Originally Posted by Dillinger
I know what the Benelli M3 is, but I haven't seen any clones of it. The thing that makes a Benelli a Benelli is their recoil reduction system.
That's a new one. Their multiple weird stocks are their only recoil reducing items. Their "inertia action" is what their claim to fame is, and if there is anything it doesn't do, it's reduce recoil. It absolutely requires the receiver of the gun to recoil in order to function; that's why they don't do well loaded down with any tactical gear or anything else.
I thought their dual action gun was gas operated, too, but not absolutely positive on that one, and that bolt does not look like an inertia action bolt, either. They do sell a Stoeger semi auto (2000?) with an inertia action, as both are owned by Beretta, and I wouldn't be surprised to learn that this is some other owned subsidiary in a foreign language, or maybe it's Turkish for Stoeger or something.
I got some hits on other search engines, but all the pages were in Turkish or some other language.