Gun Report

Benelli Super Sport Comfortech 20 Gauge

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We agreed that this is a fine shooting tool that handled well and functioned without flaw. the price tag was a big factor in our grade for the Super Sport, but if that doesn't bother you, it's an edgy-looking shooter that we liked a lot.

Benelli Super Sport Comfortech 20 Gauge

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Home Defense
Hunting
Recreational
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Although the surface was a little slicker than we would have liked, the thin grip and checkering allowed for easily handling of the shotgun.
Both of the Benelli shotguns functioned with the same recoil system, and the ease of disassembly and assembly for cleaning purposes was welcomed by our team.
The brushed stainless receiver was an instant eye-catcher, giving the Super Sport good marks for appearance.
While recoil was not considered excessive in the Super Sport or any of the three test shotguns, we did not experience the major recoil reduction advertised for either of the Benelli shotguns.
Different comb heights were just one of the stock adjustments the Super Sport featured. also, different butt gel pads were part of the package.

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