Accokeek, MD Expect the Beretta USA booth (#2331) to be abuzz with activity when the NRA Annual Meetings open later this week as NRA members get their first glimpse of the new A300 Outlander and ARX-160 in .22LR. Sweepstakes centered on these two product launches greet visitors to the booth, and Beretta encourages everyone to enjoy not one, but two, very different interactive experiences within the shotgun and pistol areas of the booth.
Shotguns take center stage as Beretta launches its newest shotgun set to hit stores shelves in June, the A300 Outlander. Available in oiled wood, black synthetic and Max-4® camouflage, the A300 Outlander features the reliable, durable and rugged nature exemplified in every Beretta shotgun, but at a price everyone can afford. NRA members, and America, deserves the A300 Outlander and has an opportunity to win one by submitting a short video essay as to why you, or someone you know, deserves an A300.
In addition to the A300 Outlander, other new 2012 shotguns include; the A400 Xcel Parallel Target-a semi-automatic, all-purpose competition shotgun and most recent addition to the A400 line of sporting shotguns, and the latest innovative SV10 over/unders. The SV10 line of over/under shotguns includes the field version Perennia I and the SV10 Prevail I X-Trap and Sporting. The knowledgeable Beretta staff will answer any questions regarding the A300, the new 2012 additions or any of the other Beretta shotguns.
Not to be overshadowed by shotguns, the tactical products area of the Beretta booth has its own new product debut, the ARX-160 in .22LR. Available as a rifle or in a pistol configuration, the new ARX features an ambidextrous mag catch, charging handle and safety lever. The adjustable folding stock, Picatinny rails for easy optics mounting and 20 rd magazines make the ARX-160 in .22LR a wonderful plinker, suitable for the entire family. One lucky visitor to the Beretta booth will win one!
After registering to win an ARX-160 in .22LR be sure to experience the venerable M9 pistol, sidearm of the US military, as Beretta teams with VirTra Systems to bring NRA members an interactive experience no one will want to miss. "The M9 has been the official sidearm of the United States military for the last 26 years. This interactive experience allows the end-user to see for themselves what has made the M9, and the 92 Series it is based on, a favorite for so many years," said Ryan Muety, Director of Marketing for Beretta USA. With so much going on from interactive experiences to opportunities to win free firearms, a visit to the Beretta booth should be on everyone's NRA Annual Meetings to do list.
Beretta, established in 1526, is the oldest industrial dynasty in the world tracing its roots through 16 generations of continuous family ownership. Firearms bearing the Beretta name have been sold for almost 500 years. Beretta USA Corp. was founded in 1977 and supplies the standard sidearm to the U.S. Armed Forces. Today, Beretta manufactures, distributes and markets a complete line of firearms, accessories and apparel. Beretta also owns and operates six retail Beretta Gallery stores worldwide. For additional information, visit www.berettausa.com