Benelli Cordoba

The Benelli Cordoba is a semi-automatic hunting shotgun chambered in 12 gauge and 20 gauge.

According to Benelli, the Cordoba was specifically designed for endurance hunting of doves in Argentina. So the Cordoba designed it so shooters could shoot comfortably all day long.

Benelli added two specific features to reduce recoil: a ported barrel and the ComforTech stock. The porting holes are near the muzzle and allow propellant gases to release slightly early in turn draining some of its energy, so when the gas cycles back to push the bolt to the rear (recoil), it won’t be as bad.

The ComforTech stock uses a gel recoil pad that cushions and disperses what’s left of the backwards force, so it isn’t focused on one spot. Also the stock itself is designed to absorb and interrupt the force by aligning cushions diagonally through it.

Otherwise it has a vent rib barrel with a mid bead and red bar front sight. It is available with either a 28″ or 30″ barrel in black or real tree camo.


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