BHA Podcast & Blast, Ep.54: Beretta’s Cory Mays and Dakotah Richardson


When you are shooting a classic Beretta over and under shotgun at the trap range or in the field, you are handling a finely made weapon built by the same company that made the arquebus barrels used to quell the Ottoman Turks at the ferocious Battle of Lepanto in 1571. Heck, Beretta Arms was already almost 50 years old by then! The Fabbrica d'Armi Pietro Beretta, with its headquarters in Brescia, Italy (in the Val Trompe, a center of iron ore mining and smelting since the days of the Roman Empire), is the world’s oldest gun manufacturer and one of the world’s all-time finest. Hal talks shotguns, shooting, history and more with Beretta’s Dakotah Richardson, a former Olympic shotgunner, and Cory Mays, a Beretta gunsmith who literally grew up in a gunsmith shop. 


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