ATI Raven Stock & Forend Package For Benelli M4

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posted on May 3, 2013
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ATI (Advanced Technology International) introduces the new Benelli M4 Raven Stock and Forend Package. The stock features an adjustable tension mechanism to increase or decrease the drag of the buttstock along the buffer tube. The receiver mount comes with an optional pivoting sling loop and is precision CNC machined. It installs on the left or right side of the receiver and pivots to sit flush to the receiver when not in use. The Raven Stock and Forend Package also includes a Scorpion Recoil Grip, Scorpion Razorback Recoil Pad, a soft polymer cheekiest, a polymer over-molded forend, magazine tube and a magazine follower. The Benelli M4 Raven Stock and Forend Package has an MSRP of $374.99.

For more about this package watch the video above or go to ATIGunStocks.com.

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