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Fast handling yet controllable, this lightweight, deep-scroll engraved addition to the Beretta stable shot well and offers value. Mike Yardley recommends it, especially for those of smaller stature

Beretta 687 Silver Pigeon III

It’s Beretta’s most popular model and over a million made to date – but is the Beretta 687 Silver Pigeon III the best yet? Michael Yardley certainly thinks so. For…

£2,245.00
Beretta 694 12-bore

Michael Yardley is impressed by the new Beretta 694 12-bore, first and foremost a clay-breaking machine but could also be brought out for high birds. For more from the 69…

£3,300.00
Beretta 691 32in

The new Beretta 691 32in uses many components from the well-proven 68 series guns. Michael Yardley is impressed, finding it a pleasant and pointable gun to use. For more from…

£2,345.00
Beretta SL3 over and under

Michael Yardley is impressed by the Beretta SL3 over and under – a new, upmarket model from the industry giant. He finds it solid, sound when shot, impeccably finished –…

£18,725.00
Beretta 695

Michael  Yardley is impressed by the new Beretta 695 12-bore over-and-under. With excellent first impressions, positive shooting qualities and an attainable price, who could want for more? For more from…

£4,125.00
Beretta Silver Pigeon 30in 12-bore

Testing the Beretta Silver Pigeon 30in 12-bore came about as a happy accident for Michael Yardley, and ended in a purchase. For more on Beretta, read Michael Yardley’s review of…

£1,725.00
Beretta 486 Parallelo EL

Replacing the 470 series and now in 20-bore, the Beretta 486 Parallelo EL looks good and feels light and lively. Michael Yardley is impressed. For a new gun with unusual…

£6,675.00

Beretta's best-shooting sporting gun to date proves the Italian gunmaker remains on top form

£2,500.00