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  1. Any good machine shop with proper cnc machines could duplicate the designs... but hopefully no good machine shop would be so horrible as to reproduce someone else's work without properly compensating them.
  2. I'd try a choke thread chaser (should be on the other end of your choke wrench) and start using a choke grease to prevent moisture from getting in there. Depending on how bad the choke is I'd either just buy a new one or try a more aggressive rust removing chemical... but I'd lean towards the new choke.
  3. If it worked before sending it in then it seems like the problem is with the shop you used then...
  4. I've had good luck with the 8 pellet 00 buck rounds. Might be work getting a box and seeing if that works for you. At least you'll have lots of training rounds to use...
  5. Ah you're right... no armorlube on aluminum... Poly-t2 does seem like a viable alternative
  6. Yeah, if you really want to fix it look at cerakoting like Stranger Danger or perhaps Armor Lube by Robar. I'm looking at armor lubing (strange verb) my m3 by them as the forend wore through the anodizing pretty quickly on my reciever.
  7. Learn to embrace the scratches. Otherwise aluminum black by birchwood casey is an ok touch up but it can get rubbed off easily enough.. Keep in mind this is an oxidizer and not a paint.
  8. At this point it may be worth it to consider a gunsmith / machine shop. I've had some vintage camping stoves need parts replacements and the companies no longer carry parts for them so I had to either make them myself or seek out a machine shop / spring maker. I know it's silly given that benelli italy still sells them. Sometimes it's worth it to be tenacious and find email address for higher ups in the company if customer support drops the ball... Those are the two avenues I've used in the past with success if I couldn't otherwise find what I needed. Maybe hit up some pistol forums or browse gun selling sites for stores that carry benelli pistols and shoot them an email to see if they have any parts.
  9. There really isn't much data to determine an average length of repair times. It's really going to depend on work load and how many gunsmiths they are employing that are not on leave... I have no idea how many firearms they repair from LE and Military contracts.
  10. My apologies if you already knew that... thought it would save you some time looking for the correct entry to submit the form
  11. I'd try the HQ in Italy https://www.benelli.it/en/contatti "Stati Uniti" is United States in Italian FYI
  12. Lots of easy to find resources on this one. Short answer is no, you need more than two US made parts that are specified in the legal text. https://freedomfightertactical.com/pages/922r-faq
  13. As for your concerns.. I think you need to do some reading on what is anodizing on aluminum vs other surface treatments on steel such as parkerizing. Plus the differences on aluminum vs steel corrosion https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anodizing https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parkerizing
  14. Yes... probably 4-5 months the first time. It had been in rain...but not really wet. I try not to allow firearms to get soaked.
  15. No, for a more stable stance for control of recoil when shooting multiple heavy rounds
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