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  1. Diamondbear


    Recieved a new sbe2 through ducks unlimited program very disappointed with quality of out of the box fit and finish...forestock fit is super tight and will “slide” off magazine only with forced effort as it is way too tight...experienced user told me it is common and will improve with wear. Assembly is very strained and not you would expect from premium shotgun. Ive owned Berretta’s, and an A5...nothing like this
  2. I recently purchased an M4. I have some questions that I hope you guys can answer. There are many questions...I will appreciate any help. 1) After firing about 100 rounds, I took the gun apart to clean it. I noticed the tail of the bolt (the long skinny piece), near the end closest to the stock, has some shaving/chipping, and I can see silver metal where the black coating used to be. The marks are small (approx 0.60 cm), but are quite sharp and jagged. Is this normal wear while breaking in the gun? 2) The gas pistons: while cleaning, I noticed some wear on the surface coating on the
  3. I have a M2 American on the way. I've heard from one friend that it's a good idea to run a couple of boxes of higher powered shells through a new gun in order to 'break it in.' I didn't see anything in the product manuals addressing this. It makes some sense, but I thought I'd ask other owners whether this is an accepted, normal practice or an old wives tale. I'm sure the first time out with the gun will be at the sporting clay range. Thanks, C
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