Overview:Beretta: 500 Years of the World's Finest Sporting Life - Collectors, shooting sports enthusiasts, hunters, and those who appreciate the finest aspects of the outdoor and sporting lifestyle have one thing in common all over the world they all carry a Beretta.Since 1526, the Beretta name has been synonymous with uncompromising craftsmanship and perform- ance in firearms. These guns have been carried into thefieldbysomeofthemosticonicfiguresin modernculture,fromWinstonChurchilland ErnestHemingwaytoSeanConneryandNorman Schwarzkopf, as well as current U.S. Olympic gold- medalist shooters.For the first time, the Beretta family opens the doors to its family villa, properties, and factory in Gardone, Italy, to show the world s finest guns being made by hand. The book then immerses the reader in the field, withsumptuousphotographythatshowsthe shootingandsportinglifestyleatitsbest from Argentina to Oregon, Scotland to Tanzania.Thisistheidealgiftforfine-gunaficionados,a showcase of Beretta s best work, and a bucket list for sportsmenandsportswomenandallthoseaspiring to the pursuit of life afield at its finest.
This book is on page /4097b8bd1cef8796f5234ebe10a02b5b/book/1603725640-9780847849741. It was written by the following authors: Andy Anderson, Nicholas Foulkes. Book Beretta: 500 Years of the World's Finest Sporting Life, which can be read online, published by the company: Rizzoli International Publications. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Sports Books, Photography, Art, Fashion. The book was published on 2016-10-25 00:00:00. It has 304 pages and is published in Hardback format and weight 2291 g. File for download Beretta: 500 Years of the World's Finest Sporting Life has PDF format and is called beretta-500-years-of-the-worlds-finest-sporting-life.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our hangarpub.it site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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