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The SuperNova Tactical shotgun is a lightweight, rock-solid pump action. The SuperNova is available with a choice of three modular buttstocks: Pistol Grip, ComforTech®, and a telescoping stock.Ghost-ring or open rifle sightsSteel skeletal framework over-molded with high-tech polymerForend shell-stop buttonMagazine Capacity: 4+1Chokes: Fixed CylinderType of Sights: Ghost-RingDrop at Heel: 2-1/4″Drop at Comb: 1-3/8″Receiver drilled and tapped for scope mounting.All NFA rules apply.
MPN#: 21161
UPC#: 650350211610

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Why a 17in unless they are going for a other classification with the grip

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a shotgun is legally defined as a firearm with a shoulder stock and a barrel with a smooth bore. A shotgun with a shoulder stock and a barrel with a length less than 18″ is an SBS. However, a 12 gauge pump action with a pistol grip instead of a shoulder stock and a barrel shorter than 18″ is an AOW***,provided it didn’t start its life as a shotgun. What does it mean to “not start life as a shotgun”? Simple: It must have never had a shoulder stock.

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For those who aren’t literate in the law, the reason this is Class III is because of the pistol grip and short barrel.

The reason the Mossberg Shockwave and Remington 870 TAC-14 can get by is due to the different grip. It’s not a stock and it’s not considered a pistol grip.

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Wrong. The Tac-14 and Shockwave are non-NFA due to their overall length being over 26” and not having a stock. It has nothing to do with not having a pistol grip.

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For example, SB Tactical has a brace system for both the Tac-14 and Shockwave which contains a pistol grip. According to you, that would then be an AOW which is false.

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Ahh. Yep. You got me there. I remembered the raptor grip having to do with the legality, but it’s because it extends the OAL to over 26”. If it had a traditional pistol grip only, it would have fallen short.

Technically, my original comment isn’t wrong, but it’s the semantics on how you read and interpret what I said.

Good article here:

https://havokjournal.com/national-security/defense/tac14/

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He speaks truth; the "bird's head" grip on the above two shotguns does not count as a pistol grip or stock so they can fall under the AOW category.

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12  gauge, 17" barrel, 27" overall, 4+1 capacity, pistol grip, ghost ring sights, breaching standoff, AOW

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What I don’t understand is if it is over 26” in overall length how is it an aow and not just a firearm such as the tac14/13 and shockwave?

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Because of the 17" barrel on a shorgun, it is an nfa item and a tax stamp is required. #defundtheatf

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Stop funding the NRA, they are the reason the ATF is such a nightmare currently.

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It can’t be a shotgun according to the ATF definition as it has no buttstock. If you look at the definition of an AOW, it shouldn’t be that either but somehow apparently is.

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It’s not necessarily true to say that it can’t be a shotgun. It is entirely possible that these receivers were originally built as shotguns with a stock and then converted to pistol grip by the manufacturer. The ATF’s indication is that “if it has ever had a stock” then it’s a shotgun and will always be considered a shotgun. If barrel length is then under 18”, it would fall under the SBS classification.

The TAC-14 and Shockwave pass into “Firearms” because the receiver has never had a stock attacked, and it has an OAL over 26”. If you were to remove the raptor grip and install a pistol grip, OAL would fall below 26”, and you then have an AOW.

All this to say: these games with the ATF completely suck. This is tyranny. The ATF needs to be defunded and removed from our government.

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Yeah I hear you but this is a NIB factory gun and this exact configuration can be found on Benelli’s website which leads me to believe it’s a factory gun. Another site says it is an AOW as well.

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I was curious about whether this is an NFA item as well. I’m pretty sure it is not as well as it seems to be very similar to tac14-13 and shockwave. When you go to the website, impact guns says it is a class 3 weapon.

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This is a SBS NFA item so add $200 to the price for a tax stamp just to have an inch shorter barrel. Also, the description says semi auto but this is a pump shotgun.

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It can’t be an sbs, unless the picture is wrong, because it has no buttstock. Part of the definition of a shotgun is that it has a stock. If it is nfa, it would be an aow like serbu, etc.

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Aow

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Fudd

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No it's not.
Learn the law before spewing FUD please.
It's not a NFA item.
It's not a pump it's a semi auto.
But it is a shitty deal, msrp is 699....prolly find it for 559 or so out there somewhere.

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Description also says its a "pump".

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It says all nfa rules apply. It usually says that if the seller thinks it is an nfa item such as for silencers or sbr. I'm curious myself. Looks a little short.

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It is a pump and it’s just considered a firearm not a shotgun there are no restrictions on this “firearm” same rules apply with the moss berg shockwave. before you get on here saying stuff that isn’t true at all.

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You are part right but this can be sold with a stock which makes it have the ability to be fired and with the barrel less than 18" with a stock on it, it is an nfa item. "Shotgun", not a "firearm"

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It actually depends on if under the original manufacturing it had a stock. If it came from benelli without a stock, then it's always been a "firearm", as long as it is over 26" oal. If impact guns, or someone else, changed a shotgun to a grip and/or the barrel length, it would then classify as an NFA item. If it is the former situation, then you would actually be able to change it back to a shotgun anytime you like, as long as you also change the barrel length. If it was born a shotgun it stays a shotgun, even with a pistol grip. It's stupid, but I don't know what else to expect from the atf.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uPJyozgPF3w&list=PLjmUPPWVrI_jOU3E9ENSoK... ~5:20 mark.

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I'm sure you know what you're talking about too.

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