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I just got back from the SHOT show in Orlando and seen these Shotguns from Beretta, Are they available yet, and has anyone shot them? The idea of a break down, semi-auto with bottom eject was novel, and the gun felt real nice. I didnt know about the lock time?
 

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several post's on here from people who have purchased these guns. They have been available for over a year
 

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its alil complicated to assemble- not something you wud do by the dome light after a nite leaque shoot? once past that , and i'm sure it will get easier- takes about 1000 rds to break in . shoot it dry. the lever to open is alil awkward on left- i bot one for my 15yr old duaghter and it was too stiff for her thumb(girls!)
i love to shoot it - low recoil- with comb down it shoots60%- great wood and trigger wasnt that bad!if you are an o/u guy, itll seem noisy saving hulls? then thats a problem, but it puts them almost in a bucket right in front of your feet--
 

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A friend of mine has one that he wants to sell. Has had a few hundred rounds through it. Located in Wisconsin. I will ask him how much if anyone is interrested.
 

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My UGB 25 is an absolute pleasure to shoot. I have modified it with a release trigger and a Graco adjustable comb. I don't have any trouble with the opening lever and I am a lefty. I just wish someone would come up with a shell catcher for it. gyrine
 

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Dave-320c...sorry I did not get back sooner. He is asking $3,150 including box and papers. He is located in the Waukesha area. He does not know how to post a picture. I will help him with this hopefully, this week end. Thanks, Gary
 
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