Beretta 692 Sporting

(64 customer reviews)

$2,699.00

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

The Beretta 692 Sporting Over/Under Shotgun was specifically crafted , design and built for sporting clays competition and other shooting sports. It uses a slightly wider receiver than the Beretta 680 series to enhance intuitive shouldering, balance, and quick target acquisition by placing more weight between the shooter’s hands.Grab the best Beretta Hunting and Skeet Shooting Shotguns and More  Other Shotguns  pistols for great prices here at GUN HUSTLE online store . buy 692 Sporting online,order 692 Sporting online,order online 692 Sporting

PRODUCT DETAILS:

  • MANUFACTURER: BERETTA FIREARMS
  • CONDITION: Fairly New
  • MODEL:  692 Sporting
  • GAUGE: 12
  • CAPACITY: 2
  • BARREL LENGTH: 30 inches
  • WEIGHT : 7.8 lbs.
  • LENGTH: inches
  • CHAMBER: 3inches
  • CHOKE:
  • ACTION: Over and Under
  • WARANTY: Life Time

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64 reviews for Beretta 692 Sporting

  1. Russell Eugene (verified owner)

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the ejectors were designed to be “turned off” for the American market. Reloading is a way of life in America for those who shoot a lot and are looking for ways to reduce costs. It’s easier to simply remove the empties from the chamber. I’ve witnessed more than one shooter remove ejector springs for the same reason. Thanks gun hustle it came yesterday much earlier.

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  2. Albert Wayne (verified owner)

    Thanks gun hustle i have my beretta 692 sporting . I shoot Olympic Trap and am undecided between the 692 and the 725 Pro Trap. Your suggestions hugely valued.

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  3. Louis Bobby (verified owner)

    I don’t know about you but Beretta in my mind has really rely much on my decision to own own . Some of the Beretta firearms particularly over under shotguns are very good and handle actions are very gritty… they have been a letdown.thanks gun hustle i have it right here with me .

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  4. Vincent Willie (verified owner)

    i miss an evaluation of the guns value compared to other and info about the things i read in different forums problems with ejectors etc l i save my money and wait until i can buy a DT11….for the money i pay for my beretta 692 sporting i order for 2 686 i and my wife ….in other words – is this potentially a gun for life or a gun that will be bad after the first 10-15k shots – meaning problems that i will meet after warrenty has ended…anyway thanks gun hustle .

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  5. Juan Bruce (verified owner)

    My nearly new 692 doubled on me several times. Back to repaint station. Now it is doubling again . Not happy! I think Beretta should replace the gun.

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  6. Logan Billy (verified owner)

    Looking at a 692 fabarms rs12 QRR or CG summit impact is just the best amongst the beretta . i recommend it for myself and is right here with me im so happy thanks gun hustle .

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  7. Albert Gabriel (verified owner)

    Reminds me of the old 692. I owned a couple of them back in the 90’s now i have a brand new and it came through yesterday.
    Would like a S2000 20 gauge. Thanks gun hustle

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  8. Sean Harold (verified owner)

    I have just bought one of these and I used it for the first time on Sunday. I absolutely love it! Thanks gun hustle.

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  9. Jack Dennis (verified owner)

    Does 692 really broke in half as I see in some forums? They are so “sensitive”?

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  10. Steven Kenneth (verified owner)

    awesome gun . I was interested in the 694 that has a Browning Ultra, I have been shooting with a Browning Ultra XTR for five seasons now but now i think beretta 692 sporting is better totally love it. I shoot DTL here in France and am fairly good. I once had a light trap gun and it just flew all over the place. I didn’t know where the front end was! Anyway I enjoy shooting withis one and good luck with my shooting.thanks gun hustle. .

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  11. George Edward (verified owner)

    Thanks gun hustle for my brand new Beretta 692 sporting i love it . Based on, i expect the sporting 692 to perform as good for ATA and skeet. Any advices about the black version?

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  12. Alexander Justin (verified owner)

    Oh thank you finally it came through, technical and honesty what a change. I am looking forward to buy the black 692 Trap.

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  13. Dennis Patrick (verified owner)

    I would have expected this 692 model to have the raised (stepped) rib, but is difference with this one anyway thanks gun hustle i love it lol.

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  14. Tyler Nathan (verified owner)

    GOOD DAY!
    NEED HELP.
    I WANT TO PURCHASE BERETTA TRAP SHOTGUN MODEL 692

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  15. Thomas William (verified owner)

    Nice looking gun berretta 692 sporting is the best gun to me !
    Thanks gun hustle for everything it came through yesterday and I’m looking forward to buy many more guns in 2020! Cheers

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  16. Christopher Michael (verified owner)

    Thank you very much for another delivery gun hustle ! I must say I am enjoying your services very much and I probably love the sound of the 692 when i shot it thanks a lot .

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  17. Mark Anthony (verified owner)

    I bought beretta 692 sporting with 32 inch barrels and flush fitting chokes, and the balance is fantastic. The adjustable trigger is great as I needed the lop extended and I also sent the stock off to be refinished and an adjustable combe fitted . This hasn’t effected the overall balance and now it fits great! These are great value guns to also consider thanks gun hustle.

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  18. larry Scott (verified owner)

    the felt recoil on a 692 is much less than on 682 Gold E or 686. That was one reason why I bought the 692. And unfortunately even my GF sees it this way and now I need a second 692😂 thanks gun hustle i have it here with me now lol.

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  19. Patricia Kimberly (verified owner)

    686 tried and tested I have a 35 year old 686 onyx its never missed a beat it shoots to point of aim and has put more pheasants on the table and dusted more clays than you can shake a stick at. I run it mod/mod bottom barrel first hundreds of thousands of cartridges later reliable reliable reliable what more can you ask for? I would marry it if it would have me but I don’t think im worthy

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  20. Steven Douglas (verified owner)

    When talking about handling a gun , you grip the 692 with your left hand out on the barrels and the 686 with your left hand on the fore stock some people says the 686 handling better than the 692. Having your left hand placement further ahead will naturally slow the barrel movement of any gun. You have to have consistency in your handling to be credible and if you think the 32 inch barrels are too muzzle heavy then go to 30 inch barrels, problem solved! Thanks gun hustle.

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  21. Jose Kyle (verified owner)

    Thanks gun hustle . You know your shit. I’ve been searching online for this 693 and you just answered all my prayers.

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  22. Harold Christian (verified owner)

    Just what I wanted . thanks gun hustle Well done.

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  23. Sean Carl (verified owner)

    I’m really not a fan of the aluminum parts on the 692. I expect that aluminum is significantly cheaper to machine because it is much softer and because it is softer it will not be as durable.Anyway thanks gun hustle it came in yesterday.

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  24. Russell Vincent (verified owner)

    Hello guys. What shotgun(s) would you guys suggest for practical shotgun? Stoeger M3500/MK3, Bennelli M2 SP/Winchester SXP?

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  25. Bobby Roy (verified owner)

    In terms of durability are the same?

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  26. Dylan Bruce (verified owner)

    I dont knnow why they change the ejectors!!! The old style was better .. the dt11 uses the old style why beretta is change it only in the 692 i cant understand that lol thanks gun hustle it came through .

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  27. Alan Juan (verified owner)

    Perfect allrounder for the single gun owner. Thanks gun hustle

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  28. James Gregory (verified owner)

    thanks gun hustle i Just got myself a brand new beretta 692 sporting in great condition. Can’t wait to shoot it.

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  29. Thomas William (verified owner)

    thanks gun hustle keep up with the good . I shoot mostly field guns (side by sides), so when I bought an o/u, I went with a light and slender model (a Caesar Guerini Magnus 20 bore with 30″ barrels). It fits me as a tall and skinny guy (6′ 2″ and 165 pounds).

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  30. Raymond Alexander (verified owner)

    Thank gun hustle delivery was safe !… need your help though… I just went to the store to look at 694, that I almost had ordered instead 692, but decided to look at it first, and… they also had 692 there… well… 692 feels much better – lighter and smoother over all feel, and most importantly, it looks like they have a different drop? Id go with the newer 694 technology regardless the weight, but, because the drop, it does not fit! 692 goes in like a charm, and I am too high on 694. Is it possible? 694 was 30′ and 692 32″ – could it bring the difference into overall geometry?

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  31. Joe Bruce (verified owner)

    Good review, well done. I was interested in the fact that you had a Browning Ultra, I think you said, before buying this gun. I too have been shooting with a Browning Ultra XTR for five seasons now and totally love it. I shoot DTL here in France and am fairly good. I am now thinking of buying another gun so as to have an option and keep it fresh. Been tempted by a Beretta DT11 but they aren’t cheap so am now thinking of a 692 Trap, not the Black version as they are too light I think. I like a heavier gun to shoot with as you get better swing and control. I once had a light trap gun and it just flew all over the place. I didn’t know where the front end was! Anyway I enjoyed your video and good luck with your shooting. I have a couple of films on here if you want to check my little channel.

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  32. Billy Jordan (verified owner)

    Thanks gun hustle it came in today. Based on, i expect the sporting 692 to perform as good for ATA and skeet. Any advices about the black version?

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  33. Nathan Henry (verified owner)

    Oh thank gun hustle it finally came through, technical and honesty what a change. I am looking at trading my Blaser and Miroku for the black 692 Trap.

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  34. Peter Walter (verified owner)

    GOOD DAY!
    NEED HELP.
    I WANT TO PURCHASE BERETTA TRAP SHOTGUN MODEL 692.

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  35. Maverick Lincoln (verified owner)

    What I would like to know is how is this gun really any different from the DT11? Is it that this is a different platform? Does this gun shoot less clays? I’m confuse than a racer playing tennis. Please tell me. I would like to know honestly .

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  36. Lorenzo Zion (verified owner)

    Beautiful and perfect, number one of professional shooters thanks but, in Brazil, is a lot expensive! Cuesta só 75 mil reais no Brazil! thanks gun hustle .

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  37. Archer Xander (verified owner)

    686 tried and tested I have a 35 year old 686 onyx its never missed a beat it shoots to point of aim and has put more pheasants on the table and dusted more clays than you can shake a stick at. I run it mod/mod bottom barrel first hundreds of thousands of cartridges later reliable reliable reliable what more can you ask for? I would marry it if it would have me but I don’t think im worthy

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  38. Barrett Miguel (verified owner)

    Thanks gun hustle for my brand new Beretta 692 sporting i love it . Based on, i expect the sporting 692 to perform as good for ATA and skeet.

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  39. King Eduardo (verified owner)

    Looking at a 692 fabarms rs12 QRR or CG summit impact is just the best amongst the beretta . i recommend it for myself and is right here with me im so happy thanks gun hustle .

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  40. Ezequiel Anderson (verified owner)

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the ejectors were designed to be “turned off” for the American market. Reloading is a way of life in America for those who shoot a lot and are looking for ways to reduce costs. It’s easier to simply remove the empties from the chamber. I’ve witnessed more than one shooter remove ejector springs for the same reason. Thanks gun hustle it came yesterday much earlier.

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  41. Iker Dominick (verified owner)

    Just got mine today! WOW what a good looking gun! Hopefully she shoots as good as she looks.

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  42. Cassius Gregory (verified owner)

    Just bought a new 692 , mine has non adjustable ejectors. I know some people have had problems with ejectors breaking so maybe they are getting rid of the adjustable design or maybe just saving money.

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  43. Hezekiah Boone (verified owner)

    I need a bit of advice, I have a Beretta A400 Light and a 690 black edition, I shoot about 50/50 Game and clays thought the year, the game i would be shooting would be mostly driven Snipe and Woodcock which i use my A400 for. I was in my local gun store yesterday and i was offered a deal for a new 692 silver action. I could trade in both my 690 and A400 for a straight swap on a new 692. I’m very temped as i love the 692. my question is would it be suitable as an all in one gun rather than having 2? I don’t do a hugh amount of shooting in general so 1 gun may make more sense, i’m just worried about its weight and if it would look out of place in a rough shoot.

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  44. Maximilian Emmitt (verified owner)

    Is there any difference between the 692 black edition and the standard 692? aside from the obvious colour difference & carbon fibre rib?

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  45. Armando Danny (verified owner)

    I like the 692 very much. I do dtl here in France and would soon be looking to buy a second gun, not sure whether to go for the 692 or the Fabarm rs trap. It would be for secondary use and as a spare for my mate who comes over now and again. Any chance of cleaning your hands and nails .

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  46. Abdiel Raylan (verified owner)

    Fingernails could do with attention before you make it. However love this gun , had mine for 3 years now not the black version. Even after 3 years the break action is still quite stiff

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  47. Darius Arturo (verified owner)

    So if I understood correctly, compared to regular 692 the 692 black edition only offers nicer looks and a carbon fiber top rib which i presume reduces the weight a bit? As I’m looking for a competition trap gun the reduced weight actually is a bad thing for me personally. Hence my question is: is there any reason what so ever for me to pay the extra 700euros for the black edition gun vs regular Beretta 692 trap gun, as I’m not very interested in how the gun looks, rather how it performs? Do they handle the same I mean?

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  48. Harlan Cayson (verified owner)

    I bought one last year pre-owned. It’s a lovely looking gun but…… The ejectors failed almost immediately and this seems to be an issue in 692s with the little rocker switch that lets you deactivate the ejectors. Shooting a plain Jane vanilla 686 e Evo now and very taken with it. Might be persuaded to start saving the pennies again if a black 694 was released. 👍

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  49. Anakin Arturo (verified owner)

    I have the standard 692 with adjustable stock. Never missed a beat – for reliability, just change the ejector o-rings every few months which only takes 2 min when you have the ejectors out for cleaning anyway.
    These o-rings cost absolutely nothing as long as you don’t buy “genuine” spares (measurement is 3.6mm ID x 1mm). I bough a pack of 50 for under £5 delivered and these will last longer then I will! Thanks gun gun hustle .

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  50. Musa Hugh (verified owner)

    I wouldn’t be surprised if the ejectors were designed to be “turned off” for the American market. Reloading is a way of life in America for those who shoot a lot and are looking for ways to reduce costs. It’s easier to simply remove the empties from the chamber. I’ve witnessed more than one shooter remove ejector springs for the same reason. Thanks gun hustle it came yesterday much earlier.

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  51. Douglas Titan (verified owner)

    thanks gun hustle it finaly came through this morning , I’m really big fan of Beretta 692 sporting . Thank you for the great delivery.
    I have one question about 692 black, does the colour rub off on the receiver and barrels ?

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  52. Darren Castiel (verified owner)

    Just came in today! WOW what a good looking gun! Hopefully she shoots as good as she looks.thanks gun hustle

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  53. Ira Brodie (verified owner)

    Beautiful gun,thanks gun hustle it came in yesterday nice well put together , Best wishes gun hustle.

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  54. Henrik Deandre (verified owner)

    I now have my Beretta 692 today and even though I have not been a Beretta fanboy like Johnny ( I do own multiple copies of each version except 1) I think that this 692 has converted me. I do watch all content. The only version that I don’t own is a 686 Silver Pigeon 3 field and now there are non available in the USA. I encourage everyone globally to fight for gun rights freedom and freedom in general! In the USA the 2nd amendment guarantees the first. Peace!

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  55. Alfonso Rocky (verified owner)

    I picked up my 692 sporter today and I love it, i took it to the field and this gun is great thanks gun hustle.

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  56. Reuben Jacoby (verified owner)

    I have finally come around to my Beretta 692 Sporting, but I would never buy it again either. Where the Italian guns feel way more refined, classy, and feel smoother to me. They seem to swing and handle better too. Now I want to pick up a 694!!!
    Oh,thanks gun hustle

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  57. Matthew Gabriel (verified owner)

    Thank gun hustle delivery was safe !… need your help though… I just went to the store to look at 694, that I almost had ordered instead 692, but decided to look at it first, and… they also had 692 there… well… 692 feels much better – lighter and smoother over all feel, and most importantly, it looks like they have a different drop? Id go with the newer 694 technology regardless the weight, but, because the drop, it does not fit! 692 goes in like a charm, and I am too high on 694. Is it possible? 694 was 30′ and 692 32″ – could it bring the difference into overall geometry?

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  58. Jake Nikolai (verified owner)

    thanks gun hustle it finaly came through this morning , I’m really big fan of Beretta 692 sporting . Thank you for the great delivery.
    I have one question about 692 black, does the colour rub off on the receiver and barrels ?

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  59. Billy jones (verified owner)

    my new 692 came today. I know some people have had problems with ejectors breaking so maybe they are getting rid of the adjustable design or maybe just saving money.thanks

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  60. Joe Dylan (verified owner)

    I like the 692 very much. Im in France and would soon be looking to buy a second gun, not sure whether to go for the 694 or the Fabarm rs trap. It would be for secondary use and as a spare for my mate who comes over now and again.thanks gun hustle .

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  61. Bryan Harold (verified owner)

    I need a bit of advice, I have a Beretta A400 Light and a 690 black edition, I shoot about 50/50 Game and clays thought the year, the game i would be shooting would be mostly driven Snipe and Woodcock which i use my A400 for. I was in my local gun store yesterday and i was offered a deal for a new 692 silver action. I could trade in both my 690 and A400 for a straight swap on a new 692. I’m very temped as i love the 692. my question is would it be suitable as an all in one gun rather than having 2? I don’t do a hugh amount of shooting in general so 1 gun may make more sense, i’m just worried about its weight and if it would look out of place in a rough shoot.

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  62. Dennis Aaron (verified owner)

    So if I understood correctly, compared to regular 692 the 692 black edition only offers nicer looks and a carbon fiber top rib which i presume reduces the weight a bit? As I’m looking for a competition trap gun the reduced weight actually is a bad thing for me personally. Hence my question is: is there any reason what so ever for me to pay the extra 700euros for the black edition gun vs regular Beretta 692 trap gun, as I’m not very interested in how the gun looks, rather how it performs? Do they handle the same I mean?

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  63. Carl Lawrence (verified owner)

    Just came in today! WOW what a good looking gun! Hopefully she shoots as good as she looks.thanks gun hustle

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  64. Austin Arthur (verified owner)

    I love my beretta 692 sporting and am in the market for a new sporter. How would you compare this to a Browning pro sport and what way would you go as a fellow browning / Miroku fan?thanks much love from gun hustle .

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Good quality.The product is firmly packed.Good service.Very well worth the money.Very fast delivery.