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Is the difference in price worth it for the SBE2 Waterfowl vs SBE2 Standard?

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Hello,

I just received my PAL (Canadian Possession and Acquisition License) and I am looking to buy my first gun. I am not new to shooting at all. I have never done waterfowl, but I am interested in giving it a try, I mostly shoot clay.

 

After a lot of research and advisement, the Super Black Eagle II looks like a fantastic gun, and the Super Black Eagle II Waterfowl Edition only adds to that.

 

My question is, do the features on the SBE2 Waterfowl Edition($2900) warrant it's $1200 price increase from the standard SBE2($1700)?

 

The other thing is that, I have a friend willing to sell me a slightly used SBE2 Waterfowl Edition for about $1600, I am trying to be conservative but not cheap, should I be looking for something better at a lower price, or a used standard SBE2?

 

Extra Information:

 

SBE2 Waterfowl Edition comes with:

Rob Roberts Custom Triple Threat Chokes

Custom Bolt Handle

HI VIZ Comp front sight

Paracord Survival Sling

28" Crio Barrel with lengthened and polished forcing cone

 

SBE2 Standard comes with:

Crio Cokes

Large Trigger Guard

Heavy Duty Magazine Cap

Hard Gun Case

Comfortech Shim Kit

 

They both come with ComforTech Gel Recoil Pad and Comb insert.

I am waiting for a response from Benelli to confirm or deny that you get all the standard extra's with the Waterfowl Edition.

 

Thanks for reading this and I look forward to your responses.

Edited by Swiftdeus

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My shotguns are all black on black. The ducks don't care what color your shotgun is. Save that money and buy some good waders and coat.

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Guest elizataylor

Yeah! I love my shotguns so much!

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Guest Rafaelbaixesoft

Shotguns are nice...

 

the precision range is the problem

 

but close range is the most powerful thing in the world

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So, Which one did you buy? My money would have gone with the friends used waterfowl edition.

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I killed many more ducks with my trusty SBE than with the SBE2 that I own. i would not spend extra for waterfowl as ole black does just as well.I would spend some of that savings on a Sure Cycle system as it DOES make a difference in cycling & reliability in a wet duck blind!!

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Based on the info you've given...the used Waterfowl Edition is a $100 cheaper than a new SBEII. If the Waterfowl Edition is in great shape...buy it! You really won't notice much of a difference between the two but heck, if you get the gun with all the bells and whisles you'll have $100 left to buy shells or accessories.

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Don't buy a benelli camo dipped gun. Every one I have ever seen has start chipping and peeling. Rediculous that they cannot fix it on a $1500 gun, but mossberg can on a $400.00 one.

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Don't buy a benelli camo dipped gun. Every one I have ever seen has start chipping and peeling. Rediculous that they cannot fix it on a $1500 gun, but mossberg can on a $400.00 one.

 

 

I bought a Mossberg turkey gun last year and it was chipped right out of the box.

A little chipping isn't going to hurt a camo dipped gun in the least.

If you want a showpiece buy one. These are working guns.

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