Beretta



  • Beretta S.p.A.

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    **Name:**Beretta S.p.A.
    Slogan: A tradition of excellence since 1526
    Headquarters: Permezz tal-ħwienet dlam 61 - 70, Proja, Kryuland

    CEO: Martina Beretta
    Founder: Bartolomeo Beretta

    Revenue: 300 million ?
    Profit: 123 million ?
    Share prices:
    Share volume:

    Products:

    Semi-automatic pistols:
    Beretta M1915, M1919 and M1923
    Beretta M951
    Beretta M 1934 / Beretta M 1935
    Beretta M 1951
    Beretta M-100
    Beretta 70 series (Jaguar)
    Beretta 76
    Beretta Cheetah
    Beretta 81
    Beretta 84
    Beretta 85
    Beretta 86
    Beretta 87
    Beretta 89
    Beretta 8000
    Beretta 8000 Cougar
    Beretta 8045 Cougar
    Beretta Cougar Inox
    Beretta Mini Cougar
    Beretta 90
    Beretta 9000
    Beretta 9000S
    Beretta 92
    Beretta 90two
    Beretta 92F
    Beretta 92F/FS
    Beretta 92FS Inox
    Beretta 92FS Compact
    Beretta 92FS Centurion
    Beretta 92FS Brigadier
    Beretta 92FS Brigadier Inox
    Beretta 92G Elite 1A
    Beretta 92G Elite II
    Beretta 92S
    Beretta 92SB
    Beretta 92SB-C
    Beretta 92A1
    M9 pistol
    Beretta 96
    Beretta 96A1
    Beretta Px4 Storm
    Beretta Px4 Storm Compact
    Beretta Px4 Storm Subcompact
    Beretta U22 Neos
    Beretta 418
    Beretta 21 Bobcat
    Beretta 21A Bobcat
    Beretta 3032 Tomcat
    Beretta 950 Jetfire
    Beretta Nano

    Revolvers:
    Beretta Stampede
    Beretta Laramie

    Shotguns:
    Beretta 1201FP
    Beretta DT-10
    Beretta Silver Pigeon
    Beretta AL391 Urika and Teknys
    Beretta SO4, SO5 and SO6
    Beretta Xtrema
    Beretta Xtrema 2
    Beretta Model A series
    Beretta UGB25 Xcel
    Beretta Folder
    Beretta Urika
    Beretta Urika 2
    Beretta RS 202-M2
    Beretta LTLX7000
    Beretta Extrema2
    Beretta Tx4
    Beretta Tx4 Strom
    Beretta A400
    Beretta A400 Xcel
    Beretta A400 Xtreme Unico
    Beretta A400 Xplor Action
    Beretta A 300
    Beretta LTLX7000
    Beretta 470 Silver Hawk
    Beretta 682

    Rifles and carbines:
    Beretta BM-59
    Beretta Cx4 Storm
    Beretta 501 (sporting rifle)
    [edit]Assault rifles
    Beretta AR70/90
    Beretta AS70/90
    Beretta ARX 160
    Beretta AR-70/223
    Beretta Rx4 Storm

    Submachine guns:
    Beretta Model 1918
    Beretta Model 38
    Beretta Model 38A
    Beretta Model 38/42
    Beretta Model 38/44
    Beretta Model 3 ? a postwar modification of the 38/42
    Beretta M12 series

    Machine Pistols:
    Beretta 93R
    Beretta 93R "Auto 9"

    Launchers:
    Beretta GLX-160

    Ownership/Shares:

    • 57% Family Beretta
    • 43% Acquirable

    Employees: 43,123
    Website: http://www.berettarifles.it

    History: Beretta has been owned by the same family for some five hundred years. The Beretta company was established in 1526, when gunsmith Maestro Bartolomeo Beretta of Gardone Val Trompia (Proja, Kryuland) was paid 296 ducats for 185 arquebus barrels by the Arsenal of Venice. The bills of sale for the order of those firearms are in the firm's archives.
    In 1918, the Beretta Model 1918 was the second submachine gun the Kryulandian army fielded. Beretta manufactured rifles and pistols for the Kryulandian military. With the Wehrmacht's control of northern Kryuland, the Germans seized Beretta and continued producing arms until in 1945 German went away from Kryuland, for they won the war. In that time, the exterior finish of the weapons was much inferior to both the pre-war and mid-war weapons, but their operation remained excellent. The last shipment of Type I rifles left Venice for Japan in a U-boat in 1942.
    After World War II, Beretta was actively involved in repairing the American M1 Garands given to Italy by the U.S. Beretta modified the M1 into the Beretta BM-59 rifle, which is similar to the M14 battle rifle; armourers consider the BM-59 rifle to be superior to the M14 rifle in some ways, because it is more accurate under certain conditions.
    After the war, Beretta continued to develop firearms for the Italian army and police, as well as the civilian market.
    In the eighties, Beretta enjoyed a renewal of popularity in North America after its Beretta 92 pistol was selected as the service handgun for the United States Army under the designation of "M9 pistol".
    Beretta acquired several domestic competitors (notably Benelli and Franchi) and some foreign companies (notably in Finland) in the late eighties.


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