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Need help with a Benelli Supernova

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by P.B.Walsh, Jul 6, 2013.

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  1. P.B.Walsh

    P.B.Walsh Member

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    Hi ya'll, for some reason, my BSN will not feed a second round in the magazine due to a peice of metal on the trigger group that blocks the rim, therefore not chambering the shell.

    On top of that, does anyone know how to put the trigger disconnect back in place, it came out once I knocked out the pin that holds it in place?

    Hopefully ya'll can help, I am very frustrated with this gun, it has been fine until now. I kept the magazine loaded beside my bed for HD, I am thankful I didn't actually have to use it! A Benelli should not be having these problems. :banghead:

    Thank you in advance,
    P.B.Walsh
     
  2. pps

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    The front and back pins are different sizes. Might want to make sure they are seated properly.
     
  3. P.B.Walsh

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    Ok, but what about actually putting the disconnector back in place with the spring? Both pins in the trigger group are identical, the take down pins that remove the trigger group from the receiver are different sizes though.
     
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    Walsh

    I also had a brand new supernova that refused to chamber the next round, spitting it out instead. I can't remember all the details except the floor plate was getting stuck upward, the gun went to Benelli and came back fixed. All I can say you are not alone, and chances are Benelli is well familiar with your issue.
     
  5. P.B.Walsh

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    I hope they can fix it.... all I really need is a trigger group and the stuff around it.
     
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