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No F-Bdy Bs

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  1. I know a few people have been looking for a M2 field. I sold one of my M4s this week, and decided to pick up a M2 to replace it with. Got my FFL guy (a benelli dealer) to order me one, and he said that there are about 20 avalible. Just a FYI
  2. I think that so many shooters get hung up on "MUST HAVE PISTOL GRIP!, OMG, its a Tacticool Shotgun!!" Without ever having taken one single tactical shotgun course, or shooting in a 3-gun match. A PG stock feels GREAT!,,,,,,,,,,,,,in your living room. Though, look at the worlds top 3-gun and tactical shooters. Nearly all of them run field stocks, and there is a reason for that. A PG stock was invented for one purpose. To keep your shotgun aimed in the threat direction while you used you other hand for something else, like opening a door. Thats it. It evolved into turkey guns. U
  3. Anyone swapped out the Ghost Ring setup on your M4? While great if im shooting slugs at 100yds, its a really slow setup for 3-gun shooting. Id like to change it out for something as simple as a fiber stick, or perhaps, a XS setup. Anyone else done this??
  4. Lol, you dont want to pay what Id ask. The last 2 I saw go went like this. Guy traded even up, his collapsable Tele-stock, for the field one the other sold his for $400.
  5. Good luck finding a source for a field stock. 3-gunners sucked the supply dry about 2 years ago, and from what I understand, they are no longer being made. I got mine about 2 years ago from Acmesports.com. However, they seem to have gone belly up. You will have a better chance finding a Tele-stock for $100. The standard PG stocks are dime a dozen. People always think that PG stocks are the way to go, until you actually use them in real world shooting. Look at the worlds top 3-gunners, nearly all field stocks.
  6. You are quite right, sir. I copied and pasted the ad from when I was selling my other M4......... 3 years ago. Anyhow, thanks, price has been updated to $1200
  7. EDIT: Price update, sorry for the confusion. I have a very nice Benelli M4 with the M4 LE markings that I am wanting to sell or trade. . My benelli has about 700rds through it, and has a small scuff marks, but nothing that wont wipe off. I have used it in a few local 3-gun matches. It has the full length mag tube, the field stock, and a Gear Sector sling.Also has the factory Benelli choke system, and comes with a Modified choke. It originally came with the factory collapsable PG stock, but I have since sold it. I repeat, it does NOT come with the collapsable stock, but will
  8. It does include a longer spring. However, bear in mind, that your the M4 only uses 1 spring, regardless of mag tube length. That in mind, the spring that is currently in your M4 will work fine with the extension. I have been running the stock spring with my DMW tube and it cycles fine.
  9. I cant see a need for anything past the factory setup. Actually, id be content with a bead.
  10. The price is fair. There are people that have sold just the stock and have nearly paid for the entire gun invenstment. A M4 with a col stock is one of the hottest guns on the planet right now.
  11. What would you like to see for the M4 that would assist in getting your M4 in the good with 922r?? I was one of the lucky few to grow up with a father that owned 2 machine shops,also, my father is a very skilled, old school, Tool & Die maker. He has since retired, and sold both of his shops. However, we have a 1800sq ft shop between us. It is set up with the usual. Mills, grinders, lathes, ect, and all the support equp to back them up. I have moderate skill as regards to the trade, but ZERO creative sense. Between the both of us, we stay pretty busy with all our pers
  12. LOL, I just responded to the other post. It really has me stumped as I have replaced 2 col stocks with field stocks on M4s. I cant imagine what the problem is. If he was able to remove one stock, putthing the other on should not have been an issue. Not sure where else to go with this one. Obviously, it IS a M4 field stock, but ALL M4s, regardless of model, should be able to accept the field stock. Righty tighty, lefty loosey?
  13. I dont know what to tell you. Instaling the field stock is the exact opposite of removal of the other stock. If it does not go on that easy, id be willing to bet that its is NOT a M4 stock.
  14. Perhaps, at this point im only willing to do a FTF deal. Maybe in a week, if I havent located a trade+cash deal, Ill consider an outright sale and ship to your FFL. For now, I really want to locate a M2 before I let this one go, as its my main 3-gun shotgun, and I am NOT going back to a pump in the meantime.
  15. I have 2 M4s, which is 1 more than I need. I am looking for something that is a tad more 3-gun friendly and I would like to trade this one for a M2 field. Preferably with the 21in BBL and as few mods as possible. would like one with the 21in bbl, but will consider an 18in model if the deal is right. Sight configuration is not important. Here is my M4. It is a 11707 model. It has the Benelli supplied Modified Choke and a Daves Metal works full length tube.It also includes a Gear Sector Sling. It has about 500 rounds through it, and has been used in a few local 3-gun matches. It has a fe
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