Mesa Tactical offers a shortened length of pull stock, known as the “Urbino” stock, for Benelli, Mossberg, and Remington shotguns. The Urbino stock kit is very popular in our law enforcement market due to the shorter length of pull, allowing the user to wear body armor or bulky clothing without extending their reach.
The reduced length-of-pull (LoP) makes the Urbino the first truly tactical stock for the Benelli M4. The Urbino Tactical stock is durable, easy to shoulder and will not slip.
The Urbino Tactical stock, is a fixed-length pistol grip shotgun stock made from injection-molded glass-filled nylon. Developed to meet the needs of law enforcement and military operators, the rugged Urbino Tactical stock features a 12 1/2″ inch LoP, soft uretahne rubber grip, optional Limbsaver® butt pad, optional adjustable cheek riser and a variety of flexible sling mounting options.
All hardware included, no gunsmithing necessary to install.
- Injection-molded in glass-filled nylon, the stock features a 12 ½” inch length of pull (LoP)
- Shock-absorbing rubber grip sleeve reduces shooter fatigue
- The Limbsaver butt pad is for greater shooting comfort, especially during long training and certification courses
- Includes Benelli-style rear sling loops for 1 1/4 inch sling webbing
- Includes a QD style sling swivel that fits in a hole in the lower rear of the stock
Other DetailsWARRANTY 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. *No export license is required for most international destinations.
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If you are about 5 feet 8 inches or less , you may be finding the M4 stock too long. Replaced it with the mesa one and it’s now perfect. Highly recommended. Thanks Mesa.
The perfect stock for the M4, much easier to maneuver than the factory stock. Well worth it and easy to install.
Perfect for my Benelli M4
I have a Benelli M4 clone made by Panzer from Turkey. The URBINO stock fits great without any modifications. The hardest part is removing the Panzer M4 stock. Panzer uses a 6mm metric allen screw. I used a 6mm allen socket with a 6" extension. The 6mm will be reused to attach the URBINO stock. This shorter URBINO shock with the "Limbsaver" sure make my gun so much more shoutable / comfortable.
It fit perfect better than the orig my customer was very happy
This is a great stock! It is very well made and the reduced length versus the OEM stock makes it easier to handle the gun. The only issue I encountered was that the stock needed additional clearance so that it would accept the tang of the trigger guard. Apparently, Benelli changed the trigger guard from aluminum to polymer and in doing so changed the dimension of the tang. I just clamped the stock in a vise and used my Dremel to grind out the space where the tang fits.
The fit and finish of the Mesa stock was perfect! All sling attachments included! The game changer is the fact that even with the Limbsaver it’s over two inches shorter then the OEM stock from Benelli!! Great work Mesa Tactical!!
Nice stock, solid build. Extra soft butt-pad, reduced length of pull. Lot of sling mount options... all good reasons to buy this stock. One request:... let the Benelli M4 users know that the rear tang of the trigger assembly will "APPEAR TO NOT FIT AT FIRST, but that with some additional persuasion , the stock will form around the tang. My recommendation: BEFORE installing the stock, with the trigger housing removed from the receiver, push the rear tang of the trigger assembly into the cavity in the stock (where it will ride when installed) to pre-form the stock to accept the tang. It will be hard at 1st, but after a few pushes, the stock will start to accept the tang, and then the trigger assembly and be re-installed in to the receiver, and then the stock can be installed on the receiver.