Benelli Montefeltro Realtree MAX-5 12 Gauge Shotgun

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The Benelli Montefeltro Realtree MAX-5 12 Gauge Shotgun is what you need to take your waterfowling experience to the next level. After you've set up your line of decoys and you're hiding in the brush to spot for your target to fly in, this is the shotgun you need to hit your target precisely and accurately. You'll be amazed by the number of features this shotgun packs, including a ventilated recoil pad for recoil absorption, low profile rib, lightweight design, and a removable trigger assembly. In addition, this shotgun is created with a reliable Inertia Drive system to operate cleaning without adjustments. Better yet, the Realtree MAX-5 finish and Red-Bar Front Sight gives you the edge you need to have the most successful waterfowling season to date.

  • Action: Semi-Automatic 
  • Realtree MAX-5 finish
  • Magazine Capacity: 4+1
  • Sights: Red-Bar Front Sight
  • Removable trigger assembly
  • Ergonomic trigger guard and safety
  • Low-profile rib and lightweight design
  • Ventilated recoil pad for recoil absorption
  • Reliable Inertia Drive system operates cleanly without adjustments
  • Lightweight receiver to keep the weight minimal and the swing quick
  • Crio® Chokes: IC  
  • Optional Crio® Chokes: Extended Crio® chokes for pass shooting M, shooting waterfowl over decoys ( IC) and for turkey (XF) (12-gauge only), and Extended Crio® Chokes C, IC, M, IM, F.
  • 12 Gauge 
  • Weight: 7-pounds
  • Length of Pull: 14-3/8-inch
  • Chamber Length: 3-inches
  • Drop at Heel: 2-1/4-inch
  • Drop at Comb: 1-1/2-inches
  • Barrel Length: 26-inches and 28-inches
  • Minimum Recommended Load: 3-dram, 1-1/8 ounce loads
  • Overall Length: 47.5-inches (26” Barrel Length) and 49.5-inches (28” Barrel Length) 

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Awesome Shotgun
I bought my Montefeltro Camo 12/28 at Scheels. I've been duck hunting with it 8 times and have had no problems. It is an amazing shot gun. I love how light weight it is and the way it shoulders. Everybody has their own preference, but now that I have one, I'd choose a Montefeltro camo over an M2. It has a slimmer stock and forearm, which I like. I also like the low rib. I doubt I'll ever need another shotgun.
December 9, 2019