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Does anyone have the factory collapsible stock?
Is it worth the cost?


Yes, I got the stock and correct full tube from Benelli parts. I found the middle position on the collapsible stock is perfect for me. All M4’s have the same metal stock bar under the factory fixed stock, so it’s an easy swap. I could have just bought the replacement non neutered extension, but I didn’t care for how it looked. The gun is heavy, expensive, and hands down the best shotgun I’ve ever owned. My only gripe it the release button is small, I just haven’t gotten around to changing it.


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Posts: 4697 | Location: Celina, TX | Registered: February 07, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Bolo4tom helped me out on the collapsible stock for sale
I bought it and will be putting it on my camo M4
Thx again tom!


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Bolo4tom helped me out on the collapsible stock for sale
I bought it and will be putting it on my camo M4
Thx again tom!


happy to help and glad it worked out..enjoy...and post a pic after its installed.
 
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Does anyone have the factory collapsible stock?
Is it worth the cost?


At one point I had all 3 stocks, I sold the C-stock and the pistol grip is in the safe. The field stock lives on my M4 and probably always will.




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Posts: 9227 | Location: Orlando, Florida | Registered: July 12, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Went with the Mesa Tactical 12". The cheek riser is worthless but the stock itself is decent for the price.
 
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I have a regular M4 and a factory SBS. Collapsible stocks and Aimpoints on both. I love them.
 
Posts: 1277 | Location: MO | Registered: March 22, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I love my M1S90s so I bought two M4 to go with them. Heavy but the best fighting shotgun out there. That said, If I were to do it today, I'd look hard at the new 1301 because my A390s are also rock solid and the A400 system is very similar.
 
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I have the M4 and tactical M2. I can feel/tell that the M2 is lighter; however the M4 doesn't feel heavy to me.

Looks like it is though:

Benelli M4- 7.8lbs
Mossberg 500- 7.5lbs
Remington 870- 7lbs
Benelli M2 tactical- 6.6lbs
Beretta 1301 tactical- 6.4lbs
 
Posts: 266 | Location: St. Augustine, FL | Registered: April 03, 2019Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Love my M-4, mines been reliable with everything i have put into it. Beretta 1301 is also a great shotgun. either on is a solid choice.
 
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My M4 is by far the softest shooting Benelli I’ve ever had. I also have an M1.

I updated my M4 with a titanium mag tube and the parts for 922 compliance. I don’t like the pistol grips on any shotguns. They just don’t fit me right and end up hammering my wrist. So I went looking for a straight stock. After a long search I got one bought (not cheap). But I’ve never looked back.


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M2, M4, 1301, 590A1, Franchi Affinity (basically a M2)… I love my shotguns. If I had to grab one for sport it’d be M2 or Franchi. For defense, it’d be 1301 or 590A1. For fun, always the M4.
 
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