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An attractively-priced 12-gauge semi-automatic shotgun the Beretta A300 Outlander is an evolution of the trusted A300 gas-operated platform. Although it weighs in at 7.25 pounds the Outlander has proven tough and durable while providing a lightweight feel. Other features include a 28-inch Mobilchoke barrel and tool-free disassembly and reassembly. A nice value the A300 Outlander is trusted by hunters and sportsmen worldwide.
Action Semi Auto - Gauge 12 - Chamber 3 - Capacity 3 Round - Finish Blued - Sight Bead - Stock Synthetic - Chokes Full Modified Improved Cylinder - Barrel Length 28 - Weight 7.1 lb - The A300 Outlander is the latest evolution of Berettas 300-series gas-operated semiauto shotguns which have sold by the millions to hunters and sportsmen around the world.And theres a reason for their popularity unbeatable performance as well as great value out of the box. With its 3 chamber Mobilchoke barrel and self-cleaning piston the A300 is there to get the job done with Beretta-style quality and reliability--whether it is upland hunting waterfowling or at the sporting clays range. - The DurableTough but Light - A300 is made of the proprietary steel blends that have made Beretta shotguns famous for their durability. The Mobilchoke barrel is designed to shrug off the pounding of heavy hunting loads giving you a long-lasting tool that will work as hard as you need it to. But in spite of its toughness the A300 is light feels lively in the hands and easily follows your eyes to the target thanks to the low-profile action. And its impeccable balance make it feel even lighter than its 7.25 lbs meaning that this attractively-priced shotgun will give you premium shootability in spite of its unbeatable value
|Barrel Length||28" Barrel|
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