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  1. Yup Thats's the one....good idea....didn't think of that. I dug though my AR stuff, but no barrel clamp but easy enough to get coming. Thanks for a good idea regards Paul
  2. I am trying to figure out what will work to make a front sling plate for the SBEII I ordered a 870 front sling plate, to see if I can adapt it but ...it's not in yet. I added the forend cap replacement weight which balanced out the gun, but I do use a sling so I wondered, have any of you or do you know who has come up with a under the forend cap sling plate ? thanks Paul
  3. If you would like a left hand Super Black Eagle II in left hand, give me a call at 208 237 9788 Need to catch up medical bills This is a new gun...never been in the field $980.00 firm plus shipping. thanks Paul Idaho
  4. How do you removed the full length magazine tube, from the M-1 Super 90 entry model (older H&K but same model) ...it looks like it is threaded on to a short portion of tube near the receiver. I need to change out the mag tube spring, but am not sure just how to go about it's removal. Pointers would be helpful. thanks Paul
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    Sbeii recoil reducer

    Thanks Matt On order..... Paul
  6. Will the Benelli brand buttstock mercury recoil reducer for the Super Black Eagle synthetic model, also fit the Super Black Eagle II ? Guessing it will, but not sure. thanks Paul
  7. Ok I like my Benelli's better than most, having 6 Novas, 2 super 90's a super black eagle etc etc. BUT You might just consider something like the 590A1 : mossberg:http://www.rrarms.com/catalog.php?prod=G51411 for $388.00 or http://www.rrarms.com/catalog.php?prod=G51660 for $434.00 Both very good models for what your talking or Just get a good Remington 870 version you like After (of course) you get all the Benelli's you want. regards Paul
  8. Quit wasting you time / money looking for a barrel....to expensive anyway. You can pretty much buy A complete gun, for the price of the barrel...! Just have one of your FFL buddies order you the Remington Home defense model 870. Beats the heck out of paying all that money, just for the barrel.....and....you have another shotgun .....isn't that wonderful ?!? Only here to help...... Besides ....you really CAN'T have to many shotguns Paul
  9. Mine shoots 3 dram 1200 fps 1 1/8 oz very well, no bobbles, low base loads. And the patterns with what it likes are superb. Nary a problem with low brass as per above. Paul
  10. Eleven shotguns.... Paul
  11. Try this link for your super 90 manual as a pdf : http://www.benelliusa.com/customer-service/manuals.tpl Tom Kapp has a closeout sale on Benelli magazine extensions see link below: http://www.tomknapp.net/store/home.php?cat=35 Disassembly is covered in the pdf manual Lube the friction points of moving parts...normal shotgun stuff. Benelli recoil reducers are available ... do a google search....but the do add some weight. I have a couple of the M1 Super 90's good guns reliable just as they come with normal cleaning and maintenance. I would tell your relat
  12. I haven't noticed this type of problem with the Nova's so, it appears that it may be specific to some of the Super Nova's ? So, the bolt falls out of battery on it own...? Not good. Please update us on when one of you learn what Benelli does to remedy or if you can, what action is taken to correct the problem. thanks Paul
  13. scotmak The Nova or Super Nova is a very good choice for deer hunting with slugs. The interior quality of the Benelli barrel is better and easier to clean up after shooting slugs than most other manufacturers barrels. This is no doubt, due to the industrial hard chrome and smooth finish inside the barrel. The Nova and Super Nova are very accurate with slugs that the gun likes and I would expect that you should have no trouble taking deer out to ranges of 75 or 80 yards with ammunition that the gun likes. You will have to do some testing and shooting to see what you and the gu
  14. Nikolai I think his question was does anyone know how to make it quiet not who cares if it's quiet. regards Paul
  15. I am in Idaho, but I did find the exact model you are wanting (and which I bought myself) at Sportsmans Warehouse. You might google them up and give them a call....they have always had good prices on the Benelli's I think if you do some internet searching of the main Benelli dealers, you can find one. good luck Paul
  16. I don't know if you guys saw Bauschieri and Pellagri's sale (B&P shot shells,) 3 1/2 inch nickel Turkey loads 2 1/4 oz Till January 4th they have 10% off and free shipping. It's their Extra Magnum 63 and it has a nickel plated shot size that is just under our #5 (about 4.5 shot size) 385 nickel plated pellets I got mine in today and patterned it, ....this stuff shoots ! Anyway, till I tested it, I wasn't going to post on it, but this is some good Turkey ammo, at a good price. Just thought to let you know. Their web site is http://www.bandpusa.com
  17. You could contact one of the reputable choke tube installers and for a nominal fee, have the barrel fit for a choke. That you could use the choke you ordered and have the bbl threaded for it, is something you would have to ask. Probably send the choke with the barrel. They will tell you if you can use that choke. Most seem to supply chokes with their installation job. You might contact someone like MGW mid west gun works or some similar ... you can google up MGW. about the machining and installation. There are a number of companies offering the service......just do a google
  18. Some additional notes.....00 buck is not the end all to good patterns so.... Do test some of the 000 loadings. Test a box or so of the 000 offerings in the 3" 000 like the Winchester Supreme or some such. Or, the Federal 3" 00 with flite control for increased pellet count 000 does sometimes shoot tighter. and of course hits plenty hard for whatever, hunting etc. Paul
  19. Buckshot. I buy and test huge quantities of buckshot across a battery of shotguns ..Benelli, Remington, some Winchester, Mossberg mainly. It kinda my thing.....or, one of my things anyway... Best long range tightest patterns... Federal FliteControl buckshot ammo...use cylinder, skeet or improved choke, no tighter needed, and you don't need ported choke tubes Second best, tightest long range patterns... nickel plated buckshot loadings Fiocchi 9 pellet full power is good. test any available nickel plated loadings. Remington is ok, when you can find it. Less shot
  20. In my smooth bores I pretty much stay with traditional Brenneke slug ammo. Reliable, accurate, and can provide quartering shot success where some of the softer slugs can fail. You can find KO slugs, gold slugs, green slugs, all from Brenneke and they even have one standard design Brenneke (not the sabot) for rifled. They do a a good rifled sabot slug round too. You get a full patch would channel from the std Brenneke slug and deep penetration. You can learn some at the www.brennekeusa.com web site, or check the shotgun forums for additional. Paul
  21. Your welcome Actually, it's two small strip (not very big, on each side that comes along the barrel/mag tube lug. I was surprised that it has stayed in place over 50 shots but, my original intent was as is your case, to quiet the forend for Turkey hunting and it has served the purpose. I don't know that Benelli just didn't consider this important but for Turkey hunting and coyote etc., I think it is....at least to the extent that I wanted to see if I could quiet the forend down with a little bit of velcro. I just don't like putting out sounds that should not be out there when hunti
  22. I just put two small pieces of sticky back velcro inside the forend front (that comes along side the barrel to mag tube lug) and at one point in the rear, just inside the forend itself. It stays put, and when the forend is racked forward, it's quiet, no rattle. Seems to stay in place well and it's quiet. Hard to decribe but it works well. Paul
  23. Thanks guys I will re thread the original clamp, and order the clamp from the web site.....much nicer clamp. regards Paul
  24. Who knows where I can buy another barrel clamp for the extended mag tube version of the m1 super 90. Mine gave up the ghost. thanks Paul
  25. I used to have one of the Ithica 10 ga roadblocker shotguns. Thing was a beast, with the 3 1/2 inch 00 buck loads. Don't have it anymore, but wish I still did....just for the heck of it. In a word, brutal......ya, I would stop at that roadblock.... Paul
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