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Benelli Semi-Auto Bolt Sensitivity?

Discussion in 'Tactical Shotguns' started by rml, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. rml

    rml

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    just got my M4. would the M4 be harmed in any way if, without any shells, dummy or otherwise), i rack the bolt and let it go freely? or if the bolt locks due to an empty magazine, i press the bolt release without loading anything?

    also, would dryfiring harm an M4? thanks.
     

  2. rml

    rml

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    finally! thanks 02! any other member who wants to add anything?
     
  3. TrooperBrian

    TrooperBrian

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    I would never buy a firearm I could damage by being rough on it or dry firing. And with the quality of the Benelli, I'm sure you'll have zero problems.
     
  4. GearGuru

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    If so my M1 would have died years ago, have at it....
     
  5. whoever

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    No, and No. There's probably very little you can do to hurt your M4 accidentally.
     
  6. Glocker08

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    Hurt an M4 ?:rofl:
     
  7. rml

    rml

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    I DIDN'T SAY "HURT"!:steamed: i said "harm" :tongueout:

    give me a break, this is my first SG and i don't wanna destroy it just by being ignorant :dunno:
     
  8. Glocker08

    Glocker08

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    Ha ha, just joshin' with ya bud. :wavey: Hurt,harm,same thing. :tongueout:

    Heck, I'm envious. I'd love to have an M4, just can't afford one.(right now)

    Congrats !
     
  9. rml

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  10. hardeyes

    hardeyes

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    Hello;

    I've been a Benelli owner for sometime now, and they (IMO) have always put out a quality product.

    You're SG was made to run & perform, As long as you maintain it, it will give you many years of service. Everything your doing is fine. No need to worry.

    hardeyes