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  1. Isn't the TTI one a "spinner"? 🤣 I heard that people have had them snap off in competitions. Not sure if that's fact or fiction. Perhaps a run with poor heat treat?
  2. No, the color is fine. Just a small spot I noticed. Idk maybe something with the mold? Most people probably wouldn’t even notice it.
  3. I have a new take off field stock. It looks like it has a slight factory blend but otherwise new. I can send you some pics if your interested.
  4. The CC looks awesome but a little too rich for my blood. I noticed Benelli makes an OEM knurled charging handle that looks interesting. Anyone have experience with it?
  5. Was looking for a picture of the CC charging handle on the interwebs but came up empty handed.
  6. Would plating one of these hammers negatively effect the surface hardness? I’m assuming they would probably sand blast it prior. It seems most people like to mix this hammer in with FFT trigger components.
  7. Great insight, thanks. I too saw the installation for the TTI bolt release. I can pull off the install no problem. My concern is the way it fastens to the factory bolt release. It seems like a lot of pressure and torque put on that little screw. Can anyone recommend solid options for a different oversized bolt release and a trigger spring kit? Any experiences with the trigger group on Benelliparts.net? It looks like a good value at $199 being NP3+ plated. I wonder if this was an OEM trigger group that was plates here. I think technically it would then be product of the USA.
  8. Do you have the A&S NP3+ plated?
  9. I don't see much buzz on here about TTI. All hype? I've heard a few snarky comments about their charging handles. Any merit? I like that lightened bolt carrier.
  10. Are the aluminum OEM's preferred over the polymer?
  11. Dumb question. Which came first the aluminum trigger guard or polymer? The M4 that I just picked up has a polymer unit. I see Midwest sells the stripped aluminum module.
  12. Great testimonials. I may place an order with carriercomp then. It looks like they are available on the website.
  13. Thanks guys. I may eventually go to the Mesa Tactical Urbino. I’m going to hold off for now because I’m afraid it might be too short.
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