The 828U Limited Edition stands apart with its nickel-plated steel frame and elegant game scene engravings along the sides, top and bottom of the receiver—a perfect complement to the shotgun’s luxurious, satin-finished AA-grade walnut furniture.
Benelli’s new 828U Sport over/under shotgun is based on the company’s revolutionary 828U platform with its patented, innovative steel locking plate and streamlined receiver. It features an integrated adjustment capability using a combination of small weights in the buttstock, allowing users to balance the shotgun to their preferred shooting style.
When you're offered a chance to bust some clays and raise money for a great cause while doing so, you don't say no. It was with that in mind that four members of the NRA Publications department ventured to Queenstown, Md., on Sept. 11, 2015, for the inaugural Benelli Invitational.
Unless you’re one of those folks out there that’s a devout fan of the centerfire rifle (for all applications), you’ve probably noticed that Italians have a habit of making pretty nice shotguns. And I’m not just talking about the folks that have been at it for nearly five centuries. Benelli’s been at the scattergun game for just under 50 years —which still makes it something of a new kid on the block in this industry—but has more than made its mark on history.