Mesa Tactical SureShell Carrier and Rail - Benelli M4 - 6-Shell - 12 ga

Manufactured by Mesa Tactical
SKU: 90880
MPN: 90880
Manufactured by Mesa Tactical
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Mesa Tactical offers high quality tactical accessories and gear to law enforcement, the military and civilian shooters. They specialize exclusively in enhancements for the tactical shotgun resulting in a line of unique, professional-grade products that continues to expand in new and interesting directions.

SureShell Carriers are milled from 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum, then bead blasted and MIL-SPEC hardcoat anodized for a rugged, corrosion resistant finish. They are secured to application-specific brackets, and include high temperature adhesive-backed die-cut rubber gaskets to protect the host shotgun’s finish.

  • Compatible with Benelli M4 shotguns
  • 5.5” Picatinny rail
  • 6-shell capacity
  • Accepts 12-gauge shotgun shells
  • 6061-T6 aluminum yoke and backing plate
  • Santoprene elastomer tubes
  • Chicago screws
  • Adhesive-backed rubber gasket
  • Lifetime warranty
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BrandMesa Tactical
Caliber Gauge12 Gauge
PlatformBenelli Shotguns
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Decently built but one flaw

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Overall this is an excellent side saddle and the instructions are well written in a high quality paper manual. It includes a thin rubber pad to reduce scuffing the side of the receiver and two different hardness rubber tubes to give you the best tension of the shells in the carrier.

However on the one sent to me I had an issue with one of the holes being drill a touch too deep leading to the screw contacting the barrel extension. This lead to drag on the bolt head and carrier causing it to stick in the rearward position and requiring a hard slap to send forward. Took me a few minutes to figure out what was going on and file the offending screw a touch to stop the contact inside the receiver.