Gun Report

Beretta A391 Xtrema2 12 Gauge No. J391D28

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The gun's weight distribution is too far forward, making it awkward to mount over heavy clothing, in our view. Also, we think the Xtrema2 simply isn't flexible enough, and paired with the difficulty we had using the bolt-close button, functionality is lacking, too.

Beretta A391 Xtrema2 12 Gauge No. J391D28

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The safety button on the Xtrema2 sits at the front of the curved trigger guard and is too small to find easily with gloves on, in our opinion. We'd prefer to see it at the rear of the trigger guard.
With the Xtrema2 dissasembled, the shooter notices the gun's total lack of complication. All three are no-brainers when it comes to taking them apart and putting them back together
The Beretta Xtrema2's grip incorporates soft-rubber inserts and a truncated design. The rubber inserts do provide a superb gripping surface, in our view.

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