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M2Slugger

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About M2Slugger

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  • Birthday 05/26/1961

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    M2 Field APG HD & Slug
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    Minnesota
  • Interests
    Hunt, Fish, Outdoors
  1. The hardest part I had in mounting my scope was getting the little plastic plugs out of the scope base mounting holes on the receiver. The best way to get them out is with a phillips screwdriver. I don't know the sizes, but it is the one you would use on little electronics screws (just smaller than the diameter of the receiver hole). Center the screwdriver head in the plug and tap the screwdriver handle with a small hammer until it sinks into the plug far enough to be able to unscrew it. You should be able to simply unscrew the plugs (counter-clockwise). Don't use a crappy screwdriv
  2. Welcome to the land of 10,000 taxes... You should be able to find some friend's there in the South Metro that could point you in the right direction. I'm not big on MN duck's & geese since the flyway has seemed to slide farther West over the years, but the prairie pothole region still holds local birds and will take in the fly-by's when the weather is right. If it's not, then take to the upland and shoot some rooster's . If it's too late for you to hook up with someone this year, let me know and I can put you in touch with an awesome guide for Southeast, ND waterfowl, and SD
  3. Welcome to the land of 10,000 taxes... You should be able to find some friend's there in the South Metro that could point you in the right direction. I'm not big on MN duck's & geese since the flyway has seemed to slide farther West over the years, but the prairie pothole region still holds local birds and will take in the fly-by's when the weather is right. If it's not, then take to the upland and shoot some rooster's . If it's too late for you to hook up with someone this year, let me know and I can put you in touch with an awesome guide for Southeast, ND waterfowl, and SD
  4. Good for you benelli boy!!! What do you have on top of that M2 for optics??? I might have to sneak a purchase of some of them Partition Gold's under the radar (the Mrs.). Pathetic huh?
  5. I shoot Remington 2-3/4" Core-Lokt Ultra's through my M2 Slug Gun & with 2x7 Nikon (3.5"gp @ 100yd) The new Remington Core-Lokt Tipped Sabot grouped just slightly better (3" group), so I stuck with the non-tipped slug because it carriers considerably more energy than this one. I've been wanting to try the Winchester Partition Gold's and the Hornady SST's, but I like to stick with what has worked for me, and am flat broke for a while after buying all my ammo, MN licenses, and stamps & booking my SD Pheasant trips. If you try these out, please let me know how they shoot th
  6. Hey Duggan, Looks like you must have faked a sick day and stayed home from school today so you could continue to spew on this thread. I can just see you sitting there at your computer in your tightey whitey's munchin on your second bowl of Lucky Charm's. Look back and see who started getting personal first. I wish I knew how to start a poll in a thread to see how many people would vote for you to go away. I'm sure I've wasted other peoples time in responding to you, and to them I am sorry, but at this point I'm finding it pretty damn fun and am not sorry to let you know that I d
  7. There is some good info on the thread by TW Houston "Rifled Choke Tube". Maybe you can find out how things turned out for him with is SN???
  8. I bought the M2 Slug Gun in APG HD at a retail store that starts with "C" and ends with "S" for $1,230 last fall. Then I bought the 26" bird barrel for $500 (including shipping) through a phone order only company given me by an authorized dealer recommended by Benelli customer service. The bird barrel fits up just fine (no new fore end stock needed). I'll be hitting the uplands of MN & SD soon for Pheasant and Grouse . The only thing I've bought since was a handful of the little plastic plugs for the optics mount holes on the receiver ($3 from our local gunsmith).
  9. Sorry to stray again Niko... (I just couldn't help myself). Thanks for the PM. Good points Novaking. I remember experimenting with my 870 WM trying to find the best slug combo. First in the smoothbore and then the rifled barrel (OUCH). I saw some positive comments on Foster slugs while searching the web. I've never used a rifled choke and the reviews seemed mixed, but who knows? If your shooting well like Novaking suggested and still don't group well you might want to try one. Also don't be afraid to ask the guy's from the sportsman's club what has worked for them.
  10. So much for keeping it short... Let me show you how that works... Step 1: STFU = shut the **** up. Step 2: Log off the computer. Step 3: Go downstairs and tell your Mom you don't think your med's are working for you anymore.
  11. I've never seen this stuff (where do you get it)...
  12. M2Slugger

    benelli/pic

    WOW... What an arsenal. I want you on my side!
  13. Good luck Niko... I'm sorry if I got some controversy going on your thread, but it appears that there will always be someone out there that thinks that they're an expert based on how many posts they have put up, or how many rounds they put through their gun. I like shooting and I LOVE hunting. Duggan, you say you don't hunt. Then don't try to offer any advice on hunting. Are you not the same person that ripped the originator of this post (on another thread) about how he should go out and spend 5x as much on his optics. Now you are telling us hunters that it's laughable to spend $15
  14. Wow... Quality AND Quanity I know a guy that bought two gallon's once JK Seriously though CLP is good stuff... I used it in the Army and now. We used to put thousands of blank rounds through our M-16's in basic trng. with blank adapters stuffed in the muzzle. CLP cut through the caked on carbon with ease.
  15. Keep trying Niko... You sound like a good ethical hunter that wants to make a clean kill. I would find out the answer to the choke question, and then keep trying different slugs. The smoothbore slug barrel I have on my daughters 1100 Rem 20ga shoots copper solid sabots better than any rifled slug (out to about 60yds). In response to Duggan: Have you ever tried shooting sabots through a smoothbore??? Based on your post history it sounds like your shooting experience is more about quantity of shots fired rather than quality. Why reply to a post if you don't have anything good to
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