Browse Beretta shotguns for sale at Guns.com. Our inventory includes new and used models in a wide price range. Find the popular Beretta 686 and A400 platforms. Whether you are looking for a gun for clay target shooting, hunting, or home defense, Beretta has many products available.
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The history of Beretta dates back to 1562 when the Republic of Venice requested arquebus barrels to be crafted by Mastro Bartolomeo Beretta. Over almost five centuries, the company grew out of Italy and across the globe, while earning a reputation for creating products that adhere to the highest standards. Quality without compromise is the company's core value and currently remains as important today as it was nearly 500 years ago. Today, Beretta combines 15 generations of trade secrets and experience with cutting edge technology to deliver products with uncompromising quality.
Beretta presently manufactures more than 65 different shotguns, including semi-automatic, over-and-under, and side-by-side, as well as those designed specifically with military and law enforcement in mind. Their array of shotguns are made for a wide range of uses, including waterfowl and upland hunting, home defense, and shooting trap, skeet, and sporting clays.
Popular Beretta shotguns for sale include the 390, 686 Silver Pigeon I, A300 Outlander, and A400.
A reliable semi-automatic with light recoil, the 390 is suitable for turkey or waterfowl hunting, as well as shooting sporting clays. It is available in 12- or 20-gauge and is made with a wood or synthetic stock with a matte or camo finish.
The Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon I is an over-under that offers premium quality at an attractive price. Built with a low-profile action, it sports an oil-finished wood stock and forend with crisp checkering and recoil pad. The 686 Silver Pigeon I delivers the allure of a family heirloom and is equally suited for upland hunting and clay target shooting.
The A300 Outlander is a sporting 12-gauge semi-automatic with a 4-round capacity, 28" Mobilchoke barrel, and 3" chamber. This attractively priced gun is built on a gas-operated platform and is suitable for hunting and sport. It is tough and durable, yet retains a lightweight feel. It also features tool-free disassembly and a recoil pad.
The A400 is a family of gas-operated semi-automatic shotguns that is available in nearly two dozen different variants, all with a number of features and finishes. Some favorites include the A400 Lite, A400 Xcel, A400 Xtreme Unico, and the A400 Xplor Action.
The A400 Lite is a multipurpose, lightweight shotgun that uses Gunpod 2 in order to track shooting activities via smartphone. The A400 Xcel, a 12-gauge competition shotgun that offers low recoil, sleek lines, superior ergonomics, and Blink technology to deliver two rounds in less than half a second. The A400 Xtreme Unico, which shoots any type of 12-gauge shell, is ideal for hunting and sport. The A400 Xplor Action is a low-recoil, lightweight multipurpose shotgun with a left-handed configuration.
With nearly 70 Beretta shotguns available, as well as a Premium Guns selection, the price varies greatly and can depend on several factors.
At Guns.com, we strive for competitive pricing, and our Berettas start at around $600 and go up to $2,000, or more.
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