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From Russ Chastain,
Your Guide to Hunting / Shooting
Benelli autoloaders use an inertia system, rather than gas, to operate the action. Their Super Black Eagle handles shells from 2-3/4" up to 3-1/2", and there are no gas ports to keep clean. Benellis have a good reputation and a unique style that blends angles with curves for a shotgun like no other. Crossbolt safety located behind the trigger.
يستخدم في بندقية البنلي نظام حركي متطور ولا يستخدم بها الغاز (مثل نظام الام سكستين ) ، ولا يوجد بها مخزن غاز لكي يتم تنظيفه ، البنلي لها سمعه طبيبه ومظهر منفرد ، وانحنائات لا توجد في اي بندقيه . ومفتاح الامان خلف المقرص .
2) Beretta 391
Beretta's gas operated semi-automatic shotguns are all based on the same action, the 391. Built in a variety of variations, including one that handles the blonky 12 gauge 3.5" magnum shells, this action is obviously quite versatile. Add to that the good looks and reliability that Beretta shotguns are known for, and it sounds like a winning combination. Crossbolt safety is in front of the trigger in the trigger guard, a better location (easier to use) than behind the trigger.
بيرتا تستخدم نظام الغاز وتمتاز بحسن المنظر والثقه المعروفه عنها ، مفتاح الامان امام المقرص وهو المكان الافضل من ان يكون خلف المقرص .
3) Browning Gold
Browning has long had an excellent reputation for fine guns, and their gas-operated semi-auto Gold shotgun should be no exception. Self-regulating so it can handle both light and heavy loads without adjustment, the Gold is also good-looking, which doesn't hurt its reputation a bit. Also available in a 3.5" version that will shoot lighter loads as well. Has a magazine cutoff, which can be handy. Safety is a crossbolt behind the trigger.
Franchi's 612 and 620 semi-autos use a user-adjustable gas system, so the same gun handles hot loads as well as lighter ones. Aluminum receivers mean light weight. Magazine cutoff. Crossbolt safety located in front of the trigger. Their 712 & 720 are similar, but have non-adjustable gas systems. The 912 is their non-adjustable 3.5" magnum version of this action. They also make the Model 48, a long-recoil-action reminiscent of early Browning autos, which has a crossbolt safety behind the trigger.
5) Mossberg 935
Mossberg's 935 is chambered for the whopping 3-1/2" 12 gauge magnum, and uses a self-regulating gas system. This gun was developed for use with 3" and 3.5" shells, so don't expect it to function with dove loads. This gun is only available in synthetic-stocked versions. The safety is just exactly where it belongs - centered on the rear of the receiver for ambidextrous thumb operation, where shotgun safeties should all live.
6) Remington 1100 & 11-87
The Remington 1100 has been around for ages, and it's going strong. I'm not sure why, since their 11-87 is an improvement on this action. Its main disadvantage is that one meant for 2-3/4" shells may only be used with 2-3/4" shells, and the 3"-chamber 1100 is meant for use only with 3" shells. A 3"-chambered 11-87, on the other hand, can handle lighter loads along with 3" magnums. Both are gas-operated and come in a variety of sub-models. The crossbolt safety is behind the trigger.
7) Winchester Super X2
Winchester's Super X2 autoloading shotgun is gas-operated. Some versions are self-regulating, while some specialized models may include interchangeable gas pistons for use with different loads. Their 3-1/2" magnum version will handle everything from hotter 2-3/4" shells on up. Crossbolt safety located behind the trigger.