Vinci is the original shotgun for tough guys and it is only natural for some of its evolutions to be designed for more tactical environments. The Pistol Grip version of the Vinci has a stock with separate pistol grip. It is no coincidence that the requests for a first Tactical Win came from the USA whose audience, in addition to it being a "tough" shotgun, also appreciated the versatility of the Vinci, the only shotgun in the world that allows for magazine tube and stock to be changed quickly and without tools. In the Pistol Grip version, Vinci is offered in two different configurations, both characterized by an 18.5"/47-cm barrel equipped with internal chokes (supplied as standard *, ***, ****), adjustable ghost sight with shock protection mounted on the back of the upper receiver together with a Picatinny rail for the installation of optics or scopes. The two configurations use different stocks.
76 mm Magnum
BARRELS AND CHOKES
CB - Interchangeable choke 47 cm; */**/***/**** with back-sight
STOCK AND FORE-END
Technopolymer with Pistol Grip
STOCK LENGTH TRIGGER MEASURED / DEVIATION
Tubular with 2-round limiter (without limiter 3 rounds 12/76 mm; 3 rounds 12/70 mm)
approx. 3,100 g
The innovative, exclusive case makes it even easier to carry the Vinci. Designed for maximum space saving, it lets you carry the three modules of the shotgun in full safety.
In cryogenic technology, the first element you need to consider is the barrel. The expansion caused by friction heat and pressure is limited, so that the barrel can vibrate and expand evenly on firing. The pattern provided by a cryogenic barrel is wider, more regular and more uniform, with pattern centres that will not shift as you fire shot after shot, to the benefit of shooting accuracy. Cryogenic treatment also has positive effects on the life of the barrel, which is more resistant to wear and less susceptible to attack by combustion residues. Benelli was the first company to apply Cryogenic Treatment to the barrel and choke of a light firearm on an industrial scale in order to enhance its ballistic performance.
Free Floating Barrel
The Free-floating barrel system allows unparalleled ballistic precision. The barrel forms a single unit with the receiver cover (Barrel Module) and operates coaxially to the new Vinci Inertia Bolt System. The Free-Floating barrel, without the traditional lug, rests on the receiver with a flat and elongated plug equipped with guides. Thanks to this solution, the barrel is free to vibrate naturally upon firing. With the new attachment system and compact design of the Barrel Module, the Vinci shotgun deliver pattern centres with unparalleled stability and a significant reduction in shot dispersion; regardless of the cartridge payload, be it shot or slug.
In-Line Inertia Driven System
In-Line Inertia Driven System: a unique structural balance among semi-automatic shotguns. The In-Line Inertia Driven System mechanism is powered by a single spring that makes it incredibly simple, durable and efficient. The barrel forms a single unit with the receiver and operates coaxially to the new In-Line Inertia Driven Bolt System. Perfect balance for unprecedented accuracy. Perfect force distribution, flawless balance, minimal muzzle rise upon firing.