The Raffaello Crio semiautomatic shotgun is the result of advanced technological research, the use of special alloys and carbon fibre and is the best representation of the innovative spirit of Benelli.
The design of the receiver and the slim line of the trigger guard are the result of careful aesthetic and ergonomic research that guarantees quick firing and swing.
The Raffaello Crio shotgun derives its name from the ingenious application of the cryogenic treatment, until now the prerogative of the aerospace industry.
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In 1967 the Benelli brothers, the same as those of the motorcycle factory, founded Benelli Armi in Urbino enthused by their great passion for hunting. They had the ingenious foresight to understand that shotguns would have progressed into repeaters and their aim was to construct a hunting gun able to fire five rounds in less than a second.
Bruno Civolani put their ideas into practice by inventing the Benelli inertial system, which exploits the inertia of the masses instead of the traditional gas operated mechanism, guaranteeing certainty and reliability. The prestige of Benelli Armi grew as years went by, with the launching of innovative and prized firearms but without relinquishing the love of tradition.