The Progressive Comfort recoil reduction system incorporates three sets of patented interlocking flexible buffers that absorb recoil at different stages dependent on the strength of the shotshell’s load.
Progressive comfort The new system of progressive absorption of recoil that occurs in a gradual way based on the weight of the cartridges used. That is the true essence of comfort in the wood, a system invisible but highly sensitive.
Feb 23, 2016 · Does anyone think that Benelli will carry over the progressive comfort recoil pad to the Legacy and Montefeltro models?
Description: Benelli Ethos 12 Gauge Recoil Pad Kit 13.75″. This kit is a Benelli factory original replacement part. This kit includes the Benelli progressive comfort module, recoil pad, and mounting hardware. Manufacturer: Benelli. NOTE: Installation by a qualified gunsmith is highly recommended.
Benelli’s Progressive Comfort Recoil System makes a full day of shooting a breeze. Except for size and weight, Benelli’s 20-gauge Ethos looks identical to its older 12-gauge brother and is built on the same tried and proven Inertia Driven System.
The Progressive Comfort description The standard Progressive Comfort (figure1) is a mechanical system designed to reduce the impact force on the operator’s shoulder during fire. It is composed of three stages of beams in parallel, where each stage has a couple of beams in order to guarantee a progressive stiffness as load increases (low
The Argo E Pro is equipped with Benelli’s patented Progressive Comfort system, which includes a special, soft polyurethane comb that absorbs much of the vibration otherwise transmitted to the face. Its modular design makes the Argo E Pro extremely versatile.
Benelli calls it the Progressive Comfort System, and it has some very unique traits. To begin with, the soft rubber buttpads are interchangeable to adjust the length of pull from 13.8 inches to 15 inches.