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I've shot em all. Golds, silvers, a5 new and old, bps, Parker's, citoris, novas, maxus, and SBE2's and there is no gun even close to the A400. Except for the extrema2 perhaps. This thing has been completely submerged in swamp mud multiple times, in 10 degree weather and never missed a beat. No rust whatsoever. Never had a jam or hang up, and with the factory mod and kent 2 & 3's it hammers em. Gotta drop the 65 shim in and get used to looking just a hair under the bird before squeezing and once you get that down you are out of the woods quick if the birds are working. I also have a 30" barrel that gives a really nice swing to the gun.
I have no affiliation with beretta but when I find something that works I like to share it with others.
Save your money on after market chokes, the mod patterned better than all the ones I bought.
hamernhonkers wrote:Isn't it funny how you get a post saying its the best there is and yet the one I bought my wife has had FTF and FTE issues along with a stock breaking. Lets face it boys there is no best gun maker out there, there are great guns that when taken care of last a life time and then there are guns that are just lemons, and every gun manufacture has both!
Jhalligan87 wrote:I've never had any issues with 3.5" loads cycling and yes, there probably are some lemons. With my Maxus and SBE2's, I had frequent FTE's. Far more with the Benelli, however. And I can't tell you how many times the famous Benelli "click" had caused me to miss a bird. Many times I wanted to throw that gun straight into the marsh. All I am saying is that I am extremely pleased with the Beretta, as I have been buying guns for a while trying to find the "right" one. I love old A5's, but for the loads I prefer to shoot, not having an interchangable choke is a limitation and the recoil and muzzle jump is huge. With the Beretta there is very little muzzle jump and recoil reduction is amazing. Also, my A5 will rust up during one hunt. The rust preventative materials on the A400 really work and the gun patterns very well.
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