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Discussion in 'Shooting - Reloading Forum' started by Danketch71, Jan 1, 2021.
Cerakoting costs $150-200 in most places and will make it bulletproof.
My LH M2 twenty gauge post Cerakoting.
I like the gray cerakote looks good
Super Vinci is my favorite Benelli of all time, and I’ve had/have a few...
Prefer 7/8oz 2 3/4" steel 5s, either Kent's Upland Steel or Rio's, but I'm not nearly so fussy about what I shoot as where. Like making birds do it right.
This may be my other option. If I get an M2, cerakote it. I have done oven cure cerakote on a few guns, but never did an air cure cerakote yet (would need to for barrel bc of length, unless I rigged up an oven for it).
Appreciate everybody's input. I did go to Dick's (and found some Hevi-Metals!) and messed with the M2 and SBE for a bit. They didn't have any Franchi's at this one.
Been walking a bit in the woods by the house for Grouse. Made the mistake of carrying the SBE3 one of those times...wont do that again. Back to the M2 20. Love that little gun.
Many people erroneously believe that because Beretta, Benelli, Stoeger, and Franchi brands are owned by the same company (Beretta Holding), they are build to the same standards in the same factory.
Wind' is right; they are not.
Its the titanium color palate.
Uh, I don't get many opportunities to challenge you on misused words, JP, but the one you were probably looking for above is "palette".