August 2004

20-Gauge Field Shotguns: Franchi Model 48L vs Benelli M1 Super 90

Many shooters donít like the shoulder-popping recoil of a 12-gauge shotgun, so a logical substitute might be a sub-gauge semi-automatic ó such as two Italian imports we tested recently.

Many shooters don’t like the shoulder-popping recoil of a 12-gauge shotgun, so a logical substitute might be a sub-gauge semi-automatic — such as two Italian imports we tested recently.

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