BENELLI SUPER 90 12 GAUGE
FS: A Benelli M1 Super 90 in 12 Gauge is in excellent used condition, and comes with 6 Chokes and the polymer factory gun case. This is a recent trade-in that was well cared for.
The Benelli Super 90 is legendary in its ability to shoot almost any 12-gauge shell that you feed it. It takes up to a 3" shell. Please check out the pictures.
A Quick Benelli History
Benelli shotguns have garnered a well-deserved reputation for reliability and high quality, especially with duck hunters. Walk into any blind across the four flyways and there is likely to be a Benelli in it.
Benelli Armi was formed in 1967 by the Benelli brothers who built their Italian manufacturing reputation on motorcycles. The brothers were convinced that the future of shotguns lies in semi-auto designs (smart guess), and they desired to take it another step forward with a revolutionary design. The first model offered was the 121 M1, a tactical shotgun with wood furniture.
German firm Heckler and Koch decided it wanted a piece of the American shotgun market. They had produced high-quality rifles and handguns and the next logical step was shotguns. But they didn’t want to go through the time and expense of designing one themselves. So, they began importing Benellis to the U.S. in the 1980s and 90s. Today, Benelli USA imports guns from. Stoeger, Franchi, Chapius, and Uberti all fall under the Benelli banner, and Beretta is the parent company, overseeing all of them.
Benelli M1 Super 90 Specifications
Gauge: 20 and 12
Action: Semi-auto (inertia-driven)
Barrel: Steel, stepped, ventilated rib
Barrel length: 18, 24, 26, 28, or 30 inches
Chokes: Skeet, IC, M, IM, and F
Weight: 7.2 pounds (12-gauge)