Gun Report

Beretta Model 87 Target .22 LR

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We would hazard a guess that for many shooters the Beretta 87 is the ideal rimfire pistol.

Beretta Model 87 Target .22 LR

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Recreational
Competition
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double
Trigger Span Single
Trigger Span Double

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The magazines have full bottom-pad treatment.
The Beretta had a muzzle weight attached to the frame by lugs and two Allen screws.
Because of its big-gun layout, the Beretta is ideal for practical training. The mag release (bottom arrow) and slide release (top arrow) are right where you expect them to be. Its easy to reach the Berettas slide release without having to shift the hand too far on the grip. The Beretta sat lower in the hand, a feeling we liked.

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