View from the gun shop

Shooting Gazette - - The review gun test - Bill Elderkin

Many buy­ers would also doubt­less pre­fer to be able to have their new gun with­out a big sticker run­ning down the bar­rel telling ev­ery­one who made it – though th­ese are easy to re­move.

The B725 has so far proved very re­li­able and is eas­ily re­paired or ad­justed. For ex­am­ple, the act of mak­ing the gun au­tosafe us­ing the parts pro­vided in the box takes a mat­ter of min­utes. You do get a lot of gun for your money here; re­ally its near­est com­peti­tor is a model made by Brown­ing’s other well-known shot­gun brand, the Miroku MK60 in grade five – though th­ese come with fixed chokes rather than mul­ti­chokes as in the Brown­ing.

Beretta isn’t so fond of putting long bar­rels on its guns and you are un­likely to be able to get any­thing from the likes of Rizzini and Cae­sar Guerini of a sim­i­lar spec­i­fi­ca­tion at such a com­pet­i­tive price.

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