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Congrats, sweet build.

Just curious about your trigger; did Briley comment regarding compatibility of your FFT/ Wolff spring kit with their match parts ? Wondering how if your springs changed the performance of their tune at all. 

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21 minutes ago, 03svt said:

Congrats, sweet build.

Just curious about your trigger; did Briley comment regarding compatibility of your FFT/ Wolff spring kit with their match parts ? Wondering how if your springs changed the performance of their tune at all. 

They did not.

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Clean build, came out great! What did you machine the tailcap with? It looks a little rough?

 

You can also delete the iron sights to cut weight and declutter your optic's field of view.

 

Modlite has a replacement lamp head that is significantly brighter than the Surefire M600DF. The PLHv2 would fit the shotgun the best. It will drop right in on that Modlite body.

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29 minutes ago, 03svt said:

Congrats, sweet build.

Just curious about your trigger; did Briley comment regarding compatibility of your FFT/ Wolff spring kit with their match parts ? Wondering how if your springs changed the performance of their tune at all. 

Given that the FFT trigger pack spring kit is factory weight, I don't think it will have any effect.

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1 minute ago, StrangerDanger said:

Clean build, came out great! What did you machine the tailcap with? It looks a little rough?

 

You can also delete the iron sights to cut weight and declutter your optic's field of view.

 

Modlite has a replacement lamp head that is significantly brighter than the Surefire M600DF. The PLHv2 would fit the shotgun the best. It will drop right in on that Modlite body.

I had a coworker do it and they used whatever was available in their shop. Yeah it's definitely rough, but it'll suffice.

I've been debating whether or not I want to keep the iron sights on. I haven't shot it much and I'd like to practice using both the red dot and the iron sights.

Thanks for the light head suggestion. I'll check it out at some point.

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43 minutes ago, StrangerDanger said:

Do you think it would be possible to clean it up on the lathe? I'd run it on the lathe if interested. Or if you want to send another Z68.

I appreciate the offer. I'll think about it.

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4 hours ago, Outlawyer said:

Can you share impressions on Briley trigger?  
 

Would you change trigger again or leave stock?  
 

thx. 

I like the Briley more than the stock. Has a lighter trigger pull.

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@Camp Stamp nice build.

I am planning to send my trigger assembly to Briley as well. 
Did you have them do all the trigger assembly mods while it was there?

Trigger Guard , safety, extended carrier, Wolf springs while doing their trigger?

@StrangerDanger In regards to the Wolf springs, what, if any, is the benefit over the OEM Benelli ones?  Not sure I have read anything on OEM issues. 

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7 hours ago, RAIII said:

@Camp Stamp nice build.

I am planning to send my trigger assembly to Briley as well. 
Did you have them do all the trigger assembly mods while it was there?

Trigger Guard , safety, extended carrier, Wolf springs while doing their trigger?

@StrangerDanger In regards to the Wolf springs, what, if any, is the benefit over the OEM Benelli ones?  Not sure I have read anything on OEM issues. 

The Wolff trigger pack springs are the same weight as factory. Wolff makes better springs than the factory sources. They don't take a set as quick as the OEM ones doe. The carriercomp/Wolff magazine spring is the best option out there for the M4 for many of those reasons. The oem magazine spring is hot garbage.

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