Benelli Super Black Eagle® II Semi Auto shotgun
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A favorite among Benelli fans, the Benelli Super Black Eagle II sets the standard for styling, versatility and performance. If you look for the kind of reliability that you can count on, the Super Black Eagle II is for you. The original 3-1/2'' semi auto shotgun, the SBE II uses the proven Benelli Inertia Driven® bolt mechanism to shoot 2-3/4'', 3'' and even 3-1/2'' magnum ammunition without adjustments. This high performance gun also features the ComforTech® system to reduce recoil up to 48% without adding any moving parts or weight. This technology also reduces muzzle climb by 15% for faster follow-up shots, allowing shooters to get back on target up to 69% faster than comparable shotguns. Get your hands on a Super Black Eagle II and find out why this quick shooting, reliable semi auto shotgun is so popular with current and future Benelli owners.
Benelli 12 Gauge Super Black Eagle® II Semi Auto shotgun - 28 Inch Barrel
Best gun on the market
have had this gun for over 3 years now, shot countless ducks and geese with it, has been fully submerged in water on 3 seperate occasions and has fired with out a hitch each time after.
Handles the lightest skeet shot to the biggest 3 1/2" shells effortlessly, and is a dream to shoot. have owned 3 other 3.5" semi guns and this is the nicest by far.
Take down is easy, and cleaning is much easier than other shotguns due to the way the barrel is designed over the reciver, not to mention the fact its inertia driven.
July 1, 2012
I know several people who own this gun, and I shot a friend's before buying it. I purchased my in August of 2011. On the initial breakin 10 shots the cheek pad came out. I called Benelli and sent in the shots and they said they were going to replace the stock. However, the stock was not in stock and that it would be several months for me to get a new one. Today is Dec 7, 2011 and it just shipped 2 days ago.
I still went pheasant hunting in Oct and went to SD in Nov. It is accurate for me out of the box. If you have an accuracy problem you probably need to shim the stock.
I can't say that I am all that impressed with the bluing, it seems to wear off on the other guns I have seen rather quickly around the muzzle. If you are not careful the choke tubes can get rusted in as well.
December 7, 2011
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