Benelli Montefeltro

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Light, slender, and quick-pointing never described a semi-auto better than the Benelli Montefeltro 20-gauge and 12-gauge shotgun.
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Benelli Montefeltro

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Light, slender, and quick-pointing never described a semi-auto better than the Benelli Montefeltro 20-gauge and 12-gauge shotgun. The Inertia Driven® system in these Benelli shotguns requires no springs or gas cylinder under the forend. That allows the Montefeltro’s forend to be slim and graceful, while the lightweight, anodized aluminum receiver keeps weight to a minimum.

The 12-gauge and the 20-gauge shotgun are chambered for 3" magnum loads, making the Montefeltro equally at home in New England woodcock cover and a Louisiana duck blind. This is one gun that looks as good as it shoots. Stocked with beautifully finished satin walnut, the Montefeltro is the gun for the wingshooting purist who wants the feel of a classic game gun with the added advantage of a semi-auto.

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Gun Type Shotgun
Action Semi-Auto
Manufacturer Benelli
Finish Silver
Capacity 4+1
Caliber 20 Gauge

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  1. Trap shooting Review by David
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    I got the chance to use this gun last Thursday at the gun club. It was my first time shooting trap. With two good guys giving me tips and the gun fitting me perfectly, my first round 20/25, second round 23/25. Ill be buying one of these in a couple weeks. I absolutely love this gun. (Posted on 7/22/14)

    Pros: Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use
    Cons: Pricey

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  2. Great gun, shoots well, reliable and easy to maintain Review by Lee Krugerud
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    I have several A5's that I hunt with, I have tried other autos (e.g. Browning, Remington & Beretta) This is the first auto with out the "square-back" that I can shoot consistently. I have both the 20 & 12 Silver models and they are very reliable. I use the them on late season pheasants, the factory installed pads are not for shooting heavy loads. I replace the pads with Pachmyer pads and they are much more comfortable to shoot. (Posted on 5/10/14)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, Simple Design, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Reliable, Easy to Use
    Cons: Expensive

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely

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  3. hunting Review by richard stern
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    Bird up bird down. Great grouse hunting gun. Better then my other autos and beats browning and beretta. I have used these for yrs. Great gun!
    upland 24 inch barrel 12 gauge is awesome.. (Posted on 4/21/14)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, High capacity, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Lightweight, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  4. Beautiful,well made shotgun,Quality is first class Review by Larry C.Miller
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    I've used mine Quail hunting.It is very comfortable and easy to shoot.It does jam often with light loads.The quality of workmanship is top of the line.I love my Bennelli Montefeltro. (Posted on 2/24/14)

    Pros: Accurate, High capacity, Simple Design, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Lightweight, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use, Easy to conceal


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  5. The best shotgun ever built Review by Dennis
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    The first Benelli I ever had the pleasure to own was the Super 80 Trap, still have it and it was built in 1978. My brother bought it in Italy prior to HK importing Benelli.
    Since the first Benelli Super 80 it has been a pleasure to own many more Benelli shotguns. The first Super Black Eagle purchased split the stock from high base goose loads however was repaired ASAP in time to finish the season with. This happened to the first thousand built however again was rectified imedidiatly by Benelli. The best Benelli built has to be the Monifeltro 12. The one I have is 25 years old and must have over 500,000 rounds thru it. Between skeet trap and sporting clays leagues, dove hunts in Mexico and Argentina and duck seasons. On one duck hunting trip to Washington the gun was dropped in the marsh and the barrel and open action filled with mud . A mile or more away from the truck it was washed out in marsh water and a tule reed used to clear the barrel. A shot of Off bug spray in the action and it kept shooting. Final Final there is no better shotgun for the field. (Posted on 1/7/14)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, High capacity, Simple Design, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Lightweight, Reliable, Easy to Use


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  6. I am very happy with this gun Review by Dave B
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    I don't get the remarks about this gun jamming with low brass loads. I have a 20 guage and it worked perfectly for me. I purposely went with lighter loads to see if it would stove-pipe or jam and I could not make it do it. I love the light weight and the ease of handling. It is a beautiful gun and worth the price. (Posted on 8/6/13)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Lightweight, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  7. Yep Review by SBM
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    After trying about 15 shotguns on for size, the Benelli Montefeltro was the best fit for me, am 6'1", 200 lbs. Couldn't wait to get to the range, 1st round out of the box, 19 out of 25. 2nd = 20 out of 25. Been shooting about 2 months with a 870 pump. Can't wait to get back out. Retail was $1,299, got it on sale for $999. GREAT GUN. (Posted on 3/16/13)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, High capacity, Simple Design, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Lightweight, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  8. Benelli is THE semi-auto shotgun Review by Rick
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    I have had several makes of semi-auto shotguns for clays and bird hunting....Remingtons, Brownings, Winchesters, Benellis. By far, the most reliable and easy to maintain shotguns are my Benellis. My 12 ga Montefeltro is an absolute delight. Shot sporting clays with it this past weekend and broke 90 out of 100 without changing my .008 constriction choke tube. You do have to use a 3-dram 1 1/8 ounce load (1200 fps) as a minimum for sure cycling of any 12 ga Benelli but that is a small concession for the absolute finest semi-auto shotgun available today. I'm going to get a 20 ga Montefeltro for upland hunting very soon. (Posted on 12/26/12)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, Simple Design, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Ergonomical, Lightweight, Fits very nicely in my hand, Reliable, Easy to Use


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  9. very good value Review by Kenny Brown
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    you get what you pay for. when you get tired of constantly cleaning the carbon from your gasser, replacing O-rings in your Remington, and having the gun fail at the worst possible time, choke up the extra dollars and never worry about those issues again. Fast handling, superb balance, natural pointing. I have both a 12 and a 20. recoil is a little more noticeable due to light weight, but this is the best auto I have seen yet. (Posted on 12/2/12)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, Simple Design, Easy to maintain, Ergonomical, Lightweight, Fits very nicely in my hand


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  10. Handles very well and looks good doing it Review by Ken Garcia
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    Used it on Dove in Texas and Pheasant in North Dakota. 2 miss feeds on light loads out of 200-300 rounds. Love the handling of recoil on heavy pheasant loads. Swings well and easy to carry. (Posted on 11/18/12)

    Pros: Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Lightweight, Fits very nicely in my hand
    Cons: Pricey

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely

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