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    I see more people screw up working a pump gun in a high stress situation than semis by a long shot.

    I would grab a Benelli and train with it.

    While I have a short 870 and M2, the Benelli gets used a lot more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CavSct1983 View Post
    I have the Nova Tactical and I like it.


    My favorite feature on it is the ability to unchamber a round without having to mess around with it trying to load another, via the foreend's push button shell stop.


    I like the ghost ring sights on it as well.


    My choice to go with the Benelli instead of an 870 was due to the issues with QC Remington has seemed to have the last few years.


    Keep in mind aftermarket accessories are going to be less available than with an 870 or 590.
    I have a SuperNova tactical (regular stock) with the ghost rings and a mag extension. Nice gun. I also bird hunt with an SBEII that has never failed me (inertia action). If I had to do it again, I would save for a Benelli auto for a tactical as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoser View Post
    I would grab a Benelli and train with it.
    Go ahead and grab one for me too. M2, M4, whatever. Makes me no difference if you?re buying.

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    I've really enjoyed my 100% reliable Beretta 1201FP over the years. Very light. Used, it's half the price of the Benelli. (Stock photo)


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    Quote Originally Posted by ray1970 View Post
    Go ahead and grab one for me too. M2, M4, whatever. Makes me no difference if you?re buying.
    I will buy if you will pay.
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    Saw this at Shot Show and had to have it. Collaboration with Breda and Salient. Its the Salient GLD. Shoots like a dream. Choke tube system, adjustable comb, ghost shell under the bolt capability, fiber optic site, pic rail section attachment front (not attached on mine yet) and many more features I'm forgetting, Runs fast, smooth, and so far has shot everything from bird shot to slugs. salient gld.jpg

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    I have a JM930 that I have shot thousands of rounds through and have never had the tang safety engage during firing.. didn?t even know that people think this is an issue. I do agree on the placement issue though if using a pistol grip.

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    I know it?s not one of the listed considerations by the OP, but check out the Beretta 1301 and Aridus Industries. No first hand experience, but they reportedly run smooother than the Benellis and are lighter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoser View Post
    I see more people screw up working a pump gun in a high stress situation than semis by a long shot.

    I would grab a Benelli and train with it.

    While I have a short 870 and M2, the Benelli gets used a lot more.
    I've got a Vepr 12, AK style shotgun. Semi auto, same operation as an AK, detackable magazine (hopefully you wont need multiple magazines for home defense), you can get 10, 15, 20, 25 round magazines/drums. As long as you dont get underpowered loads, which home defense shotguns loads usually aren't, I've never had a failure to cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe_K View Post
    check out the Beretta 1301
    That 1301 tactical looks like a great option for under $900.

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