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. great upland gun Review by Ryan Hochstetler
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    used my monte for the first time pheasant hunting this week. very easy to carry (hunted 6 hrs over 2 days). shouldered great and wasn't bad on recoil at all. used 2 3/4'' 1 1/4oz 6 shot and felt very comfortable! extremely pleased with my gun. plan to get more benelli's in the future! (Posted on 12/30/11)

    Pros: Shoots everything I feed, Accurate, Simple Design, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Lightweight, 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. Best bird gun ever Review by jim sullivan
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    I own both in 12 and 20 gauge, best bird guns I've ever owned .What do I compare it to -- A5 Browning mag 20 -- Remington 1100,12 gauge sa skeet and 20 gauge lt-20 special field -- Benelli 12 gauge SBL -- Dehaan 20 gauge o/u -- Razinni 12 gauge o/u -- and a couple others -- if you walk alot , following your dogs or driving pheasants in big fields , get a Montfeltro. (Posted on 12/25/11)

    Pros: Simple Design, Easy to maintain, 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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  3. Sweet shotgun Review by Phil
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    Got this primarily for Clays as I don't hunt much after Vietnam. Have read others who recommend this gun for upland and not for clays. I dropped down from a 12 after shoulder surgery and I'm also an old goat. I think this is a good value and can't find any downside yet. (Posted on 11/24/11)

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


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Definitely yes

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  4. dependable all around shotgun Review by jeff timmerman
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    I've owned mine in 12 gauge for six years now. I use it for upland hunting and waterfowling and have even fallen out of the duck skiff with it. shook the water out of it and kept hunting ( luck had it it was still warm out). Had to have the stock taken in to get the moisture out of the wood after that but the gun still fired and ejected shell on the day that it happened. The gun will fail to feed if not cleaned on occasionbut what semi dosn't. (Posted on 10/17/11)

    Pros: Simple Design, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Fits very nicely in my hand, Easy to Use


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely

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  5. Good 20 gauge Review by Jeff
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    The 20 Montefeltro is a slick handling, fast shooting, reliable auto. Recoil is very noticeable. Not sure its worth the high pricetag. A gas auto might be better. (Posted on 8/14/11)

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

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  6. Quick, pointable, stays clean, super hand feel, accurate Review by Dan McPhail
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    Benelli in my opinion and from reading shotgun world and other websites talking with other owners, KNOWS there's a defect in the extractor or carrier that causes the gun to jam on low brass loads (not just my gun--2nd one i've owned that's done it; other Montefeltro owners report it too). use 1 ounce Remington Target or similar super quality ammo and you should be ok. $300 too high a price but an incredible gun overall especially for pheasant. (Posted on 6/15/11)

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

    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely

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  7. very nice gun overall, light and slender , as well as light kick. Review by paul dubanski
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    This is my second shotgun ive owned so far( first was the beretta 391) i decided to get it because of the looks as well as the feel. i liked that it had a low profile vented rib, that it was light and it could do anything i needed it to do. mainly i shoot clays and it works well except that it misfires sometimes.it is a consentration destroyer. ive had it for a year and half and have shot about 3000 rounds through it. mainly light target loads, but also an occasional magum turkey or duck load. ive never had a misfire with a heavy load before. It was designed as a upland bird gun so it wasnt really ment for the gun to be used for really light loads. When i am trap shooting it sometimes hits the primer but nothing happens, i always clean it after i shoot it even if i only shot one round. it wasnt designed to use the lightest loads on the market thats for sure. if you are looking tinto getting this gun then get for UPLAND GAME. not for target shooting. my farvorite part of this gun is that it is extremly light with no fore end mombo jumboweight at all, unlike most of the gas guns have, this is inerta driven. its just over seven pounds (twelve gauge). ive also gotten dings on the end of the barrel too, it is very easy to get dings on it. dont use it in a duck blind. but at the same time it is a joy for long carries. i dont have a sling on it so i have to carry it. it actually is vey comfortable to carry unlike your rem 870. it also has a very light kick for such a ligh tgun. iwas expecting it to kick like a mule the first time i got it. but it was pretty managable compared to other guns that weigh more that the montefeltro. (Posted on 4/22/11)

    Pros: Simple Design, Easy to maintain, Easy to shoot well, Nice Recoil, Ergonomical, Lightweight


    Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely

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