getanxd Posted September 8, 2010 Share Posted September 8, 2010 Hi all (Benelli fans), new to this forum, not to shotguns or pistols/rifles or even gun forums (member of 1 other). i posted my question on the SuperNova pump cycle prob i have on my pistol forum and thougth i'd post it here as well. is it normal for a SN to 'lock' the slide "at trigger pull," if you have put 'anticipated' forestock cycling (rearward pull) just prior to trigger break? (i'm used to a Remington 870). if i have any downward or backward force on the slide prior and during trigger pull, hurcules or even Arnold could not force the slide back - you have to release that 'anticipated cycling' back force and nearly go forward w/the slide before it will cycle the chambered round and feed the 2nd one. is this a safety thing or something to do w/the rotating bolt on a Nova? is it the SN or me? thank you in advance. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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