Beretta Launches SL3 Premium Shotgun

posted on November 7, 2018
On Nov. 8, 2018 in New York City, Beretta will launch its SL3 premium shotgun. The unveiling will be broadcast live on Beretta's SL3 product reveal webpage starting at 7 p.m. EST, during which viewers will be permitted to ask Beretta team members questions about the shotgun.

A blend of tradition techniques and modern processes, the Beretta SL3 is intended as an elegant piece that can withstand the rigors of field use. The laser-engraved shotgun is equipped with a boxlock system, Optima Bore HP barrels and a competition-grade firing mechanism. For more, visit b or log on to the special web page at


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