Benelli MP 90S World Cup

SKU Benelli MP-90S-22

List Price $1,912.00
Your Price $1,699.00
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The Benelli MP-90 World Cup target pistol shows exceptional performance. The firearm can be adapted to cater to the most exacting demands of world class marksman. Chambered in .22 Long Rifle The MP-90 is only available in the Two Tone Configuration. California legal.Note that the receivers are no longer grooved on top, but scope mounts are available.


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by on January 28, 2008

Rugers, Buckmarks, Trailside, Beretta 87T, and then I stepped up to a Walther SSP. I like it, but have a few problems with light strikes. However, I was hooked. I wanted another really good 22 pistol, so I bought the Benelli. I've had several BMWs, but only 1 Fiat. I was a little concerned about the quality of an Italian pistol. Well, I was surprised and I really love the Benelli. It is giving me groups as good as the SSP, and doesn't have the over-engineering the SSP has. Not to mention that it was a lot less money. I strongly recommend this pistol. Terry - DFW, Texas

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by on July 11, 2010

This is one excellent pistol. It holds everything Benelli promises. Extremely simple mechanics makes it incredibly reliable. 5000 rounds fired so far, not a single alibi in the 3 months I have used this fine piece. I used to shoot - and still do - a S&W41, also a very nice and accurate pistol. However, I moved to the Benelli, because the 41 gives me an alibi on average every 100 rounds. It fails to cycle reliably, unless you are using very hot ammo, which is not the idea for high level target comp. Standard velocity just won't cycle reliably in the 41, but I have not had a single issue with the Benelli so far. One thing about the Benelli: It uses a synthetic replaceable buffer, which has to be exchanged when it shows signs of cracking. I just changed my first buffer, a $ 5 item. So, every 100,000 shots, you have to budget for $ 100 of buffers. Just something to be prepared for.... Oh, one more thing: It is incredibly accurate out to 50 yards. You can't go wrong with this pistol!!! J, Texas

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by on April 22, 2012

My pistol was purchased in California in 1992..It was on of two that was marked Heckler & Koch Inc and sold by the infamous gun-dealer that supplied the fire power to the LAPD during the shot-out with two bank robbers on the LA streets... Over the past twenty years, I more or less, have shot this gun every weekend down at the local Gun-Range...I think I've shot every 22 ammuntion know to exist..It will stove pipe with a few...From a sandbag it likes the CCI brand the best..Forget the 90 cents a round stuff... After all these years and countless rounds fired... It has broken a firing pin... Years ago I added one Weaver #39 mount and a small red dot scope in front of the rear sight...My eyes went bad before this gun... The other tip is to use a 3/8 neoprene sink washer as a recoil buffer...When the orginal went belly-up years ago I couldn't find another. H&K said "it's not their gun" and they don't carry any parts for it..I wrote the Benelli Factory ..A few weeks later this package arrived from Italy with lots of free spares.. The firing-pin was supplied by Larrys..($12) It's nice to get parts.... Buy this pistol if you want to have a great gun to give to your son after your shooting days are over...

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by on April 5, 2012

I absolutely love this pistol! I've seen an immediate jump in my scores. It has been 100% reliable in the 3 months (approx. 7500 rounds) I've had it and it's a pleasure to shoot. I highly recommend someone in the market for a top grade target pistol to give the Benelli MP90S a look.

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by on January 20, 2015

I received my new gun today and took it to the range to try. I used several kinds of ammo, Aquila,Blazer and CCI and all worked without a misfire. I have not received my mount from Larry so I was limited to the iron sights. After about 20 shots I had the gun centered and I did better then expected with the next 150 rounds. I cleaned the gun easly without field stripping. Next time I will try Amandas instructions and field strip the gun. The gun is on the par with my Feinwerkbau AW93 and almost one half the price. I ordered weights and will try them when received. I really wish that Benelli had left the rail mounts on the top of the gun, I can't see any reason to remove them.

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by on August 17, 2014

Been shooting my Mp90 since 1999. close to 70k rounds through it on original buffer. The only problem I've had is broken firing pins about one a yr but it only takes about 2 minutes to change.

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by on October 1, 2016

Finally purchased an MP90s from Larry (actually DeAnna!) It was delivered overnight, so I spent a few hours at my local gun range, after disassembling, cleaning bore, and lubricating. First, the Nill grip is the absolute best, IMO. It just fits my rather small hand. After gathering up all my "residual" ammo, from Ely Tenex to old Federal, I fired 20 five round clips through it. Not one malfunction. Now to the deal: It was extremely pleasant to to business with LGI. After mailing a trade pistol, the Benelli arrived at my local FFL overnight. The order was exactly as we had discussed. This is just a preliminary report, but I will tell you that I am impressed with both the pistol and LGI service. Thanks, Larry and DeAnna!

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by on September 12, 2015

I have been shooting this pistol for more than ten years now and other than a few chipped firing pins this pistol is nothing short of wonderful. I shoot CCI, Aguila without problems. accurate and reliable. Many of my friends shoot Pardinis and cant say the same. The grip on these guns is also excellent. Tried a friends Pardini and it was not comfortable, needs work to fit my hand. My 41 is a close second but only after I put a lower powered recoil spring in it from wolff. Brand name is nothing if the score isn't there.

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by on January 18, 2013

I haved used the mp90 for six or more years now. Excellent pistol. Reliable and every bit as good as the rest. I have several bullseye buddys who have problems with their pardinis. As to another reviewers comments about his 41 failing to cycle. I too shot a 41 for many years, another excellent pistol with a great trigger, however I have found the only way for tis gun to be 100% reliable is to change the recoil spring to a Wolf spring reduced power spring. Then it will be 100% reliable. Also replace the extractor and spring as needed.

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by on January 13, 2016

When I used to shoot competition pistol, I would of shot most competition grade handguns but the one that shot just perfectly shot after shot was the Benelli. The accuracy is superb and it felt like an extension of my hand, I'd give it 10 out of 10

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by on September 29, 2015

Have shot buckmark (fun, but not competition worthy), Walther GSP (find it too unwieldy for rapid), an old Pardini SP (dont like the grip angle nor the sights), feinwerkbau, sig mosquito, and a few more. Benelli MP90S is my clear favorite. One magazine was faulty, and the firing pin needs replacing 1-3 times per year - other than that no problems. 3 thumbs up

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by on October 7, 2014

I have been shooting mine for 8 years now. It has been nothing but great. Reliable, accurate and comfortable in the hand. It will shoot subsonics or standard velocity all day long, even makes some of the cheaper ammo look good. As far as the S & W 41, great trigger, doesn't fit small hands. If you want 100% reliability I put the Wolff spring kit in with a slightly lighter recoil spring. I think it was around 7 or 8 lb.

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