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NEW H20 Nickel 3-Round Ext. Is it true???


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NEW H20 Nickel 3-Round Ext. Is it true???

 

According to the link below, the H20 has a new nickel 3-round extension??????

 

I currently have a black 2-round extension and it stops exactly at the muzzle. Wouldn't a 3-round extension protrude past the muzzle. Is that a little dangerous???

 

http://www.benelliusa.com/firearms/accessories.tpl

 

Thank you in advance.

 

[ 11-23-2004, 08:29 PM: Message edited by: NovaLuv ]

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The answer is, well, sort of. If you have the H2O model with the 2 shot extension, you should be able to put 7 rounds of 2 3/4" in the magazine. The stock magazine capacity is listed as 4+1, so the extension you have really is a 3 shot extension (for 2 3/4" shells anyway). I've got the same exact gun, except mine is the tactical model with the ghost ring sights. I like it so much, I was thinking of adding the H2O model just for fun. These **** guns are addictive. Enjoy your gun knowing you’ve bought the best!

 

-Andrew

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Thanks for the info. threeshot. I spoke with them earlier today. They can get me the extension but it will take 3-4 weeks. I ctually live in the state where Benelli/Beretta have there factory. The Peoples Republic of Maryland. I found a shop here that should be able to get me the ext. in a week or two. Take care

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