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Written on: 07/05/2012 by EugenioD (1 review written)
originally bought a 391 trap gun and took it out shooting turkey, incredible and accurate pattern. very heavy gun (12 g) so I went out and bought my 13 year old the 391 urika 2 gold (20g) if its any where as good as the 12, I will be jumpin out my boots. the 20 is feather light and shoulders like a dream. another big beretta fan here, cant go wrong with these semi's… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/10/2010
I have been shooting the 391 in 20 gauge for some 8 years now, it is a joy, I have never had a single jam, I shoot it for dove, quail, pheasant and tons of clays. I can shoot light 3/4 oz. loads or heavy 3 inch 1 1/4 oz. loads with no jams.
I have noticed on the pattern board that 7/8 to 1 oz loads pattern much more evenly than heavier loads.
For dove this year I put in the IM choke and was handily duping birds at 40+ yards.
ONE FINE SEMI_AUTO… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/01/2010
Hello again Guys the Beretta Tekneys has now gone back to GMK for good, they have given me my money back. If I was told at the start the Gun would fail 3% of the time I would never have bought it.
I tried all sorts of carts in it and it failed just the same, The new gun due for the cabinet is a Winchester SX3 F.A.C which I have not got yet as I am waiting for my FEO to come over on monday to give the go ahead as they don't seem to like 8 shot auto shotguns for some reason ! I have done plenty… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2009
I bought my Teneys Auto two months ago and use it at Kibworth ,a local clay club to me.
Just to give you an Idea of some background of mine, I shoot about once or twice a week on clays mainly, with the dog when I can, and I am in a local syndicate.
I have owned over 10 guns in the last 18 months most of them High grade.
I decieded my next purchase would be the Beretta Tekneys Auto 30' which I wanted to shoot 24g HV through it, the first 500 or so were fine but after that I found it would jam at… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2009
just got into hunting ad shooting this year and this Beretta gun was my first purchase...i bought it used for $600 , i got the gun,the case, optima plus choke tubes, tools, oil, and another butt. its only got a 26 inch barell, but i shot skeet with it four times so far the only four times in my life. the first two times i hit around ten out of 25 but my third and fourth time i hit 21 and 17 and 20 and 18. the gun is super easy to get used to and very comfortable, to me cleaning is a breeze. ive… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/06/2009
I am a female, new to shooting. I just started shooting trap last fall and this is my first shotgun. I had been using a borrowed 20 gauge over under, but it was a bit heavy. I picked this gun up and it was love at first site. I have a 20 gauge with a 26" barrel and weighs in at 7 lbs. I can shoot 100 rounds and not even feel it. I'd looked at some Benelli's that cost $400+ more and they did not feel any better than the Beretta Urika… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/04/2009
Like the other reviews, the Urika 2 20g is light, points like a dream, and has proven very successful at sporting clay shooting. I have alway shot a 12g but decided it was time for a 20. Have owned several Beretta firearms and have always been pleased. I bagged a Rio Grande Tom turkey four days ago at 37 yards with a 3inch Federal Premium loaded with 5's. Have waited a long time to get a shotgun of this quality and am extremely pleased. If I decided to buy another 12 g, it would be the 12… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/03/2009 by SPRINKLER001 (1 review written)
i chris have purchased 2 beretta al 391 urika 2 golds 12/20....and have used the 20 for skeet shooting and fired many a round through it with no problems.....hopefully the same for the 12 at hunting and skeet....they both feel great,so let's hope they perform great for years to come....love em both....i also shoot a browning gold superlite,and a winchester super x3 and no problems as well....many a round shot....i feel all my guns have special qualaties which make me gravitate to them so one… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/02/2009
I bought this gun this year as always fancied a semi auto. i orginally didnt want a Beretta as i thought you were just paying for the name but your really not. This gun fills just like my 20 bore Lincoln premier but its just in a 12 bore version and not a over and under.
can knock down pigeon and rooks at good ranges.
The gun mounts perfect every time swings easily for the fast flying pigeon and ducks.
Lamping with this gun is also very good quick firing light weight and takes all types of… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/01/2009
Beretta AL391 Urika if a great gun. It never jams, fires fast and is very accurate but gets dirty really easy… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/12/2008 by Espelandmt2 (1 review written)
Highly recommend it. I have the 20 ga and love it. Great upland gun, light, well balanced and never jams. I hunt in MT in difficult weather conditions, wind, dirt, etc. Only clean it once a year. Can't say the same about my Benelli SBE in 12 ga. It requires cleaning 3 or 4 times a season, and a day in a wind blown beet field will bring it to it's knees… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/12/2008
Would highly recommend. Have shot hundred rounds thru w/o problem. Very dependable. Traded my Browning Gold Hunter, which I'd had lots of ejection problems with, for this piece of hunting magic. Love it! Don't like where the safety is located (forward of trigger guard) and would prefer it to be behind trigger guard… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/10/2008 by doug8081 (1 review written)
Great gun but people seem to frown alot especially the snobby brigade who think its not the right gun for sporting shooting. (only 'cos they cant shoot and the semi does the job)… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/09/2008 by wakey87 (1 review written)
Fast cycle rate, never jams, low recoil, its a beretta. I got the urika 2 a couple of weeks ago and havn't found a single bad point yet… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/09/2008 by jwshiver (1 review written)
I have made two trips to Cordoba, Argentina with this gun for high volume dove hunting and hopefully next year I will make my third trip with this gun. I have put thousands of rounds through the AL391 Urika with no problems. On both of my trips my hunting partners have used other guns marketed for this type of shooting and all have hade problems cycling the low quality rounds provided. My Beretta ate shells with no problem. If I ever wear this one out I will by another!… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/09/2008
The Beretta AL391 Urika offers very low recoil. I took down geese up to about 70 yards with 3 inch magnum shells and very clean after a heavy days shooting, thanks to the self cleaning device. I hope to keep this gun for many years as its a great all rounder… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/06/2008 by rhm4jc (1 review written)
This gun is an excellent choice for sporting clays, skeet or trap. I own five shotguns and four are Berettas'. I'd give the gun a 10, but the perfect gun has not been made yet. However, I'll bet Beretta will make it soon… Read Full Review
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