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My brother has just got one, about three weeks back, he loves it - but he's a Beretta man !!

I've shot it too, albeit at clays, it does come up nice, and with little felt recoil, which would suit me, as I tend to be sensitive to recoil, something I did notice was the action seems a lot wider than other Berettas, but that's not a criticism just an observation, one thing that  was noticeable was the average finish of the woodwork, I know my brother plans to have this refinished - but on a new gun!!! 

I must add that it does have a stunning stock, and will look fantastic once finished as it should've been.

other than that it is well finished, and balanced with really nice engraving and beautiful blacked barrels.

I would be happy to have one in my cabinet without a doubt.

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Brill, thanks, I agree about the wood, mine arrives next week, I also noticed same on a new 20 b silver pigeon that I picked up this week

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HI PPP - how are you finding your Beretta 695?  I am thinking of buying one - but it is a lot of money so just want to get your opinion.

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On 16/01/2020 at 14:45, Trenta said:

HI PPP - how are you finding your Beretta 695?  I am thinking of buying one - but it is a lot of money so just want to get your opinion.

Good thanks, only had ⅔ outings, it needs a bit of cast I think as my 686 did and maybe comb rIsing a little but otherwise it’s great!

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