Gun Report

Beretta Urika AL391

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The AL391 does deliver quite a few upgrades over the 390 series, but they aren't all world-killers. We'd say Buy It as an upland gun, but there are other less expensive products that are as good as the Urika, in our view.

Beretta Urika AL391

Gun Details

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Model Name
Model Number
Home Defense
Hunting
Recreational
Price
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Weight Unloaded
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Ejectors
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Choke Tubes
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Forend
Buttstock
Length of Pull
Drop at Comb
Drop at Heel
Trigger Pull Weight Bottom
Trigger Pull Weight Top

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The Beretta Urika, left, has a slimmer front end than the chubby-by-comparison Gold Hunter.
Beretta said it improved the pistol grip, but we didn't like the shape. Here, the Urika's profile is shown in front, with the more comfortable Gold Hunter's shape in back.
The forend cap shape has been reworked, and Beretta includes an ingenious sling keeper that other companies should adopt.

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