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About lowspeed_highdrag

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  1. Just wanted to post an update. After apprx 500 rounds of full power loads, I have not experienced any shifts or loosening with the IWC mount.
  2. I believe you just need to select the "Protac" 1 or 2. Those are pic rail mounted. Someone correct me if I am wrong.
  3. Woolly, that looks great! The M600 seems like a no brainer for this platform.
  4. I'd also like to see the safety. Hopefully it's a little smoother in operation than the factory as well.
  5. Took some pictures of the mount with an Elzetta Bravo in a Ring Mount on the 1913 Pic Rail section. Just to show the separation of the light and barrel: This setup: Base Scout Mount - $70 intro, I guess it's gonna be $99 on Feb 1. 1913 Rail - $24.95 1" Ring - $19.95 Elzetta Bravo's are around $210 on Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Elzetta-Output-Bravo-Flashlight-Crenellated/dp/B00I8B7P1A
  6. Just realized I never included the link! Nogo, I have some photos saved, tell me if this answers your question: HSP WML on Pic Rail Surefire in Ring on Pic Rail Must be the angles, The QD mounts come no where near my knuckles...
  7. [[[i can only post two pictures, and I have written up a very long review on this new light mount for my Benelli M4. With that said, I have included a link in my post for a google.doc that contains my full review.]]] https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f9owRJGFxlphIVpoMwL57hr6Hl7CqtJ6GgGOsrwBjps/edit?usp=sharing Impact Weapons Components is releasing their new Benelli Light mount, and I was able to get my hands on a pre-production model before they ship. I'll give you folks the short story, it's super light, strong, takes scout lights, ring mounts, and 1913 rail mount lights, it doesnt touch the barrel, and it has ambi QD sling attachments. My opinion...it's awesome. (Two piece design attaches where the old sling mount snap ring went.) (With my BFG Vickers Sling and SF Mini Scout attached)
  8. Very nice. I love the look of the straight stock.
  9. This is my first post on this forum, I joined because I thought the rest of you would enjoy getting a first look at this mount. I intednt to be a ling time member of the Benelli Forum, and I hope this does not violate any rules. This is in multiple posts due to the forum only allowing two images per post. (Full Disclosure: I have been a prototype tester for this product and my Benelli M4 was one of the weapons used to design this product. I did not pay for this product, but I have also not been compensated for this review.) The Benelli M4 is generally regarded as the finest combat shotgun to date, and the United States Marine Corps agrees with that statement. However, one if it's few flaws is the inability to accept QD sling mounts and lights. As we all know by now, any fighting long gun should be equipped with a bright light. http://www.impactweaponscomponents.com/product/multi-light-benelli-m4-mount-scout/ The mount is a two-piece design, or three if using the 1913 section of rail. It's CNC machined from Billet 6061-T6 Aluminum and will be Black Type III Mil-Spec Anodized. The mount is the lightest on the market, weighing in at 1.27oz.
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