Benelli Belgium


Montefeltro Left-Hand

The Benelli Duca di Montefeltro Left-Hand and Montefeltro Left-Hand semiautomatics are the first ever shotguns to be produced by a European company specifically for left-handed users. The cocking handle and safety catch are to the left, along with cartridge case ejection. The stock deviates to the left making for a comfortable, natural firing position that encourages concentration, visibility and freedom of movement.

Technical details

Gauge: Ga 12-3"
Stock and fore-end: Walnut, Elegance System finish
Recoil pad: Synthetic
Chamber: 76 magnum
Mechanics: Inertial semi-automatic Benelli with variable geometry trigger release unit
Receiver: Ergal, black anodised with polish finish
Stock length trigger measured / deviation: 360 mm / LH adjustments
Drop at comb: 38,5 mm
Drop at heel: 55 mm adjustable at 45, 50, 60 and on request at 64
Weight: 3,150 g. approx. with 28" barrel
Magazine: Without plug 3 rounds of 12/76, 4 rounds of 12/70; 2 round with plug
Safety: Larger, trasversal with red arm ready for shooting signal
Trigger guard: Technopolymer
Trigger: Removable; trigger weight from 20 to 28 N; reversible, transverse safety; automatic anti-repeat device, automatic locking device to prevent firing unless the bolt is fully retracted; magazine cutoff
Sight: Fluorescent red


Technologies used by this shotgun: Inertia Driven System, Left Hand