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Model: 11771
Condition: Factory New
Bud's Item Number: 411547897
UPC: 650350117714
MFG: Benelli

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Benelli’s R1 big game rifle recently got bigger. The R1 is now available in .338 Winchester Magnum, considered one of the most respected North American big game cartridges that’s suitable for hunting large game like brown bear, moose and elk and Africa’s largest plains game.

The Benelli R1 with ComforTech® is currently available in .30-06, .300 Win. Mag., and the latest addition—the .338 Winchester Magnum. No rifle in the world that allows you to get back on target faster than the R1 with ComforTech®—just the ticket for hunting game anywhere in the world.

Pairing R1’s ComforTech® recoil dampening stock with Benelli’s ultra-reliable A.R.G.O. piston-driven system really takes the sting out of recoil. Imagine a .300 Winchester Magnum that feels like you’re shooting a light .270 and you’ll understand what this hunting rifle from Benelli is all about. To put it more graphically, other high-powered hunting rifles kick about twice as hard.

22" Synthetic

4+1 Capacity

44" overall

7.1 lbs. 

Type of Sights: Receiver is drilled and tapped for scope mount

Picatinny rail is included

Length of Pull: 14"

Drop at Heel: 1-3/4"

Drop at Comb: 1-1/4"

This item on ships with one comb.

Action Break Open
Caliber .26 Nosler
Barrel Length 29 1/2" Ported
Overall Length 39 1/2"/ 41 1/2"
Capacity 8 + 1
Stock Wood
Action Semi-Automatic
Caliber 30-06 Springfield
Barrel Length 22"
Overall Length 44"
Capacity 4 + 1
Stock Fixed

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Reviewed By: D. Thomas B on 05/02/2016 Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
Benelli R1 ARGO Warning
I wanted a new hunting rifle to upgrade from my Rem 750. I saved, thought, researched and agonized and finally bought the Benelli R1 in 30.06. I regret the decision and I am pretty angry at Benelli and all their hype. First off, this rifle is very strange and not like anything you have seen before, not a bad thing unless it looks, feels and shoots like a cheap piece of trash%u2026..
The instructions are in about 6 languages, with little flags along the edges to signify which language. No American flag. I found this extremely disrespectful to the American consumer, considering the millions of US tax dollars spent on Benelli products for the US military plus the civilian market.
It took three weeks to assemble the rifle. Benelli doesn%u2019t ship it assembled, I guess they save 3 cents on a shorter box. I tried and tried, the Pidgin English / Italian (reporting to be British English) instructions suck, the parts are not labeled and the illustrations are worthless. %u201CWarning: Use enough force when screwing on the cap to overcome the contrast of the spring stopping the barrel%u2026.%u201D Who knows what that means? I found only one assembly video on You Tube and still struggled for many days. Many folks on the forums have the same problems. Finally it went together last night, I have no idea how.
The metal seems cheap and flimsy, trashy compared to the Rem 750. The end of the bolt is about 8 inches hanging out the back of the receiver like a tail, and fits very poorly into a simple cup%u2014definitely not a precision fit. How does the R1 get such good reviews? Hmmmmm.
Extra magazines are about $100, if you can find them! Benelli themselves are out of stock. Good luck with that. They sell you the product, then short and gouge you every which way. The included scope mounting rail is very cheaply made and is glossy while the rifle is matte. I suppose common aftermarket rails won%u2019t work. The shims for adjustment are very difficult to install and adjust%u2014nearly everything Benelli says about this rifle is an exaggeration or down right false. You will be very sorry if you buy this, I am. Never anything Benelli again!

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