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Yes....I know ...... I'm swimming in the very deep subjective end of the pool when I ask this question.

I'm looking for a tactical + practical + higher capacity + RELIABLE shotgun.

I own Benelli pump guns and like them but I prefer the higher capacity of the FN's. I'm also impressed with the combat tested reputation of other FN weapons.

I'm aware of the argument for using pump guns for home defense rather than auto loaders due to the likelihood of a jam.

I'm a compulsive gun cleaner but I'm willing to pay top dollar for an FNH......if it's worth the cost.

I'd love to hear the good, bad, and ugly from folks who have personal experience here.

It's not the size of the dog in the fight.
It's the size of the fight in the dog!
 

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NorthMtn said:
Yes....I know ...... I'm swimming in the very deep subjective end of the pool when I ask this question.

I'm looking for a tactical + practical + higher capacity + RELIABLE shotgun.

I own Benelli pump guns and like them but I prefer the higher capacity of the FN's. I'm also impressed with the combat tested reputation of other FN weapons.

I'm aware of the argument for using pump guns for home defense rather than auto loaders due to the likelihood of a jam.

I'm a compulsive gun cleaner but I'm willing to pay top dollar for an FNH......if it's worth the cost.

I'd love to hear the good, bad, and ugly from folks who have personal experience here.

It's not the size of the dog in the fight.
It's the size of the fight in the dog!
This is probably a stupid question but what do you mean by FN and FNH
 

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It stands for FN Herstal Arms Company. They own Winchester, Browning, and U.S. Repeating Arms.

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I would trust my life to anything made by FNH.:)

But before you buy, take a look art the Benelli M-2 and M-4 as well.

I have an M-2, and it's like hand held artillery!:D
 

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It stands for FN Herstal Arms Company. They own Winchester, Browning, and U.S. Repeating Arms.

It's not the size of the dog in the fight.
It's the size of the fight in the dog!
Ok thanks for the info
 
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