Super Black Eagle II American Series

The Benelli Super Black Eagle II American Series is a semi-automatic hunting shotgun chambered in 12 gauge. It is an economical version of the Super Black Eagle II. The difference between the two, the American Series lacks the ComforTech stock.

Like the standard Black Eagle it uses Benelli’s Inertia Driven System uses recoil energy to cycle the action. The bolt is semi-fixed until the backwards force, vibrating through the gun, arrives to the bolt housing, the vibration rattles the bolt and it slides back. As it travels back it pushes against the inertia spring and once compressed all the way, the spring pushes back launching the bolt forward. This system is used instead of letting gas or the initial explosion drive the bolt back. And, since the gases can’t seep through into the chamber there won’t be any carbon-build up.

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