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Benelli Supernova Tactical LE telescopic stock OR pistol grip stock swap to comfortech. What parts are needed?


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Hi all, I recently bought a supernova tactical 14.5" with telescopic stock and because I installed a RDS onto the rail, I am looking to swap over to a comfortech stock with raised combs for better head position. 

I received the stock today but realize it does not come with the hardware necessary to install it. Has anyone here with the supernova tactical with pistol grip or telescopic stock swapped over to the comfortech? is the bolt used on the pistol grip the same as the one used for the comfortech? If so does anyone know the part number for said bolt? the parts list does not even show the bolt for the tactical model. In this youtube video, it clearly shows the mentioned bolt with a washer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtoIlNy-KXA&ab_channel=barakuna when the guy removed his pistol grip to install the telescopic. 

Looking at the supernova schematic, it seems like the non-tactical versions use a stock retaining screw that screws into the recoil spring tube which also sticks through a fixing plate that and secured with a retaining nut and washer while the supernova tactical has a stock retaining bolt and washer that inserts from the back of the stock through a plate and screws into the stock tube. nova-supernova_Page_30.thumb.jpg.80d131cb213393cfb8dd9334b35d4680.jpg


For the comfortech tactical model, are there any plates and shims used as a factory setting? 

A huge favor to ask of any supernova tactical owners with comfortech stock, are you able to disassemble the stock part and take pictures of all the mounting hardware (shims, bolts, plates, etc) or better yet, record a video of the disassembly?

I'm assuming I'll at the very least need the stock supernova shim kit (PN 61194) for the locking plate at the very least, then try to obtain the stock retaining bolt with elastic washer that threads into the stock tube. Any information and/or pictures/videos would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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