Raffaello Lord 20 amazes with style. A single model offers refinement, class, a practical approach, painstaking attention to detail and functionality. A 20 gauge firearm that blends elegance and style. Balance and good taste show in the careful selection of the leather that covers stock and fore-end.
76 mm Magnum
BARRELS AND CHOKES
CB - Interchangeable choke - Crio 65/70 cm ***/cyl.
Ergal, bronze anodised with mat finish
STOCK AND FORE-END
Leather coated walnut
STOCK LENGTH TRIGGER MEASURED / DEVIATION
350 ± 2 mm. Cast: variable, LH and RH
Without limiter 3 rounds 20/76 mm, 4 rounds 20/70 mm; 2-round limiter
approx. 2,580 g with 65 cm barrel
Case, drop and cast change kit; kit with chokes and wrench, quick-release sling attachment swivels, Ben oil, use and service handbook
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.
The technical features and images on the web site are purely approximate, can be improved and / or changed at any time without notice.
Inertia Driven System
Rigorous design, simple construction, easy maintenance and mechanical accuracy guarantee maximum durability and extreme reliability. The cleverness of the Benelli System lies in its rigorous design, simple construction and ease of maintenance. The fast, minimised operating movements combined with mechanical accuracy and essential construction ensure an unaltered working cycle that is perfect every time, maximum strength and utmost reliability.
In cryogenic technology, the first element you need to consider is the barrel. The expansion caused by friction heat and pressure is limited, so that the barrel can vibrate and expand evenly on firing. The pattern provided by a cryogenic barrel is wider, more regular and more uniform, with pattern centres that will not shift as you fire shot after shot, to the benefit of shooting accuracy. Cryogenic treatment also has positive effects on the life of the barrel, which is more resistant to wear and less susceptible to attack by combustion residues. Benelli was the first company to apply Cryogenic Treatment to the barrel and choke of a light firearm on an industrial scale in order to enhance its ballistic performance.
Each barrel marked with the lily emblem undergoes National Proof House testing for steel shot ammunition. The Crio Steel Shot chokes feature elongated chamfers to guarantee maximum ballistic performance and resistance when using Steel ammunition.