Beretta A400 Xplor 28-Gauge

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posted on January 15, 2014
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28-gauge shotguns have rapidly become a player on the market, and manufacturers have responded with enthusiasm. Now one of the finest shotgun makers of them all, Beretta, has gotten involved.

On display at SHOT Show 2014's Media Day at the Range was the company's 28-gauge A400 Xplor, and it generated plenty of buzz among the media. American Rifleman Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe called it one of the "coolest" guns he's seen in years.

Technical Specifications:

Model: A400 XPlor Action

Action: Semi-Auto

Gauge: 28-Gauge

Barrel: 28"

Chamber: 3"

Choke Tubes: Optima-Choke HP

Sights: Bead

Safety: 2 Position Crossbolt

Get a closer look at the A400 Xplor 28-gauge in the video embedded below.

For more information, go to BerettaUSA.com.

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