The Benelli Vinci is a semi-automatic shotgun manufactured and sold by Benelli Armi SpA. It uses an inertia-driven system of operation, and contains recoil-reducing features. It also features a modular design consisting of the barrel/receiver module (containing the operating system, free-floating barrel, and bolt), the trigger group/forearm module (containing the trigger assembly, safety, shell carrier and magazine), and the buttstock. The shotgun was named after Leonardo da Vinci. It is Benelli’s first shotgun to feature an in-line inertia-driven operating system.