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Review: Beretta 92X Performance

A true Italian racing machine, Beretta's 92X Performance 9 mm pistol is all competition.

2020 SCTP Nationals: Inaugural Cav. Ugo Gussalli Beretta Skeet Scholarship

The winner received a scholarship trophy and a Beretta 694 shotgun, as well as a personalized letter from Cav. Ugo Gussalli Beretta himself.

Review: Beretta 694 Sporting

An ambitious approach to the 694’s design didn’t diminish anything. Rather, it inspired the folks at Beretta to create a masterpiece mid-priced premium sporter gun.

Competitors’ Corner: February 2020

Highlights from the February 2020 issue of Shooting Sports USA, the NRA’s competitive shooting journal.

Surplus Beretta Model 81s Are Available—For Now

Surplus houses are offering 1970s-era .32 ACP Beretta Model 81 “Cheetah” law enforcement turn-ins averaging about $250. The original Beretta “cat gun,” the Series 81 Cheetah was introduced in 1976.

Winchester's Zack Kienbaum: Back-To-Back NSCA Champion

Zach Kienbaum has won two consecutive National Sporting Clays Association championships, thanks in no small part to his Beretta DT11 Sporting 12/32 shotgun and Winchester AA shotshells.

First Look: Beretta 694 Sporting

The Beretta 694 was developed for the most-demanding sporting shooters. Designed and tested with the Beretta Shooting Team, the objective was to match a shooter’s passion for the shooting sports with an accurate and reliable competition shotgun.

Browning, Beretta & Blaser USA Support Student-Athletes With College Scholarships

In addition to the $100K in scholarships awarded by the SSSF at this year’s National Championships, three special scholarships were awarded by Browning, Beretta and Blaser USA

What’s In Your Range Bag, Mark Redl?

Mark Redl has been an action shooting superstar since he took up the sport over two decades ago. He's known to say, "Shoot clean, get your hits. Speed will come."

NDAA 2017 Releases M1911s, CMP Releases Buyer Requirements

One pistol per year, and they won't be sold on a first come, first serve basis; instead purchasers will be selected at random. The last release of milsurp M1911 pistols was decades ago through NRA via the Director of Civilian Marksmanship.

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