Luke Cuenco 09.19.22
Executives from both Green Top and Benelli USA will present the “Virginian.”This exclusive, limited-run touts unique serial
numbers beginning with 75GT, signifying Green Top’s 75th Anniversary (“GT” represents Green Top and “75” indicates the company’s 75 years
in business). Adding to the value of this unique Super Black Eagle 3, these limited shotguns have been produced specifically for this event.
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Green Top Celebrates 75 Years with Special Edition Super Black Eagle 3
The “Virginian” is a 12-gauge version of the popular Super Black Eagle 3 model. It features a 26-inch barrel chambered for 3-1⁄2 inch shells. The “Virginian” boasts a Realtree Timber® finish and is furnished with five premium BE.S.T. choke tubes. The BE.S.T finish is guaranteed not to rust or corrode for 25 years. Other features include a braided paracord sling, a hard storage case, a sticker of the “Virginian” logo, and a certificate of authenticity. The “Virginian” is available for purchase in-store at Green Top today. A limited amount will be available online at Green Top, and a reserve amount will be featured at the upcoming Green Top Outdoor Expo on Oct. 1-2, 2022.
This new shotgun will be sold exclusively by Green Top and will be sold for a price of $1,999.99 as configured above. The Super Black Eagle 3 is often used by waterfowl hunters and shooters and is perfectly suited for nearly every type of upland hunting you’ve got in mind. Each “Virginian” Super Black Eagle 3 will have an exclusive serial number retained for this specific run of shotguns which will begin with “75GT” to commemorate 75 years of a successful business for Green Top. For more information or to order this special edition shotgun, you can visit https://www.greentophuntfish.com/.
“We are proud to have such a loyal customer base here in Virginia and beyond. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own such a unique, high-quality part of our legacy. As part of this limited product rollout and special event, in-store displays will showcase the “Virginian”