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PRODUCT FEATURE


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Beretta White Onyx shotgun


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Beretta’s beautiful, new 695 Field shotgun


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MK has announced the imminent launch of Beretta’s beautiful, new 695 Field shotgun. The 695 Field shotgun, has been specially created to bridge the gap between the 690 III Deluxe and the superior 687EELL, models. With premium, grade three walnut and exquisite engraving on the action, Beretta has created a stunning, boxlock shotgun.


The engraving on this model is hand fi nished and is a fi ne, deep relief scroll engraving, giving the gun an expensive feel. This is also a limited release and with only 100 guns available in 2017, they are likely to be highly sought after. Available in 12g, 30” Optima choke HP barrels, Beretta give you a timeless, elegant fi eld gun. Priced


below £4,000 they make luxury affordable. GMK has secured a limited number of the extremely popular Beretta White Onyx shotgun. The White Onyx is based on the 680 action, with a jewelled, silver, Nistan fi nished receiver. Available in three


different specifi cations; both the 12 and 20-gauge fi eld versions feature


fl ush Mobil choke 30” and 28” barrels, respectively. With the 30” Sporting specifi cation fi tted with fl ush Optima choke HP barrels. With an SRP of


£1,575.00, these excellent guns offer great value.


GMK T 01489 579999 F 01489 579950 W www.gmk.co.uk


www.tandgmagazine.com


Dec / Jan 18 | Tackle & Guns | 33


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