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  1. I want to put a sling on a Sport II. I found an after-market magazine end-cap that has a swivel and a screw-in swivel that goes in the butt-end. This is a wood stock Sport II and it looks like the stud-swivel is about 3/8 inch long. If I screw this into the stock about 2 or 3 inches up from the butt is that going to hit anything that might be hidden inside the butt? I think some of the composite stocks have some kind of recoil dampening stuff inside the stock but I havn't found anything about the wood stock having anything like that hidden inside. Does anyone know if I can screw this stud into the wood butt without hitting anything?
  2. I purchased a neoprene sling from the Benelli store which states that swivels are sold separately. The problem lies in the follow up. I can't find any swivels sold by benelli and no aftermarket manufacturer sells any swivels for the m2 field. I do not want any of the tactical swivels made by companies such as gg&g since those are targeted at the m2 tactical. Any suggestions? Also, uncle mikes qd swivel product guide does not list the m2 model under benelli at all.
  3. Does anyone have any experience or recommendations regarding what sling setup works best for a Supernova with a collapsible stock? It seems like it would be ideal to be able to use a sling in either a 1 or 2 point configuration. Also, are the holes on either side of the collapsible stock, sort of above and behind the slot for a sling, designed to incorporate a QD sling swivel? That's the only reason I could think of for them being there. Since the stock is synthetic and all the sling swivels I have seen seem to be metal, would that wear away at the holes in the stock over time? Thanks in advance for any input!
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