The Beretta 1301 shotgun has been the talk of the town over the last year or so with a massive increase in popularity across the board. However, for a lot of people, buying their 1301 is just the first step, a lot of people want to mount optics, want extended tubes, or shotshell caddies. Mesa Tactical is here to fulfill two of those wants/needs at the same time with their new Beretta 1301 compatible SureShell shotshell carrier featuring an integrated Trijicon RMR reflex sight mount.
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New Beretta 1301 Sureshell RMR Shotshell Carrier from Mesa Tactical
SureShell® Carrier and Reflex Sight Mount – These shotshell carriers have an integrated Trijicon RMR® reflex sight mount. They are similar to our SureShell carriers with integrated optics rails but instead of a Picatinny rail these carriers feature a precision machined mount for an RMR® reflex sight. When installed on the shotgun, the RMR® sight co-witnesses with factory ghost ring sights.
The new line of SureShell shotshell carriers with integrated Trijicon RMR® reflex sight mounts for the Beretta 1301 shotguns, are similar to our SureShell carriers with integrated optics rail for those platforms, instead of a Picatinny rail these carriers feature a precision machined mount for an RMR® reflex sight. When installed on the shotgun, the RMR® sight co-witnesses with factory ghost ring sights.
The MSRP of Mesa Tactical SureShell shotshell carrier starts at $95. It is available not only for the Beretta 1301 but also for Benelli M2 Tactical and Benelli M4 shotguns. For more information on Mesa Tactical’s SureShell RMR shotshell carrier or their other firearm accessories, you can visit http://mesatactical.com/.
If you’re interested in learning more about the Beretta 1301 Shotgun, TFB and TFBTV both have an extensive amount of content on the shotgun itself, as well as upgrades that some of us would recommend for it if you’re planning on picking one up. Check out the TFBTV video below or other articles we’ve written about the 1301 here.
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