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The TTI Benelli Ultimate Reduced-Power Buffer Spring is designed for fast follow-up shots and double-taps with reduced-power slugs, buckshot, and birdshot.
It also cycles full-power ammunition reliable.
*Each Buffer spring includes a C-clip*
*Taran Tactical recommends that you go to a certified gunsmith or Glock armorer for installation*
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Easy and effective
Posted by Mike B on Sep 28th 2020
I purchased this for my Benelli M2 Tactical. I was having problems with lower power shells cycling. That isn't Benelli's fault, it's in the specs and they tell you that in the manual,
However I wanted to be able to use 2 3/4 shells without worrying about weight and velocity. This shotgun is for home defense purposes so realistically any 2 3/4 inch shell will fit my intended purpose.
Went to the range today and ammo that previously hung up worked just fine. I went through a few rounds to get everything loosened up and after that I went through 20 rounds with no problems at all. I also used some ammo meeting Benelli's specs and everything worked great.
Trigger pull and recoil were fine. This installed easily and worked right away.
Good for reduced recoil
Posted by Jon on Aug 25th 2020
My 14” Benelli M1 Super 90 SBS would short stroke with 1145fps Reduced Recoil Federal Flight Control 00 buckshot loads using the factory spring, but it cycles normally with the reduced power TTI spring.
Taran Tactical RPBS
Posted by Eric on May 14th 2018
Awesome product...Easy to install...
Nice spring upgrade
Posted by Todd on Jan 8th 2018
Very easy to install and works well. Trigger feel after install on my M1 Super90 was just slightly better.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 8th 2016
I replaced the buffer spring in my Super Black Eagle with the Taran Tactical RPBS and love it. I had been having occasional stove pipes and failures to feed when shooting skeet and Dove loads. So far the TTI RPBS has functioned flawlessly. There is a Ytube by BullittMcQueen showing how to replace the spring.