Since the 1500s, Beretta has fitted out everyone from Napoleon to Italian army officers with suitable firepower.
So if you’re heading off on a hunting excursion, they’re good chaps to consult.
Whether you’re after bobwhite quail in Georgia, pheasant in South Dakota or even warthogs in South Africa, Beretta’s Trident Program can make sure you not only bag a prize, but do it in style.
The program, first launched in 2010 and now getting up to speed, evaluates and ranks the world’s top sporting venues to ensure the highest quality field-sport experience.
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“Tridents” are awarded based on a lodge’s level of excellence—determined by everything from its wine cellar to its guides, guest services and even dog kennels.
So far, only 10 shooting lodges in the world have proven worthy of Beretta’s stamp of approval, divided into categories for upland birds, waterfowl, big game and sporting clays.
The Beretta Trident Concierge can also give you a personal recommendation on the lodge best suited to your needs, help with travel details and even recommend what kind of gun you should bring along.
And if you need a hand with that wine list, you know where we are…
[via Garden & Gun]
- Posted February 08, 2012
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