That would be incorrect. On the Super Nova, the stock is very much independent of the receiver, aside from the fact that it bolts to it.That is a good deal; most I see around here run $425-$500.
The are not as customizable as an 870 or a 500/590; the buttstock is part of the receiver, and non-changeable; the forend may be.
I've ran one for a couple of years (without the pistol grip stock). Here are a couple of write-ups from my web site. This may give you some insight to the Super Nova.Looking at a benelli super nova tactical for $399. Not sure if thats a good deal. Has anyone had any experience with them? Are they very customizable? Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the nice report! Did you ever run the Benelli at Front Sight? If so, how did it go in the class?
az98tj - Thanks for the link. Very nice article. The Benelli is looking better and better. I am planning to go to Front Sight in a few months so your review was extremely interesting to me. I also enjoyed your review of the Mesa Tactical shell holder. Thanks!You are most welcome. Hopefully you got a little more info on the Super Nova Tactical.
My after action report for the tactical shotgun course at Front Sight.....and yes, I've ran the SN there twice. I'm heading back for another shotgun course the end of March. I picked up a semi-auto to try this time, the FNH SLP Mark 1. So far, I'm really liking it.