Beretta USA Debuts A300 Ultima Shotgun

posted on June 25, 2021
Beretta USA has announced the launch of a brand-new semi-automatic shotgun series: the A300 Ultima. This gun will feature the classic mechanisms of the A300 platform with newly enlarged controls, an improved receiver, and the proprietary Beretta Kick-Off recoil reduction system.

“The new A300 Ultima offers a unique opportunity for shooters to experience Beretta quality, with unparalleled features set at an incomparable price. Joining the venerable A300 series, we are excited to bring this new line to market in both 12- and 20-gauge configurations for the first time in our history—offering consumers a wide variety of options both in terms of aesthetics and function as well as expanding our offerings to the 20-gauge segment,” Erik Stern, Tactical and Pro-Shop product manager, said.
A300 Ultima in Mossy Oak Bottomland
A300 Ultima in Mossy Oak Bottomland

Made in the USA, the Beretta A300 Ultima is built to withstand adverse conditions out on the hunt. With a 7X7mm stepped rib with included mid bead, this firearm features a standard Beretta thread pitch, and fiber-optic housing with a large 4mm fiber-optic front sight, ideal for high visibility in low light during dawn or dusk shooting.

Included as part of the standard configuration, the A300 Ultima utilizes the Beretta Kick-Off recoil reduction system, designed to enhance control for faster target acquisition. This line also features an oversized loading port and low-profile receiver, alongside a larger bolt handle and bolt release for easier manipulation in adverse conditions.

A300 Ultima in Realtree Max-5
A300 Ultima in Realtree Max-5

The traditional Beretta MobilChoke pattern barrel is designed to fit a wide variety of choke options to suit any shooter’s needs.

For more information on the A300 Ultima, which is now available for purchase in 12- and 20-gauge configurations, and Black Synthetic, Realtree Max-5, or Mossy Oak Bottomland finishes, visit berettausa.comMSRP: $799-899


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