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Need a pistol style stock for SBE II??

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I have a SBE II that I am wanting to get pistol style butt stock for it and I was wondering where I can get one.

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I used a M1/M3 Pistol grip on mine.

Bought it from another board member, but they're pretty easy to find elsewhere (ebay, gunbroker, etc.)

Just finished the mod this evening.

Drilled a hole for the upper shim stud and fabbed an insert for the slot, since I didn't get one with it.

Brownell's probably has the OEM inserts though.

 

I'll probably order a limbsaver to finish it off.

That Benelli pad seems awful stiff for 3.5's.

 

It's not a pefect fit (note slight gap behind trigger guard), but the turkeys won't mind :D

 

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[ 03-27-2006, 09:25 PM: Message edited by: tucker301 ]

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A STEADY GRIP STOCK FROM BENELLI FOR THE SBEII ONLY COMES IN CAMO.

 

You can get a Benelli steadygrip stock kit in Camo, for the SBEII , new from Mann & Sons Sporting Goods for $150.00. I did have to call Bennelli for the Part number (p/n# 83160).

 

[ 03-28-2006, 06:17 PM: Message edited by: Russ F. ]

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Does anybody even make a pad for the pistol-grip stocks? If so, I would love to get a part number. A shorter pad would be great also. Does Benelli make one ?

 

[ 03-29-2006, 12:39 AM: Message edited by: kengps ]

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Originally posted by tucker301:

I'll probably order a limbsaver to finish it off.

That Benelli pad seems awful stiff for 3.5's.

Yeah, no kidding. I think they cut up old Firestone tires to make those pads! So far I've only been able to find a slip on Limbsaver, but maybe they'll make one to fit in the future.

 

Taking one shot at a time isn't bad, but patterning different 3 1/2" mags leaves a mark.

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