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New Shotgun: Beretta A400 Action 28 Gauge

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January 14, 2014

New Shotgun: Beretta A400 Action 28 Gauge

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Last year, Beretta rolled out the 20-gauge A400 Action and this year they're going even smaller. This is the first 28 gauge semiautomatic shotgun that Beretta has ever made. It has all the features that Beretta fans have come to expect from an A400 but scaled down in a sub gauge.

We haven't got the specs for this gun yet but it weighs only about 5 pounds. The 20-gauge version of the gun retails for about $1,500.

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from sdditchpig wrote 13 weeks 1 hour ago

This comment is written in hopes that someone from Beretta might read it. Who are you going to sell a 5 lb. 28 , that costs 1400 dollars to. Do we have enough quail, and ruff grouse hunters out there to support this gun, I don't think so. What you should have done, is build a 28 auto that has some weight to it, so it would appeal, to the target shooters, and dove hunters. The guy that might spend 1400 dollars for a 28, is not going to shoot rabbits with it. This gun should be 6 3/4, to 7 1/2 lbs., so you can keep it on line, on a crosser. Put a 30 inch barrel on it also. The A400 20, is also to light.

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from sdditchpig wrote 13 weeks 54 min ago

I just saw a 20 gauge A303 sport, sell on gun broker for over 1200 dollars. That gun was 525.00 new. I haven't weighed mine, but it is close to 7 lbs. I think the market is there , for the heavier small gauge guns.

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from sdditchpig wrote 13 weeks 1 hour ago

This comment is written in hopes that someone from Beretta might read it. Who are you going to sell a 5 lb. 28 , that costs 1400 dollars to. Do we have enough quail, and ruff grouse hunters out there to support this gun, I don't think so. What you should have done, is build a 28 auto that has some weight to it, so it would appeal, to the target shooters, and dove hunters. The guy that might spend 1400 dollars for a 28, is not going to shoot rabbits with it. This gun should be 6 3/4, to 7 1/2 lbs., so you can keep it on line, on a crosser. Put a 30 inch barrel on it also. The A400 20, is also to light.

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from sdditchpig wrote 13 weeks 54 min ago

I just saw a 20 gauge A303 sport, sell on gun broker for over 1200 dollars. That gun was 525.00 new. I haven't weighed mine, but it is close to 7 lbs. I think the market is there , for the heavier small gauge guns.

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