Mesa Tactical Urbino Stock with Limbsaver Buttpad and Cheek Riser for Benelli M1/M2 (12-GA, Black)
The Urbino Tactical shotgun stock, named after the city in northern Italy where Benelli Armi SpA is headquartered, is a fixed-length shotgun stock made in the USA from injection-molded glass-filled nylon. Developed to meet the needs of law enforcement and military operators, the rugged Urbino Tactical shotgun stock features a "tactical" 12.5" length of pull (LoP), soft urethane rubber grip, optional Limbsaver butt pad, optional adjustable cheek riser and a variety of flexible sling mounting options.
The Urbino Tactical shotgun stock is also comfortable, thus reducing operator fatigue, especially during prolonged training and qualification sessions. The urethane rubber grip is padded at the rear to reduce recoil impact against the web of the operator's hand, and the optional Limbsaver buttpad substantially reduces felt recoil.
The field-adjustable cheek riser was developed to provide superior cheek weld when using optics. The cheekpiece snaps onto rails molded into the sides of specially equipped Urbino stock armatures. In the event of optics failure, the cheek riser can be quickly removed or readjusted to a lower level. Specially-developed Mesa Tactical SureShell shotshell carriers can be fitted to the cheek riser. While rail-equipped Urbino stocks can be used without the cheekpiece, cheek risers cannot be fitted to stocks that do not have the rails.
All Urbino Tactical shotgun stocks include Benelli-style rear sling loops for 1.25" sling webbing. In addition, a hole at the lower rear of the stock accepts QD style sling swivels (not included). Urbino Tactical shotgun stocks can also be fitted with any of a variety of optional steel pocket sling mounts similar to those offered for our Remington telescoping stock adapters. Pocket sling loops, hook loops and push-button sling swivel mounts that fit securely between the Urbino stock and the shotgun receiver.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Awesome Benelli M2 tactical stock
I put this on my M2 that I use for 3 gun. Great Benelli m2 stock looks factory and feels better. But pad clicks into place and allows you to store extra shells in the stock or wrenches or tools or anything else you may want to put in there that will fit and allows easy access.
5 stars after 4 months
Four months and lots of rounds later, I can't imagine shooting the Benelli without the Mesa Urbino stock. Shouldering and overall handling are greatly improved. Cheek riser does work comfortably with or without optics.
Urbino for a Benelli M1
Shortened LOP significantly improves handling, especially for average build shooters. So much better/faster to shoulder than with the OEM stock. An absolute must for the Benelli when wearing body armor. With the HK M1S90 and no optics, you don't need the cheek weld riser, so now you have the ridges on each side for nothing. The rear of the pistol grip is a bit square, but for me wasn't a deal breaker. Lastly, although the fit is excellent, there's a gap between the rear of the trigger guard and the pistol grip that doesn't affect performance but doesn't look good either. This may only be the case for the M1S90 and not the other Benellis. Bottom line: The Mesa Urbino Benelli m1 stock dramatically enhances performance, and that alone makes it worth it.
Perfect fit on my Benelli M2!
Perfect fit on my Benelli M2! I found myself looking at the back of my receiver with the factory Benelli M1 stock. Now with the Mesa Tactical Urbino Stock, I can adjust the comb. It worked perfectly and only took 15 minutes to install.
Mesa Tactical stock, Limbsaver, cheek riser
The stock is mounted on a Benelli M1 Super 90. It feels like a quality piece; sturdy, nicely finished, cheek riser mounts solidly. Could pass for a factory item. The recoil with slugs used to be painful, the Limbsaver pad has cured that. Of course you can feel the recoil, but it is no longer a factor. The cheek riser is in the lowest position and locates the ghost ring sights perfectly. I have read comments regarding the gap between the pistol grip and trigger guard. The largest space (at the bottom of the trigger guard) is about 3/16" and does not detract from the aesthetics of the gun (the gap on the factory stock is close to 1/8"). The middle finger never gets close to the gap. My two criticisms: 1. The pistol grip angle is about 5 degrees more vertical than stock, 2. The M1 receiver is "slabsided" but the stock is designed to mate with the more contoured M2 receiver. Thus, the lower corners of the M1 receiver protrude about 1/8". Not noticeable at a glance, but definitely visible upon closer inspection. Neither of these two items have any operational impact, just minor gripes. The stock is not perfect, but pretty close.
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feels good & looks factory