Benelli Super Vinci

Benelli’s Vinci autoloader shotgun is now available in a version capable of chambering 3.5″ magnum shells. The new version is called the Super Vinci and is the first significant upgrade to the Vinci line since its introduction in 2009. It costs about $300 more than the standard Vinci.

The new Vinci 3.5″ Reciever

Like the original Vinci, and Benelli’s other autoloaders, it uses an inertia system to cycle the action instead of a piston. The minimum load that Super Vinci’s inertia action can cycle is 3-dram 1-1/8 oz 12 gauge loads.

Super Vinci Black Synthetic – $1649
Super Vinci Realtree MAX – $1759
Super Vinci Realtree APG – $1759
Caliber 12 gauge (up to 3.5″)
Capacity 3+1
Finish Black or Camo
Barrel 28″ or 26″
Stock QuadraFit / ComforTech+ Stock
Overall Length 48.5″ – 50.5″
Weight 6.9 lbs – 7 lbs
Sights Red bar front sight and metal bead mid-sight
Length of Pull 14-3/8″
Drop at Heel 2″
Drop at Comb 1-3/8″
Chokes C,IC,M,IM,F
MSRP (Price) $1759 for camo and $1649 for black
Super Vinci Commercial

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  • that ad is hysterical

  • Komrad


  • A Lee

    With a commercial like that, how could you not buy it?

  • SpudGun

    ‘Because women are impressed by 3.5 inches!’ – great commercial, except I want to go out and buy a flame grilled Whopper for some reason.

    • non

      suuuuuccccckkkkk iiiiiiitttttt

  • btr

    Love the ad.

  • Boom! Boom! Boom !!

  • Clodboy

    LOL, genius. 😀
    Leave it to Benelli’s marketing to simultaneously reach fans of classy eurotrash aesthetics, gadget-addicted trustfunder twens and the Jeff Foxworthy crowd. And people with really big beards.

  • Mountainbear


    Though, if that commercial would get in the hands of certain media outlets in Europe, you can be sure that they’d take the drive-through at face value and use it as example against easening our gun laws.

  • Gerald

    Meh, I am somewhat offended at their steriotypical portrayal of American gun owners. That, and the guns being ordered at a drive-through seems more like a veiled insult by elitist Europeans against Americans than an honest ad. Perhaps it’s just me.

    • hunt4L

      a great ad, and no that is not a “stereo-typical” gun owner…that is the duck commander and staff. . . If you find that as the stereo typical gun owner you are completely wrong…the only reason they have enough money for those guns is because they are sponsored by benelli!

      • Jon

        Um no, they have a multimillion dollar business.

  • ALY