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ClackClackBAM

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  1. It's a legit website and many people have had successful transactions with him, but personally I see him as unreliable at best.
  2. Just got back from the range and am wondering if I did something wrong. While it only happened twice and it stopped after I put my shoulder into it, the last round hung up at the end of the mag tube. Shells in question are Federal Power Shok 2 3/4” 1oz slugs. Thoughts?
  3. Just wait for the carriercomp, you'll be glad you did.
  4. Damn, I was about to jump on these too haha Maybe I'll give it a shot on my own. I do have a spare set of forearm that I can practice on.
  5. Congrats on the M4! Is it your first one? For a red dot I'm a huge fan of the RMR, but there are many others that are good. For a light though I would recommend a Surefire M600DF. Handles the recoil like a champ. There are a few mounting solutions for that but I chose to go with the IWC mount. Have you given thought to upgrading your stock and mag tube?
  6. This. I hadn't planned on replacing the housing when I did my trigger, but I'm glad that I did. I never thought a combat shotgun could have such a crips trigger.
  7. Yup, agreed. Do you have a dry lube preference?
  8. Yup, I don't disagree. In this case though I was using high brass as a catch-all term for powerful shells.
  9. Sorry man, I think you missed out. OP was in early 2009.
  10. It sounds like you're off to a good start! Speaking from experience, the CC tube is amazing. I like the Briley, but I prefer the titanium. Charging handle on mine is a Briley and I am very happy with it. As for the c-stock, could you get away with replacing the recoil tube and installing a pinned stock? It would be almost exactly like the M1014. If you can go that route, picking up a used but in great condition single location recoil tube should be cheap since most folks get rid of them in favor of the multi-point tube that's on your gun. Then it's just a matter of finding a c-stock for
  11. Hey, here's listing for $495 shipped. Best price I've seen in a while on these things.
  12. Absolutely! Super-rugged and is easy to get on target.
  13. While I’m posting, here is one of my current 12 gauge family. Home defense= covered.
  14. I just took my SBE 3 apart and am very confused as to how you are experiencing this. The barrel is part of the receiver when they are joined, and there are so many points of connection that unless it's not fully seated against the stock, it should not be wiggling. Can you post a video of the problem? We might be able to figure it out if we saw what is happening.
  15. So I'm thinking a little more about this and I'm wondering how it could have been over-tightened. It's not a threaded barrel, rather it drops in from the receiver. I'd just send it to Benelli and let them deal with it.
  16. Hmm, that’s a problem. best bet might be to send it to Benelli for repair, if that’s possible. Any chance you over-tightened it?
  17. What type of loads were you running? If it was low brass field loads I wouldn’t be surprised you had problems. While I personally did not have that issue while breaking in the gun, many folks on here did. I’d recommend taking the gun down for a good cleaning and lubrication then heading back to the range to run 50-75 high brass loads though it. Doing that should allow you to shoot any load other than the stubby shells.
  18. +2 for the Sig Talk forum. Good group of people over there and they're always willing to help. I haven't been over there in a bit since I got my M4 and kinda forgot about my Sigs, but when I needed info or advice, they always stepped up.
  19. Yup, completely normal. Just apply some lube to it when cleaning then you'll be fine. As for the low recoil stuff, you need to break the gun in with full power loads first. The M4 is designed to eat all kinds of rounds except for the stubby shells, so just put about 75-100 high brass loads through it then you'll be all set for the low power 2 3/4 shells.
  20. It sounds cliché, but the old saying of "buy once, cry once" def applies to the M4. It is a world-class combat shotgun that has very few rivals. Yeah the price tag is high, but once you own one and start using it, the value is immediately apparent. For me personally, an M4 was at the tippy top of my gun bucket list, save for a transferrable MP5. I've had my M4 since mid-April and to this day I still can't believe that I finally own one. Just last night I was holding it and was giddy with excitement that I actually have one. Not only that, but it's modded the way I always dreamed of. I
  21. Polymer fame by itself is fine but you can run into trouble when upgrading the trigger components. I installed the FFT trigger group into my polymer frame and found it was not precise enough to match what FFT made. I sent the whole thing off to StrangerDanger and he put all of my components into an A&S frame and it's been perfect ever since. It sucks to have to spend an additional $220 on a trigger housing but once you start using the gun you'll be glad you did.
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