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Posted: 8/12/2005 1:52:57 PM EDT
i went to my local gun store and they have two Benelli M1 Super 90s left. Standard sites, standard stocks. I was planning on picking up a pistol grip stock as well.

They want $811 out the door w/o accessories. Should I jump on this? I really want ghost rings!
Link Posted: 8/12/2005 2:43:14 PM EDT
Good gun.
I would hold out for a preban myself so you can have the PG and the extended magazine, but if you just want one 'now', that price is about par for retail in a gun shop.
Link Posted: 8/12/2005 3:03:49 PM EDT
I have looked on Benellis site, and I do not see a listing for an m1 Super 90, they only M1 style they have is a "Field" model. Does anyone have a link?
Also, what advantages would the Super 90 hold over an M4?
Link Posted: 8/12/2005 4:15:00 PM EDT
Benelli M1 Super 90 is alot different than the m4, its hard to get an m4 really.

The gun shop informed me that I can w/o a problem put a mag extension and pistol grip on the gun.
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 12:34:52 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/13/2005 12:44:38 AM EDT by 12345-678910-11-12]
And sadly, the gun shop is totally incorrect.
There is no prerequisite of knowledge required to apply for a Federal Firearms License. Many ‘guys at the gun shop’ are totally wrong on a number of firearms related matters.

They probably just don't understand the law as the laws themselves are totally absurd in nature and are very hard to follow, but nevertheless they are wrong when they say you can configure a post-ban Benelli any way you like.

The Benelli is an imported firearm, thus it cannot be configured with a pistol grip and a magazine capacity over 5 rounds.

Read what the ATF says here

www.weaponforums.com/forums/topic.html?b=6&f=1&t=177741

Benelli USA presently has a moratorium on selling magazine extentions at the request of ATF, according to some posts on the Benelli forums.

That aside, i'm pretty sure CA has their own laws on semi-auto shotguns that further violate your rights like Michael Jackson violates little boys.
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 6:59:33 AM EDT
Whatever I don't want to discuss it here, I just need to know if I should jump on this Shotgun for the price?
Link Posted: 8/13/2005 11:40:12 AM EDT
All due respect, it isn't much of a 'discussion'. There is no 'opinion'.
It is what it is.

Anyway, just wanted to keep ya informed seeing as you live in a state that should you get pulled over with a firearm that 'looks scary', they are going to be LOOKING for ways to screw you for it.

Anyway, $811 OTD is an OK price retail price for a new gun, but nothing great.
Go to www.gunsamerica.com and you can see the selling prices of most any gun.
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