Gun Report

Beretta A391 Teknys Gold Sporting J391T78 12 Gauge

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There's nothing we don't like about this gun. A smart combination of good looks, high functionality, flexibility and a full package of accessories put this gun at the head of the class. A little more expensive than some other sporting clays semi-autos, we think this one is worth the extra money.

Beretta A391 Teknys Gold Sporting J391T78 12 Gauge

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Home Defense
Hunting
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Drop at Heel
Trigger Pull Weight Bottom
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Beretta gets extra points for including extended choke tubes that are easily identified. Along with the chokes is the alternate buttpad
We thought one of the best features of the Teknys was its Gel Tek pad. Not only does it help suck up recoil, but its design seems a natural fit to the pocket created at the shoulder ball and clavicle when the gun is raised to shooting position.
We were surprised to learn that the Beretta's stock was hand polished, given its high shine. The pretty piece of wood was nicely finished and fit well to the receiver and butt pad.
The forend on the Teknys is long, which will give ample purchase for lanky shooters. It also featured tight checkering.

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