What kind of choke system does Beretta use?
At this time, the Mobile-Choke was the only choke tube system adapted by Beretta to 12, 20, 28 and .410 gauge. The Mobil-Choke system continues to be the mainstay of the 680 series field grade Over&Under shotguns.
What kind of choke system does a 680 series Shotgun use?
The Mobil-Choke system continues to be the mainstay of the 680 series field grade Over&Under shotguns. The iconic parallel design of the Beretta choke tubes creates a more gradual taper inside which gently transitions into a parallel section that runs to the muzzle end of the tube.
When did Beretta come out with the Optima barrel?
In the year 2000 Beretta introduced the 12-gauge Optima Bore barrel design into some of our competition shotguns. This new barrel utilized a larger internal bore dimension known to some as “back-boring” and required a new choke tube design to give the proper constrictions.
Can a shotgun accept more than one choke?
In fact, it is not that hard as each shotgun only accept one “Family” of chokes in only one Gauge, within those you can choose any model that you like the most (model examples: flush, extended, ported, black edition, etc.) For better explain, here the main variants of the fundamental data you need:
What kind of action does a 686 shotgun have?
At its heart, it has the best-in-class 686 action, which is compact and low-profile while being extremely strong. Besides 12 and gauge, this shotgun is also available with beautifully scaled-down actions for 28 gauge and .410, for a true premium-grade experience.
What kind of action does a Beretta Silver Pigeon have?
Whether you take it to an upland hunt or to the clay range, the Silver Pigeon I gives you the flawless performance and the classic looks of a Beretta. The Silver Pigeon I Sporting is built on the legendary 686 action, a long-standing favorite among hunters and competitive shooters.