the retailer did or did not receive the updated forends. George said that it looked like my serial number range was supposed to have been changed out. When I told him what it was doing, he said the retailer must not have called about the update so it didn't get corrected. Anyway,
  7. I just dropped an email to Customer Service. I was having a problem getting the forend of my Benelli M4 to come together and I called Benelli and spoke with George Thompson of your C.S. Dept. George was a great help and gave me some insight into the problem He also took my information down and is sending me the correct forearm part for my gun. Keep up the great work guys. This just confirms with me that I did the right thing when I bought my Benelli SBE II and my Benelli M4. Cudo's to all.
  8. Time for homework Jr.......You better do a little research on your last comment. The .22cal bullet is one of the most deadly rounds in the history of firearms.
  9. Boy, that is a question that may never be answered. Like everyone else, I can only offer an opinion. One of the other posters probably hit the nail on the head. No experience dealing with a real world situation such as this. Think about this if you have kids, and I have three, one in college and two in high school. What would your kids have done ? I know for a fact that my children have an edge over some kids the same age because their father is a police officer. They have been with me at times in my marked police unit when I have been obligated to take police action. WE have rehearsed what to
  10. Do you think Briley could drill and tap a spare Crio barrel for a scope mount ? What is their contact info ?
  11. Listed on Auction Arms.
  12. I purchased both the SBE II and the Beretta Extrema II within the last six months. I love them both. The Beretta came with the kickoff system and it makes shooting those 3.5" monster shells a tad bit easier to handle. If I were forced to pick only one right now, it would be tough to do. Since this is the Benelli forum, I'd probably say I like the Benelli more. They have a different feel. The Benelli being more like a sleek race horse and the Beretta being more like a quarter horse. Like others have said. If you read the manual and do what they tell you to do, to condition the weapon, you shoul
  13. M1014, I'll settle for just the barrel right now. I already have the $200.00 tax stamp. Just need to do the paperwork and fork over another $5.00 to ATF......
  14. No bruising, just a little sore from all the pounding between the SBEII and the M4. I was shooting the lowest price Winchester and Remington 3.5 magnum shells I could find at Outdoor World. I think they were 2 and 4 shot mixed in with some Turkey laods. Point well taken about the turkey. I have never been, so this year(end of the month), will be my first trip. I guess I better rethink my strategy. That 3.5 seems like sound advise to me.
  15. Mudhen, Have you tested any of the new Remington 4 x 6 Turkey loads ?
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