What Berretta did you buy? Most of their handguns would not lend themselves to scopes. Even red dots are difficult to mount on a number of their handguns. But red dots actually make it easier to learn trigger control for new shooters, as it is one less thing to keep track of. I usually buy extra magazines, as most manufacturers don’t supply enough with their guns. Cleaning supplies with a brush or jag that matches the caliber. If you intend to carry it or use it in competition, a holster that is molded to the model of the handgun is a must when you get to that point. Some way to secure your gun when it is not in your control, above and beyond the chintzy locks that come with them. Eye protection is a must, and electronic hearing protection is very useful in training & competition, but passive ear plugs and/or ear muffs work when you don’t need to communicate.Guys, hello. I'm new here. I have a question for you. I recently started shooting, and recently I bought a Beretta. And now I think about what else I need to buy. Can you please tell me if I need to buy a scope at the initial stage or is it all stupid ideas? And what else can you advise to buy, and what is too early to buy?