Great gun alert: 20g Beretta BL-4 OU, 28″ bbls …

Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun

Found –  a great upland shotgun at an even better price!

Introduced in the ’60s, Beretta’s BL-grade over-under shotguns were imported into the US by the Garcia Corp through the ’70s. These guns were basically stripped-downed versions of the company’s ASE line of OUs.

The BLs feature a shallow, low profile boxlock action scaled to match the gauge. They were priced to be values – not cheap, but well made guns at fair prices. They came in a number of grades, with the BL-6s being the highest. All of them were rugged, reliable doubles, built to deliver a lot of quality for fair money.

Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun

Today, the Beretta BLs are pretty much steals, especially when they’re in this kind of condition. I know some guys are going to say the chokes on this one are too tight for an upland gun. To those guys I say “Just open them up to right where you want them!”

Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun28″ vented bbls., M/F, single select trigger, ejectors,fully engraved receiver with scroll & rosettes, engraved sides & upper receiver, premium grade European PG checkered walnut stock & forearm, 14 1/4″ LOP over factory buttplate,  99% blue, minor handling, light pecks on left carry side only, 5 pounds – 13 ounces. Price: $1,799

Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU ShotgunBeretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun
Beretta BL-4 20ga OU Shotgun

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2 thoughts on “Great gun alert: 20g Beretta BL-4 OU, 28″ bbls …

  1. I think you are wrong on the BL-5 being the highest grade of the BL series. I had A BL-6 in 20ga. It had false side plates and nice wood but not anything like the current 680 series guns have. I bought this gun from my father un-fired in the early 90s. He purchased it “for my mother” and she wasn’t interested in shooting. He bought it in the mid 70s if memory serves me.

    Regards, Gordon

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