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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-22-2012, 07:49 PM Thread Starter
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Benelli Experts

I am looking to purchase a new benelli. What is the difference between a Super Nova and just a Nova pump? There is a 100 dollar difference and im not sure what the difference in the gun is.
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post #2 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-22-2012, 09:10 PM
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Re: Benelli Experts

the stock, the super nova has the comfort tech stock on it

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That's not worth the extra hundred IMO.

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The stock and receiver are seperate components on the SuperNova where as it is one piece on the Nova

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My son and I both use the Benelli Nova. Truthfully, I bought them because they were inexpensive. They have been excellent shotguns. We use them for hunting, clays, etc. They are extremely durable, my son could probably break an anvil with a rubber mallet, and he hasn't been able to break his Nova. The Nova is like the "Glock" of shotguns.

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In addition to the above I thought the super was 3 1/2 inch capable and the regular nova was 3". But not sure about that.
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They're both 3 1/2" capable guns indeed.

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I came up with an awesome trick to stop the Nova forend rattle if anybody is interested. Does not effect use of pump at all, cost probably a dollar and quiets that thing up so much you would think you were carrying a semi.

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I came up with an awesome trick to stop the Nova forend rattle if anybody is interested. Does not effect use of pump at all, cost probably a dollar and quiets that thing up so much you would think you were carrying a semi.
Would you please me a PM w/ that info......THANKS!!
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I came up with an awesome trick to stop the Nova forend rattle if anybody is interested.
I'm interested.
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