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Benellis Montefeltro shotgun features a slim, graceful forend, which, combined with an anodized, lightweight receiver, keeps the weight minimal and the swing quick. Ultra-reliable Inertia Driven system Chokes: Crio IC, Crio M, Crio F Type of Sights: Red-Bar Front Length of Pull: 14-3/8
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As a left handed shooter shotguns have always come to be hard to find. I have owned several high and low end shotguns and this is simply the best I have ever owned. Quick pointing light weight and beautiful. And now my collection is complete all my guns are now left handed. This will be the last shotgun I ever purchase I would recommend it to anyone. ...more
Have owned and shot nearly every type and make of shotgun over 50+ years, Benelli Montefeltro 12 and 20 would be the last 2 guns (along with an old Browning Hi-Power 9mm and a Model 65 S&W to leave me in my old age). Reliability, weight and durability plus timeless good looks are amazing for these guns. Love 1100s and 870s and 16 ga A-5s, too, but they can't hang with the Benelli. ...more
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. ...more
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. ...more
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. ...more
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. ...more
I was wondering if you can attach a sling to a Benelli Montefeltro from the factory or does it need some addon accessories or to be sent to a gunsmith.
How do you shim a Benelli Montefeltro?
Where is the Benelli Montefeltro manufactured?