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cootcommander

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  1. I just want to buy another gun. I have the others lol.
  2. Has anybody heard if there are gonna be any new Benelli's unveiled at the Shot Show? I heard rumor bout a 20ga Vinci. Would be nice to see a SBE3.
  3. Sounds like they may not be selling as expected. Macks already had the cheapest price on them. Makes you wonder. I am with Tuck on this one BC and HV. The BC's pattern so good in my gun.
  4. I posted a pic of my pattern on SBE2 ammo thread. Take a look
  5. I would pattern the gun and see where it shoots and then I would use the shims to adjust. I like the trigger job idea but I would not port the barrel. The ports make the gun loud in the blind and are a pain to clean. Hope this helps.
  6. Yes I shoot a SBE2. I had similar results with this same choke and BB's. Also make sure you shoot a big piece of paper(4x6) so you can tell where the pattern is. I once had a SBE1 that shot so high I thought the pattern was poor but really it just wasn't on the paper. My SBE2 shoot high as well. I switched to the "c" and it's fixed it. Hope this helps.
  7. Here is a pic of my pattern with Black Cloud #2 3.5" at 40 yds with a Briley standard extended non ported choke. I tried all the BC chokes from Briley and Carlson as well as about 10 different other chokes and constrictions, but the Briley LM did the best. 30 inch circle by the way
  8. I had the same question when I bought my SS. I liked the Legacy also, but when I shouldered it, it did not feel as good as the SS.
  9. IC for me too. Late in the year I might swap to the LM Briley, but in most cases 7.5's and an IC will do the trick.
  10. I have no problems with 1oz loads at 1200fps or greater. SS, M2, SBE, and SBE2 all cycled these loads fine.
  11. Put the limbsaver pad on and get the Briley 6oz cap. Helped my bigtime.
  12. Try the small fuzzy pipe cleaners you can get at the hardware store. I love my SS but I hate to clean those ports.
  13. Mine has not as of yet, but I only have about 2000 rounds thru it. I would say it is pretty normal. Anytime you have parts sliding(fricition) across one another overtime something has to give. Just as long as it doesn't come off the outside.
  14. Not to mention them 3.5" Black Clouds will kick your teeth out.lol
  15. I have taken them apart. There is also a chart on duckhuntingchat.com in the reloading section that has a chart. #2 steel shot in 1 1/4 oz which is what the 3" shell is has approx 155 pellets. 1 1/2 oz (3 1/2" shell) has approx 186.
  16. Here is a photo of the 3.5" BC #2 using the Briley LM(non ported) at 40 yds. I have my gun set up to shoot about 60/40.
  17. Actually there are about 30 more pellets plus or minus a few in a 3.5" BC compared to the 3". Distance wise they do shoot the same, but more pellets will allow you to shoot a slightly more open choke and acheive a better pattern. My gun actually patterned better with the LM than the Mod at 40 and 50 yds.
  18. I shoot the Black Cloud #2 3.5" with a Briley X2 Light Modified choke. I tried all the black cloud chokes and many modified chokes and the LM pattern was far better than the rest.
  19. If you are only going to shoot 3" shells for hunting I would get the Cordoba or the M2. I really like both of these guns. I shoot the SBE2 for duckhunting and the SS(same thing as Cordoba) for everything else.
  20. Randy S has the answer. Pretty common issue. I have a friend that sometimes will pull his bolt back slightly just to make sure he has one in the chamber, only to pull up a flock of ducks and click. The stiffer spring will cause it to slam closed.
  21. Stcok has never been installed. I got it for turkey season but never used it. 80 shipped.
  22. Recently bought SS and placed limbsaver pad on it before ever firing the gun. All my guns have the limbsaver pad on them so I wanted this one to be the same. This pad is brand new, perfect. 80 dollars shipped.
  23. The "B" shim is the stock shim. Also, be sure that you use the correct locking plate. It must match the shim. Hope this helps. I actually use the "C" myself, but only in the SBEII. All other Benelli's I have I use the "B" shim.
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