Gun Report

Beretta AL391 Urika No. J391122 20 Gauge

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During the shooting tests, we experienced no malfunctions with the Beretta, and we appreciated the manner in which it ejected shells with speed and authority. Coupled with the Beretta’s slightly better feel and handling and lower price, we gave it the first place award in this matchup.

Beretta AL391 Urika No. J391122 20 Gauge

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Because of its gas-operated system, the Beretta is more complicated and becomes fouled quicker than the two Benelli shotguns. If a shooter is using gun-cleaning chores as a deciding factor, the Benelli shotguns would be a better choice.
The traditional wood and additional heft of the Beretta’s forearm puts more of the shotgun’s weight between the shooter’s hands, which provides for better gliding through targets.
We liked the traditional metal and gold-engraved appearance of the Beretta, in addition to the aftermarket quick-release Angle Port action lever that made loading the shotgun very quick and very smooth. However, we didn’t award extra points for this feature in our consideration of the guns.

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