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Benelli Introduces Ethos Cordoba BE.S.T. Shotgun

Designed for high-volume shooting, such as an Argentinian dove hunt, the Ethos Cordoba enjoys upgraded features along with Benelli BE.S.T. finish technology, for protection from rust and corrosion.

Hardware: Benelli Ethos 28-Gauge, 3-Inch

The 28-gauge Ethos is a quality sporting shotgun from a trusted maker, and the 3-inch shells go a long way toward closing the power gap between this increasingly popular sub-gauge and its larger kin.

#SundayGunday: Benelli Ethos 28-Gauge Shotgun

It's safe to say that the Benelli ETHOS was well-received. Heck, we gave it a Golden Bullseye Award for Shotgun of the Year. So it wasn't much of a surprise when Benelli continued to flesh out the ETHOS line last year with the introduction of a 20-gauge variant. For 2016, the company took things a step further and releasing a 28-gauge ETHOS.

ARTV: Benelli Ethos

Our friends at American Rifleman recently took a closer look at the ETHOS in an episode of American Rifleman TV.

Benelli Introduces 28-gauge ETHOS

It's safe to say that the Benelli ETHOS was well-received. Heck, we gave it a Golden Bullseye Award for Shotgun of the Year. So it wasn't much of a surprise when Benelli continued to flesh out the ETHOS line last year with the introduction of a 20-gauge variant. For 2016, the company is taking things a step further and releasing a 28-gauge ETHOS.

Benelli Introduces 20-Gauge Ethos

It feels like just yesterday that we awarded Benelli's Ethos with the Golden Bullseye for Shotgun of the Year. On the heels of that announcement, Benelli is expanding its now award-winning line, with the introduction of a 20-gauge edition.

American Hunter's 2015 Golden Bullseye Award Winners

The editors of American Hunter have announced the recipients of the magazine's 2015 Golden Bullseye Awards.

An Ethos in Delaware

To honor the debut of its new Ethos, Benelli put the shotgun on tour. The plan? Have one model visit all 50 states before SHOT Show.

America's Ethos Visits Delaware

Being a native of Delaware, Web Managing Editor Shawn Skipper was tapped to handle The First State's leg of Benelli's America's Ethos Tour. How did he fare? Find out.

John Zent's Top 10 Shotguns

Since junior high, NRA Publications Editorial Director John Zent has had a love-hate affair with shotguns. He loves ‘em when he hits; hates ‘em when he misses. Of course, he knows better than to blame the gun, but he has to live with himself and can always switch to a new shotgun—right? Or perhaps he can really be fickle and have 10 favorite wingshooting buddies. Check out John's Top 10 shotguns.

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