Gun Report

Benelli Super Black Eagle II No. 10016 12 Gauge

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The SBE II featured the highest price tag of the trio, but its performance, comfort and versatility put it on the podium's center stand. If any shotgun is worth a mid-four digit price tag, it's this one.

Benelli Super Black Eagle II No. 10016 12 Gauge

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Home Defense
Hunting
Recreational
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Weight Unloaded
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Drop at Comb
Drop at Heel
Trigger Pull Weight Bottom
Trigger Pull Weight Top

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The Benelli SBE II's ComforTech stock is remarkably absorbent when it comes to recoil.
The grips on the Benelli SBEII are dimpled rather than checkered, which gives the hands good purchase, wet or dry. The Benelli Super Black Eagle II comes in black synthetic, camouflage or walnut stocks.
The sleek lines of the 7-pound Benelli SBEII are possible because the gun has no bulky gas-operated cycling system.

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