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I'm looking for an ATI Raven Adjustable Stock and Forend Package for my Benelli M4. 

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27 minutes ago, DFSDAD said:

I'm looking for an ATI Raven Adjustable Stock and Forend Package for my Benelli M4. 

I believe they have been out of production for a few years now.  I personally haven't seen any come up for sale.  From all the past reviews, the ATI package was of pretty poor quality. You might be better served with sticking to an OEM collapsible stock. Just saying... Good luck in the search though!

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12 minutes ago, MNtadpole said:

I believe they have been out of production for a few years now.  I personally haven't seen any come up for sale.  From all the past reviews, the ATI package was of pretty poor quality. You might be better served with sticking to an OEM collapsible stock. Just saying... Good luck in the search though!

Thanks MNtadpole...After posting, I started looking at some reviews and couldn't find anything good about that package. Are there any US made collapsible stocks you'd recommend?

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@DFSDAD I bought an OEM collapsible Benelli stock. Personally, I liked the iconic look, but I didn't like price. I remember hearing something about Promag making them at some point...but it looks like they might have stopped production as well.  

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I had an ATI stock (one of the first built).  The rubber on the original cheek piece started to de-laminate and they replaced it for me.  I haven't had any issues with it and only bought OEM as it was my first choice (unobtainable at the time).

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Yeah skip that ATI stock and try to avoid paying $900 for c-stock like I saw on gunbroker recently

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Somewhere on this site is a post from a rep from ATI bitching me out for telling the truth about their stock. 😆

You’ll add pounds of weight to the M4 only to have the rubberized parts delaminates from the cheap plastic parts inside your climate controlled safe.

 

I recall offering to give them an unbiased opinion of the setup, then return it to them so it didn’t seem like I was benefitting from the review. 

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It's kind of a shame.  Although I really like the classic looks of the OEM equipment, I think a quality alternative furniture kit would be pretty cool.  

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I bought a used ATI package for my M4. The stock was too heavy, the tube only added one round, and the tri-rail would not stay tight.  The only parts I have kept, and still use, are the forend and heat shield. If you can find these, buy them.

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DFSDAD, I'm curious what you decided on.  Were you able to find another company who makes a decent collapsible stock?

I'm in the same boat as well.  

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Doostur...I decided to forgo the collapsible stock for now and purchased a Mesa Urbino from Botach.com. 

Hope I made the right choice. 😜

 

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13 hours ago, DFSDAD said:

Doostur...I decided to forgo the collapsible stock for now and purchased a Mesa Urbino from Botach.com. 

Hope I made the right choice. 😜

  

Thanks for the info.  I will look into it as well.  

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