Benelli Now Offers Guns in NFA Tactical Configurations

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posted on January 12, 2012
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To satisfy the growing demands of shooters who understand the advantages of short-barreled shotguns, Benelli is offering a variety of 14-inch barreled tactical shotguns. These shotguns include the pump-action Nova, the semiautomatic M2, and the extremely popular and rugged M4, which is the shotgun of choice that has served the U.S. Marine Corps since 1999.

The Benelli Nova is a standard pump-action shotgun popular among defense enthusiasts. Its most innovative and distinguishing feature is a one-piece receiver and buttstock, made of steel-reinforced polymer.

The M2, considered the workhorse of the Benelli line, features the Inertia Driven operating system, which means that it runs clean; the gun blows all of the gas and residue-created by shotshell discharge-out the barrel. The debris does not blow back into the operating system, as it does with many gas-piston systems.

The M4, the pride of the Benelli tactical lineup and gun of choice for the US Marine Core, features the Auto Regulating Gas Operated (ARGO) system, which provides clean failsafe operation in any environment.

These products, which are currently in use by Law Enforcement and Militaries all over the globe have been tested, under any condition possible with the same outcome every time-ultra reliability you can depend on every time.

The Nova, M2, and M4 shotguns are available with 14-inch barrels and come in a variety of configurations with features like adjustable ghost-ring sights, rifle sights, and tactical stocks and pistol grip stocks.

For the latest news and product information visit www.benelliusa.com.

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