Mesa Tactical Truckee Forend for Benelli M4 12GA MLok 8.5"

Regular Price: $100.00
Our Price: $90.00
SKU: MESA-95700
MPN: 95700
UPC: 878405005254
In stock
as of 02/02/2023 2:40PM CST


Store Inventory
Available Online1
Fountain Valley, CAOut of stock
The Colony, TX1


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The Mesa tactical Truckee Forend fills the requirement for Benelli M4 owners to wish to add weapon lights or accessories to their forend. The Truckee forend uses industry standard M-LOK mounting points and is machined from 6061 heat treated aluminum. Installation only takes a few seconds for the 8.5" version, while the 11" version requires removal of the front sling point.

Features
Made from 6061-T6 aluminum and high temperature glass-filled nylon polymer endcaps.
Industry standard M-LOK slots can accept Picatinny rail sections as well as other M-LOK mounts and accessories. M-LOK points at 3,  6 and 9 o'clock positions.
Replacement forend counts as one US-made part for compliance with Federal law 18 U.S.C. § 922(r), if necessary.
Installs in seconds; stays on the barrel when the weapon is stripped for cleaning, but can be easily removed, at the bench or in the field, if access to the gas system is desired.
No tools required for installation or removal.
8½ inch Truckee forend can be installed on any Benelli M4 shotgun.
 
 


Customer Reviews

(2.00)stars out of 5
# of Ratings: 1
1. on 7/20/2022, said:
2 stars out of 5
I really looked forward to installing this on my Benelli M4. Its a great concept, and it feels well made so I gave it 2 stars. Unfortunately there is a small bit of play in it with a twisting or rotational motion. I was told by Mesa Tactical that is normal. Maybe others don't mind, but I don't like the feeling of play in the forend. It feels cheap and if I'm going to mount stuff on it I want it to be solid. It was a waste of $100 because Rifle Gear wouldn't accept the return
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