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  1. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  2. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  3. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  4. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  5. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  6. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  7. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  8. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  9. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  10. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  11. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.



  12. All firearms must be shipped to a registered FFL holder. You will be able to select an FFL holder location for shipping or provide your own at checkout. Please confirm that your FFL is open and will accept transfers before you place your order.

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About Beretta Firearms

Beretta, a name steeped in history, traces its origins to the early 1500s when its products first graced the manufacturing scene.

During this time, the Republic of Venice, known for its discerning taste, chose Beretta firearms for their unparalleled excellence.

The Beretta name swiftly became synonymous with unyielding quality, exceptional design, superior materials, meticulous craftsmanship, and stellar performance.

This reputation extended far beyond the borders of Italy, establishing a tradition that has persevered unbroken through fifteen generations of Beretta family stewardship.

In the early 1800s, Pietro Antonio Beretta (1791 – 1853), overcoming the challenges posed by persistent wars and foreign dominion, embarked on journeys throughout Italy.

His mission was to showcase the unmatched quality of Beretta products and secure orders. Pietro Antonio's son, Giuseppe (1840 – 1903), carried on the tireless work initiated by his father, creating new opportunities for the company by expanding its presence through international distribution.

In the early 1900s, Pietro (1870 – 1957) assumed company leadership, ushering in modernized manufacturing techniques, introducing numerous patented mechanisms, and streamlining production processes.

His efforts transformed Beretta into the first Italian firearms manufacturer, recognized as one of the most advanced firearms production facilities worldwide.

The legacy of modernization continued with Pietro's sons, Giuseppe (1906 – 1993) and Carlo (1908 – 1984), solidifying the company's multinational character with commercial and production endeavors spanning numerous European countries and the United States.

These endeavors culminated in successful military, law enforcement, and private ventures.

Today, guided by the leadership of Ugo Gussalli Beretta and his sons Pietro and Franco, Beretta strides confidently into the 3rd Millennium, armed with centuries of invaluable experience.

This wealth of experience, complemented by strategic investments in technology, organizational development, and the expansion of product lines, positions Beretta as a dynamic player in the global market of the 21st century.

The foundational principle of "Quality Without Compromise," established by Bartolomeo Beretta almost five centuries ago, remains at the heart of our company's mission.

It is the unwavering cornerstone of Beretta's enduring worldwide success, a value that has stood the test of time and continues to guide our every endeavor.

Top-Selling Beretta Firearms

Beretta 92FS/M9
The Beretta 92FS, also adopted as the M9 by the U.S. military, is one of the most iconic and widely recognized handguns in the world.

Known for its accuracy, reliability, and smooth operation, it has been a top choice for military, law enforcement, and civilian shooters for decades.

Beretta PX4 Storm
This semi-automatic pistol features a unique rotating barrel design that reduces felt recoil and enhances accuracy.

Its ergonomic design and versatility make it a popular choice for both duty and self-defense.

Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon I
A classic over-and-under shotgun renowned for its craftsmanship and performance, the 686 Silver Pigeon I is a favorite among hunters and sportsmen worldwide.

Beretta A400 Xcel
This semi-automatic shotgun is celebrated for its speed and reliability, making it a top choice for competitive clay shooting and bird hunting.

Beretta APX
The APX is a modern polymer-framed, striker-fired pistol designed for versatility and modularity. It has gained popularity among law enforcement agencies and civilian shooters alike.

Beretta Nano
A compact, single-stack 9mm pistol designed for concealed carry, the Nano offers reliability and simplicity in a small package.

Beretta 1301 Tactical
This semi-automatic shotgun is designed for tactical and home defense use. It features a short barrel and fast cycling action for rapid follow-up shots.

Beretta Tikka T3x
Known for its precision and accuracy, the Tikka T3x bolt-action rifle is a favorite among hunters and precision shooters.

Beretta M9A3
An enhanced version of the M9, the M9A3 offers several improvements, including a threaded barrel, improved sights, and modularity, making it a sought-after option for those in need of a reliable tactical pistol.

Beretta Nano
This single-stack, subcompact pistol is designed for concealed carry, offering a slim profile and reliability for personal defense.

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