Beretta Booth #831 at 2020 Sports Inc. Show
(Accokeek, MD) Beretta will be showcasing several new-for-2020 products at the 2020 Sports Inc. Show hosted at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, AZ from February 13-16. Displayed in the Beretta booth (#831), visitors will have the opportunity to view a variety of Beretta new and featured guns and accessories, including the 92X line of pistols, the new 694 over-and-under competition shotgun, the new 686 Silver Pigeon I, and several new additions to our venerable 21A Bobcat and 3032 Tomcat pistol lines.
The Beretta 92X is the latest addition to the 90 series pistol platform, which has seen 50 years of refinement and has been tested, used, and abused in some of the most demanding environments any sidearm has been subjected to. As the official sidearm of the U.S. Military for over 30 years, numerous variants of the 90 series have been made in response to military, law enforcement, and civilian needs, including the M9A1, 92G-SD, 92 Vertec, 92FS Compact, 92G Elite LTT, and M9A3 models to name just a few.
Combining advanced ergonomics, full backwards compatibility with railed 90 series accessories, and the established reliability and accuracy of the 90 series, the new Beretta 92X family is uncompromising in its top-level performance - ideal for both competitive dynamic shooting and/or defensive purposes in Full Size, Centurion (mid-size), and Compact configurations.
New 694 Over-and-Under Competition Shotgun
Created specifically for clay shooting, the new Beretta 694 over-and-under platform was designed and tested in collaboration with the Beretta Shooting Team with the objective to match a shooter’s passion for the sport with a reliable and accurate competition shotgun. The 694 features redesigned ergonomics that reduce the presence of obstacles in the field of view when shouldering the gun and the need for head lifting to better track the lower target, a slightly decreased drop, improved checkering on the safety, and a wider comb for an improved face placement regardless of the shooting position.
New 686 Silver Pigeon I
The 686 Silver Pigeon I is Beretta's most popular over-and-under shotgun, based on the superb 680 platform that hunting and sporting clays enthusiasts have loved all over the world since its inception. With its unmistakable low, slim action and ultra-reliable mechanisms, the new version adopts the perfect ballistics of the Steelium Optima HP barrels and features a new, more defined and lustrous floral engraving of grapes on the vine as well as the iconic Beretta logo on each side of the action. This new version is available in all gauges for the Field model – 12, 20, 28 and .410 – and 12 and 20 gauge for the Sporting version.
New 21A Bobcat and 3032 Tomcat Models
Beretta’s small-frame pistols are the stuff of legend. The 21A Bobcat and 3032 Tomcat have a pedigree that goes back to a pistol carried by everyone’s favorite fictional gentleman secret agent. With a tip-up barrel design that provides easy access to the chamber and no need for slide retraction to load the first round, these ultra-concealable pistols are a snap to use.
New for 2020, the 21A Bobcat/3032 Tomcat Covert and FDE models include a factory threaded barrel that make these the perfect quiet concealment companions with the addition of any industry standard 1/2x28 Thread suppressor intended for use with a .22 Caliber projectile. The Covert models feature a Bruniton finished slide and barrel along with high-grade walnut grips. The FDE models feature a Cerakote slide and barrel, an anodized aluminum frame, and FDE grips.
Beretta, established in 1526, is the oldest industrial dynasty in the world tracing its roots through 15 generations of continuous family ownership. Firearms bearing the Beretta name have been sold for almost 500 years. Beretta USA Corp. was founded in 1977 and supplies the standard sidearm to the U.S. Armed Forces. Today, Beretta manufactures, distributes, and markets a complete line of firearms, accessories, and apparel. Beretta also owns and operates six retail Beretta Gallery stores worldwide. For additional information, visit www.Beretta.com.