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Thursday 29 September, 2016  

Benelli Vinci ComforTech Plus Semi-Auto Shotgun 10505, 12 Gauge, 26", 3" Chmbr, Black Synthetic Stock


Benelli Vinci ComforTech Plus Semi-Auto Shotgun 10505, 12 Gauge, 26", 3" Chmbr, Black Synthetic Stock
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$1,299.00


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5 of 5 Stars!
No doubt at all, this is the best semi auto shotgun you can ever imagine, super accurate, super fast, no recoil at all and looks like a devil. You feel the european quality every second you handle it. l love it. for the best balance try to get 26' barrel even if you have to wait months it absolutely worth it...
h. h. Sunday 24 January, 2010
5 of 5 Stars!
My first 12 gauge. Shooting only pistols and rifles for years, I decided to get into shotguns and hunting waterfowl after a few trips with my nephew. I went back and forth between the Vinci and the Beretta Extrema 2. I chose the Vinci and am 100% satisfied with my choice. My nephew shoots the Extrema 2(with the kick off system) and it is everything it is said to be, a fine gun. There is a difference in how the 2 handle and shoot. The Extrema 2 does kick a little bit less but in a very different way. As I read somewhere else, the Extrema 2 is like a push and the Vinci is like a slap. I chose the Vinci for a few reasons: 1) because it seems to shoulder better for me than the Extrema, 2) it feels more balanced,the weight of the Extrema 2 feels much more forward although the Vinci only weighs 2 oz. less, 3) the Vinci was a little bit less $, 4) I love the look, 5) I wanted something different. I have shot my first case through it and not one issue. When comparing it to the Extrema 2, it cycles much faster and seems to get on target quicker for the second shot. When shooting the Extrema 2 right after shooting my Vinci, you can actually hear the cycling of the bolt in the Extrema 2 as though it is going in slow motion. Kind of like when shooting some AR's and you hear the spring. Shooting with the IC choke I am hitting over 85% of the targets. Overall, I feel I made a great choice and look forward to shooting this gun for years to come...
C. P. Sunday 28 June, 2009
5 of 5 Stars!
I just received my new Vinci and am happy as a lark. This gun is incredible. The fit and finish are truly state of the art. I thought my SBE was simple in design, but it is complicated compared to the Vinci. The appearance kinda grows on you. I have not pulled an auto-loader to my shoulder that feels more balanced. I just shot my 1st straight round in skeet and cannot wait for the upcoming hunting season to start. This gun is differant and compared to my SBE kicks like a feather. Some might think the price is too high, but you get what you pay for. I have had my SBE since 1992 without problems, and the new Vinci should last through my lifetime and beyond...
J. S. Friday 29 May, 2009
5 of 5 Stars!
I shot the new Vinci on a demo at my local range and was totally impressed with the soft recoil, balance and lack of parts. The new inertia recoil system(didn't think it could be improved on) is quite impressive. I own 2 SBE's and love them for their reliability and easy breakdown qualities. They do pack a punch though. Even though it is not a 3.5", I only shoot 3" for my ducks and geese because the shells are so much better than they were in 1990. Light loads cycle like a dream. It ain't pretty, but a pretty gun doesn't put anymore meat in the bag or break more targets. Pricewise, you only get what you pay for. You can buy an SBEII for $200 more. It is kind of like a well built tool or Humvee, very well built and very efficient for the task at hand...
J. H. Saturday 25 April, 2009
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