Benelli M4/1014 Clones

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Benelli M4/1014 Clones

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Anyone know anything about some of these Benelli M4/1014 clones. I have seen them put out by a few companies
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most of those Turkish guns are junk and there are no replacement parts if that helps make your decision, we have several not the M4 clones ( but the Turkish knock offs ) with busted mag tubes, handguards, ...just critical parts in general that cripple the gun and make it un usable...
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rentprop1 wrote: Thu Oct 28, 2021 3:29 pm most of those Turkish guns are junk and there are no replacement parts if that helps make your decision, we have several not the M4 clones ( but the Turkish knock offs ) with busted mag tubes, handguards, ...just critical parts in general that cripple the gun and make it un usable...
thats what i was curious about... more specific the SDS guns but wondered if quality was an issue. They claim compatible with the M1014 benelli parts
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Re compatibility: I would say that's a marketing scheme and until someone can verify that 100%, take that with a grain of salt.
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I am jonesing for a new shotgun myself and put some thought into the inexpensive AR style turkish offerings but took a pass because of the lack of parts available and long term reliability results. I'm saving up for a nice one at this point, the buy once/cry once principal. I resigned myself to having to deal with my older Mossy 500 pump until I have enough cash set aside. The Benelli 1014 and Beretta 1301 are both at the top of my wish list and they're not cheap.
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lighteye wrote: Tue Nov 16, 2021 5:56 pm I am jonesing for a new shotgun myself and put some thought into the inexpensive AR style turkish offerings but took a pass because of the lack of parts available and long term reliability results. I'm saving up for a nice one at this point, the buy once/cry once principal. I resigned myself to having to deal with my older Mossy 500 pump until I have enough cash set aside. The Benelli 1014 and Beretta 1301 are both at the top of my wish list and they're not cheap.
I picked up a factory midnight bronze Benelli M1014 about a year ago for a steal and it really is an amazing firearm! I've got a Remington 1187 Police that I love as well, but the 1014 is next level. Only thing that gets more looks at the range than that is my Vepr 12 sidefolder. People always stop to ask me about it.
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