1963 Beretta Silver Snipe 20 gauge. Made in Italy. These were the precursor to the 68X series Beretta shotguns
26" barrels. 2 3/4" chambers
Fixed IM over M chokes. At least, that is what I believe them to be. Would need a way to measure ID of barrel before choke to determine the amount of constriction. Using a true cylinder bore of .615" for a standard 20 gauge, those are what I came up with, which matches the markings on the barrel.
Barrels, receiver, and forearm are matched by serial number. No import marks.
Single, non-selectable trigger (bottom barrel first) with extractors.
Bores are mirror shiny. Light handling marks for a 60 y/o field gun. By all accounts, a fantastic grouse/pheasant gun.
I am asking $750 shipped in new hard case to your FFL or C&R.
Editing/Updating - I took this to my FFL to measure the chokes. Using a brass choke gauge, he believes that the chokes are IC/C. Not sure how much difference that makes.