aunt betty wrote:They are both acceptable firearms to be used in pursuing waterfowl.
They say that the Beretta is softer to shoot but the Benelli is more reliable. The Benelli feels a little bigger and clunkier to me. I've shot both and I think I'd like a Benelli but I already own a Beretta.
Release the Kracken.
WTN10 wrote:He was funny like a Pomeranian getting kicked over a fence.
pgquackstacker wrote:I actually started bringing a gun with me on dates, so I bring the girl's father out to my car and tell him if he tries to cock-block me I'll kill him.
CutEm214 wrote:Can't really go wrong with either. Aside from being ugly, I think the Vinci has the advantages of being easier to break down in the field and requiring less cleaning (inertia vs gas).
ryandir wrote: It's very easy to clean and feels really solid. I wish Beretta had a website like Benelli with their video for tips and maintenance.
I also bought a Beretta 92FS so I'm not Benelli brain washed. I think you would be happy with either one.
SAHunter1983 wrote:Shoot just read that he went with the Vinci... Sorry to re up the thread. Sorry your forced to shoot 1 1/8 oz or higher ;)
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jstewart_1981 wrote:I too have had the Vinchi and Super black eagle II's. it is a really nice gun and it shoots and performs flawlessly. I dont think anyone who has used one can find much negative to say about them. They are inertia guns they do recoil more than a gas gun but hunting that dont bother me one bit.
Like the above guy just mentioned I too had the same middle finger busting experience and trophy days are done for me. I now have what I think is going to be a permanent knot there. It hurts like a ****. During season it was almost the size of a marble, now just a half marble and nice scar. I dealt with it for 2 seasons and I now own a Beretta A400 and an Extrema 2 (since season closed). I have shot both of these guns several times and really like them. No cycling issues even with light 2 3/4 shells and I have also shot heavy 3.5" duck loads and no finger thump whatsoever. These are also very easy guns to assemble/take apart, like the Benelli. I wished I could give you an A plus field rating on the Beretta's but I have yet to hunt with them. I will tell you if they perform half as good as my Benelli's did I will be satisfied. Just be advised of the "benelli"finger thumping you may get.