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For Sale New in box Benelli m4 Standard stock $235 Shipped

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For Sale New in sealed box Benelli m4 Standard stocks $235 Shipped

 

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The link below is for reference to the part i have only.

 

 

http://www.gunpartscorp.com/catalog/Detail.aspx?pid=980370&filter=Benelli+m4&catid=0

Edited by heckler&kochp2000

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This new development begs the question - are you all out of collapsible stocks? Did my new one I took off to put on one of your collapsible stocks suddenly increase in value - not that I would ever market it where your marketing your items - its just that curious adults want to know... I mean I was going to plant my old stock in my rock garden facing down - as a joke but your saying no? It has value now? If you don't reply and give away your trade secrets I will understand your giving us the silent nod. That standard stocks are back in vogue. To go along with that buried stock in the rock garden I was going to have the mag tube I took off coming out of the ground near it to give the impression that a bent shotgun was buried in it. Being retired I spend a lot of time when its warm looking at my rock garden - the outside version of my junk drawer in the house.

 

So ann landers of the stock world should I go ahead and plant

my parts or should I wait . (not to be confused with joe strummer and the clashes version of should I go or should I stay now.)

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If you can afford to decorate you garden with Benelli m4 parts we would love it to appear in the next months issue of better gardens and homes magazine. :)

 

and marthastewarts.com

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Well its Factory black, checkered, synthetic with a sling hook and has the coveted Benelli logo recoil pad. That might explain some of it - Did I mention it says Benelli...Kinda like products from John Deere, Lionel, Rolex....

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I got no beef with H&KP2000. Got my new in the box C-Stock from him. Ordered it on Saturday received it on Monday. I believe he is in Calif & I am in Michigan. I was impressed and would deal with him again anytime.

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just found it, it was in my JUNK folder just sent you the correct tracking number.

Shipping out tomorrow. should arrive Friday USPS signature confirmation.

 

Sweet. Thanks Bro.;)

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heckler&kochp2000 delivers lightning FAST! I enjoy doing business with providers that don't procrastinate.

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Get em' while their hot! Thanks heckler&kochp2000!

 

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Do you know if this stock will fit the MR1 rifle? I would like to replace the pistol grip stock with this style of stock.

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Do you know if this stock will fit the MR1 rifle? I would like to replace the pistol grip stock with this style of stock.

 

No i do not think it will , i think the collapsible supernova stock probably will , if somebody can please confirm this ?

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This new development begs the question - are you all out of collapsible stocks? Did my new one I took off to put on one of your collapsible stocks suddenly increase in value - not that I would ever market it where your marketing your items - its just that curious adults want to know... I mean I was going to plant my old stock in my rock garden facing down - as a joke but your saying no? It has value now? If you don't reply and give away your trade secrets I will understand your giving us the silent nod. That standard stocks are back in vogue. To go along with that buried stock in the rock garden I was going to have the mag tube I took off coming out of the ground near it to give the impression that a bent shotgun was buried in it. Being retired I spend a lot of time when its warm looking at my rock garden - the outside version of my junk drawer in the house.

 

So ann landers of the stock world should I go ahead and plant

my parts or should I wait . (not to be confused with joe strummer and the clashes version of should I go or should I stay now.)

Got a chuckle out of this.

 

And really, why is the "stock" stock so valuable?

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