Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by Blitzkrieg, Nov 1, 2012.
"FN SLP: War Ready" by Nutnfancy - YouTube
Is it lighter than an M4 Benelli? The M4 is great, only complaint is the weight.
Love FN products. I have a patch that says "IT'S FN AWESOME"
Don't know about weight of the M4 (the MK 1 is 8.2 lbs) but it is more reliable with a variety of shells.. I never even installed the heavy piston and not one failure in 500 rds of all sorts of shells.. and with my handloaded slugs it's good to 125 yards at least
Comes from FN with a nice plastic hardcase, big enough for two long guns
Mods I have done are
Tac Star Sidesaddle
Nordic oversized fluted bolt release
Nordic oversized bolt release
Otis 2 shell elastic/velcro shell holder mounted just forward of the chamber
Rail for a light (Procyon strobe) that replaced the forward swivel, has a swivel mount on the rail
Uncle Mikes 3 point nylon sling
New dedicated Hoppes cleaning kit and a bore snake
1K S & B 12 pellet 00 buck, which are longer than 2 and 3/4 so only 7 of those bad boys fit in the magazine
For serious deployment I have several SKS chest pouches loaded with buck and slugs, and will use those to reload the USGI 12 GA shell belt pouch, which is generally where the reloads will come from. I'm also planning a steel heat shield, for my normal reloading technique they are needed. I totally agree with NutN that this shottie is frackin awesome. I'm in love
I love mine. I just added a Mesa 6 shell holder to the side of the receiver and am hoping to get a Nordic bolt handle soon.
The bolt handle does not require smithing but the bolt release does, basically tapping one hole
How could anyone not love that slender beast?
I'm still stuck in the stone age with a Remington 870P...
I have a Remington 1187 police that runs like top, never any issues.
That's a sweet Boom Stick! To rich for my blood though, and I know myself, I'd be spending the grocery money to feed the rapid fireing little thing! Always been a fan of auto loading shotguns. Lucky devils!!!
See you in Salem tomorrow!
This one's not too heavy at all. :thumbup:
People actually use nutnfancy for reference?.
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