Why Tactical Guys Should Like The Beretta A400

    I am a tactical gun guy. I am not interested in spending a cold, wet morning in a duck blind, and I have little interest in competition shotgun shooting, although I like shooting clays and I respect the skills of those who are very good at it.

    Why, then, am I very interested in something like the Beretta A400? Because the technology from these competition and hunting weapons will trickle down into tactical shotguns – I guarantee it.

    Overview of Beretta A400's Tactical Applications

    One thing I failed to mention in the video is the brown/”bronze” anodizing on the A400 Xplor Action that’s intended to look classy with a wood stock – it also happens to be as durable as Type III hardcoat, and took almost a year to develop. Does that sound interesting to a tactical gun guy? Well, it does to me…

    Oh, and a big thank you to the beautiful Beretta models Bianca and Antonella for helping with the video! I should have told them to keep their fingers off the triggers – did not notice until the video was done – my fault, not theirs.

    Andrew Tuohy

    Andrew Tuohy was a Navy Corpsman with the 5th Marine Regiment. He makes a living by producing written and visual content within the firearm industry, and he also teaches carbine courses. He prefers elegant weapons for a more civilized age, and regularly posts at Vuurwapen Blog.