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WaveWacker

Benelli SBE

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Thinking of picking myself up a Benelli SBE. Anyone have opinions one way or the other on this gun. How about barrel lengths 26" vs. 28".

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Go with the 24" barrel even and you wont regret it. When i started out i had a 28" barrel and was under the impression that the longer the barrel, the farther you could shoot.. well i grew up a little when i bought my benelli and got the 26" barrel, and now i wish i had gotten a 24"! keeps the pattern just the same, and its lighter, and easier to swing.. very good gun- go with the benelli.

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I think he s right. THey say as long as it is over 22" it holds the pattern the same as a 28". The only thing that is different is that you can swing the shorter barrel faster and some people have trouble with that. I my self like the 26". I have shotguns with 26&28" and I always goi back to the shorter, as for the 22" I wouldn't be afraid of that either!

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