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  1. I am selling EVERYTHING you need to shoot "open class" 3 gun for your shotgun. I am selling a 27" M1 Super 90 that has pretty much every upgrade you could want to do to it for open class shotgun. The extra length is ideal since you want a 10+1 capacity in open (USPSA rule limitation). The barrel was ported by Briley. It comes with a Burris FastFire II/Speedbead system mounted and already sighted in for slug impacts at 100 yards. It has the Arredondo Loader assist installed as shown. I added grip tape to the Arredondo load assist as I like to hold the receiver on the pictured spot when using the tech loaders. The bolt release was drilled and tapped to take an arredondo large bolt release button. The front fore grip was replaced with an M2 fore grip (I like the way it looks and feels better). All the grips have been stippled as pictured. The lifter was welded by CRums so you don't get your thumb chewed if you need to load one "the traditional way" in the middle of a course of fire. The bolt has also been lightened as shown. I am INCLUDING SIX Techloaders with the Arredondo guide rods and the 3 gun gear pouch for them (this is a $250 by itself). The stock was also fitted with a Noveske QD in the butt stock and the Noveske Sling QD in on the nordic clamp. I am also including two Briley Extended Chokes (IC and Modified) as well as Benelli Chokes for Full, IM, CY, etc) EVERYTHING pictured is yours for $1575 SHIPPED CONUS to your FFL. IMO this is a GREAT deal and a very inexpensive way to get into Open.



  2. I *beleive* I am on the waiting list for the first 30 (we'll see) but just the hammer alone isnt enough for full 922r compliance for the C-stock correct? If we have the CC tube, follower, handguard, and hammer, I still need ONE more for 922r?


    I just listed my m4 for sale, but Im tempted to pull the ad in light of this recent development

  3. I am selling a "like new" Benelli M4 that has been upgraded significantly. There are no noticeable scratches, dings, etc. This shotgun has barely been used and has less than 50 rounds fired. I feel that I have done the "key" upgrades to this shotgun that most would want and have chosen the "best" for those upgrades. Upgrades include:

    -Carrier Comp Titanium Magazine Tube (Stamped Made in USA) for 922 R Complaince. This increases the factory tube from 5 to 7 rounds. Carrier Comp sells this for $189 by itself and requires a 5 week wait for production. For those who know M4's this is the VERY BEST magazine tube in the market. Its lighter than the factory and increases capacity. Machining and finish on it are beautiful

    -Carrier Comp Magazine Follower (For 922R Compliance)

    -Nordic Components +1 Extension. As you can see from the pictures, this extends the magazine tube slightly beyond the barrel for a 8 round overall capacity. I added this so that I could be more competitive in 3 gun, but never used this shotgun in a competition, and chose to use my M2 instead. I will include the original parts if you wish to use a 7 round capacity and have the tube end in in the same spot as the barrel. (this was approx a $50 upgrade)

    -Mesa Tactical Urbino Stock with Limbsaver and cheek riser. This is a VERY comfortable stock. It reduces the LOP and the limb saver pad helps with recoil (even though the M4 is a very light recoiling shotgun already). The cheek riser is great if you want to run an optic (Aimpoint T1, Eotech, etc). This configuration of the Mesa Stock is the "loaded" version and was a $175 upgrade. This is obviously a US Made part. I believe that using this to replace the original Italian made stock gives the shotgun with the US mag tube and folower a 922R complaint configuration.

    -I am also including a hard to find and very expensive Factory NIB (taken out for photographing) Benelli M4 Collapsable Stock.


    -GG&G Bolt Release button. This is an amazingly expensive button. I paid $150 for it, but it is a very good addition to any M4.


    I will include ALL the factory parts and the factory stock, manual, choke tool, etc. I do have the factory box, but will probably not ship that and ship in a hard plastic box instead (unless the buyer states otherwise)

    I am including EVERYTHING above for $1850 Shipped to your FFL CONUS. You would pay nearly $2400 for shotgun and all the items above if you could 1) find an M4, 2) Waited weeks for all the parts, 3)added all the parts.

    Im not sure about legality in CA with the extended tube and pistol grip so I will not ship there.



  4. I have both. The urbino is installed for 922r purposes until the geissele trigger becomes available. The stocks feel similar in comfort, but the factory collapsable unit seems slightly heavier. The cheek riser is solid at any height and the ability to use a recoil absorbing pad is nice as well. I have nothing to complain about on the Urbino, but will ultimately change stocks for the collapsable feature and look (as bad as that sounds). From an improved usability standpoint the Mesa product is very good. I bought my collapsable unit from a guy here on this forum but won't be installing it permanently until there are enough 922r components for full compliance.

  5. Any reason you guys are favoring the factory spring? Seems like you would naturally want to use the spring that is specifically made for extension tubes? Its not failing you now, but perhaps after some wear the spring will lose some of its, well... spring. It sure would be a bummer if it failed you at a critical moment.


    Easier loading = faster loading which is an essential part of multigun competition.

  6. I got my Carriercomp Ti tube today (beautuful part) and installed a Nordic +1 extension in lieu of the factory cap. The overall goal is to have 8+1 for multi gun competition. The Nordic tube is far smoother than the factory inside and the new follower and spring make the tube easier to load, but still not as easy to load as a customized M2. P at the range I opted to try the factory 5 round spring, and the M4 cycled flawlessly down to the last round on multiple tries. Is this common? Have any others tried this shorter spring setup? It loads much easier and would be s great mod if there aren't any known reliability issues

  7. I got my Ti tube today. Even though everyone raves about the quality, I was still stunned by how nice these tubes are. Near perfect machining and a fabulous match to the factory anodizing. Just a gorgeous piece. It took less than 20 to install the tube. Heated the receiver with a DeWalt heat gun for 2 min and the tube unscrewed. Installed the new tube spring and a Nordic +1 extension, and took it to the range for testing. Cycled perfectly down to the last shell. I even tried the original factory spring for the 5 round capacity and it still cycled?? I'll start a new thread on that topic....

  8. Is there a way to get 8 round mag capacity in my Benelli M4? 3 Gun matches typically favor a shotgun in a 8+1 capacity from a loading perspective. The carriercomp has 7+1. Does anyone put an extension beyond the carriercomp? If so, how well does that work?

  9. That is brilliant.

    Great for any stock with an easily removable plate, which would seem to rule out the M4 though:(.


    Not if you get the Mesa Urbino stock. If you get that stock, the plate is removable. I may be wrong, but I just received my Mesa stock and I believe the plate was off center. It doesnt look like the hole in the middle is in the right spot....


    If you wanted to do some work you could buy that, and have someone section off the Noveske piece, TIG weld it to the Mesa piece, grind it smooth and then hit it with some Duracoat. Thats a LOT of work for a QD mount.

  10. Thanks. I do know that results will vary from firearm to firearm as in rifles and pistols. However as in rifles and pistols, factory weapons TEND to like and dislike similar ammo. I was hoping for some feedback on what has worked for others using an M4. Hopefully similarities within nearly identical platforms will yield similar results. This will help me limit my purchases on varying brands/types of "experimental" rounds.

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