This landmark volume celebrates five centuries of Beretta—bringing together the wealthy history and experience of the world’s finest shotguns and purveyor of the sporting way of life. Collectors, shooting sports enthusiasts, hunters, and those that appreciate the finest aspects of the outside and sporting way of life have one thing in common all over the place the world—they all carry a Beretta. Since 1526, the Beretta name has been synonymous with uncompromising craftsmanship and performance in firearms. These guns have been carried into the field by probably the most most iconic figures in up to date culture, from Winston Churchill and Ernest Hemingway to Sean Connery and Norman Schwarzkopf, in addition to current U.S. Olympic gold-medalist shooters. For the first time, the Beretta circle of relatives opens the doors to its circle of relatives villa, properties, and factory in Gardone, Italy, to show the world’s finest guns being made by hand. The book then immerses the reader in the field, with sumptuous photography that shows the shooting and sporting way of life at its best—from Argentina to Oregon, Scotland to Tanzania. It really spans the globe: from the Beretta galleries in Buenos Aires, Dallas, London, Milan, New York, and Paris to celebrating the sporting life at Beretta’s endorsed lodges, including Blackberry Farm, Tennessee, upland hunting at Highland Hills, Oregon, a traditional quail hunt at Pine Hill, Georgia, a driven shoot on the moors of Scotland, a safari in Tanzania, and duck hunting in Louisiana, Argentina, and Venice. This is the ideal gift for fine-gun aficionados, a showcase of Beretta’s best work, and a bucket list for sportsmen and sportswomen and all those aspiring to the pursuit of life afield at its finest.
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