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Palmer421

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About Palmer421

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  1. Well, I definitely love my M2. It performed perfectly and was a lot of fun. I can't wait to go back and shoot it some more.
  2. I posted the same question in the Benelli forum as well and got a really good response--Thanks Kevin. So no one repeats the effort, the same thread title is in that forum (Sorry, I couldn't post the link because I'm too new).
  3. Thanks! I really appreciate the help, now I feel a lot better about my re-assembly job. Well now, it's off to the range! Thanks again, Andrew
  4. Hello. I just bought a new tactical M2 (my first shotgun) and had a few questions. 1) My M2 came with I, III, IIII notched chokes. Can someone please define each for a new shotgun owner? Also if I shoot slugs, is there a particular one for that/not for that? 2) I took my M2 apart to learn how it works and how it should look before I shoot it and noticed the firing pin needs to be pushed up into the bolt assembly in order to expose itself through the head to strike the shell. Is that normal, or have I assembled something incorrectly? It seems that the pin strikes the shell with it's i
  5. Hello. I just bought a new tactical M2 (my first shotgun) and had a couple of questions. 1) My M2 came with I, III, IIII notched chokes. Can someone please define each for a new shotgun owner? Also if I shoot slugs, is there a particular one for that/not for that? 2) I took my M2 apart to learn how it works and how it should look before I shoot it and noticed the firing pin needs to be pushed up into the bolt assembly in order to expose itself through the head to strike the shell. Is that normal, or have I assembled something incorrectly? It seems that the pin strikes the shell
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