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Author:  hunter789 [ Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:04 am ]
Post subject:  need an advice from shotgun experts and benelli owners

i'm a new on this form and want to say hello to everybody. Here is my question, finally decided to buy a Benelli M2, when I came to the store I looked at a few copies and all the rings that are formed during the transition of nozzles to the barrel these rings(when you peek into the trunk from the end where is choke tubes exist, you can see a circle in place where choke tubes converses in to the barrel and that circle must be ideal) Not perfectly smooth, Well, not that very much But everything still not perfect, now I’m wondering , am i carping to much or is it still benelli bug, Will it later have an impact on pattern or not? Thank you in advance for your attention.

Author:  Curly N [ Sat Aug 03, 2019 8:22 am ]
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hunter789 wrote:
i'm a new on this form and want to say hello to everybody. Here is my question, finally decided to buy a Benelli M2, when I came to the store I looked at a few copies and all the rings that are formed during the transition of nozzles to the barrel these rings(when you peek into the trunk from the end where is choke tubes exist, you can see a circle in place where choke tubes converses in to the barrel and that circle must be ideal) Not perfectly smooth, Well, not that very much But everything still not perfect, now I’m wondering , am i carping to much or is it still benelli bug, Will it later have an impact on pattern or not? Thank you in advance for your attention.

At the transition point from barrel bore to choke bore, the choke bore should be slightly larger than the barrel bore. There can not be any of the choke protruding up into the bore diameter at that transition point. A dented choke skirt or crooked threaded choke threads could cause such a thing and that is a wreck waiting to happen.

Author:  birdhunter39 [ Sat Aug 03, 2019 8:47 am ]
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Yes it's fine. Normal on any gun. As Curly says you can't have the choke tube proud of the bore at the transition.

Author:  hunter789 [ Sat Aug 03, 2019 9:41 am ]
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i'm sorry english is not my native language so..i don't understand is it everything ok with that benelli which i'm talking about or not..if u'd be on my place would you buy this gun?Roughly speaking, this weapon is defective or not?.again i appologise for my english

Author:  reyper [ Sun Aug 04, 2019 2:37 pm ]
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All is good. Buy it and go have some fun. Rey

Author:  hunter789 [ Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:27 am ]
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thanks guys for your attention

Author:  hunter789 [ Wed Aug 21, 2019 4:57 am ]
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guys can anybody help me? i want to find my gun online,i mean the info when it was manufactured how it achieved to my country's gunshope and so on ... thank you in advance

Author:  hunter789 [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:03 am ]
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i am a owner of benelli m2 synthetic and i have a problem with recoil pad i suppose many benelli owners faced to this problem already. case is that after month of usage it bursted and now i'm lookinf for replacement recoil pad.ill be very greatfull if competent people tells me which model to choose, i mean limbsaver recoil pads, there is a 2 models wich are compatible for my shotgun one is (LimbSaver 10401 Precision-Fit Recoil Pad for BENELLI, FRANCHI, STOEGER, etc.) and the second one is (
Limbsaver AirTech Precision-Fit Recoil Pad Benelli 12 Gauge Non-Tactical: 10810) in terms of durability which of them to chose ? thank you in advance

Author:  RandyWakeman [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 5:16 am ]
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There is no difference in durability.

Author:  hunter789 [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 6:21 am ]
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no..i meant compared to benelli m2 factory recoil pad

Author:  RandyWakeman [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 9:06 am ]
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No difference. I've used Limbsaver, factory Benelli, SuperCell, Pachmayr, etc., etc., and there is no difference I've noticed.

Author:  hunter789 [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 9:32 am ]
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is that means i have to buy new recoil pad every 6 month..? so annoying.. thank you randy for your response

Author:  RandyWakeman [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 9:39 am ]
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hunter789 wrote:
i am a owner of benelli m2 synthetic and i have a problem with recoil pad i suppose many benelli owners faced to this problem already. case is that after month of usage it bursted and now i'm lookinf for replacement recoil pad.


I have used a Benelli M2 for the last 10 years and the recoil pad has not "bursted." It is just fine, today. Rubber stuff eventually wears out, but I've not had any problems with factory pads (including Benelli) or aftermarket pads.

Author:  hunter789 [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 9:56 am ]
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what can i say.. i'm not a kind of person who handles weapon roughly.. i just used to lean it on the ground very often, may be that is a reason , but on the other my shotguns i don't have issues like this. the factory pad is made by foam gel to be a soft and reduce recoil i think thats why it is so unstable

Author:  RandyWakeman [ Fri Jan 10, 2020 4:44 pm ]
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Perhaps you just "got a bad one"?

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There's no problems with pads here.

Author:  hunter789 [ Sat Jan 11, 2020 12:50 pm ]
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right.. to hard not to agree with you they all are in very good condition. my pad is similar with second one from the left. thet shotguns all yours? so good view :) is that you famous randy wakeman? just now i've paid attention, i've seen so much your youtube videos :) i'm your subscriber now

Author:  RandyWakeman [ Sat Jan 11, 2020 1:00 pm ]
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hunter789 wrote:
ris that you famous randy wakeman?


Not according to my ex-wife. :shock: :shock: :shock: (That is an American attempt at humor.)

Author:  casonet [ Sat Jan 11, 2020 1:15 pm ]
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The factory recoil pad on my Benelli Legacy 28 ga literally began to fall apart about three years after I purchased it. Chunks and pieces began to come out of it with use. I purchased a replacement from Benelli which cost about $60 as I recall and about a year ago I heard that the company was providing free replacements. Lucky me.

Author:  hunter789 [ Sat Jan 11, 2020 1:18 pm ]
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i'm not an american but, wife is a wife everywhere and especially ex wife's looks like to each other :)i'm very glad to meet you randy and thank you again for your responsibility. i already purchased replacement recoil pad on ebay. it is used but in good condition i hope so. it is for benelli nova

Author:  RandyWakeman [ Sat Jan 11, 2020 1:20 pm ]
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A '6 month pad' is not usual. Why not call Benelli and tell them what happened?

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