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FOR SALE: Benelli M4 model 11721 " Law Enforcement" as new, with the box


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IMHO, you have decreased the value of the "real" LE model by adding the CC tube, G-hammer and FFT fore end... it is no longer a "real" LE model. 922r says nothing about owning the weapon, just assembling the weapon and Benelli did that with the LE model. There is nothing that I know of that keeps a civilian from owning the LE model (dependent of course that you don't live in a restricted area such as Kalipornia). I'm not saying that any of the changes you have made are bad, but you have turned your shotgun into an LE model clone, no different than any other C-stock, extended mag, hammer swapped model with an aftermarket stock-clone fore end, except, of course, for the sticker on the box.

 

Maybe if you still have the original parts to go along with it or if you change the title to an "upgraded M4" instead of a "real LE model", you will sell it for your asking price.

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I think the value still retains in the receiver itself, where it is visibly marked "m4 L.E." But not many folks understand how rare and unusual those little two markings make. (some reason the forums wont let me insert a paragraph break?!) In regards to the aftermarket parts, you can always revert to the factory parts for those choosing nostalgia over performance.

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imho, you have decreased the value of the "real" le model by adding the cc tube, g-hammer and fft fore end... It is no longer a "real" le model. 922r says nothing about owning the weapon, just assembling the weapon and benelli did that with the le model. There is nothing that i know of that keeps a civilian from owning the le model (dependent of course that you don't live in a restricted area such as kalipornia). I'm not saying that any of the changes you have made are bad, but you have turned your shotgun into an le model clone, no different than any other c-stock, extended mag, hammer swapped model with an aftermarket stock-clone fore end, except, of course, for the sticker on the box.

 

Maybe if you still have the original parts to go along with it or if you change the title to an "upgraded m4" instead of a "real le model", you will sell it for your asking price.

 

this! . . . .

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The value is in the receiver, box, and stickers all matching. I have and am sending all of the original parts to whom ever buys the gun. However, some people do not understand that it "is" legal for a civilian to own in the original configuration, so I thought I would make it legally acceptable, by making it 922r compliant, for anyone that was interested, regardless of their belief. It has already gone to auction and has been bid on so someone will receive an extremely nice. rare, and collectable shotgun.
I do not believe that the OEM components can be put back on the shotgun by the new owner as it would then no longer be 922r compliant - it has been modified and sold as such, and they would be modifying/assembling the shotgun again, this time with the imported parts. Assembling the weapon is the no no with 922r. Obviously that would be up to the interpretation of the particular ATF branch closest to the new owner... At any rate, GLWS. I hope it meets your reserve price and the new owner enjoys it.
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