Benelli Releases Compact Versions of M2 Field

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posted on January 16, 2013
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Benelli's popular and reliable M2 Field, often considered the "workhorse," is now offered in an M2 Compact model for both 12- and 20-gauges. This gun is designed with a shorter stock, built with ComforTech and a gel butt pad ergonomically designed to fit the shoulder (which can be lengthened as one grows), for small-statured and youth shooters.

This is an especially good gun for women, for any type of shooting or hunting. The 12-gauge has a 26-inch barrel, and the 20-gauge has a 24-inch barrel. This is also a great gun for a beginner due to its lightness, comfort and compact design, enabling a new shooter to enjoy the form and function in a way that instills good shooting habits, and allows for an overall positive experience. The Benelli M2 Field has an MSRP of $1359.

For more information visit BenelliUSA.com.

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