A conversation about the history and development of Beretta shotguns and the lifestyle portrayed through the Beretta Gallery.
Joined by Ian Harrison and Cory Mays, both of the respective New York and Texas Beretta Galleries, we discuss Beretta shotguns and the Beretta lifestyle. For nearly 500 years Beretta has developed and manufactured firearms. As the world inevitably changed around this timeless brand, Beretta has maintained a constant in their pursuit of research, development and excellence in firearms.
While the Beretta line of firearms is extensive, the Beretta name is likely familiar to most of our upland-centric audience. From the classic Silver Pigeon to the more recent A400 Upland, Beretta has a long history of catering to upland bird hunters and wingshooters.
Tune in to this episode of the Project Upland Podcast for an in-depth conversation with Ian Harrison and Cory Mays about Beretta shotguns and the Beretta lifestyle.
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“Today, under the leadership of Ugo Gussalli Beretta and his sons Pietro and Franco, Beretta embarks on the 3rd Millennium with the benefit of centuries of experience. That experience, combined with investments in technology, organization and growing product lines, has prepared Beretta for the demands of the global market of the 21st century. Quality Without Compromise. This core value of total commitment to quality was established by Bartolomeo Beretta almost five centuries ago, and continues to be the bedrock of our Company today. As a crucial part of our Mission, it remains the unchanging key to Beretta’s worldwide success.”
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Last modified: October 7, 2020