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Fodderwing

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About Fodderwing

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  • Birthday 08/12/1961

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    Georgia
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    Fishing, hunting, reloading & unloading
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    Animal Feed Plant Manager
  1. Wrap some leather, strip of rubber or thick cloth around it and use pliers to get it loose or tightened.
  2. Only advice I can offer is, not everything on the Intertubez is true. You should take the shotgun to a range and shoot it. Run a few sporting clays courses, pattern your new gun to find the best turkey load. Give the gun a chance to function before you panic.
  3. Try Amazon, https://www.amazon.com/Scalarworks-SW1100-Trijicon-compatible-Shotguns/dp/B075NMLQKB/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1?keywords=Sync+RMR+rail&qid=1556792745&s=gateway&sr=8-1-fkmrnull
  4. They are out of stock. There was some discussion on here about the mounts being either discontinued or maybe a distributor would need to buy a large quantity for Scalar to make more.
  5. I have been very happy with Carlson's turkey chokes. https://www.choketube.com Be sure to match the choke with the ammo you plan to use. Ammo that uses the TSS shot is devastating on turkeys. Carlson is one of several that makes a choke that is optimized for TSS. I use Apex TSS and a Carlson in my M2 20 gauge.
  6. Depends on the age, I had a Monty made 12 - 15 years ago that had the old style, non-Crio chokes. I sold my Monty when I bought an Ethos.
  7. Now I see why them birds are called the "filet mignon of the sky". Looks might tasty. I use Carlson turkey chokes, but they are not ported and I cannot advise about their compatibility with steel. Carlson has a good website to help choose the choke you need. https://www.choketube.com
  8. Now I see why them birds are called the "filet mignon of the sky". Looks might tasty. I use Carlson turkey chokes, but they are not ported and I cannot advise about their compatibility with steel. Carlson has a good website to help choose the choke you need.
  9. Fodderwing

    David

    Regardless the gun should not fire a second round until the trigger is reset. My first guess is a second pull of the trigger, but things do happen. My father's old Remy model 11 would shoot twice with on pull at irregular intervals, but it was 40 - 50 years old. Have the gun checked by a gunsmith that knows Benellis, ASAP.
  10. Higher grade of engraving' gold inlays and such. Actual performance of the gun will be much the same as other Benelli auto-loaders.
  11. Fodderwing

    M1 Super 90

    Your shotgun has character marks, used but not abused.
  12. Improved cylinder early season, modified late season as the birds are likely to be more spooky. Pen raised birds may allow you to use a skeet choke. All of the chokes supplied with your SBE II are ok for lead. The full choke may not be ok for steel. i use a modified choke mostly for pheasant.
  13. Fodderwing

    M1 Super 90

    You will still need to apply heat where the tube screws into the receiver. After heating I would try to use strap wrench to unscrew the tube. Reinstallation would require a small drop of blue lock tight. In the meantime I would enjoy the shotgun and not worry about the spring until problems arise. It will likely take many thousands of rounds before you have trouble.
  14. I have some Apex TSS Hometown Blend to try out in my M2 20ga this year.
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