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The heart between full automation and pomp. The so-called "tactical" shotgun.

A good rate of fire and damage to this shotgun is diluted by a quick recharge, which allows you to keep a constant fire on the suppression.

However, it is worth pondering before releasing the entire clip into the wall. There is a minus in the form of a strong recoil and a large spread with low accuracy, especially with non-stop shooting.

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M1014 (Benelli M4 Super 90) - smooth-bore semiautomatic shop self-loading rifle, developed in Italy by Benelli Armi S.P.A.

Automation of the M1014 gun works by removing gases from the barrel bore into two gas cylinders symmetrically located under the barrel.

On the illustration attached to the article, a civilian version of the weapon is presented, this is indicated by a shortened magazine for 4 cartridges (the number of cartridges is limited by a lintel). Armory legislation of some US states prohibits the civil circulation of smoothbore weapons with a magazine capacity of more than 4 rounds and a telescopic butt. In the Russian civilian market, the Benelli M4 Super 90 semi-automatic smoothbore shotgun is on sale, complete with a similar configuration to the US Army shotgun M1014.

For Benelli M4 rifles, accessories and additional equipment are produced:

• tactical lights (including those integrated in the fore-end);

• folding and telescopic attachments - for example, Speedfeed IV Tactical Stock;

• tactical belts and more.