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Unlike a pump-action shotgun, which requires the user to manually slide the forend with each shot, a semi-automatic shotgun only requires the user to squeeze the trigger in order to fire a round.
With each squeeze of the trigger, a single round is fired, the casing extracted, and the next round moved into the “ready” position. This process continues each time the trigger is pulled until all of the ammunition has been used. Because this process is completed automatically, requiring only a pull of the trigger, this type of shotgun is sometimes referred to as self-loading or autoloading.
These shotguns are typically magazine fed, with magazines offering a capacity of anywhere from 2 to 30 rounds or more.
Semi-automatic shotguns are versatile and offer a variety of uses, making them very popular. They are most commonly used for home defense, hunting, target sports, and competition. Semi-auto shotguns are also a regular choice for many law enforcement agencies.
Like most firearms, semi-automatic shotguns are available in a wide range of gauges, manufactured using many different materials, and offered with a plethora of options, features, and finishes. Some semi-auto shotguns also utilize an interchangeable barrel system, giving the user additional options for gauges and barrel lengths.
Some of the best-selling semi-automatic shotguns are made by Benelli, Beretta, Browning, Franchi, Mossberg, Remington, and TriStar Arms.
Benelli offers the Montefeltro and the Super Black Eagle. The Montefeltro is made with an Inertia-Driven System and a satin walnut or black synthetic stock, while the Super Black Eagle is made with Comfort Tech 3 technology and is available with a camo or black synthetic stock.
The Beretta A300 Outlander is a gas-operated 12-gauge with an attractive price. Tough and durable, yet lightweight, it is favored among hunters and sportsmen.
Sometimes called the Auto 5, the Browning A5 is a recoil-operated autoloader that delivers reliability, fast cycling, and solid performance in an ergonomically pleasing package. Ideal for sportsmen and hunters, the A5 is available in numerous variants.
The Franchi Affinity is made with a wood or synthetic stock, chrome-lined vent rib barrel, and a drilled and tapped receiver ready for a Weaver style base. This inertia-operated shotgun also features fiber optic sights and interchangeable chokes.
A gas-operated 12-gauge shotgun, the Mossberg 930 is available in several variants and boasts a rugged build and dependable performance. It is suitable for hunting, as well as security applications.
The TriStar Arms Raptor is a gas-operated semi-auto shotgun with an affordable price. It is built with a synthetic stock and forend, as well as a chrome-lined barrel and chamber, and is offered in several variants, including a youth model.
Semi-auto shotguns can be found for sale in a wide range of prices. At Guns.com, we offer competitive pricing alongside a selection for nearly every budget.
Benelli are priced at around $660 to $1,600, Berettas are listed between $650 and $1,600, and Brownings can be found for just over $400 and go up to about $1,500. Mossberg semi-autos range from about $400 to $700, while Remington models start at under $600 and go up to about $1,400. Other brands can be found for less than $300, while others sell for $2,000, or more.
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