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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