The London Beretta Gallery sits alongside other galleries in Milan, Paris, New York, Buenos Aires and Moscow and is part of Beretta’s worldwide strategy to showcase its entire range in one perfect setting; offering the customer exceptional choice together with a refined shopping experience.

Situated right in the heart of London, on the corner of St James’s Street and Jermyn Street, the gallery is housed in a beautiful, historic, listed building with Beretta products arranged over three floors.

Enter through the ground floor and browse an elegant selection of ladies and gents, town and country wear. Here you will also find a collection of Beretta accessories and exquisite gift items.

The more technical shooting clothing can be found on the first floor, with everything you need for game shooting, right through to safari wear, depending on the season.

The second floor is given over entirely to guns, this being the biggest gunroom in London. On display, you will find the entire range of Beretta shotguns plus rifles from Sako and Tikka, optics from Burris and Steiner plus a selection of pre-owned, best quality, British guns and rifles.

Since its earliest beginnings in 1526, Beretta has striven to produce the best. Over the centuries, the Beretta name has become synonymous with uncompromising quality, superior design and exceptional performance.

In the gunroom on the gallery’s second floor, you can experience for yourself the expertise that has been handed down over five centuries, creating some of the best shotguns in the world.

This being the largest gunroom in London, you can be assured of viewing the entire collection of the brand’s guns – there are semi-autos and over and unders, alongside the complete range of premium guns, all of which deliver the same faultless performance.

On display are guns including the SO10 EELL with highly embellished, striking game scene engravings, specially selected walnut adorned with fine, hand-cut checkering. 

As well as the high-end guns there are also many, very affordable, entry level guns for those just learning to shoot, not to mention the complete range of Beretta competition shotguns.

You can also view a selection of Beretta guns and find out more about the oldest gunmaker in the world not to mention the gallery, at the World Gunmakers’ Evening in the Tower of London on Wednesday, November 3rd.