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Benelli Ethos: New Semiautomatic Shotgun 2014

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January 14, 2014

Benelli Ethos: New Semiautomatic Shotgun 2014

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The Ethos is Benelli's inertia-driven semiautomatic shotgun introduction for 2014. It's a lightweight upland bird gun that features a new shock absorption system in the stock and a comfortable cheek pad. The gun is available with a nickel-plated receiver or an anodized receiver. 

Specs
Gauge: 12
Chamber: 2 3/4" and 3"
Barrel Length: 26" and 28"
Overall Length: 49.5", 47.5"
Overall Weight: 6.4lbs., 6.5lbs.
MSRP: $1,999
Contact: Benelli.com

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from Dangle wrote 13 weeks 2 days ago

Sure like that 6.4 lbs making it far easier to carry than an old 8 lb plus shotgun. Reducing the weight seems to be a big selling point in the newer shotguns. And the recoil reducer would be a nice feature in the Benelli inertia functioning system that doesn't reduce recoil like a gas operating system does. I've eliminated the early problem I had with my Montefeltro not firing because I would bump the breach lever, and back out the firing pin, and bolt. I sure do like my Benelli. And the safety is located where I prefer it....at the back of the trigger guard. I'd imagine Benelli included the stock recoil reducer to increase clay target sales.

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from Dangle wrote 13 weeks 2 days ago

Sure like that 6.4 lbs making it far easier to carry than an old 8 lb plus shotgun. Reducing the weight seems to be a big selling point in the newer shotguns. And the recoil reducer would be a nice feature in the Benelli inertia functioning system that doesn't reduce recoil like a gas operating system does. I've eliminated the early problem I had with my Montefeltro not firing because I would bump the breach lever, and back out the firing pin, and bolt. I sure do like my Benelli. And the safety is located where I prefer it....at the back of the trigger guard. I'd imagine Benelli included the stock recoil reducer to increase clay target sales.

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