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I'm thinking since Benelli is owned by Beretta it will be similar to the Beretta line with enough changes to make it perfect for marketing.
 

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I got to handle one at the shop today, very lightweight and pulls up really nice. The design, shape, and function are nothing like a Beretta O/U at all. Once they get a 28" barreled version in I might become very interested in it. My only concern would be recoil, it's a very light 12 ga. shotgun.

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Thousands of rounds of clays shot here every year and so far since this Benelli has been available, nobody has brought one in. Not saying it will be a bad gun or a great gun, just that most guys won't stray from what they've used for years. Browning guys buy the latest/greatest Browning, Beretta guys buy latest/greatest Beretta, etc... I'm a SxS guy, so I have a lot of choices with vintage guns!!!
 
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