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  1. I'm looking at purchasing an M3. I've always been an M1/M4 guy, but I might have an opportunity to pick up an M3 at a decent price. This would be a solid addition to the collection, so i'm trying to get an accurate gauge of its value. Also, are the newer M3's still marked "M3 super 90"? I remember running into this issue with my M4. It has a straight stock (no pistol grip), ghost ring sites, a 7 round magazine (I believe factory), and a fixed cylinder barrel (no chokes). I do believe it's one of the older versions. No box or paperwork, and it's been shot very little, so assume
  2. Needle nose pliers to get it out if it's really gummed up. No big deal.
  3. Just ghost load one in the carrier and keep the chamber closed. That's really the safest way to do it if you want it to be ready quickly. Somebody comes, just pull the bolt handle back, and voila! You're ready to rock.
  4. As for the mag extension, you're unlikely to use it in either scenario. But if you really want one, Nordic is the way to go.
  5. It's a Benelli. It'll last. Do some cruising on the Benelli website to familiarize yourself with the firearms--it'll help you make a better decision. The nova is a pump, the m2 is an autoloader.
  6. No. You're talking 3" chamber versus a 3 1/2". Won't work.
  7. When locked up against the pistol grip it won't rotate (it can't because of the groove cut into the PG itself), extended at the other two LOPs it will. And no, the button isn't getting stuck. I think it's a faulty unit, and I've emailed ProMag. Only problem is 1) if they ever get back to me. And 2) if they do, I bet the exchange timeline is horrendous (assuming by that time they'll still be commercially available. Not real likely they'll go, but there's a chance). Chit like that can tend to piss a fellow off.
  8. the cylindrical bar that goes across the width of the tube is definitely not a straight bar, it's more oval shaped towards one end. It doesn't move easily without pressing the button, but it does give a little bit. It also doesn't seem to move quite "right" to me.
  9. M4whore's on it. I'm fairly certain Cordoba's never used Mobil chokes. I think they started with the Crio Sport (like the SuperSport), and then changed to the Crio Plus. My Cordoba uses the Crio Plus, but it's a 2013 model. Troll ebay for a used one if they don't have any of the old ones in stock. I know Carlson's used to make some for the crio sport, as did Briley (probably still do), Patternmaster (if you want it broken off in your ass for the same quality of choke), and Kicks.
  10. That ultralight would be pretty punishing with turkey loads--so fair warning. For a budget hunter, i'd recommend you pick up an old M1 Super 90 or an old Super Black Eagle (I, not II). I've got 5 M1s and 1 SBE, as well as a Montefeltro (about the same as the ultralight, just a little heavier. It's a great upland gun), a Benelli M4, and a cordoba. If you're on the lookout, you can pick 'em up in pretty good shape for anywhere between $500 and $800, and they're damn near the same as the newer guns. The main difference is that they don't have the comfortech stock. Honestly, I shoot my M1s mo
  11. I hope someone can figure out what the problem is. It seems no one in my area has a collapsible stock on their M4 (nor any experience with one). [ATTACH=CONFIG]1893[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]1894[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]1895[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]1896[/ATTACH]
  12. It LOOKS like it's on right. That's what makes me think they're either supposed to be able to freely rotate when extended at the full LOP notch, or i just got a bum unit. What do you think, StrangerDanger? I'll upload a few more pictures. [ATTACH=CONFIG]1892[/ATTACH]
  13. Is this how it's supposed to be? I can unscrew the pistol grip to get a better picture, if need be. It's a pain in the ass though. [ATTACH=CONFIG]1891[/ATTACH]
  14. Zeke, here are your pictures. It's not too terrible, but honestly, i'd send it back if I weren't afraid it'd take 6 months to get it again. [ATTACH=CONFIG]1889[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]1890[/ATTACH]
  15. I do have the correct recoil tube. And yes, it will spin freely to one side or the other when it's aligned with the proper notches--not solely at the install area. It doesnt lock stable straight up and down as I think it should. I understand if you press the button and THEN twist the stock, it should be able to rotate clockwise/counterclockwise, but it'll rotate without me pressing the button. I tried to use that ratworks video too--only problem is I can get my stock to line up at the proper positions, but I can only get it to lock on one side. If i put pressue on the other side (say
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