Gun Report

Benelli SuperNova No. 20115 MAX-4 HD Camo 12 Gauge Pump

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The Benelli shot flawlessly, comfortably, swung smoothly and steadily. Our only initial peeve was the trigger, promptly attended to by Benelli at no charge. It is an outstanding 3.5-inch slide-action waterfowl gun.

Benelli SuperNova No. 20115 MAX-4 HD Camo 12 Gauge Pump

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With the action fully open on the Benelli, it is easy to appreciate how well fitted the forearm is to the receiver. The molded in grooves on the SuperNova gave us a secure, comfortable gripping surface.
The arrows point to the action bars, which are solidly captured by the SuperNova’s forearm and the receiver. Compared to the M887, the SuperNova was ball-bearing smooth right out of the box.
Arrow: The Benelli magazine cut-off is built seamlessly into the forearm. If you aren’t using it, you’d never know it is there. The magazine tube of the Benelli developed no scratches, despite energetic shucking it still appears as new. The very rough Remington action scratched up its magazine tube almost immediately.

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