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Benelli M4 C-Stop limbsaver

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Hello all,

 

I'm thinking of replacing the stock buttpad on the stock with limbsaver, I went to limbsaver website and I was wondering model 10810 will fit on the M4.

 

Thanks

 

edit: meant to type c-stock in the title.

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Lol, now I'm even more confused. The reason why I'd like to get limbsaver 10810 is because it seems that it can reduce the recoil a bit more, perhaps with the newer design. So if it also fits, then my plan is to buy that.

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The noveske plate 'doesn't work' on the c stock because you can't fully collapse the stock with it. When collapsed, the recoil spring tube extends into the oem pad slightly and the noveske plate prevents this from happening. If you don't mind not being able to fully collapse the stock, it will work.

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The noveske plate 'doesn't work' on the c stock because you can't fully collapse the stock with it. When collapsed, the recoil spring tube extends into the oem pad slightly and the noveske plate prevents this from happening. If you don't mind not being able to fully collapse the stock, it will work.

 

Bloody brilliant, this will be great news to Californians.

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The noveske plate 'doesn't work' on the c stock because you can't fully collapse the stock with it. When collapsed, the recoil spring tube extends into the oem pad slightly and the noveske plate prevents this from happening. If you don't mind not being able to fully collapse the stock, it will work.

 

Which means that if one have a collapsible-stock, there is no limbsaver that will fit since the adapter does not fully function?

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Which means that if one have a collapsible-stock, there is no limbsaver that will fit since the adapter does not fully function?
to my knowledge, the only limb saver pad that works with no modification to pad or shotgun is a slip-on version.

 

I spent a fair bit of time trying to adapt the noveske plate so that it would work, but did not succeed. If I had a better metal working shop, I think it would be possible to create a plate that works and allows the stock to collapse.

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Send ADCO an email and ask them if they could find a way to adapt the plate to work with your stock. It shouldn't cost too much if they can/willing and you might mention there's probably a market for a half-dozen or dozen more at least

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Send ADCO an email and ask them if they could find a way to adapt the plate to work with your stock. It shouldn't cost too much if they can/willing and you might mention there's probably a market for a half-dozen or dozen more at least

 

I will try that.

 

A side note, why doesn't limbsaver just make the stock work with benelli m4 instead of having this complicated thrid party adapter?

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I will try that.

 

A side note, why doesn't limbsaver just make the stock work with benelli m4 instead of having this complicated thrid party adapter?

 

While you're at it, maybe you could ask Benelli why they don't make a few more barrels (longer) for the M4.

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size small fits perfect over the factory pad

 

From your experience, does the small size slip-on pad move from side to side, or is it sturdy?

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Here is a couple pics of the limbsaver attached to the C-stock on the benelli M4. Makes a big difference on recoil

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overall view

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side view

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You can see the mounting details by searching "Benelli M4 review, modifications and comparison....." thru google for my thread. Unfortunatly, this forum does not lend itself for DIY type threads due to limiting the # of pictures, so I had to post my M4 build on other sites.

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Keith, does this look like the same adapter you installed? For some reason it looks like yours has sunken screw holes for mounting to the stock but this one doesn't

 

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/244353/noveske-benelli-m1-m4-aftermarket-recoil-pad-adapter-plate-aluminum-black?cm_vc=ProductFinding

 

Its the same oneThere just showing the back side I have that one from midway.

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