Beretta Launches SL3 Premium Shotgun

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posted on November 7, 2018
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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
eretta.com or log on to the special web page at beretta.com/en-us/sl3-launch/

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