On Orders Of $200
Shotgun Oversize Bolt Release
Fits on Benelli and any other shotgun that has a similar bolt release button.
Made of aircraft grade aluminum with mil spec hard anodizing.
Designed to be big enough to easily and quickly release the bolt in the heat of competition but not be too big to get caught on things on a defensive tactical shotgun.
You never want to run your shotgun dry during a match, but if you do, this part can help you get back into action as fast as possible.
Extensive testing of prototypes as well as previously existing bolt releases has proven this design to be perfect in size and dimension.
Drilling and tapping required (5/40 tap, #38 drill). The TTI Oversized Bolt Release has already proven itself by winning all major divisions at the 3-Gun Nationals in 2013 as well as the 3-Gun Nation Championship.
Used and trusted by the best 3-Gunners on Earth:
Keith Garcia, Nils Jonasson, Jesse Duff, Katie Harris, Clint Upchurch, Rob Romero, Jansen Jones, Randi Rogers, Kurt Miller, Todd Jarrett, Chuck Anderson, Burton Thompson, Chris Sechiatano, Tori Nonaka, , Allie Barrett, Blake Miguez, and the Taranator. I
High speed stuff!
Posted by Unknown on Feb 7th 2017
Great product, makes reloads super fast and second nature. Going to install on all my Benellis!
Posted by Brent on Nov 28th 2016
Great quality, perfect size. Other oversize knobs I looked at on the market were just too big for my preference. This one is perfect, works great. The screw included is 5-40 size. You'll need a 5-40 tap and a #38 drill bit.
Easy to find in a hurry
Posted by Doug on Nov 10th 2016
I installed this onto an FNH competition shotgun. Yes, you are required to drill and tap your original release button, which can be a bit unsettling at first, but once you get it all apart you'll find it to be quite easy. MUCH easier than opening a loading port. Once installed, your hand finds it very easily under pressure, the extra leverage means less effort, becomes very natural. If your factory button is domed, this probably won't work, if it's flat, will work on just about any shotgun. Great idea!
read: drilling and tapping required!
Posted by Gary Duggan on Jun 9th 2016
I didn't read that drilling and tapping were required for installation of this. i'm not a gunsmith, so had the extra cost for that. (I think it should come with a replacement pre drilled and tapped button). Otherwise, it makes it much easier to close the bolt in a hurry without having to physically look for that damn little button.