Mesa Tactical Pairs with Beretta for an Urbino 1301 Pistol Grip Stock

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posted on August 25, 2015
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Mesa Tactical, supplier of tactical gear for law enforcement, military and personal protection announced a joint project with Beretta USA. Mesa Tactical’s Urbino stock has been selected for use on Beretta’s 1301 tactical shotgun. The Urbino shotgun stock is available for tactical shotguns and is being developed at the request of Beretta.

Specifically designed as a tactical stock, the Urbino has features that make it a definitive upgrade over standard butt stocks. Made from injection-molded glass-filled nylon, the Urbino tactical stock has a 12½-inch length-of-pull (LoP) for improved weapon control and use with body armor; optional field-adjustable cheek riser to provide improved cheek weld when used with optics; optional Limbsaver butt pad for greater shooting comfort, especially during long training or certification courses; shock-absorbing rubber grip sleeve to reduce shooter fatigue; and a variety of standard and proprietary sling mounting options.

The Beretta 1301 shotgun is Beretta's new gas operated semi-automatic shotgun designed for law-enforcement and home-defense. Engineered to be ultra-reliable, easy to use and safe, it has all the features that a modern tactical shotgun should offer, and more. And thanks to its compact size (barrel length: 18.5 inches), it is ideal for negotiating tight spaces as well as for being safely stored away when not needed.

“Mesa Tactical couldn’t be happier to be selected by a company like Beretta.” Mitch Barrie, Founder and President of Mesa Tactical further commented “Both the shotgun and the stock are the best in their respective classes. It is an honor the Urbino stock was chosen by Beretta for their new 1301 tactical shotgun”

“This is a great step forward in the development of the 1301 Tactical shotgun” said John Tamborino, Tactical Product Manager at Beretta USA. “We are proud to partner with Mesa Tactical to bring this newest evolution of the 1301 Tactical to market.”

Prices and availability

Consumers can purchase the Urbino Tactical Stock for the Beretta 1301 through berettausa.com, your local dealer, and direct from mesatactical.com.

SKU     Item                                                                                                               MSRP

94960  Urbino Pistol Grip Stock for Beretta 1301 (Standard Butt, 12-GA, Black)                $115.00

94970  Urbino Pistol Grip Stock for Beretta 1301 (Riser, Standard Butt, 12-GA, Black)       $145.00

95290  Urbino Pistol Grip Stock for Beretta 1301 (SuperCell, 12-GA, Black)                      $125.00

95300  Urbino Pistol Grip Stock for Beretta 1301 (Riser, SuperCell, 12-GA, Black)            $155.00

94980  Urbino Pistol Grip Stock for Beretta 1301 (Limbsaver, 12-GA, Black)                     $140.00

94990  Urbino Pistol Grip Stock for Beretta 1301 (Riser, Limbsaver, 12-GA, Black)            $170.00

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