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Beretta firearms accepted its first customer order on 3 October, 1526 by Mastro Bartolomeo Beretta of Gardone, Italy. This makes Beretta the oldest firearms manufacturer in the world.
Beretta is owned by Beretta Holding S.p.A., which also owns Benelli, Franchi, Stoeger, Sako, Tikka, and Uberti Aldo & Company (a.k.a. Cimarron Arms).
Articles on Beretta Pistols
Target lite: the Beretta 87 Target is a sleek, flat, smooth to run and sweet to shoot, elegant little .22 pistol
The Beretta 87 Target is a heckuva gun. It's roughly twice the price of a comparably equipped Neos, the "plastic" Beretta .22, but I think it's more than twice the gun. Far more accurate, more "shootable" in many respects, and with vastly more of the old-world artistry in metal that has made q-u-a-l-i-t-y an optional spelling for B-e-r-e-t-t-a. Heck, I bought it, didn't I?
Taking this hint, Beretta recently joined the ranks of major gun manufacturers who offer a simple target pistol chambered for the .22 LR, ideal for beginners and actually, even experts. The U-22 Neos is the inspired result of combining top-notch Beretta reliability with the artistic and practical talent of the Italian Giuguiro design firm. And, you can see it in the compelling, out-of-the-ordinary design of this pistol.
Beretta has built steel frame pistols before. Beretta has built single action semiautomatic pistols before. Beretta has built fancy guns before, some of them strikingly beautiful. All of these concepts come together in their latest, the Billennium.
Accurate Plating and Weaponry custom Beretta M92: This AP&W Beretta is proof positive that the 1911 is not the only service pistol fit for fine custom work
If someone had told me 10 years ago that I would be carrying a Beretta M92 on a daily basis, I would have chuckled. Nevertheless, the good qualities of the Beretta, both before and after custom work, are not easily dismissed. As a fighting handgun, the Beretta makes the grade. With a few improvements from Accurate Plating and Weaponry, it is a superb choice.
The racy, new Model 9000 is just the latest in a long line of respectable mid-caliber pistols from the biggest name in Italy. When a cartridge becomes popular, big gun companies don't just chamber one handgun for it.
Articles on Beretta Shotguns
There are some real pluses to being a gunmaking dynasty. Beretta now owns, among other companies, Benelli, Franchi and Stoeger and has taken the remarkable step of spreading Benelli's inertia drive technology across the other brand lines.
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