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Beretta U22 Neos Pistol

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.22 Long Rifle

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
4.5"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
31.7 oz.

Description:
MD Compliant

.22 Long Rifle

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
6"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
36.2 oz.

Description:
MD Compliant

.22 Long Rifle

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
6"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
36.2 oz.

.22 Long Rifle

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
4.5"

Round Capacity:
10 + 1

Hand:
Ambidextrous

Gun Weight:
31.7 oz.

Meant to appeal to a new generation of shooting enthusiasts, Beretta®'s Neos pistols feature cutting-edge design, modular construction,and flexibility for different shooting disciplines. Sleek and ergonomic, the U22 Neos pistol is reliable, durable, precise, and easy to maintain. The gun's alloy steel slide and barrel features an integral rail that accepts Weaver style scope mounts, matte black front sight, and fully adjustable target rear sights. Neos' modular design consists of 5 assemblies that field strip easily without tools for cleaning. Ergonomic textured polymer grip frame for easy handling in all conditions. Ambidextrous manual safety can be engaged with the firing pin cocked or uncocked.

Beretta U22 Neos Pistol 4.1 5 13 13
A Gun not worth owning I have been target shooting for over 50 years. I purchased a Neo while my Browning Challenger was at the gunsmith's. The two guns are like night and day concerning quality and performance. This is the worst gun I've ever owned. It constantly misfeeds from the clip and if you could get ten rounds in a row to eject properly it was a miracle. I tried many brands of 22 longs and they all misfed, didn't eject properly or misfired. The rear site screws had a mind of their own. They were constantly backing out and falling to the floor. I finally mounted a red dot to the gun. Baretta appears to make fine firearms with the exception of the Neo. Stay away from this gun. April 14, 2012
Great pistol once you tighten all the screws. Purchased this pistol to shoot with my 15 year old daughter and 12 year old son. I really liked the grip size for them and the pistol retails at a great price. The only issue was that the screws for the front sight and the sight rail were loose right out of the box. Unfortunately I didn't notice this until after a about a hundred rounds, when my shots seemed to be walking all over the target. I was worried that the hex head screws were backing themselves out due to recoil, but after tightening everything up, I haven't had the same problem again. After a little work with an hex wrench, its been a great pistol and has shot a wide variety of ammunition without any complaint. The only thing I would ask is that Beretta pays a little closer attention to the quality of their products when leaving the factory. August 7, 2013
Oh, where were you 50 years ago What beautiful weapon. I have both 4.5 barrel and the 6.0 inch barrel. Took 90 seconds to change, easy enough, just turn a wheel. Firearm eats everything even some ammo older than my kids. Bought a spare stock in blue accent, now going to get the red, silver and gray. But the thing that sold me was the sights stay with the barrel. Oh just grab a brick (500 for you city people)rounds of 22s, some fishing line and some targets, stapler also, go deep in the woods, drop a line in the creek and hang some targets and have a fish fry and shooting contest to see who will do the skinning and cooking. Oh go ahead and get one, you will love it Get one for the lady and have a ball. Get two bricks of 22s, stay the night, and have bbq, Well got to go hear the water lapping! Popps February 25, 2014
PERFECT GUN!! This gun is a very good and strait shooting gun. The action is very easy to use and the clips that come with it are very easy to load.. I would recommend this gun to a friend before any other gun I have bought. December 27, 2013
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4.5 or 6" barrel version

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Is there a big difference between the 4.5 and 6" barrel version? Would the 6" be more accurate?
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The 6" will be more accurate in the sense that your sight radius is 1.5" longer and therefore inherently more accurate. The longer barrel will also produce a modest increase in muzzle velocity over the 4.5" so you will be closer to the stated ammo velocity as those are usually achieved in a rifle.
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No real difference, just a longer sight plane.
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Thermodynamics, physics and common sense would dictate that if the pistol is held just as steady with each barrel the 6" version would be more precise. Accuracy is up to the holder
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Late response, but maybe it may help someone else out.

My friend has a 6" and I really liked the pistol, but purchased the 4.5" thinking that there wouldn't be much of a difference.

The longer barrel seems to point more naturally and the longer sight radius seems to make it easier to maintain a tight group.

Kind of left me wishing I had purchased the 6.5". At least the barrels are modular and I can pick up the longer barrel if I decide it makes that big a difference to me.
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6" tends to be more accurate (if using iron sights) only due to the longer sight radius.
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All other things being equal, the longer the barrel, the more accurate the firearm.

Other than that, the 6-inch barrel is going to be slightly heavier.
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