Benelli super black eagle 2
Inertia-Driven Benelli shotguns are known to fire 500,000 rounds and still function without flaw.
The new Super Black Eagle 3 continues the tradition of high quality and performance hunters have become accustomed to from Benelli shotguns. Benelli has total confidence in its products and backs every gun with a >10 year warranty. Protect your Benelli shotgun today with these shotgun cases. Whatever your shotgun may need, Scopelist has you covered.
super black eagle 3
|Max Shell Length:||3-1/2″|
|Length of Pull (LOP):||14-3/8″|
|Magazine Capacity:||3 1|
|Choke:||Crio – C, IM, F|
|Type of Sights:||Red-bar front|
|Stock:||Realtree Max 5|
|Drop at Heel:||2-1/8″|
|Drop at Comb:||1-3/8″|
The legendary Benelli® Super Black Eagle® 3 Semi-Auto Shotgun is now offered in Gore® Optifade® Concealment Waterfowl Marsh camo along with a weather-resistant Patriot Brown Cerakote® finish. Benelli built the Super Black Eagle using the same basic technology as the previous SBE lines, incorporating elements that enhance recoil management, ergonomics, and functionality. The SBE 3 features the Comfort Tech® 3 recoil pad, with optimized chevron size and location; and a Comb-Tech cheek pad, which greatly reduces facial impact and vibrations. Thanks to its oversized controls, the enhanced SBE 3 is better adapted for hunters wearing gloves. The synthetic buttstock and forend are finished in Gore® Optifade® Concealment Waterfowl Marsh camo, a pattern that considers how ducks and geese see as they look down from above on high-contrast, vegetative areas with water-surface reflections and dappled sunlight. The barrel and receiver are finished with a non-reflective Patriot Brown Cerakote finish, which protects metal from abrasion and corrosion. At the heart of the Super Black Eagle 3 is Benelli’s ultra-reliable Inertia Driven™ operating system that cycles 2-3/4″, 3″, and 3-1/2″ shotgun shells interchangeably without adjustments. Crio® choke tubes produce tight, uniform shot patterns that down birds at maximum shotgun range. The Benelli Super Black Eagle 3 Semi-Auto Shotgun includes 3 flush chokes, (C, IM and F) and 2 Extended choke tubes, (IC, M), a shim kit, and a custom-fitted hard gun case.
- Gore Optifade Concealment Waterfowl Marsh camo
- Patriot Brown Cerakote-finished barrel and receiver
- Enhanced recoil management
- Enhanced ergonomics
- Comfort Tech 3 recoil pad
- Comb-Tech cheek pad
- Oversized controls
- Simple inertia operation
- Cycles 2-3/4″, 3″, and 3-1/2″ shells
- Crio System choke tubes
The Benelli Super Black Eagle® 3 Shotgun offers unparalleled comfort in the field thanks to its innovative recoil-absorbing system. The optimized ComforTech® system makes the whole stock into a recoil pad, reducing recoil by 48% for more comfortable shooting all-day long. This Benelli Shotgun features a clean-burning Inertia Driven® system that makes for easier maintenance by reducing the amount of residue that enters the chamber, as well as increasing shot velocity. A beveled loading port and oversized bolt handle make this 12-gauge shotgun easy to load and operate in a variety of weather conditions. The Crio ® System sees the barrel and choke tubes cryogenically treated to improve uniformity and reduce resistance, increasing patterning density by 13.2%. This shotgun features a dimpled AirTouch® pattern on the grip for superior hold in even the wettest conditions. With its advanced technology and sleek design, the Benelli Super Black Eagle® 3 Shotgun delivers more comfortable shooting in a precise firearm for a more enjoyable and successful day in the field.
Benelli’s new Super Black Eagle 3 (SBE 3) in 3-inch 20 gauge is slim, lithe, handles like a dream and can gobble 2 ¾- and 3-inch shells like a football team at an all you can eat buffet. Also offered in a 3-inch 12 gauge, for those who realize that the 3 ½-inch shell can sometimes beat the snot out of you after a long day in the duck blind.
In 1954, the latest duck death ray was Western Cartridge’s Super X 3-inch 20-gauge load introduced with the Winchester Model 21 double. The 3-inch 20 was criticized for its excessively long shot string, primarily caused by pellet deformation in the extra-long shot column, even with Western’s copper-plated “Lubaloy” lead shot. When hard steel shot came along, the 3-inch 20 came into its own in the blind.