When it comes to shotgun innovations, Mark Roth and his company, Roth Performance, is a name that appears on top of many people’s list.
Roth Performance, formerly known as RCI, was founded by Mark and Cyndi Roth with the mission to provide a cost effective solution to the never ending capacity problem for the shotgun platform.
Their first product, the XRAIL System, was conceived in 2006. Roth, designed, patented and trademarked it. The design was then prototyped, tested and re-engineered to lower the weight to the gun, without compromising the durability and reliability. Many may remember team FNH USA members competing with the XRAIL on 3-Gun Nation’s television show.
Over the years Roth continued to perfect his craft while creating solutions for the competitive shotgunner.” Roth Performance’s mission is to make shotguns run at their top performance for the task, from military and law enforcement, to snow goose hunting, to competitive shooting” said Roth.
But now Roth continues to innovate with a competition-ready XB3G shotgun receiver for the Benelli M2 and Breda B12i shotgun platforms. “The most important feature is that it comes with our quad vacuum port, so you won’t have to worry about milling on it. Also, we made it ready to accept the Benelli Ethos-style latch in addition to the regular style latch.” These features, along with a pic rail top and a pistol rear sight notch in the back takes the guesswork out of building your competition shotgun.
“The XB3G receiver is now a receiver kit that people can order and just put their parts on it” said Roth. “Traditionally to achieve the same thing the customer would have to send the gun to us we would convert it to a captured follower system put the port in and then mend the two together.Now all of the features that were required to do by hand come already in the receiver. There are five patents pending on this product it is definitely a game-changer.”
Roth expects these receivers will be ready to ship by the end of July. For more information visit www.xrailbyrci.com