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be·ret·ta

 (bə-rĕt′ə)
n.
Variant of biretta.

beretta

(bɪˈrɛtə)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) a variant spelling of biretta
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One of the most reliable and well-distributed handguns of the previous century is the Beretta Model 92.
The Beretta 9000S self-loading pistol is "the most criminally used firearm in Britain".
One of the worst-kept secrets in the firearms world in the past few years has been the Beretta APX.
Though initially sold in black, Beretta will offer other-colored grip modules for around $50 each.
Beretta doesn't categorize the three guns in the same manner, but their prices accomplish the same thing.
The Beretta A400 Xcel is a low-recoiling, clay-busting semi-auto designed for competition.
Q I have a chance to pick up a used Beretta 92 FS for a darn good price.
The Pietro Beretta Company has been owned by the same family since the 16th century and has been a leading light of the firearms industry for half a millennium.
Beretta has all but dropped out of the American police pistol market after being one of the more popular LE pistols.
The ensemble, the result of a five years long venture with the greatest Japanese Sword Masters alive today, includes a Beretta SO6EELL shotgun engraved by grand master Izumi Koshiro and a museum-quality Tanto dagger realized by five highly-specialized Japanese masters.
Contractor name : FABBRICA D~ARMI PIETRO BERETTA SPA