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s.c.native

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About s.c.native

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  1. And ... Brownells does not apparently carry the Benelli carrier latch spring.
  2. And yes I've heard of Beretta jams.
  3. Thanks. I'm going to replace that carrier latch and spring and see if it helps.
  4. Thanks for the reply. I bought the gun two and a half years ago in unfired condition. Serial # M543178. When I first bought it, I cycled about 100 rounds of target loads in my backyard shooting skeet. No issues. Last duck season I fired around 100 rounds of a mixed bag of steel shot, and the problem occurred a few times. This season I fired around 100 rounds of primarily Kent faststeel 3 inch #4 and it jammed 5-10 times. So it works properly 90 – 95% of the time but jammed of course in crucial moments. I love the gun and want to remedy the issue. I thought of replacing the carrier latch. I notice that when I press the carrier button to re-engage the carrier latch with the cartridge drop lever, there is a point of resistance there that seems like shouldn’t be there. In other words, there is a point between disengaged and engaged when I slowly press the carrier button where the carrier latch will bind with the cartridge drop lever and just rest there while I take my hand of the button. It will easily go into the engaged position if I put my hand back on and press further on the carrier button. Is this slight binding normal? It seems like the carrier latch should travel a smoother journey from disengaged to engaged. Maybe it’s just enough binding at just the wrong time that allows this second shell to be allowed into the carrier? I value anyone’s thoughts on this and the next question is: Where is the best place to purchase the redesigned M2 carrier latch and spring and also the right sized punch to do the trick? Thanks … SJ
  5. I use my M1 for duck hunting. It jams up on me at times. Scenario: Using 3 shells, I fire the first one, it ejects it correctly and then it apparently feeds the remaining two shells into the carrier, one on top of the other, and it jams with the breech open, unable to chamber the top shell. Anyone ever heard of this? Please help.
  6. I use my M1 for duck hunting. It jams up on me at times. Scenario: Using 3 shells, I fire the first one, it ejects it correctly and then it apparently feeds the remaining two shells into the carrier, one on top of the other, and it jams with the breech open, unable to chamber the top shell. Anyone ever heard of this? Please help.
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