Beretta or Browning

Jerry

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Devon
Fit is more important than make.

Also take both out and try side by side.

personally I can’t get on with Berretta but love my browning.
 

A1an

Member
Ive got a Browning B25 and a Perazzi MX8, both trap guns.

I shoot just as well with my AYA Yeoman O/U.

The Berreta Silver Pigeon is a lovely little gun.
 
Thirty odd years ago Berettal had problems with the hinge lugs either side of the barrel wearing but Browning and Miroku got round it by having a full hinge pin like a side by side. My Browning 325 has had ten thousand cartridges through it and is hardly broken in but if it doesn't fit you it counts for nothing
 

chaffcutter

Moderator
Arable Farmer
Location
S. Staffs
If you need the stock adjusting to fit you properly, bear in mind that a Beretta stock can be altered more easily due to the design of the Browning action.
I shot a Browning for years and liked it but as I got older (and fatter) it didn’t fit so well and I was told it couldn’t be altered enough to fit properly so I ended up with a Beretta which fits as it should.
It’s not turned me into a rival for Digweed but it is better now I’ve got used to it!
 

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Written by Billy Wickham

Farmers in Shropshire have planted nearly 4,000 native trees after Severn Trent gave out tree-packs at two local events, to test engagement and appetite for tree planting on marginal land.

Dr. Alex Cooke, Severn Trent senior catchment scientist, explained that due to such a high level of take-up from farmers, the water company is now looking into rolling out the scheme...
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