Beretta is pleased to announce that the venerable A400 Upland shotgun is now offered in a 28 gauge model. Combining classic aesthetics with the latest technologies, the A400 Upland has been built specifically for hunters looking for the best shooting experience from a refined gas-operated 28 gauge action.
The A400 Upland in 28 gauge features the reliability of the popular A400 series with an ergonomic forend, a nickel-plated receiver, and the ability to shoot 3” magnum shells for those hunters who want to transition from different game birds without sacrificing reliable cycling.
Now Offered in 28 Gauge
Swing Swivels Included
Extended Bolt Handle & Release
New Receiver Shape
3 OPHC Flush Mounted Chokes
With a slim new design, the newly designed pistol grip and forend improve comfort and enhance the overall look.
An exquisitely engraved styling pattern completes the nickel-plated receiver.
Whether you are looking to hunt with the lightest of dove or the heaviest of waterfowl loads, the new A400 Upland in 28 gauge allows the hunter to shoot with 3” magnum shotshells while still maintaining the reliable cycling that the A400 series is known for.
Keeping this shotgun as good as new after a long day on the field or at the range is quick and easy: you can field-strip the A400 Upland without any tools, and it comes apart in only five components that are a snap to reassemble.
The Beretta A400 Upland 28 Gauge is now available for purchase at dealer locations across the nation and retails for an MSRP of $1,829.
Beretta, established in 1526, is the oldest industrial dynasty in the world, tracing its roots through 15 generations of continuous family ownership. Firearms bearing the Beretta name have been sold for almost 500 years. Beretta USA Corp. was founded in 1977 and provided the most widely deployed sidearm throughout the U.S. Armed Forces. Today, Beretta manufactures, distributes, and markets a complete line of firearms, accessories, and apparel. Beretta also owns and operates six retail Beretta Gallery stores worldwide. For additional information, visit www.Beretta.com.