[SHOT 2024] Benelli Puts Its Advanced Impact Barrels On Sporter Shotguns

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[SHOT 2024] Benelli Puts Its Advanced Impact Barrels On Sporter Shotguns

Benelli, an eminent name in the shotgun world, is adapting its Advanced Impact barrel technology to three of its offerings, claiming that re-profiling of the barrel and choke will result in shot speed enhancements and increased down-range shot string tightness.

Amalgamated in the models Cordoba, priced at $3,649, Ethos Sport, priced at $3,339 and the Ethos Super Sport, priced at $3,399, this freshly introduced technology is projected to deliver harder-hitting terminal performance. Moreover, these barrels are slated to be part of the much-loved Super Black Eagle hunting shotgun lineup as early as next year.

The Advanced Impact barrels work in conjunction with new proprietary Crio choke tubes, which are being offered in standard as well as extended lengths.

With this advancement, Benelli aims to bolster the effectiveness of its Sporter Shotguns through significant shot speed and range enhancements. The market awaits with keen interest to discover how these improvements will reflect in the field, and whether they will substantiate Benelli’s optimistic prognostications. Nonetheless, this significant development in shotgun tech signifies an exciting step in the evolution of this long-standing and respected brand.

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  • Shootsmith Shootsmith on Jan 30, 2024

    Will the barrels be available for other models like M2 or SBE? Are they backwards compatible?

  • Hoyden Hoyden on Jan 31, 2024

    When Detroit switched from bias ply and bias belted tires to radials in the 70’s, a change of real value took place.

    This might put 1 more pellet in the killing zone, but $hundereds in Beretta/Benelli’s pocket.

    Next, they’ll go old school and drill or draw the barrel for one constriction and forego the chokes. You get to buy multiple barrels, or not.