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  1. Damn I hate computers............... All parts, pieces and manuals I'd like to get $65 bucks for the lot or $5 per part plus postage. Priority mail small box is about $9 bucks nowadays so I'll run with that. Some of these parts may be interchangeable with other Benelli SG's , I don't know. My only interest is the M4. I'll take cash, check, money orders or "new" US postage stamps as payment. You'll look long and hard to find OEM Benelli parts priced this low. 1st come first serve based on time stamp. If interested please reply to my email or PM, not directly to this post
  2. I don't use any. The red loctite used at the factory is an overkill. Like using a shotgun to kill a house fly. The magazine cap is sufficient.
  3. Does anyone have a 922R compliant disconector for Benelli M4 they would sell? Or know where I could find one.
  4. OK....form 1, form 2, form 52, those numbers are irrelevant. Fact of the matter is, it's the receiver that's registered not the barrel. Try out your theory. Swap your 14" barrel back to 18", take it to a gun shop and offer to sell it to them. Agree on a price, then tell them, "oh by the way it's a registered SBS". I'm fairly certain they will kindly change their mind. I could be mistaken but I think not.
  5. I agree, you are free to bounce back and forth 14 to 18 to 14 and back. My point is that once registered as an SBS, the receiver will always be an SBS. All NFA rules,regulation and laws will forever follow that receiver. You cannot put the 18 back on and sell the weapon without a form 1 NFA tax stamp transfer.
  6. Maybe not, it's been a long time since my last stamp, but I still believe it to be true.
  7. Yes, If I recall correctly, that little tid bit of freedom lost is mentioned on the "SBR/SBS" application form itself.
  8. Frankly speaking, the average homeowner confronting a 2AM break in, half asleep and in a defensive posture, won't know the difference between 14" or 18", nor would it matter. One is no more or less effective than the other at 2AM. For the "grunt or jarhead" going door to door in an offensive posture, yeah the 14" is a plus. Then there is the NFA issue. Once you have registered your once 18" barreled M4 to a 14" barreled M4, it will forever be an NFA item. Simply put, you can't just swap the barrel back to 18" and hope to sell it to the local gun shop or gunbroker. It will have to go t
  9. It would appear to work very nice, thanks
  10. I like your gun case! How did you fit your M4 to it? It looks like the same case in your other post. Does it come with some sort of form fitting inserts???
  11. "Hell maybe the sound of me racking that first one might send them a-runnin'." Even if you've never seen or touched a shotgun before, the sound of the charging handle being jacked and then released will give anyone pause in the dark. It's the unmistakable sound of uh-oh!
  12. I have one very similar to this one. It's been on my "daily driver" so long I forget where it came from. Never a problem with it. I also like the looks of this one: https://www.rxarms.com/#h.p_03Hhox2MkREf It requires no machining, drilling, tapping or tools of any sort. Only $46 bucks If it's too good to be true then it probably is. Since it's a crappy day here in the socialist northeast and boredom had set in, I set my sights on making one. Needs a tad bit of refining but Ya know what, the darn thing works good. Just have to find something that's a better color
  13. Just the remnants of a cheap old Davidson 16ga. I call it my Yosemite Sam relic. Those of you old enough to remember the Luney Tune cartoons (Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam, Wile E Coyote ect. ect.) years ago can relate.
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