scattergun Posted April 21, 2013 Share Posted April 21, 2013 I have a right shoulder injury that may be permanent after being hit by a car. So, I would like to reduce the felt recoil in my Benelli M1 Super90 (HK, with pistol grip) when I shoot slugs and buckshot. It looks to me like I have 2 options: 1) Replace the factory stock with Mesa Tactical Urbino Tactical Stock System with Limbsaver recoil pad. It is my understanding that that this is made for an M2 but will fit an M1, but not perfectly, leaving the lower edges of the receiver uncovered. I will need to do some filling with epoxy if I want the new stock to fit the receiver closely. Length of pull will be reduced by about 2 inches. 2) Replace the pad on the factory stock with a Limbsaver pad and Noveske "Benelli recoil pad adapter". It looks like I can use a Limbsaver #10111 for a close match or #10540, #10544, or #10541 Grind-to-fit if I want to do some sanding. Can I do the fitting with a handheld belt sander and Dremel tool or do I need a gunsmith for this? Are there any better options? Has anyone done either of these options? Can you offer any advice? Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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