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I am wondering if anybody has ever tried the short shot shells in a Benelli Super Nova 12 ga.
Do they also make short shells in 20ga?
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RST makes short shells mainly for old double guns. Yes they make them in 20 ga.
I don’t have a Nova or any pumps actually but I can’t see why a short shell wouldn’t work in one. The extractor is on the rim and how long the rest of the shell is seems inconsequential.
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I have no idea on a benelli, but my mossberg needed some help from the aftermarket to do it. So I think its an individual gun thing.
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I’ve read where the Nova and Supernova don’t like them, but never tried them myself.
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I have a Nova. Mine takes shells up to 3½" (at the cost of one less round in the magazine), but I don't recall the manual saying anything about short shells. These have a certain appeal as more of them can fit in the magazine (stock capacity is 4 x 2¾") while still being not something you'd want to stand in front of at close range. I guess either or both of us will have to buy a small quantity and try them out someday.
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