12ga Benelli Raffaello Power Bore 28"

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If you're looking for a modern semi-automatic shotgun that has an older style then this is what you want. Elegant lines and lovely wood combined with the modern inertia driven feedback gives this gun a unique look.

The looks of the new Raffaello combine advanced styling with traditional elegance. Its lines are truly timeless, modern but with classical beauty. The new Raffaello’s most striking feature is a sleek, slender silhouette that foretells easy handling.

• Calibre: 12ga-3"
• Stock and fore-end: Oil finished grade 3 walnut with new Progressive Comfort system
• Recoil pad: special polyurethane
• Chamber: 76 magnum
• Mechanics: Benelli inertial semiautomatic with variable geometry trigger release unit
• Receiver: Nickel plated receiver, bolt unit machined from billet and chrome plated
• Comb: Special Polyurethane
• Stock length trigger measured / deviation: mm 365 +/- 2 mm modifiable to mm 350 +/- 2 mm with specific stock with Progressive Comfort Kit or to 380 mm +/- 2 mm with long recoil pad
• Drop at comb: 37 ± 1 mm
• Drop at heel: 55 ± 1 mm, adjustable to 45/50/60/65
• Weight: approx. weight 2,950 ± 100 g with 70 cm barrel
• Magazine: Without plug 3 rounds of 12/76, 4 rounds of 12/70; 2 round with plug
• Trigger guard: Technopolymer – chrome plated
• Trigger: Removable trigger unit; trigger weight from 22 to 28 N; reversible, transverse safety; automatic anti-repeat device, automatic locking device to prevent firing unless the bolt is fully retracted; magazine cut-off
• Sight: Red fibre optic



Essential design, simple construction, easy maintenance and mechanical precision for maximum strength and reliability.

The cleverness of the Benelli System lies in the rigor of its design, constructional simplicity and ease of maintenance. There are three main components: the bolt, that acts as an inertial mass and slides freely along guides made in the sides of the receiver, the locking head and the large free spring, mounted on the bolt.Its operations is ingenious and efficient. While the bolt assembly moves into the firing position, the locking head pin movesalong a shaped guide inside the bolt to engage the locking head.When the trigger is pulled, all the components of the shotgun,with the exception of the bolt, move backwards. At the same time,the inertial spring is compressed between the head of the bolt and the body of the bolt itself. The cartridge drop lever rises to allowthe cartridge to move from the magazine to the firing chamber.Towards the end of the recoil cycle, the pressure inside the chamberreaches a safe level and the backward movement of the shotgun slows down. Then, the heavy inertial spring pushes the bolt assembly backwards, releasing the revolving head of the bolt and extracting the cartridge fired from the chamber, pushing it against the ejector. When the empty cartridge leaves the receiver, the energy developed by the moving bolt assembly rearms the hammer and compresses the recoil spring inside the stock. Following this, the recoil spring pushes the bolt assembly forwards, in this way raising the shell forwards into the  correct position and putting a new cartridge into the chamber. The brevity and ease of these movements together with mechanical precision and constructional simplicity guarantee an operating cycle which will not alter or jam, offering maximum resistance and extreme reliability.



The barrel Power Bore cryogenic drilling with diameters selected and extremely low speeds and provides greater penetration of the target. Cryo Power Bore hole drilling on a perfect bull's-eye target and insured.



The new system of progressive absorption of recoil that occurs in a gradual way based on the weight of the cartridges used. That is the true essence of comfort in the wood, a system invisible but highly sensitive.


The following firearm limited warranties are offered by Benelli which is proud to grant to its customers supplementary rights in addition to those provided by consumer protection law and by other laws applicable in the country of purchase of the firearm; these rights are granted in addition and without prejudice to the warranties provided for by the foregoing legislations:

• 10-year Limited Warranty: Your new Benelli firearm is warranted for 10 years from date of purchase against any defect in materials or workmanship in the metal parts of your product (“10-year Warranty”).

• BE.S.T. 25-year Limited Warranty: In addition, barrels and parts that are treated with the Benelli Surface Treatment (“BE.S.T.”) (available on specific models) are warranted against rust and corrosion for 25 years from date of purchase (“BE.S.T. Warranty”).

The 10-year Warranty and BE.S.T. Warranty are referred to collectively as the “Benelli Warranties.” The Benelli Warranties are subject to the terms and conditions described below.

General Requirements for Coverage

In order to be covered by the Benelli Warranties you must:

• Register your firearm below within 30 days from purchase. The warranty will be validated by the serial number of your firearm. We recommend keeping a copy of your original proof of purchase so that the start date for your Benelli Warranties can be verified.

• Be the original purchaser of the firearm. The Benelli Warranties do not cover any claims made by subsequent owners.

Purchase of this item requires a firearms licence, you will need to complete a Police Order Form and take it into your local police station to have it signed off. The form can be found from the link below.
Police Order Form

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