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  1. I just measured it, with an architectural ruler, I couldn't find my calipers, but it was in the range of 11.6/16 to 11.7/16 - so even though breaking down a 16th of an inch into decimals sounds pretty nailed down, the difference between those is; 0.725-0.731, and when .001" matter thats a wide space...
  2. Hey, I was just wondering if anybody could tell me what the bore diameter of the SuperNova Tactical 18.5" barrel is? I'm guessing that it is around .730" but I haven't been able to find any information about it. I guess I could just measure it with some calipers, but I was wondering if there was an official spec from Benelli, that I don't know about. Thanks
  3. I know for a fact that a 20 ga. shotgun will kill a person, so saying you use a 12 ga. because it's your HD gun is just saying that you want to be sure that your gun will get the job done... Along those same lines, having a 3.5" magnum load 00 buckshot, with 18 nickel plated balls, vs. 3" magnum load 00 buckshot with 9-12 balls... in my mind, is along the same lines as 12 ga. vs 20 ga. or 9mm vs 40S&W... sure the smaller calibers will get the job done, but you want to know beyond a shadow of a doubt that its going to get the job done. Although, to base which gun you are getting, by what it's chambered in, isn't always that best way to go either. If you follow the lead of other competition shooters they use a 20-24 inch with a magazine just as long, on a M2 - Super 90... all of my duck hunting buddies use the SBEii... For a pump, you can't go wrong with a SuperNova.
  4. I know that I am a little late to this thread, but this was something that concerned me too when I first got my first SuperNova... having been used to the Rem. 870, where the elevator is basically just always springing down, I thought it was weird that when I put the first shell into the mag, the elevator stayed open, and then came down after I pumped it. I now understand that this is perfectly normal, some mossbergs do the same thing... and you may find out, in a tactical situation, and with an extended magazine, when you need to reload a lot of shells fast, this makes it a million times better, then fighting the elevator spring every shell you put in. I'm such a fan of the SN, that I use one bird hunting, and I have a tactical one for my duty shotgun!!!
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