Summary of the Beretta 690 Field III
The Beretta 690 Field III 12-bore game gun is the game version of the Beretta 692 and successor to the Beretta 680. The Beretta 690 Field III blends technology with tradition; and centuries of craftsmanship with modern manufacturing techniques, to create a lightweight, balanced and lovely-looking over/under shotgun, perfect for a day in the field.
Key Features of the Beretta 690 Field III
Beretta production technology transforms a special tri-alloy steel into an exceptional barrel offering superior ballistic performance. The internal profile of the steelium barrels offers a smoother transition for shot through the barrel, leading to improved patterning and reduced recoil. The barrels are mono-block in construction and chrome lined for durability.
PREMIUM RECEIVER & ENGRAVING
The Beretta 690 Field III has a thin, elegant, double-fenced receiver – typically only seen before on refined premium guns of EELL grade and above – and a roll marked game scene engraving
HIGH GRADE WOOD
The 690 Field III features the best grade wood in its category. Every oil-finished, Grade III walnut stock is hand-selected by Beretta to guarantee the best technical and aesthetic standards
A re-designed barrel and forend means the Beretta 690 Field III is lighter than its predecessors. The average 12 bore with 28” barrels weighs only 3.35kg.
MULTIPLE CONFIGURATION OPTIONS
Available in 26”, 28” and 30” barrels with two stock drop options in both cast on and off. Five chokes complete the Optima-Choke HP version for consistent accuracy in the field.
What the Ian Coley Gun Shop says about the Beretta 690 Field III:
The Beretta 690 Field III is a great handling gun, smooth to shoot and with low recoil. Perfect for a day shooting