Here’s your chance to get one of the best upland shotguns Beretta has made. The 686 Onyx was the first shotgun I lusted after, and I still think it’s a fantastic-looking OU. This one looks like it has a fancy, upgraded walnut stock, so it’s even more impressive.
Beretta introduced the 686 Onyx around ’88 and built them until around ’99. The gun quickly gained a reputation for being a rugged, reliable OU that handled well and was easy to maintain and repair. All that’s still true today.
With original 3″ chambers and choke tubes, the one you see here can handle any kind of upland hunting you do. And because the gun doesn’t cost a fortune, you don’t have to worry about it while you’re doing it.
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