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Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon I Combo .410/3" and 28GA/2-3/4" 28" Walnut Over/Under Shotgun J686FR8

SKU J686FR8-Beretta

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The Beretta 686 Silver Pigeon I is Beretta's most popular over/under shotgun, based on the superb 680 platform that hunting and sporting clays enthusiasts have loved all over the world since its inception. With its unmistakable low, slim action and ultra-reliable mechanisms, the new version for 2019 adopts the perfect ballistics of the Steelium Optima HP barrels (MobilChoke for .410) and features a new, more defined and lustrous floral engraving of grapes on the vine as well as the iconic Beretta logo on each side of the action.

Features of the 686 Silver Pigeon I:

  • Enhanced Floral Engraving & Beretta Logo
  • Beautiful Oiled Checkered Walnut
  • Steelium Cold Hammer Forged Chrome Lined Barrels
  • Optima Choke-HP (MobilChoke for .410)
  • Microcore Recoil Pad
  • Schnabel Fore-end
  • Rib Type: Flat 1/4" x 1/4"
  • Metal Bead Sight
  • Low Profile, Improved Box Lock Action
  • Carrying Case


  • Action:Under/Over Break-Action
  • Gauge:.410 gauge
    28 gauge
  • Max Shell Length:3 inches (.410 gauge)
    2 ¾" (28 gauge)
  • Magazine Capacity:2
  • Barrel Length:28 inches
  • Trigger:Single
  • Caliber or Gauge:28ga
  • HandednessRight Hand
  • Product TypeShotguns
  • Item ConditionNew
  • UPC082442915180
  • MPNJ686FR8

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
March 30, 2022

Great gun. I just shot 100 straight at skeet with it if that tells anything. The gun feels right, mounts perfectly. I really like it. The only thing you should be aware of is all the photo's shown are the Sporting grade, but the gun is actually the Field grade. I was a bit disappointed by that because I was trying to match my 686 sporting grade 20 gauge in feel, but it all worked out. This field grade is closer in dimensions to my 20 year old 20 gauge 686, than the current sporting grade models.

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