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LSULEFTY
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Youngsville, LA
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re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci

Because I'm left handed, I'll say Benelli.


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hawkster
Member since Aug 2010
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re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
I have a Vinci (not a super) and an A400. They both shoot great and are fine firearms. The Vinci is a breeze to clean and maintain.


SmackoverHawg
Arkansas Fan
Member since Oct 2011
15561 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
Browning A5 FTW.


tigerclaws
LSU Fan
Corpus Christi, TX
Member since Jul 2007
51 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
Just got a Browning new A5 with 3.5" chamber. Highly recommend. Had Benelli, no comparison! A5 has less kick and doesn't jam.


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upgrayedd
Louisiana Tech Fan
Further on up the road
Member since Mar 2013
14138 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
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Browning A5 FTW


I've got an old Belgian A5 Sweet Sixteen. That bastard kicks harder than my 870.


soco790
Member since Aug 2011
160 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
A5.

Your welcome


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lv2bowhntAU
Auburn Fan
God's Country,a.k.a N. Alabama
Member since Jan 2011
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re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
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I've got an old Belgian A5 Sweet Sixteen. That bastard kicks harder than my 870.

Learn how to adjust the rings


I third the A5. I love my 3-1/2" A5. Even if it does seem to be getting left in the bag a lot more so I can just keeping plugging away with the old Belgium Mag Twelve. I sure wish they could have made the new ones swing like the old ones did


upgrayedd
Louisiana Tech Fan
Further on up the road
Member since Mar 2013
14138 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
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Learn how to adjust the rings


I just figured it was because the whole barrel came back and cycled the bolt.
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lv2bowhntAU
Auburn Fan
God's Country,a.k.a N. Alabama
Member since Jan 2011
2617 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
Nope. The A-5's can be one of the softest shooting auto's out there when set up right,especially the Magnum ones. Look up how to adjust them. Thank me the next time you take that Sweet Sixteen to the dove field.


upgrayedd
Louisiana Tech Fan
Further on up the road
Member since Mar 2013
14138 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
Sweet. Thanks for the tip!


bigbuckdj
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Member since Sep 2011
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re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
I have a Beretta A400 extreme and I love it, I have shot 3.5s in it too.


lv2bowhntAU
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God's Country,a.k.a N. Alabama
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soco790
Member since Aug 2011
160 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
Beretta is a fine gun as well.

Honestly whatever feels best to you between a A5, a400 and super Vinci is what you should get. All 3 are badass shotguns


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bbvdd
Alabama Fan
Memphis, TN
Member since Jun 2009
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re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
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Browning A5

You mean the SBE I knock off.


lv2bowhntAU
Auburn Fan
God's Country,a.k.a N. Alabama
Member since Jan 2011
2617 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
Yep. Only difference is the SBE never leaves the safe since I took the A5 on its first dove hunt. I'm not knocking the Nelli in any way. They're as fine a new shotgun as any out there. But it doesn't fit or handle as well as the A5 to me personally. Plus every single person I know of thats shot the same loads out of each gun has said the A5 recoils less. Why that is I have no clue considering the internals are basically the same. I will not sell the Benelli but it sure doesn't get used anymore


SmackoverHawg
Arkansas Fan
Member since Oct 2011
15561 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
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They're as fine a new shotgun as any out there. But it doesn't fit or handle as well as the A5 to me personally. Plus every single person I know of thats shot the same loads out of each gun has said the A5 recoils less. Why that is I have no clue considering the internals are basically the same. I

Yuuup.


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HungryFisherman
LSU Fan
Houston,TX / BR, LA
Member since Nov 2013
981 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
I have the Beretta. Love it. Shot plenty of 3.5s in the past 2 seasons. It's a great gun.


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Tigah D
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jul 2008
608 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
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I have a Vinci (not a super) and an A400. They both shoot great and are fine firearms. The Vinci is a breeze to clean and maintain.


The A400 is silly easy to clean. Owned an Xtrema2 for 7 seasons then went to A400, love them both, with plenty of 3.5's through them.

Don't get the safety position issue but have heard of plenty complaining on that. Birds working in, trigger finger on safety, birds really close, safety pushed, and finger to trigger, pow pow dead ducks. Not difficult folks


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nelatf
Louisiana Tech Fan
NELA
Member since Jan 2011
1567 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
Beretta all day - shoot a box of light or mid weight rounds through at first- will last a lifetime

Love mine
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LouisianaChessie
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since May 2010
2446 posts

re: Beretta a400 xtreme or Benelli Super Vinci
A super Vinci purchase = a lifetime of your middle finger getting whacked


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