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Hi all, There have been some questions about how difficult it is to disassemble the trigger group of the Benelli M4 in order to install a US made hammer, disconnector and trigger. The difficulty level of this job depends on what tools you have on hand. With the wrong equipment, plan on swearing a lot. This disassembly requires that you manipulate a lot of small pins and springs. Do yourself a favor and get yourself a proper set of roll punches, roll pin holders, snap ring pliers, disassembly block and dental picks. Brownells has an awesome selection that will last you a lifetime. First off, ensure that your Benelli M4 is unloaded. Remove all ammunition from the weapon and remove it from your work area. Now, remove the bolt handle, and use it to push out the trigger group's Axle Bushing. Once it is started, you can pull it the rest of the way from the opposite side of the receiver. Press the bolt release and pull the trigger group downward and away from the stock. The entire assembly will pull out.
Hello all, I am ready to add some features to my stock M4 (11707), that will also comply with 922®. I use it for 3 gun every now and then, which allows up to 8 shells before the bell, so the 7+1 is valuable to me. In addition, I just feel that my M4 is not quite complete w/out the C-stock... These are the two routes that I am considering: OPTION 1 FFT full-length mag tube in s/s $159.99 FFT trigger package (hammer, trigger, disconnector) $149.99 Benelli C-stock $350 or so... This package includes the 4 922® compliance parts needed. TOTAL COST $660 or so OPTION 2 FFT full-length mag tube in s/s $159.99 FFT follower $24.99 ProMag C-stock(pic looks like a copy of the Benelli c-stock) $180 This package includes the 3 922® compliance parts needed. TOTAL COST $365 I know that the titanium tube weights about 150g less, but the s/s weights less than the stock tube and costs $80 less, so I'm okay with that. All I really want to add is the full-size mag tube and the C-stock the other items are just being added to fulfill the 922® laws. I would love to hear some feedback from those of you who have had experience with these parts or manufacturers. Which route should I go? Are these wise options or do you know of better ones? Thanks in advance for your input!