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M4 - Mesa Tactical Rear Hook Loop for Urbino Stock - 91820
REAR HOOK LOOP FOR URBINO STOCK FOR BENELLI M4 TACTICAL SHOTGUN (12-GA) - 91820
The Urbino Tactical stock features a Benelli-style rear sling plate for installation of two-point slings. The installation of this component is entirely optional. Unlike the Benelli version, the Mesa Tactical Urbino Tactical stock sling plate accepts US military standard 1¼ inch sling webbing.
The Urbino Tactical stocks include stamped steel sling plates that mimic the factory Benelli rear sling plates. We have produced replacement stampings that feature a circular hook loop instead of the sling loop for use with increasingly popular H&K style (dog leash) sling hooks. These hook loops are stamped steel with a tough mil-spec manganese phosphate finish.
The Urbino rear sling plate is similar to the Benelli factory sling plate. This is simply a stamped steel piece that fits over the end of the recoil spring tube on the inside of the stock, and projects out each side of the stock in dual recesses that can accommodate sling webbing. The Benelli sling plate is for 1” webbing, which is too small for the US military standard of 1¼” webbing.
The Urbino stock’s rear sling plate differs from the Benelli in that it will accommodate 1¼” webbing, and it will not be secured by a nut or a screw at the end of the recoil spring tube. Instead, the sling plate will be moved forward (necessary given the shorter LoP of the Urbino stock) and the central hole in the sling plate made larger to accept the recoil spring tube (not just the threaded stud). If the sling plate is fitted in its slots in the stock before the assembly is slipped over the recoil spring tube, it will be effectively secured in place. No screw or nut will be necessary to hold it, though it might rattle a bit.
The sling plate floats freely in its slot, so it may rattle a little during use. Noise can be mitigated by, for example, applying masking tape to the recoil spring tube or bolt that retains the sling plate, or the sling plate can be left off entirely. Once webbing is installed, there will be little or no noise.
With semi-auto shotguns, plus the Benelli SuperNova, the sling plate will be retained by the recoil spring tube; with the Remington 870, it will be retained by the long bolt that secures the stock to the receiver. This is why the Remington version of the Urbino Tactical stock comes with two sling plates with different sized center holes.
NOTE: Though this sling plate is similar to those found on Benelli shotguns, the Mesa Tactical Stock Mount SureShell Carriers for Benelli (SKUs 91830 and 91840), that normally replace these Benelli sling plates, are not compatible with the Urbino Tactical stock. The method for securing the sling plate is entirely different on the two platforms.
Remington 1100, Remington 11-87
All Mesa Tactical products are made in the USA of high quality materials and include LIFETIME WARRANTY. Mesa Tactical warrants that all products are free from defective material and workmanship and, subject to the conditions set forth below, agrees to repair or replace any part of a product that proves defective by reason of improper workmanship or materials without charge for parts and labor. In no event will Mesa Tactical be liable for damages, lost revenue, lost wages, lost savings or any other incidental or consequential damages arising from purchase, use or inability to use this product. No express or implied warranty is made for Mesa Tactical product damaged by accidents, misuse, natural or personal disaster, or any unauthorized disassembly, repair or modification. Mesa Tactical’s warranty covers only repair or replacement of defective Mesa Tactical products.
PICATINNY RAIL FOR BENELLI M2 TACTICAL SHOTGUN (4½ IN) - 92390
Top mount rails work with Remington, Mossberg and Benelli shotguns that feature factory tapped rail mounting holes in the top of the receiver. All Mesa Tactical Picatinny rails are machined from 6061-T6 aircraft quality aluminum, and finished with mil-spec Type III hard anodizing. Mesa Tactical Picatinny rails include all necessary mounting hardware.
INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
Mesa Tactical has long been a supplier of MIL-STD-1913 (NATO STANAG 4694) Picatinny rails for tactical shotguns. A Picatinny rail for mounting optics or sights is included with every Mesa Tactical High-tube Telescoping Stock Adapter Kit. Additional Picatinny rails are also available for mounting optics and accessories, such as lights and lasers.
All Mesa Tactical Picatinny rails adhere to the MIL-STD 1913 specification for firearm accessory rails. It is machined from 6061-T6 aluminum alloy, then bead blasted and Type III hard anodized for a rugged, flat black finish. Mesa Tactical Picatinny rails include all necessary mounting hardware.
Rails for the Benelli M2 Tactical and Benelli SuperNova Tactical mount just forward of the ghost ring sights, extending to the front of the receiver. Benelli M2 Tactical rails can also be installed on round-top Benelli M1 receivers after drilling and tapping the top of the shotgun receiver with #8-40 threads. Consult a gunsmith.
Top Mount Picatinny Rail (Receiver)
Top mount rails work with Remington, Mossberg and Benelli shotguns that feature factory tapped rail mounting holes in the top of the receiver.
The hardware included with the Remington and Mossberg rails are for pump action shotguns. They can be used with semi-auto versions (Remington 1100 and Remington 11-87, or Mossberg 930) by grinding the fasteners down to the appropriate lengths.
Remington Receiver Saddle Rails
Mesa Tactical Saddle Rails are 6061-T6 aluminum brackets that wrap around the top of the shotgun receiver. The factory trigger pins are replaced by an internally threaded steel pin (in the rear) and paired Chicago screws (up front), to which both sides of the saddle rail are securely bolted.
Remington Side-Mount Rails
Picatinny rail that can be mounted on the right or left side of the Remington 870 and allow a weapon light to be secured behind the ejection port.
Adapter Mount Rails
Adapter Mount Picatinny Rails fasten to the accessory mount points on the sides of Mesa Tactical High-tube telescoping stock adapters, not on the shotgun receiver.
They can also be used on the sides of our Barrel Clamps, Magazine Clamps and clamps used as front mount points for 20 inch and 24 inch rails, which feature the same mounting hole pattern as our stock adapters; or our Picatinny rails for the Kel-Tec KSG shotgun.
Standard profile rails like the Stubby adhere to the minimum height requirement of the MIL-STD-1913 specification, and should not be used for mounting optics with the High-tube AR stock adapters.
Tall profile rails are designed to mount optics for use with High-tube AR Stock Adapters, or to mount accessories slightly away from the receiver when fastened to the AR Stock Adapter side accessory mount points. When used for optics, the elevation of the tall profile rails is similar to that of a flat top AR-15.
Top Mount Picatinny Rails are available for the following 12 gauge shotgun platforms:
92370 Picatinny Rail for Remington (5 in)
92380 Picatinny Rail for Remington (8½ in)
90770 Picatinny Rail for Moss 500 (Standard Profile, 4½ in)
93540 Picatinny Rail for Moss 500 w/ Pic Rail Clamp (12-GA, 20 in)
93550 Picatinny Rail for Moss 500 w/ QD Swivel Clamp (12-GA, 20 in)
92390 Picatinny Rail for Ben M2 Tactical (4½ in)
92400 Picatinny Rail for Ben SuperNova (5½ in)
94500 Picatinny Rail for Kel-Tec KSG (12-GA, 13 in, 18 in Barrel)
Tall profile rails are exclusively for use with Mesa Tactical High-tube AR adapters.
90760 Picatinny Rail for Moss 500 (Tall Profile, 4½ in)
Remove the set screws, if any, from the tapped holes in the top of the shotgun receiver. Store these in a safe place.
Place rail on shotguns receiver so that the holes in the rail line up with the tapped holed in the receiver. Loosely fit the included scres into the holes.
Using the hex or Torx key (included), tighten the screws from the rear of the receiver, moving forward.
It is recommended that you pre-fit the rail to your gun and accessories to the rail before torquing the screws.
Once you are satisfed that everything fits, reassemble the rail to the gun. Torque to 30 inch-pounds (for Remington and Mossberg shotguns) or 18 in-pounds (for Benelli shotguns) and apply a drop of blue Loctite® to each screw before reassembly.
All Mesa Tactical products are made in the USA of high quality materials and include LIFETIME WARRANTY. Mesa Tactical warrants that all products are free from defective material and workmanship and, subject to the conditions set forth below, agrees to repair or replace any part of a product that proves defective by reason of improper workmanship or materials without charge for parts and labor. In no event will Mesa Tactical be liable for damages, lost revenue, lost wages, lost savings or any other incidental or consequential damages arising from purchase, use or inability to use this product. No express or implied warranty is madefor Mesa Tactical product damaged by accidents, misuse, natural or personal disaster, or any unauthorized disassembly, repair or modification. Mesa Tactical’s warranty covers only repair or replacement of defective Mesa Tactical products.
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