Unless you’re one of those folks out there that’s a devout fan of the centerfire rifle (for all applications), you’ve probably noticed that Italians have a habit of making pretty nice shotguns. And I’m not just talking about the folks that have been at it for nearly five centuries. Benelli’s been at the scattergun game for just under 50 years —which still makes it something of a new kid on the block in this industry—but has more than made its mark on history.
For a limited time, Beretta is offering consumers the chance to cash in on a $100 rebate with the purchase of any A300 Outlander. The promotion runs through June 30—so if you're looking to add a Beretta scattergun to your collection, you'd best act fast.
Beretta is known for its high-quality over/under shotguns that flood game fields and clay ranges throughout the world. Its latest model, the 692, is a feature-laced over/under that’s been modified for serious clay shooters—but it’s also deadly in the field. Here’s why.
I enjoy the ties that bind when it comes to the NRA and SCI's work in the hunting and wildlife conservation arena.
Here's one of many great stories coming out of the 43rd Annual SCI Hunters' Convention as the Potterfields are recognized for their esteemed role in the hunting and wildlife conservation arena.
Renowned designer Marc Newson is best known for his work involving furniture, cars, cameras, watches and—most recently—Apple products. But who cares about that stuff? The man just made a shotgun for Beretta: the 486 by Marc Newson.
Beretta USA has announced that its new 486 side-by-side, designed by Marc Newson, will be reaching American shores on the heels of a successful European launch.
Beretta USA has announced that it has decided to move the entirety of its manufacturing capabilities from Accokeek, Md., to Gallatin, Tenn.
When you're the oldest active firearms manufacturer in the world, you tend to have a rich, engrossing history. With that in mind, we've compiled a collection of facts that you might not know about Beretta. Check them out, and be sure to share your own little-known facts with us.