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  1. Selling an upgraded and never fired Benelli M1014 (M4). All OEM parts that were swapped out in the upgrade are included in the sale. All major work was done by an expert (known as @StrangerDanger in the forums). All parts sourced, including the shotgun, are approximately equal in total to the selling price (so price is firm and extremely fair). Benelli M1014 (M4) Upgrades • Collapsible Stock (3 position adjustment tube) • Scalarworks Sync Mount for RMR • GG&G Bolt Release • Freedom Fighter Tactical Charging Handle (steel, 3/4” x1”) • Impact Weapons Multi
  2. Morning all, I have seen a number of posts on the Limbsaver for the Nova but thought it might be helpful to organize what we know in a single post as well as offer my own review of the system. Purchase: To begin with, when purchasing the limbsaver for the Nova make sure that you buy the correct pad. I recommend checking the templates first in case there are any changes to the product, but I can also tell you that the current Model 10401 fits Nova. If you buy the wrong product you are going to be SOL. I bought mine at BassPro for $50 including tax (a bit expensive but cheape
  3. What all is involved in fitting an aftermarket recoil pad (Kick-EEZ, Limbsaver, etc.) on an M2 Tactical (non-Comfortech)? I would have thought that this would be a pretty common procedure but I've found almost no information about it.
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