Beretta A300 Outlander

Beretta A300 Outlander

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Reviews Counted: 85
GUNCRITIC SCORE 98%
Total reviews: 85
Positive: 73
Mixed: 6
Negative: 1
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Beretta A300 Outlander Description

Semi-automatic gas operation with self-compensating exhaust valve and self-cleaning piston. Adjustable shim system. Black rubber butt plate. Crossbolt safety with new ergonomics for better grip. Mobilechokes.6×6 ventilated rib barrel. Metal bead sight.

Beretta A300 Outlander Specifications

BrandBeretta Usa
ActionSemi-Automatic
Capacity3+1
FinishMAX5
Barrel Length28" Vent Rib

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  • Highest Price: $764.41 - January 25, 2019
  • Lowest Price: $718.35 - December 24, 2018

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Beretta A300 Outlander Reviews

Positive: 84 Mixed: 0 Negative: 1
  • 100

    Very reliable
    So I wanted a gun that I could use left handed. I’ve shot shot right handed guns my whole life and would always miss out on shots because I left my safety on. The cross bolt safety has saved the day. I started off ...shooting clays with this gun. It’s one of the most reliable guns on the market for the price. It’s soft shooting and swings like a dream. I can’t say enough good things about this gun. I’ve shot doves, squirrels, crows, turkey with this gun. Can’t wait to take it into the timber this fall. The only thing I would critique this gun on is that you need to shoot hot loads through it while breaking it in (I do this with all my guns) All I did was shoot some high brass through it a few times and those light loads were fine afterwards. It’s very durable! I’ve dropped this gun and it shot just fine. That steel receiver holds up great! Great starter gun for anyone. It fits almost anyone since it comes with spacers on the stock. If you want a great gun for the price definitely go with this. more

    June 12, 2018
    Outdoorsman 101
  • 100

    Great Duck Gun
    Been researching and comparing several camo semi auto and finally decided on the A300 Outlander. For the money, you cannot beat it. I did add a fluorescent orange front sight. Can't wait for duck season to start.

    October 18, 2016
    tomA1
  • 100

    Amazing shotgun
    I got this gun a week ago and have shot about 6 boxes of shells throw it and I can not stress enough of how wonderful this gun is I had a Remington 870 before this one . I had the 870 for 7 years and wanted a new one aft...er weeks of research I ended up buying the a300 outlander and I will never look at another gun the same only bad is it doesn't come with a sticker but if you're looking for a great waterfowl gun this is it and a really good price . more

    September 17, 2016
    Duckhunter20
  • 100

    Awesome
    I have shot sporting clays for several years, using a Mossberg 500 and an OLD Remington Model 11. I have since purchased an A300 & love it. No malfunctions, easy to clean/maintain, fairly light and has improved my ac...curacy. more

    May 15, 2016
    bamf6
  • 100

    Reliable made in USA autoloader
    Bought my A300 last year - have about 500 rds through it now - never fails - no cycling issues and tears up targets (feathered or clay. Awesome gun from a well known and reputable maker

    December 29, 2015
    OldeTSgt
  • 100

    best semiauto on the market for the money
    I've had this gun for 2 years and not one problem at all. The gun eats anything I put in it. Points superbly and swings very nicely. I run a trulock improved cylinder in it and it patterns like a dream. For the money it'...s a squirrel/bird slaying machine. I have full confidence in this gun. I use the improved cylinder for all my dove and duck hunting shooting 2.3/4 #3 shot. I have a patternmaster code black duck that I use for specklebelly, snow, and Canada geese using the same shells and absolutely slaughter them. For the water Fowler who simply can't or doesn't see the reason to spend near 2 grand on a shotgun this is the gun for you more

    September 11, 2018
    Cajunfowler1
  • 100

    Great Value!
    I just purchased my synthetic stock A300 a few days ago. What a great value! I am pleased with the adjustability of the stock and it fits me well. I have only shot one round of trap at my local range but I intend to put ...many more rounds through it. It did cycle a box of 1 oz Fiocchi # 7.5’s with no issues. I expect none too. This seems to be a very good gun. more

    August 28, 2018
    Colorado bird hunter
  • 100

    Beretta A 300 review
    I bought this shotgun October 2017. Finished duck season without a hitch. Between hunting and sporting clays I now have about 2000 rounds through it without a problem. I bought the wood stock version. Compared all other ...high end shotguns against the a300. Chose the A 300 and glad I did. Great value for the price. Fits like a glass be, modest recoil, swings great, and is lively in the hands. Easy adjustment for stock cast. Easy to take apart, clean, and reassemble. Self cleaning has piston. Just load it and shoot. It loves RIO shells. Sporting Clays and Blue Steel. Patterns are unbelievable. I’d put this gun up against Browning, Winchester, Benelli, or Remington. Great gun! more

    April 29, 2018
    Richard E Dennis
  • 100

    Glad i chose the Outlander!
    I apent alot of time reading forums and the comparisons of many differen, t types of semi-auto's. i tested several guns and came to the Beretta Outlander for the best shouldering, lightest recoil and consistent cycling. ...I have shot several hundred clays and had several game farm hunts for Pheaseant and Chukars. It is now my go to shotgun for almost everything. I can't say enough about the overall feel when shooting, i only use a 20 gauge for Quail, this is now my Duck, Pheaseant, Grouse and Turkey gun! more

    March 13, 2018
    Oakvilla
  • 100

    Great Gun!
    Jest finished a full season of waterfowl hunting with my synthetic black A300. Not a single issue with feeding or ejection in all weather conditions. Used the A300 from warm early September goose season all the way thru ...Oregon wet and cold January duck outings. I did replace the brass bead with a Beretta screw in red luminous light pipe bead. Recoil is hardly noticeable with the A300's gas system. Easy to clean, there is an instructional basic cleaning video from Beretta online. Very pleased with the A300. If you can get the job done with 3" shells the A300 will do it for you reliably. more

    January 17, 2018
    Wolverinechamp1998
  • 100

    Busting Clays!
    What a great gun! Shot 2 rounds of 5 stand yesterday and gun was smooth as butter. Had not shot clays for 12 or 13 years till a couple of weeks ago. Had a Stoeger M3000 and it beat me up pretty good. Guess I'm getting so...fter in my old age. Picked this up and am I glad! Many more birds hit and shoulder not sore! Very soft recoil! Well balanced! Great gun and a excellent value! more

    December 27, 2017
    BobNC
  • 100

    Outstanding value compared to other shotguns.
    I own many shotguns that are from different manufactures here(USA) and abroad. I purchased this gun for waterfowl hunting. However I do use it for upland bird(pheasant,doves,quail) hunting as well. In the four years that... I have used it, it has never malfunction no matter what loads I've used. No need to baby this gun, it will take any punishment because of it's camo finish in the field come rain,mud,dust,tree/brush limbs. I love the way it points, shoots and unloading of the magazine is simple after a hunt. Capt. Ken L. Baker (Retired State Game Warden) more

    December 17, 2017
    Captain 134
  • 100

    Excellent Shotgun
    Of all the shotguns I have owned and shot over the years, the Beretta A300 Outlander is, by far, my favorite. With its light weight, good feel, and smooth cycling it is hard to beat. I have shot hundreds of shells with t...his gun and it never fails to cycle the shells, even low brass shells. It is simple to disassemble and clean. Overall, this is an excellent choice for a shotgun. more

    November 27, 2017
    wak7
  • 100

    great gun
    Great gun bought a week ago , went and shot it yesterday just clays , all I did was cleaned off the packing grease and oiled the gun lightly and it shot perfectly no jams no ejection problems , first time out with the gu...n , broke 38 outta 50 clays . great gun great price more

    October 31, 2017
    sicric
  • 100

    Awesome versatile gun
    This gun is amazing. When hunting rabbits in thick brush, high flying pheasants, or shooting clays, the gun is super smooth and cycles everything. Even put slugs through it for deer season in Illinois and it was very acc...urate out to 50 yards. Sweet auto loading machine for the money! more

    September 28, 2017
    JGoda
  • 100

    Solid shotgun
    After 5 years of back and forth, I finally decide that the A300 was the gun for me. I've shot an 870 since I was 11 years old and have wanted and automatic since I heard the word Benelli. It wasn't until recently that I ...could actually afford one (with my wife's permission) and was dead set on a SBEII. My buddy happened to be in the market for a semi also and convinced me on an A400 since Beretta has basically hit the perfection of a gas operated auto. The A400 is the last shotgun you'll ever need to buy - period. But that $1,500 price tag just ain't in ole boy's range of warm and cozy. Puts a good lump in my belly when thinking about other toys I can buy with that extra $800. So Take a good hard look at the A300. I mean for about a year; researching and reading forums. I'm st say, after only 150 rounds slaying some doves down in the Sip, this is one bad gun. Not a hang up, not one problem eating shells right out the ole box. Now, she ain't gonna shoot your 3 1/2 shells, so if your sky blasting geese you might want to pass her up. And she's not gonna have your little kick off system to keep your tender shoulder from be sore after waxing a load of ducks, but she'll work and she shoots like a dream and works like a mule. You won't regret this purchase, I promise! more

    September 1, 2017
    LongTimeShooter
  • 100

    Sweet shooter
    This is my second Beretta semi auto. I have an AL390 Silver Mallard that is my regular hunting gun. I bought the A300 because it had the same feel as the AL390. I purchased the wood stock, and for end version, there is j...ust something about the look and feel of walnut. I wanted a new gun to shoot trap with and Beretta was the choice for me! I took it out to the gun club for some trap shooting and it performed beautiful. Swings easy and shoots/cycles smooth! I can not say enough good things, about the Beretta A300. more

    August 11, 2017
    CowboyJeff
  • 100

    Love my Beretta A300 Outlander
    After searching every conceivable site on the internet, I concluded that I wanted a semi automatic shotgun that I could try my hand at trap shooting and possibly skeet shooting, while still being able to use it in the fi...eld. I finally settled on the Beretta A300 Outlander in Wood. more

    July 19, 2017
    ctucci
  • 100

    Great autoloader shotgun at any price
    I've owned the A-300 Outlander for 3 seasons now and love it. I'm a lefty and have the safety reversed and shimmed for left hand shooting. It has eaten everything I've fed it. Made in the USA. Can impress enough how much... I like this gun. more

    July 17, 2017
    John B
  • 100

    Gun for my wife
    This gun is perfect for my wife the adjustable stock makes it just her size. We used it for duck hunting and she loves the feel of this gun. After a few rounds the action of the gun loosened up. Perfect.

    January 11, 2017
    Sunnygirlgoldendoodle
  • 100

    Very nice shotgun!
    I purchased this shotgun primarily to be used for shooting clays. I did lots of research on this gun before purchasing and I love it. This is my first semi auto shotgun and I got the black synthetic and the look and feel... of the gun is great. Very easy to take apart and clean. First 100 rounds were in ten degree weather and not a single issue. Very satisfied with the gun. more

    January 4, 2017
    Dantheman749
  • 100

    Out Standing Gun
    Just got this gun for early Christmas present and I cant say enough good things about it. It shoots like its already had 500 shots put through it when you first take it out of the box. The looks are very realistic and di...stinct and the way the gun cycles shells is fantastic! more

    December 18, 2016
    wmoore01
  • 100

    Best Bang for the Buck
    It would be very hard to beat the quality and the value you get for the price you pay. I've used this gun in the field for waterfowl and upland, in the rain and dirt and it has functioned flawlessly. It cycles through sh...ells smoothly and fits great. Easy adjustments for fit and for safety reverse for left handed shooters. It is also very easy to disassemble, clean and reassemble. For the price, I would buy this gun all day everyday. more

    October 26, 2016
    PSantiago
  • 100

    Flawlessl
    Used for the first time on South Dakota pheasant hunt. It performed great! Looking forward to use it again!

    October 22, 2016
    fishnrodmurphy
  • 100

    Second Shotgun - way better
    Replacing my used Remington pump, I decided on this based on using a friends A300 and his recommendation. My trap game was best 5 with the Remington pump; terrible even though I'm a relative novice. When I first brought ...this out to the range I really didn't expect much better, but was pleased to see how much easier it was for me to score hits. Best game that day was 18! So, it goes to show this gun is easier for me to sight in. Operation was flawless. a full disassembly can be tricky, but once you do it, it's not so bad. Easy to do a basic breakdown for cleaning. Well made, too. This will be my primary and I'll keep the Remington for home defense, possibly. I'm set now! more

    October 15, 2016
    ssphoto
  • 80

    Great Gun
    This is a great gun; especially for the money. You cannot find a semi-auto shotgun of this caliber, for this kind of money. Beretta is made in the USA, which makes it that much more likeable. It is a very light shotgun! ...It makes it great for those long walks while hunting. You barely know you are carrying the shotgun. It cycles through the shells like a champ. You can blast the three rounds very easily. The gun is very balanced and you will not feel much recoil because of that. The simple sight on this gun also makes it better for me. So if you are a person who likes a one beaded sight on their gun, this is the gun for you. The Beretta A300 was made for a hunter who does not want to spend their whole hunting budget on one gun. It is practical and affordable; it was designed for the smart hunters of the World. more

    September 20, 2016
    IAFarmer33
  • 80

    Great Gun
    This is a great gun; especially for the money. You cannot find a semi-auto shotgun of this caliber, for this kind of money. Beretta is made in the USA, which makes it that much more likeable. It is a very light shotgun! ...It makes it great for those long walks while hunting. You barely know you are carrying the shotgun. It cycles through the shells like a champ. You can blast the three rounds very easily. The gun is very balanced and you will not feel much recoil because of that. The simple sight on this gun also makes it better for me. So if you are a person who likes a one beaded sight on their gun, this is the gun for you. The Beretta A300 was made for a hunter who does not want to spend their whole hunting budget on one gun. It is practical and affordable; it was designed for the smart hunters of the World. more

    September 16, 2016
    IAFarmer33
  • 100

    Unbeatable
    Purchased this at BP here in Nashville 2 seasons ago for a back up and gotta say it was worth every penny! Had a couple hiccups first couple boxes through it for break in but flawless ever since! For the price point and ...options you get with it it's a no brainer! Fit is great and if not its adjustable. Finish and quality is better than most in its price range. Just a great gun at a great price! more

    September 14, 2016
    Glenn
  • 100

    Don't let the low price fool you
    I am an old Remington 1100 shooter. I've owned this shotgun for 3 seasons now. It has fired everything I've fed it and has never failed to fire or eject a round. It is relatively lightweight and easy to clean. The A300 c...omes standard with sling mounts which I never thought I'd use but came in very handy this year while hauling all my dove gear out into the field. The A300 Outlander comes standard with a shim set in the stock and between the stock and receiver which lets the user customize the gun for your body size. The shims can also change the drop and cast for left handed shooters like me. There is also shims for the butt pad to adjust for length of pull. This gun also has a reversible safety - which by the way is located in front of the trigger which is a fantastic and very natural location. This year I outshot my hunting partners with their high dollar Browning Citoris, Benelli SBE II. This is a very impressive gun and at this price break you don't have to worry about a ding here and there. All in all this is a great shotgun folks and worthy of a slot in your gun safe. more

    September 7, 2016
    A300shooter
  • 100

    Love It!
    I purchased the A300 about 6 weeks ago for sporting clay and it is a deram. It eats everything i feed it and the fit and swing are spot on. The A300 is just as good if not better then shotguns twice the price. the kick i...s nothing, i went for some pratice with out my gear just a t-shirt and shells. I went through 125 rounds and not even the slights bit of sourness or any pain. It breaks down very easy and cleaning it is like one two three. more

    August 10, 2016
    bigbobthefinger
  • 100

    Great Semi-Auto Shotgun
    I bought this gun for my son about 18 months ago for Skeet/Trap shooting with his high school team. He has shot approximately 6,000 rounds thru it to date with zero FTF or FTE. He shoots Winchester 7-1/2 and 8's for Trap... and Fiocchi #9 for Skeet and this gun digest it all with no problems. Even the lighter 1 oz. loads cycle well in this gun. He breaks it down completely and cleans it after every 250 - 300 rounds shot (with general field cleaning in between). It shoulders and points very well and does not punish your shoulder after a full day of competition. more

    May 12, 2016
    Rosco63
  • 100

    Still figurg it out
    I just picked this up , A300 Outlander in wood 12GA. The guys in Hamburg said the Truglo Gobble Stopper scope would fit on this gun.

    April 6, 2016
    1776Flintlock1776
  • 100

    Love the gun
    I have had this shotgun a little over a year. I shoot trap with it 2-3 times a week and have shot well over 4000 rounds through it and have not had any problems. Shoots well, low recoil, I highly recommend this gun.

    April 2, 2016
    ncman424
  • 100

    Pretty much amazing
    Hunted two seasons with it so far and don't plan on changing anytime soon. Not a single problem. Cycles everything. I mostly hunt ducks and rabbits. My dog has trampled it and drooled all over it and its no worse for wea...r. For what you get its a great deal. more

    January 18, 2016
    djoeb
  • 100

    Great right out of the box
    I purchased the gun last year (2014) It had been a few years since I had gone skeet shooting and wanted to get back into it. The gun feels and handles well. It comes with 3 chokes which are easy to change out. I am one o...f those opeople that strips the gun down when I am done to clean and have to say it is a breeze. The only issue I ran into was (my fault) I purchased a case of shells that clearly said "Skeet", they did however have a lower amount of powder then recommended. The gun let me know this would not due and I quickly fixed that! (She didn't kick out the shell) Beyond that...she has been a dream. My wife who is a little lady can handle the gun with ease.If you are looking for move up to a "mid" level gun without spending thousands you can go wrong with the Beretta.One last thing...being made in the USA is a nice added bonus! more

    November 21, 2015
    Angelo5025
  • 100

    A300
    I bought the A300 in Max 5 camo several months ago. I shoot trap with it averaging about 100 rounds per week so i'd guess I have put between 1000-1500 rounds through it and had no problems. I've used Herters, Fiocchi, Wi...nchester, federal, and a couple of other brands, never a fail to fire or fail to eject. The Max5 camo came with extra shims to lengthen the stock, which i used all of (i'm 6'1). Love this gun, light weight and low recoil can shoot it all day. Buy one you won't regret it. more

    November 21, 2015
    marshallw
  • 100

    Great auto-loader for the price
    Beretta has always made great stuff, with no exception being this shotgun. It comes with the three most frequently used chokes, I didn't need to buy more.

    November 9, 2015
    MtnFisher
  • 100

    What a gun!
    This is my first semiautomatic I've owned and wow am I impressed. I mainly use it for waterfowl hunting so this gun takes an absolute beating. It has fallen into the mud many a times, taken on water, used in the dead of ...winter and dropped a few times. After all that she still cycles like a dream and I have NEVER had it jam in field when it matters most. It handles recoil great on those heavy loads and shoulders with ease. Considering its price point the A300 is arguably one of the best semiautomatics on the market. more

    October 28, 2015
    easybreezy
  • 100

    Great shotgun
    Bought this shotgun for dove season this year. Took it out to practice on skeet the week before and it performed flawlessly. I was very pleased that it performed well with the light target loads especially since my buddy...'s new Remington 11-87 was choking on the target loads! He got frustrated and had to go oil up his gun and get some heavier loads before it starting ejecting shells. Not my Beretta, it worked like a champ! Now if I could get the dove to fly a little closer to the ground... more

    September 17, 2015
    HuntingMachine
  • 100

    Great Value
    This is my first semi Auto shot gun. I shoot sport clays and 5 stand so I pulled out the plug. The only time I have cleaned this gun was right after the purchase to clean out the Cosmoline. I have gone through 3000+ roun...ds without a single issue. I didn't mean to go so long without a cleaning but I kinda lost track of time. I highly recommend this gun to anyone on a bit of a budget. It does have more recoil than a more expensive gun but I only shoot 2-3/4 inch 1-1/8th oz. so its not bad. more

    September 8, 2015
    DarrellSimpson
  • 100

    Follow up from initial purchase in April 2015
    We shoot the heck out of this gun with no problems at all. Since purchasing it in April we have shot probably 2,000 - 3,000 rounds through it and the gun works flawlessly. It gets black inside and I do a simple clean abo...ut every 200 rounds or so. I haven't taken it completely apart yet but it will need it soon. I make sure all the gas vent holes are clear and put a drop or two of oil on the action. Shoots flat and swings quick so I'm picking up the birds faster. Mostly use IC choke for 5 stand and sporting clays. Put the modified in for trap. Adjustable stock length of pull make it great for a beginner. We are happy with our purchase and would recommend it to anyone. Now go shoot some birds! more

    August 27, 2015
    Brice65
  • 100

    EXCELLENT SHOTGUN
    After an extended amount of research I decided to buy the Beretta A300 Outlander for my first shotgun purchase ever. Right of the box it was easy to assemble with its 3 main parts and everything fit just right. 2 days la...ter I went to shoot trap at the range and knocked out 13/25, 21/25, and 18/25. Obvious improvement after the first group. Not one misfire or miscue during the entire outing. Highly recommend this shotgun. more

    August 18, 2015
    Runner04
  • 100

    Outstanding Shooter!
    I was comparing between this shotgun, The Beretta A300 Outlander and the Stoeger M3000. I bought this one due to Beretta's longstanding reputation and because this gun is both made in the USA and uses the proven Beretta ...300 series gas system. I took it out for the first time yesterday to shoot skeet and was not disappointed. I thoroughly cleaned and lightly oiled the gun as directed in the manual prior to taking the gun to the field. The gun functioned flawlessly with 1-1/8" OZ. target/field loads, all handloaded. I purchased this gun for target shooting, dove, and duck hunting. The fit, finish, and function of this gun I couldn't be happier with. It functions just as well as shotguns costing twice as much. I have shot them all and I would purchase this one again today if something happened to mine. more

    August 3, 2015
    TylerOutdoorsman
  • 100

    Great semi auto for the money
    I stripped and cleaned this gun per the beretta you tube video as soon as I got it. I then shot 7/8 oz load shells for the first few boxes. Since then I haven't touched it and have shot hundreds of rounds of 1 1/8 oz tra...p loads without any issues. I love this gun and am glad I chose it. Shoots smooth and straight! more

    July 21, 2015
    tisch006
  • 100

    Excellent 12 Gauge Autoloader
    I write my review after 8 months of dove, pheasant, and grouse hunting as well as clays shooting. Look no further for a workhorse autoloader. Excellent trigger. No failures. Swings well. Other clays shooters love it as w...ell. The camo finish is excellent and durable. This was purchased as a backup for another Beretta autoloader which was discontinued. It is now my primary shotgun.The Remingtons and Benellis sit in the safe while this gun gets the work. The adjustable length of pull and included shim kit is a plus. I am 6 feet tall and no adjustment was needed. more

    May 24, 2015
    ColoradoElkboy
  • 80

    Great all purpose shotgun, needs break-in though
    Purchased this shotgun as I was looking to replace a poorly functioning 1187. I didn't need 3.5 inch so I got the Outlander instead of the Extrema, however the Extrema seems much more solidly built. This works great for ...me though. Using a Carlson Long Beard Ported Turkey choke and matching Winchester Long Beard loads and it patterns like a champ at 50 yards. I read in some reviews that these guns need to be broke in but didn't see anything in the literature when I bought it. Turns out it does. Tried shooting 1 ounce loads for sporting clays and I just about wrapped the gun around a tree. Next round I went up to 1 1/8 ounce and it worked beautifully. I'd run 2-4 boxes of 1 1/8 or bigger through it before I dropped down lower or you might be upset about your purchase. So far so good, I wouldn't be afraid to make this purchase again. Nice handling, clean shooting, carries well in the woods, just make sure you break it in and not go dove hunting out of the box with 7/8 or 1 ounce loads. more

    April 30, 2015
    ChootEmInDaFace
  • 100

    Great semi auto for the money
    Yes I have the max4 camo version. This gun shoots great. It is very light shoulders good and. You can just lop cam and cast. It does pack a punch with heavy magnum turkey loads but still manageable. I have a primos jelly...head turkey choke tube. And every turkey loAd I have shot. Through it has a dead on great pattern at 50 yards I'd say you cAn go further but 50 is plenty so far I have shot long beard xr 5 shot, federal turkey thugs magnum 6 shot and even hornady magnum turkey load 5 shot even though hornady doesn't recommend turkey chokes due to the flight control wad they use they recommend ic or mod choke tubes but all of these rounds have shot great with my jelly head choke tube. I can't tell any diffrence really between the rounds so I think beretta made a great barrel on these guns. So go shoulder one or try one out you won't be disappointed! more

    April 13, 2015
    Lasor1
  • 80

    Beretta Outlander Synthetic
    Purchased this gun 2 months ago primarily for shooting 5 stand and sporting clays and for the adjustable stock. Needed the 13" pull for my woman to shoot. I've shot 4-5 cases through it with no problem. Sheila has s...hot about 3-4 rounds and shoots left handed and it performs well for her. She has gone from 3 to 7 in a couple weeks. Once she gets comfortable shooting regularly I will get her a lessson. The gun seems very dependable and we like it so far. It will make a good all round gun for shooting clays and hunting. We would recommend it. more

    April 4, 2015
    Brice65
  • 100

    excellent gun
    Great gun and great value. My salesman (Kyle) was very knowledgeable and helpful.

    March 29, 2015
    hogwaller70
  • 100

    Great Upgrade from a Pump Shotgun
    I decided I needed an upgrade from my Remington 870, so I started looking at different shotguns in this price range and after A LOT of research, I picked this gun. I loved the way it shouldered in the store. I've put abo...ut 100 rounds through it so far, with no misfires! it's a lot of fun to shoot and I can't wait to have the auto-loader during hunting season. Only complained I have is I wish the bead was replaced by a fiber optic. I bought the Max4 version and so far it has held up great! more

    February 1, 2015
    Natemee
  • 100

    A300 has been excellent
    Hi all, I did a lot of research for my first autoloader, duck gun. Was looking at used 11-87s and 1100s and finally steered towards the A300. I followed the break in instructions, disassembled, cleaned, and light lube. T...hen pumped some heavy 1 1/8 oz. 3" shells through, about fifty and then just threw anything at the bottom of my ammo box through....never a FTF or any type of malfunction. more

    January 28, 2015
    bwj75
  • 80

    Great First Semi Auto Shotgun
    This was my first semi-auto shotgun. I got it in Max-4 out of concerns about the finish on the standard one.

    January 18, 2015
    FrustratedMonk
  • 100

    Great bang for your buck
    Bought 2 of the shotguns while on sale. My wife and I have put them through the test in the marsh on many occasions without a problem. Really liked the adjustable stock. Great semi loader for half the price of the compar...able brands. Would buy them again in a heart beat. more

    January 17, 2015
    Stalker10
  • 100

    SOLID GUN
    I have owned this gun for about 6 months, enough for this duck, quail, and pheasant season it held up through ice and trees and is easy to maintain. It is one of the best guns I have ever shot.

    January 23, 2015
    duckslayer44
  • 100

    Awesome Gun
    I've owned this gun for 3 hunting seasons now and it has yet to have an issue. Ducks, geese, pheasant, clays whatever I decide to go for this gun provides everything I need and more. You absolutely can not beat this gun ...for the price! more

    January 8, 2015
    WaterfowlCrusher
  • 100

    Pheasant South Dakota 2014
    This shotgun worked like a champ!!! I bought it last year after returning from North Dakota on a pheasant. I was a little upset with a few things and had been wanting a Beretta for a while and decided to go ahead and get... one. As I said above it worked like no other semi-auto shotgun I have ever shot and since it is a gas operated gun very little kick and through in the Kent fast lead number 4s it was nothing but a winning combination!!! more

    November 23, 2014
    BoykinSpaniel
  • 100

    Excellent Value
    I recently purchased the black synthetic A300. This isn't the Beretta you buy for its looks. It is, after all, their value priced semi-auto. However, performance is on par with any Beretta I've had experience with so far.... I took it to the local range today for some wobble trap to put the first 100 shells through it after an initial cleaning. Disassembly and cleaning is you typical semi-auto endeavor. more

    November 21, 2014
    DDuck
  • 100

    Great Gun
    I shoot with a bunch of guys who measure their manhood by how expensive their gun is. I out shoot all of them with this fine firearm. I've put about 500 rounds of cheap shells at the skeet range through it and have not h...ad a cycling problem one. Can't wait to be in the blind this weekend and show them what my 'cheap' gun can do compared to their A400's and SBEII's. I love this gun. more

    November 4, 2014
    TroutBandit
  • 100

    a300 outlander GREAT GUN!
    I just started hunting a year ago and had a Mossberg sa-20. What a headache it was. I bought this gun a couple weeks ago and have already put hundreds of rounds through it. Works flawlessly with cheap rounds too! Cleans ...easy and has little to no recoil. The only thing I did to improve it was get a magnetic glo sight. For the money this gun can't be beat!!!!! more

    November 5, 2014
    2catch1
  • 100

    Great gun
    Recently started hunting and trap/sporting clays and this was a great purchase. I put about 1,200 lead rounds trap shooting and about 250 steel rounds hunting. Not one issue. I have shot browning o/u's and some pumps but... I am glad I made this purchase over the rem 11-87 I was considering. more

    September 13, 2014
    Mike21B
  • 100

    Best Semi auto for the price
    The A300 is a great entry level shotgun. It is super easy to assemble and dissemble. I took it apart a couple times to clean and have put about 150 lead shots and 150 odd steel shots through it without any issues.

    August 27, 2014
    rohit
  • 100

    Love this gun
    Very impressed with this shotgun. Has done well for me on the sporting clays range, duck hunting, and on pheasants. Very well made, and cycles everything well. Definitely shows the Beretta quality.

    July 23, 2014
    DairyLandDeerHunter
  • 100

    Solid Auto Loader!
    The Beretta A300 Semi-Auto 12G shoulders Great right out of the box. Swing is very natural and the balance makes it seem lighter than it is. I went to our local clay range (hadn't shot in 25 years), put 125 rounds throug...h it and was well pleased that at my young age of 60, I was easily able to handle the recoil (hitting all the birds is another matter that a lot more practice should help)! I went to clean the unit and discovered it had stayed very clean through all 5 boxes. It is an easy take downreassembly and functioned flawlessly with my 1 oz #8 shot target load shells. more

    June 21, 2014
    Theo98
  • 100

    Excellent Gun!
    My only previous experience with Beretta autos is the 391. This A300 is half the price and shoots as nice! After several duck hunts, rounds of sporting clays and a dove hunt, zero issues. My sporting clay shooting friend...s, who shoot modified 391's, were very impressed with how soft shooting this gun is and were more than surprised when I told them what it cost. My 13 year old son shoots it with no problem, when I remove the 1" spacer behind the shoulder pad. I will be purchasing him his own A300 in the next month or so. more

    February 28, 2014
    Chessie120
  • 100

    Great shotgun value
    So, to be clear, I'm basing this review on today's hunt, my first use of the camo A300. But man, what a great gun. Soft shooting, goes to my shoulder like it's part of me, great trigger. I got ducks today that I know I'd... never have gotten with my Maxus, which I also love. more

    January 13, 2014
    donr52
  • 40

    Gun wont cycle
    I give this gun a two star review for the looks and feel of the gun love how it shoots I only had this gun for about two months and it quite cycling on me I had two geese landing on top of me and the gun didn't cycle the... second shot forcing me to let the second goose go worst feeling in the world I don't recommend this gun!!! more

    December 7, 2013
    Duckslayer44
  • 100

    Best Bang for Your Buck
    I bought this guy right before dove season this year and it was my first semi-auto shotty. I did a lot of homework and it came down between this and the SX3. This gun is cheaper in price by quite a bit and I went with it... in the Camo. I haven't had any jamming or cycling problems so far. I've shot the dove loads and steel shot through it and have had no problems. I am still breaking it in (only about 100 shells through it right now) and it is doing great. I've never seen a gun kick shells out as far as this one does. It has a great action on it and I love it so far. I had the Remmington 870 Supermag Pump before and I honestly did not know what I was missing until I bought the A300. more

    November 23, 2013
    KSHunter05
  • 100

    Great Firearm
    I have Over & Under and Side by Sides and needed a Simi Auto. This seemed to be the best option. I have not be disappointed.The A300 is light, points well and recoil has never been noticeable. I have adjusted my leng...th of pull more than most by purchasing an extra shim through Brownells which lines up everything. Ejection of the spent shells has not been a problem, but I only use high brass 1 1/8 oz. or bigger shells at 1350 fps. or better. I also purchased a extended choke tube from Berretta in S/M which makes this shotgun reach a little further "if" I miss the first shot. more

    November 2, 2013
    Redbearcat
  • 100

    Best Shotgun Ever
    Beretta lives up to their name. The accuracy and power behind this semi-auto is unbelievable. Recoil is very minimal and the action is smooth and easy to load. My novice wife is 5' 4" 125 lbs and she handles this th...ing like a pro. Great for shooting skeet and upland. I definitely look forward to testing it out duck season in a few weeks! Highly recommended. more

    September 13, 2013
    CokeNButter
  • 100

    light and quick
    I took this out to shoot clays and it worked well with no issues. The gun is light and handles good with not much recoil.

    September 4, 2013
    phxsteelerfan
  • 100

    Awesome Gun!
    Let me start by saying this is not the A400. This is for someone who wants an affordable semi automatic that will work everytime! I read reviews on other sites about issues with ejects out of the box. Not my experience a...t all! I've already put approx 500 shells through this gun with zero issues whatsoever! Cheap shells or high quality all size shells have worked perfectly! Definitely reccomend this gun to anyone. more

    August 24, 2013
    WaterfowlCrusher
  • Beretta A300 Outlander - Official overview
    It's an awesome shotgun. The recoil pad has a little spacer it's a synthetic spacer, the stock is adjustable from 12 and 7/8 inches all the way to 14 1/2 inches. It has a nice style, a nice look to it. It is a great reli...able, super good system, it got a sling swivel built in. The gun weighs about 7 pounds. The gun is definitely capable of handling any 12-gauge loads more

    January 4, 2019 | Full review…
    Beretta
  • Beretta A300 OUTLANDER Review
    This is a 12-gauge with a 28 inch barrel. It does comes with one choke. This gun is a right value for money. It's been faultless had no problems. It's a great piece of all rand it pigeon hide and duck shooting.

    January 4, 2019 | Full review…
    TweedsandPheasants
  • Beretta A300 Outlander Review
    There's a three version on it the black synthetic, woodstock model, and a camel realtree max model. The recoil pad is very squishy it got a really nice texture to it and it is removable. The fit to it is very nice, very ...flushed. The wood is beautiful for a gun it's very dark American walnut, it got a nice Tiger stripping, very nice figure, very impressive wood for a gun. It has a nice laser-cut checkering on both side. The whole receiver is coated in a finish that's supposed to prevent from scratching. more

    January 4, 2019 | Full review…
    Firearm Max
  • Beretta A300 12GA 3" 28 MC3 SYN
    This is my first purchase from Buds, first semi auto shotgun and I’m very impressed. Not a single blemish anywhere on the gun. I read some mixed reviews about “breaking in” this shotgun so the first weekend after I... bought it I took it out and put 200 rounds of regular target/clay shells through it and didn’t have a single issue. No high brass shells or anything special. The gun cycled perfectly. I would highly recommend this shotgun for anyone’s first semi auto. You won’t be disappointed. The price is also budget friendly in my opinion. The only thing I wish I would have done differently is buy the wood grain. more

    January 4, 2019 | Full review…
    Anthony C
  • Beretta A300 Outlander Shotgun Review
    the A300’s simplistic design is how lightweight and ergonomic it is. These characteristics are felt throughout the gun, with its lightweight aluminum-alloy receiver for example. Its sleek build and low profile enable q...uicker target acquisition and easy swinging. However, just because Beretta cut corners with the A300’s weight, doesn’t mean they did so with its durability. In fact, these shotguns are impeccably resilient and tough. The factory installed synthetic stocks feature an adjustable length of pull (from 13” to 14.5”) and includes an adjustable shim system with drop and cast spacers. Furthermore, this shotgun has a reversible crossbolt safety, so lefties are welcome. Included with every Outlander are sling attachments, two stock spacers, and Mobil Choke system with three choke tubes (full, modified, and improved cylinder). more

    January 4, 2019 | Full review…
    SAM M
  • 100

    Very reliable
    So I wanted a gun that I could use left handed. I’ve shot shot right handed guns my whole life and would always miss out on shots because I left my safety on. The cross bolt safety has saved the day. I started off ...shooting clays with this gun. It’s one of the most reliable guns on the market for the price. It’s soft shooting and swings like a dream. I can’t say enough good things about this gun. I’ve shot doves, squirrels, crows, turkey with this gun. Can’t wait to take it into the timber this fall. The only thing I would critique this gun on is that you need to shoot hot loads through it while breaking it in (I do this with all my guns) All I did was shoot some high brass through it a few times and those light loads were fine afterwards. It’s very durable! I’ve dropped this gun and it shot just fine. That steel receiver holds up great! Great starter gun for anyone. It fits almost anyone since it comes with spacers on the stock. If you want a great gun for the price definitely go with this. more

    June 11, 2018
    Outdoorsman 101
  • 100

    Great Duck Gun
    Been researching and comparing several camo semi auto and finally decided on the A300 Outlander. For the money, you cannot beat it. I did add a fluorescent orange front sight. Can't wait for duck season to start.

    October 16, 2016
    tomA1
  • 100

    Amazing shotgun
    I got this gun a week ago and have shot about 6 boxes of shells throw it and I can not stress enough of how wonderful this gun is I had a Remington 870 before this one . I had the 870 for 7 years and wanted a new one aft...er weeks of research I ended up buying the a300 outlander and I will never look at another gun the same only bad is it doesn't come with a sticker but if you're looking for a great waterfowl gun this is it and a really good price . more

    September 20, 2016
    Duckhunter20
  • 100

    Awesome
    I have shot sporting clays for several years, using a Mossberg 500 and an OLD Remington Model 11. I have since purchased an A300 & love it. No malfunctions, easy to clean/maintain, fairly light and has improved my ac...curacy. more

    May 14, 2016
    bamf6
  • 100

    Reliable made in USA autoloader
    Bought my A300 last year - have about 500 rds through it now - never fails - no cycling issues and tears up targets (feathered or clay. Awesome gun from a well known and reputable maker

    December 28, 2015
    OldeTSgt
  • 100

    This gun cycles like a Beretta is supposed to. It points great and fits me perfectly. I was surprised to find a modified choke in the barrel and an improved and full cylinder chok in the box also. This ought to do me jus...t fine. more

    August 9, 2018
    Dave
  • 100

    This gun was ready to shoot right out of the box! It didn't have a bunch of packing grease like you normally see, rather it was oiled properly and ready to go. The fit and finish is great, and the Max5 camo pattern is ve...ry nice! The gun fit me perfectly with the factory installed large butt pad spacer. Three choke tubes were included - the installed modified choke and in a bag was a IC and F choke along with a choke tube wrench. The wrench is made of plastic so one might choose to get a metal variety, which I already had on hand. I shot 130 rounds through this gun on the day I got it. My first shot was to test point of impact compared to point of aim. I was happy to find that it was spot on. I used five different loads. I shot 100 of the Winchester 2.75" 7.5 shot Universal Field and Target loads. In the first 5 rounds of this ammo it failed to eject twice. After that it cycled all the remaining rounds just fine. The other rounds I shot through it were Federal HI BIRD, Federal HI Brass, Federal Field and Target Steel #7, and Federal 7.5 target loads. Everything shot just fine with no cycling problems. Ejected cases landed at various distances, the furthest was about 8 feet for the HI BIRD, and the closest was about 3 feet for the Winchester Universal. The target loads were very soft shooting, and the High Brass loads had more felt recoil but the gun handled it easily and was very comfortable to shoot, not harsh at all. I didn't have any 3" loads to test but I imagine they would shoot just fine. I field stripped the gun right after the 130 rounds and found that it was not very dirty. There was a light carbon build-up in the receiver area and on the gas piston and cylinder. All it took to clean it was a dry t-shirt, no solvent was needed. This gun was very easy to field strip and reassemble. If you are in the market for a nice semi-auto shotgun, the A300 Outlander is definitely a solid choice! more

    September 30, 2017
    Bob O
  • 100

    This gun was ready to shoot right out of the box! It didn't have a bunch of packing grease like you normally see, rather it was oiled properly and ready to go. The fit and finish is great, and the Max5 camo pattern is ve...ry nice! The gun fit me perfectly with the factory installed large butt pad spacer. Three choke tubes were included - the installed modified choke and in a bag was a IC and F choke along with a choke tube wrench. The wrench is made of plastic so one might choose to get a metal variety, which I already had on hand. I shot 130 rounds through this gun on the day I got it. My first shot was to test point of impact compared to point of aim. I was happy to find that it was spot on. I used five different loads. I shot 100 of the Winchester 2.75" 7.5 shot Universal Field and Target loads. In the first 5 rounds of this ammo it failed to eject twice. After that it cycled all the remaining rounds just fine. The other rounds I shot through it were Federal HI BIRD, Federal HI Brass, Federal Field and Target Steel #7, and Federal 7.5 target loads. Everything shot just fine with no cycling problems. Ejected cases landed at various distances, the furthest was about 8 feet for the HI BIRD, and the closest was about 3 feet for the Winchester Universal. The target loads were very soft shooting, and the High Brass loads had more felt recoil but the gun handled it easily and was very comfortable to shoot, not harsh at all. I didn't have any 3" loads to test but I imagine they would shoot just fine. I field stripped the gun right after the 130 rounds and found that it was not very dirty. There was a light carbon build-up in the receiver area and on the gas piston and cylinder. All it took to clean it was a dry t-shirt, no solvent was needed. This gun was very easy to field strip and reassemble. If you are in the market for a nice semi-auto shotgun, the A300 Outlander is definitely a solid choice! more

    October 4, 2017
    Bob O
  • 80

    This gun looks to fit my shoulder excellent and even though I am left shouldered the gun will shoot well!!!!!
    I am looking for the gun described. The fit looks good(left shoulder) and the gun looks good to swing on the birds!I am excited that the gun will work on the birds!

    July 16, 2016
    Robert