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Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon I Sporting

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This low profile, positive-locking, low-maintenance action ensures that your off-hand stays as close as possible to the bore-axis; in this manner, wherever you point is exactly where the shot goes.
The receiver is embellished with a scroll-work pattern by our most experienced Master Engravers in Gardone, Italy.
The way this pattern is executed on the receiver makes it virtually as striking as if it had been hand-engraved, but without the price tag to match.

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