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Super Vinci owners

Postby gooseman1 » Mon Oct 07, 2013 12:34 pm

Have you guys experienced your Vincis to shoot pretty true with factory shims?? High- low, left or right? Or have u had to change the shim to get it to shoot on?? Thanks
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby Gabagool » Mon Oct 07, 2013 2:54 pm

I haven't touched mine and it is dead on balls. Pattern it
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby gooseman1 » Mon Oct 07, 2013 3:58 pm

Awesome! I sure hope mine is!!!
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby Gabagool » Mon Oct 07, 2013 6:58 pm

It's a great gun. The only complaint is that it is actually too light and bangs the bejeezus out of my finger when I shoot 3.5 mag loads. Other than that, I love it. Feels great swings nice shoulders perfectly and has never given me a problem.
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby Mostafa » Tue Oct 08, 2013 5:03 pm

Hi gooseman

Just as Gabagool said , I've never touched the shims or anything and the point of aim is exactly the point of hit .
It's nice gun you'll enjoy a lot
although I never patterned it , it is recommended to pattern if you could , then upload the photos if possible ;)

Best wishes .
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby DirtyRic » Tue Oct 08, 2013 10:55 pm

For 6 straight Waterfowl seaons I tried different guns. Winchester Sx2, Remington 1187, Beretta, Mossberg, Benelli Nova, Stoeger and ended up selling all of them. Last year, a week before I left for North Dakota I finally spent the cash and purchased a Super Vinci... Put a Patternmaster in it, left the shims alone and I will never look back. I can honestly say I believe it's about one of the best waterfowl guns that are currently being produced. Can't say enough good stuff about this shotgun...
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby gooseman1 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 1:15 pm

I really Appreciate the replays guys! I hope mine shoots true!! Thanks!
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby mudpack » Fri Oct 11, 2013 9:25 am

DirtyRic wrote: Can't say enough good stuff about this shotgun...


One good thing you can't say is that it is an attractive gun. :beer:
The Italians make some beautiful guns....this isn't one of them.

Strange shapes, lines going off or stopping. Not pleasing to the eye at all. Benelli needed to hire an industrial designer when this gun was in the early stages.
Or, maybe they did and he/she was on double doses of 5 Hour Energy........ continually.

Good thing it works as good as it does. :yes:



Sorry for the highjack, please continue with the fanfest.
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby DuckmanOK » Fri Oct 11, 2013 9:27 am

mudpack wrote:
DirtyRic wrote: Can't say enough good stuff about this shotgun...


One good thing you can't say is that it is an attractive gun. :beer:
The Italians make some beautiful guns....this isn't one of them.

Strange shapes, lines going off or stopping. Not pleasing to the eye at all. Benelli needed to hire an industrial designer when this gun was in the early stages.
Or, maybe they did and he/she was on double doses of 5 Hour Energy........ continually.

Good thing it works as good as it does. :yes:



Sorry for the highjack.

I like the look! I also didn't know a duck gun needed to be "pretty" anyways. Well ,I guess I will say its a sexy shotgun! :-) cheers!
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby mudpack » Fri Oct 11, 2013 3:46 pm

DuckmanOK wrote: I also didn't know a duck gun needed to be "pretty" anyways. Well ,I guess I will say its a sexy shotgun! :-) cheers!


Nor do I need a pretty gun. But any gun I consider owning better be pleasing to the eye; as I said before: "attractive".
I sure don't want a "sexy" gun. :no:

Glad you like yours. Different strokes?
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby winchester1852 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 5:49 pm

if you spend big money on a gun it should look good.
if you can read this your almost as smart as a dolphin.
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby gooseman1 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 5:56 pm

This gun shoulders better than everything else i own!!
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby muskymagoo51 » Mon Oct 14, 2013 4:18 pm

pretty is as pretty does boom boom boom repeat boom boom boom
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby Scotty64 » Wed Oct 16, 2013 8:50 am

Sold mine, I did not like the way it shot. Mine jammed all the time with 2 3/4 loads. Sold it and bought and Citori.
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Re: Super Vinci owners

Postby DuckmanOK » Wed Oct 16, 2013 9:36 pm

Scotty64 wrote:Sold mine, I did not like the way it shot. Mine jammed all the time with 2 3/4 loads. Sold it and bought and Citori.

I shot 120 rounds of 2 3/4 today. Not one issue. Weird...
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