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Benelli Mag extension

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by The Deer Hunter, Sep 23, 2006.

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  1. The Deer Hunter

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    Does anyone know where i could get a mag extension for my M1-S90?

    I have a 28" barrel and im looking for the biggest extension i can get.
     
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    I cant figure out why they are so expencive.

    I could probably have someone in the metal fab. shop/ machine shop in my school make one for me.
     
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    Are you going bowling pin shooting? Serious home defense?
    All in all, it's a lot cheaper to buy an older 1100 and go crazy with it. A +5 extension for the Remington will run you about $45, plus the variety of accessories is definately more on the 1100s side than the Benellis. Plus, I'd feel a lot less pain if my 1100 hit the deck at a shoot. Something to consider.
     
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    o snaP!

    Thanks
     
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    The long mag shown is the OE one used for the M1Super90 Practical which I think has been discontinued. Increased capacity to 9+1 with 2¾". You might still be able to find one floating around, not sure if Benelli sells them anymore. The best thing about the OE Benelli mags is that they have that stepped ring that the barrel/mag clamp attaches to and prevents it from sliding forward under recoil, a problem with some smooth surfaced extended aftermarket mags.

    The Practical mag is still sold overseas, though.
     
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