Beretta A400 Xtreme Plus KO 12 Ga 3 1/2" 30" Black
Model A400 Series Xtreme Plus
Gauge 12 Gauge
Stock Finish Black
Barrel Length Range 30.00"
Choke Configuration Optima-Choke HP
Chokes Included F,IM,M,IC,C
Metal Finish Dark Gray
Receiver Description Dark Gray Aluminum
Stock Description Fixed w / Kick-Off
Stock Finish Group Black
Stock Material Synthetic
Weight 7.40 lbs
Barrel Description Vent Rib Steelium
Beretta's A400 Xtreme semiauto shotgun is ideal for upland or waterfowl hunting as well as target shooting. The action gives fast follow-up shots and is equipped with built-in rails, so you can easily mount optics. The unique Blink technology, shoots 36 percent quicker than any other type of semiauto shotgun. Its synthetic stock combines Beretta's Kick-Off system with an ultra-soft Micro-Core butt-pad, to minimize recoil and is designed to recoil parallel to the cheek mount. The OptimaBore HP barrel's finish offers superior resistance to the elements, including water, powder, sand and salt spray. The A400 Xtreme Plus features Beretta's exclusive Steelium Plus barrel, providing the best patterning possible from all hunting loads, along with further felt recoil mitigation. The barrel also utilizes a step rib with an integral mid-bead and fiber optic front bead, and lengthened forcing cones. Its stock features a soft comb, which reduces the felt recoil imparted to the shooter's cheek even further. The A400 Xtreme Plus also has an enlarged loading port, extended charging handle and bolt release, and Aqua Technology which is a protective coating to withstand the harshest elements. This model has a 30" barrel with five (5) black extended Optima HP choke tubes, black synthetic stock, and a gray cerakote receiver.
Ratings & Reviews
It’s worth the money (if you use it)
by Richard -
It’s as good as advertised. Patterns great. Modified is tight so I’d “underchoke”. IC only under 35-38 yards. Factory chokes did fine. I’d say shot 70/30 maybe 75/25 as even as it could with cheap ammo. Shot 6 low quality boxes of shells at 5 stand today. Not a single hang or jam. Well balanced weight. This is my first 30 inch barrel. IMO easier to tell where u r missing. For sure I’d go 30 inch.
If you shoot a lot it’s worth the extra money.
I’m 5 11, 180 lbs with wider than average shoulders. I had a very good gun fitter say “it looks like it was made for you”
Now if I could just get better on the hard crossers I’d be happy.
its worth it
by Richard L Morrow
Part two review. Everything I said in the first review is correct. I've shot this gun 3 times and I like it more now than on day 1 and that was a lot.
I shoot a lot and this is my first 30 inch barrel. Needle mover to the upside for sure.