The Benelli Super Vinci is one of the most expensive guns that Benelli has to offer and here’s why.
First off, it’s light, and I mean really light. It comes in at 7 pounds unloaded, which is about as light as you can get. The other option in this price range is the SBE II, which weighs 7.3 pounds unloaded.
- It Has The Necessities
- Takes 3.5 inch shells.
- Pulls up really nice.
- Comes in camo or black
- Has Several barrel lengths for each option
- Easy Breakdown
The stock easily attaches to the barrel and the trigger system then latches on as well. Breaking down your gun for cleaning takes a matter of second. And that’s pretty sweet.
- The Extras
- Benelli also put two beads on the top rail, which is a nice touch, and gave it an oversized trigger guard so you can shoot easier with a glove.
- 5 choke tubes come with the gun, but the full choke says not to use steel shot with it, so if you want a full choke you’ll have to buy an after market one.
The Personal Preferences
- The safety is also in front of the trigger instead of behind.
- It has an in-line inertia system, which means that there are no moving parts in the stock. This is different from almost all other benelli shotguns definitely a factor in what sets it apart.
- Underneath the design looks futuristic, but the raised edges around the shell carrier could make it more difficult to load shells into the magazine quickly.