New For 2023: Beretta A300 Ultima Patrol

posted on January 21, 2023
A300 Ultima Patrol

Beretta has announced the launch of a new, U.S.-made tactical shotgun, dubbed the A300 Ultima Patrol, that it will make available to consumers in 2023. Based on the brand’s venerable A300 blueprint, this latest iteration comes with tactical enhancements throughout, including accessory mounting options that enable the end user to configure the platform for myriad tasks.

 “Beretta USA is excited to announce the launch of the A300 Ultima Patrol shotgun, a new fully featured law enforcement and defensive shotgun made here in the USA. We are excited because it introduces a new Angular Gas System (AGS) that allows the gun to hold more ammunition and expands the applications we can design shotguns for.” mentioned Logan Killam, shotgun product manager at Beretta.

Whether you’re an enthusiast waiting for your next home-defense gun or a tactical professional looking to arm a squad, the Beretta A300 Ultima Patrol likely has what you need. The new semi-automatic A300 Ultima Patrol is, foremost, designed for ease of use. An enlarged loading port and controls are the big standout features, so users can easily load and manipulate the shotgun under duress. Beretta chose to provide a smaller fore-end that includes M-Lok slots and three QD sling-attachment points, and the buttstock is more compact with a 13” length of pull.

Attached to the receiver the of A300 Ultima Patrol is a 19.1” barrel, Picatinny rail and wing-protected, adjustable sights. The 7+1-capacity 12-gauge weighs in at 7.1 lbs. and measure 38” overall. The Beretta A300 Ultima Patrol retails with an MSRP of $1,099 and comes will be available in an assortment of colors. For more details, visit


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