On May 4, 1998, the United States Army's Armaments Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC) requesting submissions for a new 12 gauge, semi-automatic combat shotgun for the U.S. military. In response to the request, Benelli Armi SpA of Urbino, Italy designed and built the Benelli M4 Super 90 Combat Shotgun.
On August 4, 1998, five samples of the M4 were delivered and after intense testing, the M4 had beaten the competition. The first units were delivered to the United States Marine Corps in 1999.
During testing, the prototype was named XM1014, but after adoption, the 'X' was dropped, and the weapon was officially designated the M1014.
‧Triple barrel system with fixed hop-up which can shoot 3 Bbs in 1 shot
‧Comes with metal outer barrel and body
‧Comes with rubber coated plastic grip with fixed stock
‧Comes with fixed front sight and ghost ring rear sight
‧Comes with 20mm rail which can be attached with red dot sight
‧Comes with sling attachment
‧Included 2 pcs of 30 rounds shell type magazine
Barrel Length: ~300mm
Material: Metal, plastic
Shooting Mode: Safety, Manuel
Magazine Capacity: 30 rounds
Power Source: Air cocking (Pump Action)
Power(Muzzle Velocity): 290 FPS (0.2g BB)