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Posts posted by sneakerfreak602

  1. Aimpoint T1 hands down if you've got the money.

    Eotech transverse would also be a great choice.


    Realize the optic needs to be compatible with your cheek weld ... if you use a full length non collapsible stock you'll need the optic as low as possible, if you use a collapsed stock it needs to be higher, etc.

    +1 type of stock will determine mount and best optic.

  2. I think Tucker301 makes some pretty good points. When ordering a gun from a dealer who does not have it in stock there should be a clear deadline for delivery or refund. Also are they a dealer who normally stocks Benelli shotguns because they would be a priorty order over a non stocking dealer. I would recommend you approach the gunstore about what options ie refund or lose deposit to try and put some pressure on them. If you can get your money back try an online service such as Gunbroker.com and use a dealer who has one in stock with good feedback.



    Corbon try your local Cabela's for in stock Benelli shotguns if you have one in your area.

  3. benelli must be paying their marketing team time and one half for this one. Can't see any practical home defense benefits of the Vinci versus and M4. just my 2 cents but I'm sure it will be in demand

  4. Thats quite alot. I have seen new M3's for about 1100 to 1200 in store. Due to M3t being a folding stock maybe a 200-300 premium over a regular M3. Just keep in mind a new M4 is 1399 at Cabelas. A ftf is face to face transaction meaning where are u located?

  5. Depends on condition. I would post us some pics. I dont believe there is really much of a market for M3T with the M4 being available. Depending on where you are located I might be interested in a ftf transaction. What are you looking to get for it?

  6. thanks - the snap ring pliers were key - spring was tougher to control than i thought, but at least i know now - swapped it out and loaded 7 shells - last one required a little extra force but it went - now i have an excuse to hit the range this weekend! :D


    Awesome. Enjoy the M4.

  7. All you have to dos is remove the dummy stock ext use a pair of snap pliers to remove the spring stop. Be careful not to bend the spring. Screw on new plus 2 ext replace spring in tube then put spring stop in at end of new extension. Hope this helps.

  8. I am not fan when the oils absorb into the foam so I will look at the closed cell foam. I thought about getting the convultated egg type foam becauese I frequently change my stocks. Will that foam obsorb oil worse than the closed cell foam? It wasnt too hard to cut? Thanks again.

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