:withstupid: However, I do find a difference in felt recoil with the comfort tech stock. Mostly the pad and not so much the stock I think, although I haven't been able to compare the M1 with real heavy loads and I think that’s where you get the effect of the stock flexing if it works. The M2 with heavy loads is really much easier to shoot than I ever imagined. I just got done setting it up and testing it with turkey loads and I was surprised how nice it was to shoot. I have had my M2 for about two months now. I have shot crows, turkey and a lot of targets with it. It is my all time favorite auto so far. I like it much better than my Beretta and Remington auto's. It feels light and has great balance, handling, and fits perfect. It is the most natural shooting gun I have picked up in quite a while. Feels a lot like a nice O/U or a 20 ga. The M2 with the new stock fits me better than the M1. If the M1 fit better I would consider one given there are some really good deals on them around. On unexpected feature I would never have considered is the trigger. Mine is actually the best factory triggers of any shotgun I have ever owned. I am thinking about a slug barrel even though I have several very nice slug guns. The M2 just feels like it would be a great handling slug gun and the raised comb feature would be very nice. I highly recommend it.
More ammo! I need to shoot something!