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  1. What QD are you running in the stock?
  2. I had a local shop do it for me. They are more of a 1911 custom place but they know what they are doing. I went way conservative compared to most. If you saw it you would probably think it wasn’t opened up enough. While this would be true to most I didn’t want to go too aggressive. I’m not a three gunner, just wanted to make reloading a little easier and efficient. At the same time I wanted to retain the tactical integrity without making it too sporting like. I hate throwing out the word “tactical” but I think it applies here. I messed around with it a little bit and was able to dual load a couple times. I’m sure with some practice and getting use to it I could be more proficient. Perhaps quad loads in the future but like I say it’s a modest opening. Overall I’m happy with it but I wish they rounded it off more where the mag tube begins and the follower lies.
  3. No worries. It was a good lead. It’s not your fault. Thanks for bringing it up as a possibility.
  4. I’d like to be first on the list. Lol My loading port job has been completed so I’m ready.
  5. I hate to laugh but it’s not at your situation. Todd from FFT just posted a new charging handle video on YouTube yesterday. He went on and on about how the steel and ti handles will both serve you for an entire lifetime. He further continued to say that the ti handles might get some dings but they will never fall out. Too crazy. Unless you didn’t have it fully inserted but I would guess that you know what you’re doing. Sorry to hear about your handle. Hopefully, he’ll take care of you.
  6. It looks like WMD offers a Nickel Teflon coating. I don’t know if they would have the same apprehension. SD had them do one of his M4’s in Nickel Boron. If I remember correctly he wasn’t warm and fuzzy about it. Although this may have been more in relation to the Nickel Boron itself. (Tolerance stacking from the plating etc)
  7. I asked about sending it in disassembled and they said, "We would rather not work on it."
  8. Their price for “complete shotgun” is $525 on the the website.
  9. I’m not sure. Unless they are referring to the recoil tube or rear sight? I’m confused and disappointed.
  10. I got excited when I saw your post so I contacted them to ask if they can take the M4 apart or if I need to break it down before sending. This was their response: “ You cannot make a Benelli M4 an H2O model after it has been assembled. There are steel parts staked into place in the aluminum receiver and you cannot mix steel and aluminum in the plating tank.” Makes one wonder why Robar could do it but they can’t?
  11. When they say “distributor” of our finishes I assume that means if you have a business you can get licensed to apply these process for customers?
  12. Does anyone have side by side photos of the before bolt and the redesigned version?
  13. Good to know. Maybe I’ll try e mailing them. I sent my correspondence through their “quote” feature on the website. Perhaps that is for more commercial sized orders. Somebody probably read it and laughed.
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