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WTB WTT Benelli parts.

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Hello folks, I am searching for some used parts as follows:

 

M4 Follower

M2 Red anodized Follower

M2 Tap'd receiver plastic plugs

M4 shell lifter

M4 mag cap

M4 hammer

Rear ghost ring sight receiver screws (LPA)

 

I have some stuff to trade for here.

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The screws to the rear sight are expensive. I had to buy a set from Numrich since the tips broke on mine during the rear sight removal. No idea why they broke. They were still usable, but I opted to replace them anyway. I believe Brownells carries the screws now too.

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The screw slot? What kind of screw drivers are you using? The fixed blade Brownells set had a perfect size for this screw. Blade width and blade diameter are perfect. I recall it wasn't as hard as I was expecting to get them out. I figured they were locktited in place and providing only a flat head for torque was scary.

 

On mine, those concaved shaped tips cracked off during disassembly. No idea why.

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Just Me using the WRONG tools for the job. I could likely make a pair for less than the price from Numrich's.

 

I will eventually order everything from Brownell's as you have done.

 

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On the M2, the screws go in thru the top? On the M4 they go in from inside the receiver and have a little lock washer on each fastener.

 

I set set up a couple divider boxes with spare parts for the M4. Mainly pins, springs and small parts. The kit is lacking some important pieces like gas pistons due to the ridiculous cost.

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Yeah, the M1, M3, and M2 has the screws on top of the receiver. I have never removed the ghost ring on my M1014, but the M1 and m3 were easy to remove. It was just this M2 that was giving me trouble.

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Seems the M4 is a stronger design. Since the fasteners aren't being held by aluminum threads. The M4's screw into the steel base of the LPA housing.

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