SuperNova is a completely new modular design concept in pump action shotguns. With the optional SteadyGrip™ stock, the SuperNova can be transformed into a high-performance turkey gun or tack driving, fully-rifled slug gun for deer. There’s even a barrel with rifle sights for home defense, and a SuperNova Tactical fitted with a ghost-ring rear sight and pistol grip.
At the heart of this new pump gun is a lightweight steel skeleton framework over-molded with a high-tech polymer, making the new SuperNova super light, super strong and almost completely impervious to any weather condition.
But the SuperNova isn’t just tough on the outside; with its dual-action bars and two-lug rotary bolt head that locks up steel-to-steel inside the barrel, the SuperNova is rock solid to the core. Because the new SuperNova is built tough, it makes no compromises. Chambered for 2¾" and 3" shells and 3½" magnum turkey loads, this pump gun can do it all.
Standard chokes IC, M, F.
Vented Recoil Pad
Vented Recoil Pad for shock absorption (12-Gauge only.)
ComforTech® Shim Kit
You can customize the models with the ComforTech® buttstock to your personal requirements using a shim kit that adjusts both drop and cast. Also fits newer Montefeltro and Legacy models.
Grooved Grip Surface
Checkering is for wood stocks, but the Benelli Nova Pump and SuperNova use distinctive grooves that give both an unmatched gripping surface and an unforgettably distinctive look.
The SuperNova’s newly styled trigger guard, similar to the Super Black Eagle II, allows for 30% more finger room for a gloved hand. In addition, a new larger safety button provides easy acquisition and quick, positive function.
Push-Button Shell Stop
The button on the underside of the forend activates a shell stop, allowing a chambered shell to be removed without releasing rounds from the magazine.
You can’t repeal the laws of physics, but sometimes you can fool Mother Nature. Benelli reached outside the firearms industry to materials scientists, computer specialists and design engineers to take a fresh look at recoil and how to tame it