The Beretta 692 is the successor of the popular Beretta 682. This gun was made to meet the competitive shooter’s needs.
Beretta 692: The Adjustable Clay Shotgun
The Beretta 692 offers more stability and handling because it was constructed wider and heavier. Its length can be customized by its adjustable single-selective trigger. This shotgun also has an adjustable ejector or extractor. It will allow the shooter to adjust the gun according to his shooting style and preference. Beretta 692 has black-gold details with a traditional design. See if this beauty could be your perfect match as you scroll on.
The Beretta 692 is a champion in terms of adjustability. This gun is equipped with customizable features to make it more comfortable. It’s durable, accurate, and lowered recoil with its OptimaBore Steelium barrels having a 360mm forcing cone. The receiver is designed elegantly and is shiny polished on its side panels and bottom. This beauty has a Beretta B-FAST system allowing the shooter to set it up the way it would fit them.
This beauty is equipped with a B-FAST balancer placed deep enough that allows you to shorten the stock if needed. It is placed far back from its central hinge pin for a maximum counter-balance result, giving this gun a major upgrade compared to other Beretta shotguns with an adjustable comb.
- Gauge/Chamber: 12/3″
- Rib: 10x8mm Flat Vented
- Choke Type: OCHP Extended Screw-in
- Barrel Lengths: 28″/30″/32″
- Forends: Schnabel/Rounded
- Total Approximate Weight: 7.7 lbs.
- Barrel Weight: 3 1/4 lbs.
Ease of Use and Performance
It is easy to handle and is stable with less recoil because of how it was constructed. This gun also has accuracy, thanks to its barrel design. It basically has an enhanced design compared to its predecessor.
Pros and Cons
It was given a major upgrade that made it adjustable to fit the shooter’s preference.
- B-FAST system
- Adjustable single-selective trigger
- OptimaBore Steelium barrels
- The gun is a little stiff to open
Overall Verdict and Price
This beauty costs around $5,000-$7,000. It’s ranked below MX2000, Krieghoff K-80, and Perazzi MX8 but is still a great clay gun nonetheless with regards to its qualities and features. This gun has a just price considering the models ranking above it are costlier which gives it leverage economically.
Learn how to remove the ejector on a Beretta 692 by watching this video:
The Beretta 692 raised the bar higher than the 682. This beauty’s performance and design are perfect for competition shooting as well as for those serious clay shooters. I have friends using the 692 and they’re quite satisfied with its performance. You might want to consider getting one for yourself as well.
Do you own a Beretta 692? What can you say about this beauty? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
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Editor’s Note – This post was originally published in September 2015 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.