Editors’ Picks 2017: Benelli’s Super Black Eagle 3

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posted on March 7, 2017
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Benelli’s Super Black Eagle 3 is a thoughtful update that aims to make the popular shotgun even more shooter-friendly. An enlarged loading port, plus oversized bolt release, bolt handle and safety controls, ease operation in adverse conditions. Too, the SBE3’s new Easy Locking System will help ensure full breech lockup in all circumstances. The re-designed stock is sleeker and more responsive, and now boasts even more rubber-like ComforTech panels, along with a cushioning Combtech cheek pad to tame magnum recoil, even from that SBE3 specialty, the mighty 3½" 12-gauge. benelliusa.com

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