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ive been hearing alot of mixed stories about either benelli owns beretta or did for some period of time or beretta owns benelli whats the truth to this or is there no relation at all?

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I think Beretta owns Benelli. But I'm not really sure of the exact relationship. On the original box for my M2 entry, the Benelli info label/decal has a Beretta info label placed over it. Still shows it as an M2 14" bbl LE only, etc. And the Form 4 also reads Beretta as the manufacturer. I asked the ATF inspector (notorious for not always giving consistent info) and apparently Beretta does the SBS conversion for LE. For what it’s worth. J

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poppa beretta gave beretta to one kid, benelli to another, i think beretta handles all the LE stuff, and benelli does all commercial. that said beretta does benellis le stuff.

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Beretta Holding Co., the Beretta family, own Benelli, Franchi, Stoger, Uberti & a few other gun Cos. All of these guns are made in different factorys, some not in Italy. A big sales pitch that is used in a lot of sport shops when selling Franchi's & Stoger's is "It is made by Benelli."

 

BOB

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Beretta Holding Co., the Beretta family, own Benelli, Franchi, Stoger, Uberti & a few other gun Cos. All of these guns are made in different factorys, some not in Italy. A big sales pitch that is used in a lot of sport shops when selling Franchi's & Stoger's is "It is made by Benelli."

 

BOB

so your saying benelli does not own stoeger and franchi? but what still bothers me is if beretta is the higher up company why do alot of people still choose a benelli over a beretta if they have the money the extrema if cheaper than an sbe2, when things like whats better m2 or m2000 stoeger, obviusly you would choose the benelli.

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Beretta Arms Co isn't necessarily the higher up co. Benelli, Stoeger & Franchi 'own' nothing, they are owned by the Beretta family members who formed Beretta Holding Co. Beretta bought Sako rifles & got Stoeger in the deal. I think the Stoeger autos are made in Turkey & the o/u & sxs' are made in Brazil.

Why does one man buy a Chevy, one buy a Buick, they are both owned by GM?

 

BOB

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Beretta Holding Co., the Beretta family, own Benelli, Franchi, Stoger, Uberti & a few other gun Cos. All of these guns are made in different factorys, some not in Italy. A big sales pitch that is used in a lot of sport shops when selling Franchi's & Stoger's is "It is made by Benelli."

 

 

 

I shake my head every time I hear "it's made by Benelli" or see it written on the tag. It's the same story at tire shops that push lesser brands as built by Company "X" when they are just owned by Company "X".

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Why does one man buy a Chevy, one buy a Buick, they are both owned by GM?BOB

 

 

 

You mean owned by Obama in Corp.

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You mean owned by Obama in Corp.

 

Nope. Owned by me and you, and the rest of the taxpayers.

Obama didn't go to them. They came to him.... on their knees.

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OK. I guess my Google link was a bit much for some to follow.

Here's the direct quote from the first resulting link.

 

"The parent company; Beretta Holding, also owns Beretta USA, Benelli, Franchi, SAKO, Stoeger, Tikka, Uberti, the Burris Optics company and a twenty per cent interest of the Browning arms company."

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