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The Benelli Raffaello Crio 20 semiautomatic shotgun respects the exclusive, refined designs of the Raffaello models, in a gauge that satisfies the huntsman’s passion, and guarantees high shooting performance. The cryogenic treatment allows the barrel to vibrate and dilate uniformly upon shooting and, shot after shot, is less subject to overheating. The patterns are broader, regular and uniform, with no change as more shots are fired. The cryogenic tempered barrels also boast a far longer life than average, are easier to clean and more resistant to erosion and corrosion.

Technologies

Superior shooting performance thanks to uniform barrel vibration and expansion during firing; broader, more even and more uniform hot patterns. Benelli is the first firearms manufacturer to apply industrial cryogenic treatments...
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...

Technical details

Gauge: 
Ga 20-3"
Stock and fore-end: 
Superior category walnut
Recoil pad: 
Rubber
Chamber: 
76 magnum
Mechanics: 
Inertial semi-automatic Benelli with variable geometry trigger release unit
Receiver: 
Ergal, rolled and white nickel-plated
Stock length trigger measured / deviation: 
360 mm / LH and RH adjustments
Drop at comb: 
35 mm
Drop at heel: 
55 mm adjustable at 45, 50, 60 and on request at 64
Weight: 
2,650 g. approx. with 26" barrel
Magazine: 
Without plug 3 rounds of 20/76, 4 rounds of 20/70; 2 round with plug
Safety: 
Larger, trasversal amidextrous with red arm ready for shooting signal
Trigger guard: 
Ergal
Trigger: 
Removable trigger unit; release force from 22 to 28 N; manual, transverse, reversible safety; automatic anti-repeat device, automatic locking device to prevent firing unless the bolt is fully retracted; magazine cutoff.
Sight: 
High-vis red fibre optic

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Brochure: 
Instructions for maintenance and spare parts: