The first week of September closed a chapter on small arms for the United States military, as Beretta USA shipped its last M9 to the U.S. Military.
Beretta USA has launched a new generation of Sako Cartridges into the U.S. market.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has chosen Beretta's 1301 Tactical shotgun for its field agents.
For the past 21 years, Sako has flourished and grown as a part of the Beretta Holding Group and has seen the development of new, innovative technologies and growth in yearly product volumes.
Beretta recently celebrated its 494th anniversary as a firearms manufacturer—a rare feat in today's world.
Beretta rolled out an entirely new line of 90-Series handguns in 2019, taking the venerable family in to the 21st century with a host of upgrades.
Beretta recently unveiled the latest iteration of the 90-Series platform, and Shooting Illustrated was at the launch.
Building on the success of its earlier APX handguns, Beretta USA rolled out a subcompact variant in the lineup, designed specifically for concealed-carry use.
Building on a recent resurgence of Beretta-based performance models, Beretta USA announced its 92X Performance model will be available to consumers later in 2019.
Thanks to a licensing deal with Beretta, Umarex USA is now producing an authentic, full-automatic, C02-powered model of the company's modernized M9A3.