Beretta recently announced their latest semi-auto shotgun line, the A300 Ultima, billed as built tough to withstand adverse conditions in the field and perform when you need it most.
An update on legacy A300 models, the Ultimas bring new enlarged controls, an improved receiver, and Beretta Kick-Off recoil reduction system to the line. The Beretta A300 Ultima will be offered right away in both 12 and 20 gauge configurations dressed in a choice of either black with synthetic furniture, or in Realtree MAX-5, or Mossy Oak Bottomland finishes.
"The new A300 Ultima offers a unique opportunity for shooters to experience Beretta quality with unparalleled features set at an incomparable price," said Erik Stern, Tactical and Pro-Shop Product Manager. "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."
All six A300 Ultima models come standard with a 28-inch MobilChoke pattern barrel with a wider than normal 7x7mm stepped rib, mid bead, and a 4mm fiber optic front sight the company says is ideal for high visibility in low light during dawn or dusk shooting. Meanwhile, Beretta's Kick-Off recoil reduction system is advertised as providing enhanced stability, comfort, and control for faster target acquisition.
The MSRP across the board on the A300 Ultima series is $899, which is very competitive for a Beretta.