A different concept of semiautomatic shotgun
expert hunter knows well that adverse conditions like the morning
dampness, a rainy day, the passage through compact vegetation
and a saline atmosphere put his shotgun to the test. Notwithstanding
the fact that the classic shotgun may be thoroughly weatherproof
and abrasion resistant, it is likely to get damaged to some extent,
unless it is handled with particular care.
The rotating breech bolt head ensures a perfect locking on the barrel extension .
impact strength, abrasion resistance, weather ability, strain
strength and endurance of this material fully meet the severe
ordnance specifications required by military firearms on which
Beretta has the chance to made severe field tests.
The trigger plate assembly consists of a small number of parts.
Simplicity of construction and special materials are not only a guarantee for handiness and functionality, but mean also less weight and ease of handling. These two last properties of the shotgun become particularly evident and appreciable at the end of a hunting day. Not to speak of the new attractive design of the 1200F. The streamline receiver is connected with the stock by a definite chamfer, yet extremely harmonic. The fluted stock and forend add a distinctive character to the shotgun. To carry the shotgun on the shoulder, the stock is fitted with a threaded bore, covered by a removable cap, to accommodate a sling swivel whenever needed. The matted grey chromed trigger, safety, feeding lever and bolt release button stand out against the matted black finish of the entire shotgun. The final result is the new Beretta 1200F a young shotgun yet with an undeniable character, slight1y unconventional, undoubtedly ,practical and cost-effective. For those who like to go hunting in all freedom, here is the 1200 F a different concept of automatic shotgun.