Urbino® Pistol Grip Stock for Beretta 1301 (12-GA)
Mesa Tactical offers a shortened length of pull stock, known as the “Urbino” stock, for Benelli, Mossberg, an Remington and Beretta 1301 semi-automatic shotguns. The Urbino stock kit is very popular in our law enforcement market due to the shorter length of pull, allowing the user to wear body armor or bulky clothing without extending their reach.
The reduced length-of-pull (LoP) makes the Urbino the first truly tactical stock for the Beretta 1301 tactical shotgun. The Urbino Tactical stock, is a fixed-length pistol grip shotgun stock made from injection-molded glass-filled nylon. Developed to meet the needs of law enforcement and military operators, the rugged Urbino Tactical stock features a 12 1/2″ inch LoP, soft urethane rubber grip, optional Limbsaver® butt pad, optional adjustable cheek riser and a variety of flexible sling mounting options. All hardware included, no gunsmithing necessary to install.
- Injection-molded in glass-filled nylon, the stock features a 12 ½” inch length of pull (LoP)
- Shock-absorbing rubber grip sleeve reduces shooter fatigue
- The standard buttpad contains a positive locking system that will hold the adjustments in place without slipping
- Includes Benelli-style rear sling loops for 1 1/4 inch sling webbing
- Includes a QD style sling swivel that fits in a hole in the lower rear of the stock
After installing everything fits perfectly. Stock looks great, feels good when shouldering. Just put it together and we have rain all week so have not shot it yet but don't forsee any problems. Over all great product
Great fit ... Feels great ... Can not wait to fire my shotgun
Amazing quality! So much better than the OEM stock in form, fit, and function. Highly recommended to take your 1301 to the next level of performance. N
I purchased the Urbino stock as an aftermarket upgrade to my 1301 after being dissatisfied with the stock the firearm came with by default. I will not go into much detail but it was uncomfortable to shoot with, and it not the most ergonomic stock. I’ve only shot my 1301 with the Urbino attached once. But it made shooting slugs much more enjoyable with the limbsaver. I like the ergonomics of the pistol grip. Attaching the stock was straight forward and can be done with only a Phillips head screwdriver and a 1/2” socket. Even then the screwdriver was only necessary to remove the butt plate on the default stock. So for the Urbino all you need is a 1/2” socket. The only negative experience I’ve had is after putting 15 or so slugs through the shotgun the stock came loose and it had to be retighten once back at home. I imagine that was more on me for not tightening the stick to the shotgun with enough force. But, I want to mention it may come loose if you do not tighten the nut more than you think may be necessary. In general the stick is a great aftermarket purchase for my 1301. I would recommend it to anyone looking to upgrade from a default stock to something comfortable and ergonomic.
I have one of these on my Beretta 1301. I love it! I ordered one for my Benelli M4. On that one I went without the cheek riser. I never use the riser on my 1301 so why bother? It’s also a 922 compliant part. Most stocks are too long , but this hits the sweet spot. Perfect if you wear armor or have to wear a thick coat. It’s also very easy to install. I only wish it came standard with qd mounts.