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#5393046 - 11/01/14 10:05 PM Beretta 391 Silver Mallard????
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Registered: 09/14/14
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looking at a used beretta 390 silver mallard. Anyone hunt with one of these? How does it compare to the A300?

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#5393100 - 11/01/14 10:40 PM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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390 or 391?

If it's reasonable priced and in good condition then definitely buy it. It's a finer gun than the A300 in my opinion but they both put shot downrange.
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#5393192 - 11/02/14 01:18 AM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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It is a 391. According to the owner it only has had about 3 shells run through it. And it just sits in his safe. It appears to be almost brand new. $575.00 is the sell price. I've read that particular series (391) was a hit or miss one for beretta on the reliability side. With this particular gun having such little use that is my only reservation.

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#5393648 - 11/02/14 10:41 AM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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391's are the most common auto in clay shooting games, their reliability is one of those reasons.
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#5393838 - 11/02/14 12:59 PM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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Correction. This is a 390...not 391

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#5393841 - 11/02/14 01:02 PM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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Great guns. I have over 15000 rounds though one
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#5393976 - 11/02/14 01:59 PM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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My brother has one, I used it a lot duck/goose hunting. Exceptional firearm.

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#5394158 - 11/02/14 03:07 PM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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$575 is definitely a decent price.
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#5394545 - 11/02/14 07:09 PM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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I have one of the 390 Silver Mallards, it is one of my favorite guns to shoot. It is a very well made gun, superior to the A300.

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#5397227 - 11/03/14 07:15 PM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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buy it you will never need to buy another shotgun in your life, the early ones had realy good wood on some of them also

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#5397837 - 11/03/14 11:27 PM Re: Beretta 391 Silver Mallard???? [Re: Arbor Guy]
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Awesome! Thanks guys

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