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RPC

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  1. 3 hours ago, bambihunter said:

    I am positive you mean well, but you may want to change or obscure a portion of the email address. Once the spam bots find it, he'll be flooded from here on. I'd do kip(at)carriercomp.com or something similar.

    Good looking out, my intent was pure.

    If you know how to edit after the fact, please share. 

  2. I’m no expert in this space but I couldn’t be happier with my CC tube. 

    If you think it’s necessary, hit up Marcy (or Kip) here- [REMOVED] -, in a past bout of back and forth comm Marcy was nothing short of amazing. 

    *Thank you Marcy if you’re watching 

  3. 5 hours ago, Longbowsafari said:

    Thanks man! Got her out to the pond today and we all shot a goose so it feels better now! 😄

    Shoot, maybe that scratch was your lucky charm.

    Best not fix it just in case. 

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  4. I feel your pain. 

    Bought an M4 May of last year and, literally day one having it home, I was beginning my first ever dissemble to clean and relube and the damn cocking lever loses purchase and skips off of the trigger guard pin, scratches the receiver housing and I died a little inside. 

    Upside is I haven’t really worried about babying it since...

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  5. I haven’t, but am personally interested in testing this ammo. I’ll look for it locally and order if necessary. 

    Disappointing that the article nor the display carton mention use of Federal’s Flitecontrol wad. That makes such a significant difference in pattern and shot consistency in my own testing.  

    Thanks for the lead, CCB.

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  6. On 7/10/2020 at 5:45 PM, Redwingsfansfc said:

    So glad I found this thread. Just got my M4 11707, and ran into the 4 shell load issue. Short of pulling the spring, couldn’t figure it out. Needless to say for the price of the gun, and having this issue when advertising 5+1 is slightly frustrating. The potential 7 spring isn’t bad if going to the full tube, but wasn’t something I planned on immediately, especially with 922 compliance (overall cost) from the initial cost of the gun.
     

    Funny thing is the freedom fighter tactical video that covers the full Tube and 922r -  dude says that people have run the 5 inch spring without issue. That was a flag to me, just on math and spring pressure. Now it makes sense if there is a 7 inch spring.

    looking forward to being a part of the forum.

    Welcome!

    This forum was invaluable to me as a first time M4 owner and tinkerer-at-heart, I trust you’ll find it the same. 

    If you have a question and don’t see a thread about it, just ask. Decades of experience here (not me, the other guys/gals...)!

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  7. 13 minutes ago, ClackClackBAM said:

    It will fit but it might need a little bit of persuasion. I had to almost screw the bolts through the slot. Once they started though I had no problems. Now it's on my stock super tight and I'm pretty happy with the results. 

    X2

  8. 10 minutes ago, Piza14 said:

    @RPC

    I would need both. I apologize. I have seen websites that sell the three position but maybe currently out of stock. But I couldn’t find any non adjustable 

    Totally get it. 

    Buy SD’s NP3 coated non-adjustable and knock it out, keeping the adjustable tube for application down the road. 

  9. 49 minutes ago, StrangerDanger said:

    Send both guns to me and I’ll swap them.

    SD- Thank you. You’re a gentleman and a scholar. 

    @Piza14- There’s no evidence I’ve seen indicating StrangerDanger isn’t the best in the Benelli business. I’d cover all costs of you- up front- if you’re so inclined.

    My non-adjustable recoil tube came factory in my M1014, is less than a year old since purchased new and is entirely unmolested  

    Please consider it and IM me if you’re open to exploring this opportunity.  

    -Rex

    *edited for spelling

  10. 5 hours ago, Piza14 said:

    Hey guys I’m also in Cali and was looking for a non adjustable recoil tube. The tube that came on my m4 is a three position. Does anybody have one for sale or know where I can buy one?

    Boy I wish there was an easy way to trade my non-notched for your adjustable one...

    If you do remove your adjustable, I’d love to take it off your hands (for non-CA ownership, of course).

  11. 16 minutes ago, CA Comp Featureless Human said:

    Guys:

    Like RPC and PinoyPower I have a CA compliant M1014 with a pinned "c-stock" on an unnotched tube (fixed position skeletonized stock). I am trying to remove the c-stock and replace it with a Mesa Tactical Urbino. I am able to unscrew the pistol grip, but stock won't budge. The screw that keeps the adjustment button from working is unmovable. I've tried removing both retaining pins in the vicinity and no effect. My best guess is thread locker. Does anyone know how to remove this screw or another way to get the stock off? 

    -Michael

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    Hey CA, sorry to hear of your difficulties. 

    I was able to use a 5/64 hex wrench to pull that screw out. Can’t say it was overly difficult to break loose and I don’t recall it having any thread locker on it. 

    I will say that I bought my M1014 new last May and had an incredibly easy time removing the factory 5-rd mag tube to replace with a 7-rd tube, so maybe newer issues used less or no thread locker vs. previous releases?

    In short, I had no issues removing that bolt from my M1014 neutered c-stock a handful of weeks ago. Maybe a soldering iron to that screw to heat it to a safe temp could help?

  12. 13 hours ago, skeet said:

    Also, what is a good source for purchasing a factory bolt release?  This is in case I want to go back to the factory configuration...

     

    If you other from GG&G:

    • The price includes a new factory Benelli carrier latch, modified for the new tac pad. You do not have to drill and tap any item in this kit.
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