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Have you looked at the Stoeger M3000 shotguns ?
Benelli Inertia style shotgun at Stoeger pricing. and by that I mean many of the Benelli parts will directly install into the Stoeger m3k
Replacing the Stoeger m3k extractor (cast) with the Benelli Extractor (Machined) is a common upgrade for around $30.00.
Magazine tube extensions as well.
just a thought.. wish I had bought one of these instead of my Mossberg 930JMPro
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I wouldn't look at semi-auto 12 gauges made in Turkey - lots of reports of them breaking bolts around the 100 round mark, and doing so again after going in for repair. The pumps are a bit better, but really at the end of the day, if you're going to be running this thing hard look elsewhere, and full on avoid the gimmick that is AR style 12 gauges. Likewise, don't get the Turkish clones of the Benellis system, they're pretty garbage and the ones at the store have had styled milling slots int he receiver that will allow crap to go directly to the fire control and hammer system.
A gen 1 Beretta 1301 can be found for $800-900, and is arguably one of the best semi auto shotguns ever made.
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I've finally seen some reviews of the SDS T-02, and they seem good.
At first I thought I was going to have to take vacation to go to a shop in Akron to get one, but earlier this week I see that Parma Armory lists them for a reasonable price.
I'm going to check out the Berea Show, and if I don't see anything I like, I'll probably be going to Parma Armory.
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