Benelli questions

Discussion in 'Shotguns And Shotgunning (NOT Slugs)' started by timl, May 1, 2008.

  1. timl

    timl Well-Known Member

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    Ok, I have a Benelli M1 super 90 tactical. I need a field barrel with chokes for turkey and crows. What barrels will work on my gun? I can only find M2 barrels. Also, where is the best place to buy them, new or used, I don't care.
     

  2. Brain

    Brain Well-Known Member

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    Having never tried it, I don't know 100% if the M1 and M2 barrels are interchangeable. If I'm not mistaken though, the M2 is a variation of the M1 by incorporating the comfortech stock, "Crio" barrel and a new trigger guard design. Otherwise, they appear to be the same dimensionally and mechanically.

    Might want to give Benelli customer service a call before dropping the coin on the M2 barrel... 301-283-6981.

    Don't be surprised if you're on hold for a while.
     

  3. timl

    timl Well-Known Member

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    Nobody else has any info on this?
     
  4. Woodycreek

    Woodycreek Well-Known Member

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    My local gunshop ordered an slug barrel for my M1 Super 90 last year. I paid though the nose for it!
     
  5. Iron Worker

    Iron Worker Well-Known Member

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    Benelli Nova

    Hey now that I think about it. Where can I get a slug barrel for it?
     
  6. Woodycreek

    Woodycreek Well-Known Member

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    Any Benelli dealer should be able to order one for you.
     
  7. jacack

    jacack Well-Known Member

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    not sure about the nova,but a slug barrel for a sbe is very high priced and you have to buy a differnt forarm for it.
     
  8. Woodycreek

    Woodycreek Well-Known Member

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    Barrels for the M1,M2,SBE, or SBE II are way over priced!