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  1. Magpul slings are ok, but I like these for simplicity and weight: http://www.spectergear.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=SG-1126 or http://www.spectergear.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=970
  2. I like the KZ version. It is just a larger version of the factory knob. Have abused it in a few classes and it runs fine. https://www.botach.com/kz-benelli-m4-ergonomic-3x-oversized-charging-handle/
  3. Just use what the gun came with. You will be fine. I have a M4 I have been shooting for 11 years with untold amounts of slugs with no problem.
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    Rethinking my HD Ammo

    I like the Federal LE loads. You really cant go wrong with them. Some M4s may have issues with the low recoil loads though (in my experience). I really like the LEB127LRS low recoil slugs. Some people load the gun with buckshot and keep a few slugs on a side saddle. YMMV.
  5. I will just continue to shoot it . . . didn't mean to hijack your thread glad yours is gtg
  6. I use lots of lube FP-10 or the stuff Benelli ships the guns with.
  7. Yes. But I am 220lbs and this is my 5th M4. Some need lots of break in. Some don't. I haven't put alot of rounds through it so far. However it has mostly been slugs and buckshot.
  8. I have the same gun. Except mine won't reliably eject Fiocchi or Federal LE low recoil buckshot.
  9. Great post. A broken piston is easy to replace. I assume you could still rack the bolt manually to get the gun to work. I have often thought about firing an M4 without the pistons to see what would happen but I've never gotten around to it . . .
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    Unifluid MF-82

    I like the stuff! It is great for break in. I think someone here posted that the EPA doesn't like it and Benelli can't officially import it? Guess sliding it the box with the firearm is a work around . . .
  11. Just an update. I installed the TTI reduced power trigger spring. I would say it lessened the pull by a pound, maybe 1.5lbs. There is a little creep now but I don't mind as it lets you know what is happening. The spring didn't like to stay in the pocket like the factory one or the Wolff ones during installation. A dab of grease was used to hold it in place. Also, I didn't pay enough attention to the trigger pin and it walked out far enough to let the shell release lever spring (which requires 3 hands to reinstall) fly across the room. Take this with a grain of salt. This is just an example of one. I think it was worth it for $7.99. The trigger has gone from atrocious to merely bad. Who knows how these parts would work in a trigger pack that wasn't so bad from the beginning. I will update again once I put some more rounds through it.
  12. Thanks. I may just get their trigger spring and see what happens. Barring that, I guess I will just have to put some rounds through it to see if it improves.
  13. Just as the title says . . . I have an M4 with a horrible trigger pull. No creep but extremely heavy. So I installed the FFT/Wolff spring pack. No change. Ok, the break is a tad better. Was I expecting too much? I thought it was good for a 2lb reduction. Several years ago I installed an FFT hammer in another M4 for 922r and it did lighten things up. I suppose I have to go that route again? FFT no longer sells them separate though. Not sure I want to drop another $200 on their hammer/trigger bundle. Any thoughts? I may try the TTI trigger spring . . . TIA
  14. Great thread. I just got an M4 sbs out of NFA jail. It has the plastic triggerguard/assembly. I wanted to swap out the collapsible stock for a pistol grip stock (I hate the cs cheekpiece). What a pain. The plastic trigger group would not fit into the receiver fully (pin wouldn't sit flush against receiver all the way) with the pg stock. I had to lightly sand the pg and and parts of the plastic triggerguard (rear half moon tab) to get everything to seat rearward in the receiver properly. Anyone else have this issue? Other than that, it seems durable enough what with all of the manhandling I put it through. I wonder if the aftermarket will come up with a metal solution . . . edited: Also, I have owned 5 M4s. This one has by far the worst trigger of any M4 or long gun for that matter that I have seen. No creep but I kid you not probably a 12 lb pull. I have a Wolff spring kit on the way. Fingers crossed.
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