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Beretta A300 Walnut edition...

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Michael A Ferber, Sep 1, 2019.

  1. Michael A Ferber

    Michael A Ferber Member

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    Bought this one as a spare for shooting clay targets, and occasional bird hunting. 12 gauge, with a 28" barrel. Pretty much the same gun as the Beretta A390. Very little recoil and works like a charm. 39098656895_a499078c21_o.jpg
     
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  2. clang

    clang Member

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    Nice. It looks more like my AL391 Urika with the slimmer fore arm.
     
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  3. Michael A Ferber

    Michael A Ferber Member

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    The AL391 is a better gun. The A300 is almost a copy of the Beretta 390. IMHO, the 391 is the finest auto Beretta ever made.
     
  4. dh1633pm

    dh1633pm Member

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    I have an A300 with a plastic stock for about the same reason as you. Yours looks much nicer.
     
  5. Milkmaster

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    This is what a A390ST looks like. Has a little bit of the humpback to it. The later 390AL and 391 models got rid of the hump.
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  6. ColtPythonElite

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    I have a AL391 Sporting 30". No complaints.
     
  7. Sappyg2.0

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    Nice gun. I'm a fan of the a300 Beretta. As much as I think I want an a400 it just doesn't bring enough to the table to give up the 300.

    If I'm not mistaken, and very well could be, I was thinking the piston/ gas system was more simplified than the 391. I'm not well versed in the Beretta models however.
     
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