semohunter wrote:Im going to be in the market for a new shotgun relatively soon....im mainly a remington guy. 870s specifically but im looking into semi autos....and ive shot a benelli super vincci and wasnt really sure what to think especially after seeing all of the problems hunting buddies have had during the 2012-2013.... the biggest one being the magazine lock(not sure on the exact name) coming off and causing the gun to be totally useless untill benelli sends them a new one. at first i thought this was just a bad gun from the factory....after all i did have an sx3 that wouldnt pattern for crap.. come to find out it was due to a slightly bent barrel from the factory.. but this has happened to multiple people i know that have the vincci and super vincci..which brings me to my question is a Benelli really worth the money?
3200 man wrote:NON I mean NON of the guns sold today are worth the money they are asking ! You look at a Old 1100 , A5 or a Mod 12
and you can see , the craftmanship in building a real gun , made of steel and fine wood that fits , not plastic or coatings
on the steel to cover-up the beauty of a good bluing job or the grain of a fine wood-set .
But , I do like my Maxus Sporting in Carbon-fiber for shooting Waterfowl I does look like a real Gun
beaunelli wrote:Yes they are.
First off,keep in mind the people that talk sh!t about them are usually the ones that cant afford one to begin with, and the people complaining about looks have other priorities than killing ducks..
3200 man wrote:After 55 yrs of killing Ducks and Geese and most of them before Benelli's came out , True Marketing hooks most fish ?
WHICH ONE IS Better ? NONE of them , than the birds killed with the ones mentioned above...........wait 50 yrs and see
if your's is still killing Birds ?
by A5Mag12 » Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:58 am
Benelli=most overpriced shotgun ever built.
With that being said you get what you pay for