May 01, 2019
At the World Skeet Shooting Championships in 1983 or 1984, I shot a 100 straight in the 28-gauge event using Briley 28-gauge skeet choke tube inserts in Beretta’s model 682 over/under. Various models of the 682 are still in production, but my point is that this action is built to take the pounding of hundreds of thousands of rounds. Further, this is the action/lock-up of the 686 Silver Pigeon I. Both actions are the same—super strong.
Before getting into more specifics about the 686 Silver Pigeon I, let me talk about the lock-up, which Beretta says makes this action “legendary!” The lock-up is...
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