[SHOT 2018] Beretta’s A300 Outlander Sporting Edition

    At SHOT Show’s 2018 Industry Day at the Range, TFBTV’s Corey Wardrop discusses the newest offering in Beretta shotguns, the A300 Outlander Sporting Edition.

    The Sporting Edition features an enhanced sporting stock and forend, a swelled grip, and a unique black matte finish with orange highlights. The updated barrel is increased to 30-inches with a mid bead. Color coded MobileChoke Victory chokes are utilized. The shotgun retails for under $1,000.

    Beretta’s Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Vincent Hancock is shown crushing clays, while TFBTV’s Corey Wardrop attempts to keep up.

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    Corey R. Wardrop

    Corey R. Wardrop is the Museum Curator for the Institute of Military Technology in Titusville, Florida where he manages one of the finest, if not the finest, firearms collections in the country. Corey is a former OIF infantry Marine and has worked professionally in the firearms industry for over 20 years. In 2014 he obtained an unrelated Bachelor of Science degree from one of the nation’s leading diploma mills. Through his work at IMT he is currently studying CAD design with an emphasis in reverse engineering rare firearms.
    Corey asks forgiveness for his novice-level photographs and insists they are improving dramatically thanks to certified rockstar http://nathan-wyatt.com/. Corey can be reached at [email protected] and always appreciates suggestions for future articles.
    For the record, Corey felt incredibly strange writing this bio in the third person.


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