When I bought the Super 90, I was shooting sporting clays with a Benelli Montefeltro. I had a breakage with the later and sent it back for repairs that took more than a year. As a result, I bought the first version of the Beretta A400 and found I was much more comfortable with it's recoil characteristics, and that's what led to my purchase of the 1301 Comp (a "Tactical" version of the A400 system). You're absolutely correct about the "sympatico" factor and that's why we've made the choices we did!
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Thanks for the info and the videos.
Looks like a no-go for any add-on's to the gun.
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The super sexy M1 Super 90, mine is HK marked, extended tube, with rifle sights.
Every now and then I yearn to add an M3 to the collection ... one day.
Mostly cosmetic contour changes, though there are some small differences in the barrels.
Sliced bread, the greatest thing since the 1911.
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I had a Benelli M1 Super 90 for years. Ate everything I fed it. I ended up selling it for a nice profit and buying a M2 Tactical to replace it. I ended up installing an ESSTAC velcro/nylon sidesaddle shell holder to the receiver. It works great. Holds 7 rounds. I highly recommend it.
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