Beretta 690 Field III vs Browning Maxus Hunter
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Beretta 690 Field III
The Beretta 690 Field III is prettier than the average Beretta with higher grade walnut featuring some lovely figuring and a pleasant – if a little light – oil finish. The grain on our test gun was very straight through the hand and into the action body, promising plenty of strength. The fore-end is nicely rounded and as you would expect on a new gun, the chequering is well executed, if a little coarse. There is plenty of wood left on the gun, however, with quite a visible step from the stock down on to the action body. <div class="rh-tabletext-block-heading"></div>
Browning Maxus Hunter
MAXIMUM RELIABILITY. MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE. Real-world reliability is the most important feature any manufacturer can build into a firearm. Thats why it was the first priority when we set about developing the Browning Maxus. The Power Drive Gas System is designed to perform under harsh hunting and shooting conditions with a wide array of loads. But reliability isnt the whole story. The Maxus delivers 18% less felt recoil for greater comfort, 44% less muzzle jump for more accurate follow-up shots, 19% faster bolt speed and 24% faster locktime than the nearest competitor. Unequalled reliability and features, all found in the finest, most reliable gas-operated autoloader ever to swing on a bird.