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twowheelhooligan

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About twowheelhooligan

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  • Birthday 07/09/1972

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  1. Have you moved the bolt release out of the way? I slide in the rear of the trigger group up by the stock. Swing(rotate) the trigger group upward until the carrier contacts the bolt release. Then you need to press in on bolt release to get it out of the way for the carrier to fit inside receiver. (**NOT** Being a smart ass!!)) 1) breath! 2) slow down 3) look at how it all works. 4) as much as it pains us guys sometimes, read directions. Best of luck! 2-wheel
  2. Shoot it more and it'll fill with carbon, then 1) you'll never notice it that much 2) You're having more fun than staring at that scratch (what scratch?) 3) You'll be practicing vs asking questions on the internet! Nah, I know it'd bug me too, but you didn't hurt anything by looks of it! Enjoy the M4! 2-wheel
  3. couple more photos [ATTACH=CONFIG]1259[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]1260[/ATTACH]
  4. For your consideration I have a Mesa Tactical 6-shell holder for 12ga that fits the Benelli M4. $65 obo -shipped to CONUS This is in good condition, no dings or gouges. If you have questions, let me know. I'll try to check my message in a.m. and p.m. thanks for looking. 2-wheel [ATTACH=CONFIG]1257[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]1258[/ATTACH]
  5. Being an intro shotty, I agree with Montefeltro. Could also go M2. I really like the Cordoba and Supersport, but those are big $$ that would be better served with practice and ammo. I believe the Monte and M2 have youth-stocked models. I would STRONGLY recommend at least shouldering the shottys at a store to shee what she is more comfortable with. I believe that youth models only come with 24" barrel though?? (memory here, so forgive me if I'm wrong.) 26 or more would be nicer for trap to be sure. Best of luck! It is an awesome sport(shotgunning in general.) 2-wheel
  6. That's just sickly friggin' awesome!!! Nice work! I would install a tactical spork as a bayonet on the front! Nicely done!! 2-wheel
  7. ^^+1 I have a SuperSport and I absolutely love it. I liked he techie look of it, and that it's kind of like my sport-bike, but in a shotty. I have a hard time choosing if I take the O/U or the SS to skeet shooting. (sigh!) 2-wheel
  8. make sure the "link" or the rear extension of the bolt-group, is secured into the receiver extension(recoil tube) and that when you're pulling back on the bolt-group, it has the ability to move rearward. LOCK the bolt to the rear and then carefully replace barrel. sometimes you jar the receiver abrutly the bolt comes flying forward. insert barrel full, fasten down with cap at magazine tube end, voila, you're done! Hope it helps! 2-wheel
  9. Here's the link. Actually a good read. There is *NOT* a lot about the BM4 trigger specifically, but it's still a good read! http://zmarter.com/guns-peaple/interview-with-bill-geissele-of-geissele-automatics.html
  10. http://www.benelliusa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22562&highlight=benelli+nova http://www.benelliusa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=24964&highlight=nova http://www.benelliusa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=24300&highlight=nova http://www.benelliusa.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20612&highlight=nova NOt the first time I've heard of it. Call Benelli CS if it persists is all I can say. It's been hit or miss as far as how long you'll be sans shotty though! Best of luck! 2-wheel
  11. You speak of "invisible" for your next paint/finish on the M4. Here's a thread from another forum for some "invisible" ideas. http://www.snipershide.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=2427241#Post2427241 Here's one of some Krylon jobs. Granted, some people took extra time & effort, but if you're not made of money, it IS an option. http://www.snipershide.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=1291164#Post1291164 As for your wife getting upset. .. I don't know her at all. My wife, . . . she's gotten me some kick-ass stuff in the past. I explain to her why I want to trade/adjust/modify something, and she's cool with it. I'm hoping yours will understand as well. Best of luck. Post pics when you're done though! 2-wheel
  12. If you're thinking pretty seriously about having it re-done, and you say the tan kind of "glows-in-the-dark" then I'd consider trying an inexpensive first route. . . . KRYLON paint. Make sure you degrease the shotty first, then spray some areas over the tan to darken it a bit. Worst case scenario, it's just paint that'll get take off at a coater of your choice later(Cerakote, Duracoat, hydro-dipping, etc.) IF you like it. . WO HOOO, better than the savings of switching to Geico!! There was a guy that posted on here about 3-4months ago that had done some kick-ass coatings on many kinds of firearms, but forget his name. . . dangit!! Anyway, my $.01 worth for ya! 2-wheel
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