I recently purchased a Beretta A300 Outlander (Camo version). I bought the gun because is was light shouldered up nicely, price was good and it had extentions for the stock if needed. I have put 3-400 rounds of 2 3/4 sporting clay loads through the gun and it has really done well. It has only jambed twice, both were because the gun was very dirty after putting 200 rounds through the gun.
I do have several small complaints about the gun. First, the gun is very, very hard to clean and reassemble. I clean my guns after it is fired every time. I hate cleaning this gun. The trigger is hard to get in place and put the pin through. My second complaint is the camo is flaking off. I have not called Beretta, but I am sure they will say it is not covered under the year warranty. I did not like the brass pin sight, I switched to a tru glow and the gun is spot on for shooting clays. The red light pipe is bright and easy to acquire the target with.
I am looking forward to duck season to see how it performs. I bought a code black choke for the gun as the factory chokes are nothing to brag about. I will be shooting Winchester 3" #2's for ducks and BB's for geese. We will see if the 3" will bring down Canada Geese.
I bought my gun for 699.00 NIB, Choke was $89 still less than the list of $825. The gun was purchased through a private dealer not a big box store.
I will keep everyone upto date on how the gun does during duck season.