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Benelli M4 made in Italy 11707 NP3 coated here in the U.S. turns into a 11711

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Benelli m4 italian made 11707 NP3 coated here in the states turns into a 11711 !Look at the sticker i have talked to someone (no names) and said they know that the Benelli 11707 were coated here in The U.S. with NP3 coating .

 

(my picture confirms it all 11707 under the 11711 sticker)

 

all EYE/talian made parts I do believe that is the way around the 922r:cool:[ATTACH=CONFIG]1337[/ATTACH]

 

EXAMPLE OF REMANUFACTURING BELOW:

Remanufacturing by recoating of worn engine parts; many engine parts, components are large and expensive and after a period of use become worn. An example of such a part is the engine block, in particular the cylinder engine bores, which must withstand explosions during piston firing. Instead of disposing of large engine blocks, remanufacturing has resulted in re-use of the parts by coating them with ****** transferred wire arc spraying (PTWA) Caterpillar known for manufacturing very large industrial trucks and machinery has started such remanufacturing programs of equipment parts using PTWA, resulting in a greener environment. Remanufacturing by recoating of parts is also very popular in the aircraft field, the geothermal pipe field and the automotive engine field.

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Remanufacturing 11707

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If the manufacturer does it's kosher, but if a private party does the exact same thing it's not kosher?

 

Another good question ? I'm sure more info will surface soon.

 

I heard they had a Least 100 11707 that were coated so far and more to follow .

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Another good question ? I'm sure more info will surface soon.

 

I heard they had a Least 100 11707 that were coated so far and more to follow .

 

This is supposed to be a limited production gun, right? Any thoughts on whether this would appreciate in value in the future?

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I'm sure it will but $2400 is the going rate , not sure how much more it will go up not much .

 

But it is 922r compliant and has the full factor tube and fully collapsible factory stock .

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I'm sure it will but $2400 is the going rate , not sure how much more it will go up not much .

 

But it is 922r compliant and has the full factor tube and fully collapsible factory stock .

 

For that kind of money one can buy TWO FN SLP Tactical shotguns.

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EXAMPLE OF REMANUFACTURING BELOW:

 

Remanufacturing by recoating of worn engine parts; many engine parts, components are large and expensive and after a period of use become worn. An example of such a part is the engine block, in particular the cylinder engine bores, which must withstand explosions during piston firing. Instead of disposing of large engine blocks, remanufacturing has resulted in re-use of the parts by coating them with ****** transferred wire arc spraying (PTWA) Caterpillar known for manufacturing very large industrial trucks and machinery has started such remanufacturing programs of equipment parts using PTWA, resulting in a greener environment. Remanufacturing by recoating of parts is also very popular in the aircraft field, the geothermal pipe field and the automotive engine field.

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With a collapsible stock and NP3 coating? Where?

 

I didn't say with a telescoping stock or NP3 coating, I said TWO hi-cap semi-auto TACTICAL shotguns with suitable rails which are not inferior and requiring replacement (and with PG stock, 3 check riser pieces, and 3 different LOP butt pads). The FN SLP is equivalent to the M4 Benelli, and if I did 4473s I would have gotten two for the amount I have in ONE M4 (and not be the least be concerned with 922r compliance). Plus the 22" FN SLP is an EIGHT round magazine, not seven.

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This is supposed to be a limited production gun, right? Any thoughts on whether this would appreciate in value in the future?

 

Observe the M1014. Some people rip others off on them, but they normally go for $12-1400 like any other M4.

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On 02/08/2012 "suthrn" posted picks of his M4 H2O. The heading was " long time lurker first time poste" or something. It was last updated on 2/11/2012 with pics of the gun unassembled. Hope this helps.

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