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Since my last post was very informative, I figured I'd make one for parts and for 922r compliance. I'll start by first sharing the information I received via an email from the ATF. With that out of the way, I would like to know what are the best US made parts to get for upgrading a Benelli M4 11707 while making it 922r compliant. I'm wanting to get the 7 round tube and the collapsible stock. I'm aware of FFT and TTI as well as Carrier Comp. I've heard good things about the ladder and went ahead and ordered a full length titanium magazine tube from them. Since it comes with a follower, that would make 2 US parts and, based on my understanding, I would need 2 more parts replaced to have both the full length tube and collapsible stock. What other parts are worth replacing and by which manufacturer? I am also interested in getting the TTI extended carrier, the TTI oversized safety, the GG&G bolt release pad, and the GG&G charging handle: TTI Carrier: https://tarantacticalinnovations.com/tti-benelli-accuguide-extended-carrier/ TTI Safety: https://tarantacticalinnovations.com/tti-oversized-benelli-ultimate-safety/ GG&G Pad: https://www.gggaz.com/benelli-m4-tactical-bolt-release-pad.html GG&G Handle: https://www.gggaz.com/benelli-m4-tactical-charging-handle.html Are these parts worth it? Any additional information and advice would be greatly appreciated.
I've done a lot of reading on this forum, and there seem to be two schools of thought: those who modify without concern for 922r, and those who worry about it. Let's begin by assuming that I want to keep my gun as legal as possible (taking into consideration the somewhat murky legalese that the ATF has afflicted us with). Being a resident of CA, i have two questions: 1: are there enough American made parts on the market to add a mag tube extension or full mag tube + everything else to get my magic number of imported parts to 10? 2: can I even register my M4 as a SBS and add a mag tube as a citizen of CA? Cost effectiveness: which way's cheaper? Less money spent on gun equals more time on the range. Thanks for your thoughts.