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The Benelli Vinci

Benelli’s “What’s In the Box?” promo campaign was all about hype. Before the unveiling of the Vinci, though, NRA Publications was granted an extensive preview.

Benelli Montefeltro Super 90 Exploded View

In 1987, Benelli introduced its first Super 90, the M1. It quickly became a favorite among European practical shotgun competitors, but hunters who wanted a more traditional looking shotgun had to wait for the Montefeltro version to come out the following year.

Gun Collection Vs. Collection Of Guns

A new Benelli Cordoba is the latest addition to my pile.

Benelli Vinci Review

Benelli Vinci Shotgun

Benelli MR1 Carbine

The MR1 is a 5.56x45 mm carbine with shotgun-like ergonomics.

Benelli MR1 on the Range

The Benelli MR1 Carbine

Benelli Supersizes the Vinci

Benelli has supersized the Vinci with the Super Vinci.

Benelli M4 Super 90: Combat Modernity

Moving the combat shotgun into the 21st century, the M4 Super 90 effectively combines the familiar with the innovative. (Photo Courtesy of U.S. Marine Corps)

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When things, go, well, not as planned.

Benelli’s 28-Gauge Legacy

Weighing less than 5 pounds, the Benelli Legacy 28 gauge is built on a dedicated, petite, 28-gauge-size frame.

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