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Benelli MP 95E Atlanta .22 LR

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We didn't like the clunky feel of the Benelli, though it was accurate enough and completely reliable. We thought the Pardini, though more expensive, was the better deal. The Benelli had ambidextrous handling, solid construction and finish, and innovative construction. We wanted two magazines, but got just one.

Benelli MP 95E Atlanta .22 LR

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Home Defense
Concealed Carry
Competition
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Back Strap Height
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Grip Material
Trigger Pull Single

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The rear sight was easily adjusted by a coin. American target-pistols would do well to copy it.
The very wide rear sight gave an excellent sight picture, though we wanted more space around the front sight. These target pistols make changing that a breeze. We liked the ambidextrous laminated grips.

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