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Copenhagen

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  1. Well, it already had the correct hangaurds, I had recently purchased the CL barrel from a member here.
  2. Well, Benelli replaced the barrel with another CL Barrel, but this one has the ledge on the rear specifically for the non-M1014 models (it takes up the space under the handgaurds). The barrel the replaced it with was "used," but it looked like it was at most a new blem, as it had a ding close to the crown, but all factory parkerizing was impecable (even in the ding), and the bore/pistons looked as though they had only been test fired. They said that the barrel I had with the damage was a very old model.
  3. I could see both sides, but its definately a problem with their barrel, i.e., me putting that barrel on my 11721 did not, IMHO, cause that damage.
  4. Yea it was making me wonder if I should call Benelli, and/or disassemble and clean the gas plugs.
  5. I'll grab some pictures in a bit. No skirt. On an 11721 which came with a skirted barrel. The damage is similar but less advanced than OP's bashing at the piston relief cuts.
  6. I'm also curious about this. I have developed similar wear on a chrome lined barrel I recently purchased.
  7. Barrel was as pictured. Good price and fast shipping.
  8. Sold to stranger danger, the 1st to reply.
  9. I no longer have a use for this. Save yourself the long wait. Used. DG Parkerized. $100 shipped USPS to your location in the continental USA. Check or money order only please. Email me lsutter at g dot clemson dot edu. Replace the at and dot's appropriately. The scratches are normal from being assembled and shot. Your handgaurds should cover them up. The tube external from the handgaurds looks great (ie it will look fine when you put it all together).
  10. Well you are missing a Benelli factory stock, but aside from that, no, not that I am aware of. I guess you need 922r parts, but those don't cost that much. As to the extension, you could just buy a carrier comp tube without the finish and maybe not have to wait as long instead of a tube extension- that is what I would do. Are you set on an NP3 coat? I have 2 POFs. I like them. I like NP3, but I don't really see the need to get my Benelli coated in it. Up to you of course. If I kept my Benelli on a boat or similar environment, I'd NP3 it for sure.
  11. Well you could send it to Robar and get it NP3 coated.
  12. Here is a start: http://www.benelliusa.com/forum/showthread.php/28612-Just-ordered-an-M4-H2O/page8?highlight=m4+h20
  13. Well I read about it in a thread in THIS forum.
  14. Good Luck! It was my understanding that Benelli quit making them due to ATF concerns over 922R compliance, and, if I had one it wouldn't be for sale!
  15. Lol, he's actually going to be a succulent batch of mesquite smoked jerky.
  16. Damn Skippy, what cartridge did you use? Also, somebody needs to delete the spammer above.
  17. Took a little spike this morning with the 300: 3rd kill for 300 BLK this year. I am telling you, they should have named the cartridge the 300 SATAN, because you could drop the suppressor into that exit cavity and have had room to spare on both sides. The 110 Grain Barnes VORTX "Barrier Blind" bullets really do the trick when it comes to Southern Whitetails.
  18. If you like to hunt, I don't really know why you would want an M1014? You have a permanent modified choke! I like to be able to change out chokes and I was issued an M1014 in the line of duty. To me, my 11721 with Carrier Comp Titanium tube, 922R parts as required, and interchangeable chokes is superior to what I was issued. It isn't even really a question as far as I am concerned. If you are worried about your choke coming out...why not just use some blue lock-tite on the modified? At least you have the option of putting a tighter choke in if you ever want to shoot turkeys!
  19. 7.62x35mm (300BLK) Used 110 Grain Barnes VORTX ammo. Quite effective (reminded me of what a 30/30 does to one).
  20. I wasn't going to respond because I have yet to game with my Benelli (just got it this year and Turkey season doesn't open until April), but since you asked about hunting season, here is how the year has been so far for me:
  21. Or... you can just go to your local auto-parts store and buy a tube of anti-seize on the cheap. Works for spark plugs and silencers, don't know why you wouldn't want to use it in a shotgun!
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