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Fabarm SAT-8 tactical vs Benelli M1/M2 tactical


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anyone shoot the Fabarm SAT-8 gun? I have a chance to buy one for new for under $900 and a M1 Super 90 tactical new for under $900 as well, both pistol grip. I am interested in opinions on the Fabarm and how it compares to the Benelli. I have a M2 tactical so I was interested in the Fabarm for a bit of brand variety.

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anyone shoot the Fabarm SAT-8 gun? I have a chance to buy one for new for under $900 and a M1 Super 90 tactical new for under $900 as well, both pistol grip. I am interested in opinions on the Fabarm and how it compares to the Benelli. I have a M2 tactical so I was interested in the Fabarm for a bit of brand variety.

 

I also have an M2, and a friend of mine has an M1. They are pretty much the same gun, so if you have the M2, I'm not sure what the point would be in having an M1.

 

The Fabarm is a nice gun, but honestly I would save the money for an M4. Hey, if you have almost $900, then you are not too far from an M4.;)

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  • 3 years later...
While I am biased, I do sell both shotguns and I like them both.

 

However, if you can afford the Benelli M4, it is a nicer (and heavier) shotgun. Although the SAT8 works a bit better with lighter loads (I know... *****!) if you want to buy cheaper walmart packs for "playing".

 

JR

 

my M4 shoots cheap walmart loads all day long.

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