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Milspec

Which mag tube? FFT or CC?

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I like carrier comps price better but I am not a fan of cerakote finishes.

Which tube do most people prefer?

 

 

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CC... they do a fantastic cerakote...  Otherwise you can go for the "muted" finish if you want to avoid cerakote altogether

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I have a FFT NP3 plated tube. Back when I bought my H20 model they were the only people providing that finish. It has been fine all these years.

CC makes a superlative product according to reviews but, you'll have to wait out a few moons before you get it.

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The color match is better on the carriercomp tubes. Carriercomp tunes are cheaper. FFT often has wait times lately too. 

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1 hour ago, StrangerDanger said:

The color match is better on the carriercomp tubes. Carriercomp tunes are cheaper. FFT often has wait times lately too. 

Thanks for the insight.  I’ll have to give it consideration.  In the past I haven’t had very good luck with the durability of cerakote.

It would be nice if CC offered a tube without the spring upgrade.  I have other plans for that.

i like the idea of the OEM Benelli tube but the weight savings of Titanium is attractive.  Not to mention it counts as a 922r part.

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The cerakote carriercomp applies does extremely well. I've never seen any scuffs or de-lamination. I'd go with the carriercomp hands down over any other option. Keep the spring as a spare as Scout stated.

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Great testimonials.  I may place an order with carriercomp then.  It looks like they are available on the website.

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I really liked Daves Metal works. I think he is only asking 90 bucks for a 7 rnd tube. Its metal, but strong. 

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