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Dntama

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  1. Correct me if I am wrong but this restriction is only based on the restriction in funding for FY 2012. After that it may not apply. I dont know if this will need to be renewed yearly. Also you need to read the fine details for the restriction. Here is what I found with a google search. SEC. 541. None of the funds made available by this Act may be used to pay the salaries or expenses of personnel to deny, or fail to act on, an application for the importation of any model of shotgun if– (1) all other requirements of law with respect to the proposed importation are met; and (2) no application for the importation of such model of shotgun, in the same configuration, had been denied by the Attorney General prior to January 1, 2011, on the basis that the shotgun was not particularly suitable for or readily adaptable to sporting purposes it is my understanding that if a shotgun was denied importation prior to Jan 1, 2011 it will still not be allowed to imported now regardless of sporting status. So this probably means they cant ban a Saiga S12 or Benelli M4 as they have been previously approved. However, they will be only be able to be imported in the configuration that was previously approved. I dont think it means you can add whatever you want to those models and import freely as 922r still applies. The way around this would be to have new models approved with all the features already installed but I dont think this is going to happen.
  2. OK modify and play at you own risk. The regulations are confusing. Add as many non sporting features like threading the muzzle and adding a flash hider as you like. I personally would not take the risk. Like I said if you dont care or think 922r does not apply you can do what you like.
  3. Be careful with this. It probably isnt 922r compliant. This is the same reason you should not use this stock on a super nova without swapping parts for USA parts. Currently there are not enough USA parts to use on a super nova to make it 922r compliant with this stock. If you dont care you can disregard this advice.
  4. The rails will work. However, they will not co-wittness with the ghost ring sights if that is what you need.
  5. The Burris speed bead will not work on the Benelli Nova as it has a one piece stock/receiver combination. I was able to fit the speed bead to a pistol grip rifle stock on the Super Nova but it had to be fitted. This involved grinding the stock.
  6. I have the supernova version. Works well in bright sun. It does not work well in cloudy conditions. The fiber optic is also fragile.
  7. In that case why not just design a stock to fit the rod. It already has notches on it for the Benelli tele stock. In fact why not just by the telestock from Benelli ?
  8. It would be great to have a US made telestock. However, even with a US stock it wont be 922r compliant. How will you get around that ? As soon as you put on a non sporting feature 922r applies. From what I understand it does not matter if it is a pump vs. semi-auto for 922r compliance. You might want to clear this with the BATF before putting a lot of money into this project.
  9. You have to pull and twist a bit to get it off. It is held in by ridges on the inside of the stock.
  10. Even if you had a USA made collapsible stock (which does not exist) you still can't get around 922r by itself. You still need more US parts.
  11. Dntama

    MR1 Sale

    I would get one if you could easily add a pistol grip telescoping stock and flash hider.
  12. It does not work well shooting off the Left shoulder.
  13. I have one for the supernova. It is not as bright as I thought it would be.
  14. Dntama

    Supernova Cstock

    Ratworx has them. I decided not to pursue this due to 922r issues.
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