- Upgraded features
- Rear QD hold
The Beretta Ultima Patrol is a new addition to the A300 family of shotguns. It is a gas-operated semi-automatic shotgun that features enlarged controls, an enlarged loading port, 7+1 capacity, and multiple M-LOK and QD sling slots. With its feature sets and price point, Beretta serves up a great value with the Ultima Patrol that’s not found in many comparable shotguns.
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The Beretta 1301 is the company’s flagship tactical shotgun. This gas-operated shotgun is fast, slick, has oversized and easy-to-use controls, and has plenty of aftermarket support. If you are looking for a reliable, combat-capable semi-auto shotgun, the Beretta 1301 has you covered.
Johnny B says “Benelli’s M4 is what we would call a good Italian auto shotgun. It’s the best combat shotgun on the market and would do phenomenal in a home defense setup or tactical arena. This autoloader looks great, runs smooth, brings that cool factor we all like from our guns. Most importantly, you can trust your life to it.” This 12-gauge shotgun is a fast-shooting, smooth semi-auto model. Featuring an 18.5-inch barrel, it measures 40 inches in total length with a weight of 7.8 pounds. It offers up a 14.75-inch length-of-pull. Drilled and tapped, you can throw an optic on it and rock and roll.
“Beretta is serving up a solid value in the A300 Ultima Patrol, offering a package not found on comparable guns at this price point. Law enforcement administrators looking to outfit all their units will love the mileage they get with their budgets, and officers will enjoy the reliability and feature set. The rest of us stand to benefit, too — by having access to a highly functioning, pedigreed, home defender made right here in America.” – Sean Curtis
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