How to Clean a Benelli Super Vinci Shotgun

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All guns need regular cleaning to function properly and to prevent corrosion or rust. These instructions will walk you through the disassembly, cleaning, and reassembly of the Benelli Super Vinci shotgun. This revolutionary shotgun design can be unfamiliar at first. However, this design can be easily understood in no time. With little practice you will be an expert on your shotgun, making the cleaning process simple and virtually effortless. Because of the simplistic design of the Benelli Super Vinci, the cleaning process can be completed with little to no gun experience. The process requires 5 to 20 minutes to get your Super Vinci spotless with a butter smooth action.
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Step 1: Gather the Materials

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Required materials and cleaning supplies:

- Benelli Super Vinci
- Break Free CLP cleaner (or similar gun cleaner that cleans, lubricates, and protects your shotgun)
- Remington Rem Oil (or similar gun oil that oils and lubricates your shotgun)
- 12-guage gun barrel sock
- Cloth rag

NOTE: The last four materials on the list can be found at your local gunsmith or superstore.

Step 2: Disassemble the Shotgun

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The first step to correctly clean your super Vinci is to disassemble the shotgun into 3 parts, the Forearm Module, Buttstock, and Barrel.

WARNING: Before disassembling the shotgun, be sure it is unloaded and the safety is on.

1. Hold the shotgun with both hands.
2. Press the button on the bottom side of the forearm module while simultaneously twisting the magazine cap counterclockwise.
3. Set the Forearm Module aside.
4. Hold the Buttstock firmly while twisting the Barrel counterclockwise to disconnect barrel from Buttstock.