By Barnaby Dracup
Tuesday, 31 July 2012
Seventy five limited edition 20-bore 687EELLs have been produced featuring a Help for Heroes engraving on the bottom plate to help raise money for the charity. Beretta and GMK are aiming to make £18,000, with every gun sold going to generate funds for the charity.
This follows on from the successful fundraising in 2011, when 100 limited edition Beretta 687EELL 12-bore shotguns were produced by Beretta and sold by GMK, with over £22,000 going to Help for Heroes.
These guns have been exquisitely hand finished by Beretta’s master engravers and like previous limited editions are likely to maintain their second-hand value.
Not only will the gun make a worthy addition to your cabinet, you will also be raising money for the Help For Heroes charity.
These beautiful and very special guns will be available to purchase from Beretta dealers from September 2012.
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