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jimbo45

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  1. I just wanted to share my experience so far with the Hayl Rail. Personally I like it and think it looks better than all of the other options out there including the M80. People don't like the idea of set screws and I agree but if you run some RTV in the channel front and back of the forend it sits on the gun nice and tight with no wobble. I can post some pics if anyone is interested.
  2. Thats the same as the experience I just had with the customer service guy I talked to. Apparently one of my pic rail screws walked out at some point so before I ordered them I called and they shipped out two screws and two washers I think I had them three days later.
  3. the link at the start of this thread now only gives an error hopefully that doesn't mean that this forend has been scrapped.
  4. I talked to Briley today to pay for my barrel threading and I asked about the forend and they said its not ready and to just keep checking.
  5. I've never had any issue ghost loading my M4. I'm not saying I've done it 10000 times but still no issue for me.
  6. Thanks I appreciate the info. Briley has my entry barrel for threading so I'll talk to them next week most likely and see if there is an update.
  7. Anyone have a guess when this will be available?
  8. That looks good. Also thats a fair point on the hayl with set screws. I have time to wait for the briley since I'm waiting on the nfa and they just cashed my check for my entry m4.
  9. Have you handled the hayl rail if so why is it junk?
  10. jimbo45

    M4 home safety

    It should hold 5 are you using rio or somerhing like that. As far as sagety goes I never had an issue with having one in the chamber and safety on with seven in the tube and one ghost loaded.
  11. I would think laser engraving would be ok but I would think it would need some refinishing.
  12. I think $350 is about as much as its worth. $579 is ridiculous for something with an msrp of $230. I've talked to a couple of people wanting $500 and I have gladly passed. Going to try one of the hayl rails for a very reasonable $129. I have an M80 and I'm pretty sure I paid $180 shipped.
  13. jimbo45

    WTB Surefire M80

    Anyone have one under $500?
  14. ethos is a good looking gun. I fired one but only a few shots and it was nice.
  15. pretty sure you'll be happy with it. After mine came into my local shop my dealer sold 3 or 4 after taking pics of mine and feeling it.
  16. The second seems like it must be improved cylinder based on the marking. Weird there are no notches though. Also the montefeltro does take crio chokes just like the sbe. You can see this on the benelli website.
  17. jimbo45

    WTB Surefire M80

    Hi I just bought another M4, finally the entry model 11724, and would like to get another surefire forend. So if you have one and want to get rid of it let me know. Thanks
  18. I've always found the rio shells to be a bit longer than they should be.
  19. I bought one of these in feb and like it alot. I didn't need to change anything on mine.
  20. I have a standard pistol grip stock I could part with if you haven't already found one.
  21. jimbo45

    New SBE III

    Thanks for the help I see what I find.
  22. jimbo45

    New SBE III

    This may have been covered but I paid for a new SBE III and was going to take it to the local clays range. My question is what shells should I buy for that? I'm guessing not light target loads but would would 1 1/8 of 6's or 7's at 1200 fps cycle reliably? Never shot clays so I appreciate any help. Thanks
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