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Benelli R1 .338 Win. Mag. Rifle 11773

SKU 11773-BE

24" Barrel - GripTight - Drilled & tapped

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Description

The Benelli 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.


Specifications

  • Caliber:.338 WM
  • Weight:7.1 lbs
  • Rifle Overall Length:46"
  • Action:Semi-auto
  • Trigger:5 lbs
  • Safety:Push
  • Rifle Barrel Length:24"
  • Rifle Barrel Twist:1:11
  • Rifle Stock:Black Synthetic GripTight
  • Scope Mount:5" Picatinny rail
  • Magazines Included:3+1
  • Iron Sights No
  • Caliber or Gauge:.338 Win Mag
  • HandednessRight Hand
  • Item ConditionNew
  • Product TypeRifles
  • UPC650350117738
  • MPN11773

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
June 12, 2018

Eurooptic was great working with my ffl and shipped it quickly without issue. Here is my review of the Benelli R1 comfortech .338 win mag: I finally got a chance to shoot my new R1 in .338 win mag with black ComforTech stock. The Good: In general, the rifle shoots well and I like it enough to hunt with regularly for large game. It shot 225 grain Fusions very well, cloverleafs at 50 yards shooting at the range (no lead sled). It also shot Superformance 200's and Federal Trophy Copper 225's very well, both had similar performance and ballistics, but different than the fusions (about 1" higher and not as tight groups). Feeding and ejection were fast and slick, as expected, and it even fed with my .300 win mag magazine from my other R1. I took my time breaking in the new barrel, cleaning and cooling between shots for the first box or so. Even after 60 or so shots, my shoulder was not bruised. The Not So Good: The fit and finish is not nearly as refined as my 12 year old blued/wooden R1 with the crio barrel. The machining on the older rifle is the nicest I've seen, as well as the durability of the blued crio barrel and finish. It looks like Benelli might have reduced manufacturing costs somewhere down the line. The black coating is decent, but not great (scratched the barrel on the cement range table), and the fitment of the action and parts isn't as precise as I expected. Also, I think my expectations were too high with the recoil reduction of the ComfortTech stock. It still kicked like a .338 win mag, with maybe a little less sharpness than my other bolt action .338 WM. I also wish they had done the crio treatment on the barrel, as I noticed some accuracy degradation from it when it got hot. This doesn't happen at all on the older model I have. All in all, it shoots and functions great, which is all that really matters. It's a very good semi-auto hunting rifle for the price, and don't regret buying it at all.

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