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Maynard

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About Maynard

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  • Birthday 03/12/1982
  1. Thanks Stranger for all the help. I think I have it staked in place pretty good. I test fired with 8 rounds of cheap birdshot before work and she ran like a champ. I'm going to keep an eye on the pin though especially in my defensive shotgun class coming up.
  2. My new link came in the mail today. I think I'm going to put it on. I just don't like having a rusted part in my gun. I bought this gun used but every other part looks immaculate. The guy never shot the gun much. I don't know how the link got like that, but the new one is flawless.
  3. This gun was used when I bought it, but it was only owned for about 6 months. What do you mean by Restake the bolt body? I'm new to the m4 so maybe I should not mess with it if it's not broken and just hang on to the new part in case I ever need it.
  4. Yeah I was thinking the same thing. The gun has been flawless through about 200 rounds of birdshot and probably 50 rounds of buckshot and slugs. The new link I ordered should be here tomorrow.
  5. Here is a pic of my link. I was just worried that I might start experiencing failures in the future. I'm taking a defensive shotgun class at the end of the month and we will be shooting 500 rounds.
  6. I will post a pic of my recoil link tomorrow it almost looks like it was welded together or rusted. The gun has performed flawlessly, but the link just doesn't look right. Maybe you can shed some light on it. I thought I had a picture of my phone but I guess I deleted it.
  7. Got mine yesterday from FFT too. Installed it before work. Definitely need a heat gun in my opinion.
  8. I'm new to the forum so I hope this is the right place for the post. Anyway I replacing the link on my Benelli M4 that is attached to the bolt carrier. Is it as simple as removing the pin and putting the new one on? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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