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Weatherby® SA-08 Shotgun

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12 Gauge

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6.75 lbs.

20 Gauge

Black

Synthetic Black

Barrel Length:
28"

Round Capacity:
4 + 1

Hand:
Right

Gun Weight:
6 lbs.
The Weatherby SA-08 Shotgun is a reliable workhorse that lets you move from early season dove loads to the heaviest waterfowl loads in no time. This semi-automatic features a 3" chamber, 4 + 1 capacity, chrome-lined barrel, three application-specific choke tubes (IC, M, F) and swivel studs. Brass bead front sight.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great purchase i bought this for a birthday gift to myself as i own 3 Weatherby rifles.The shotgun is easy to put togather and functions greatly.i like the idea of being able to customize it with the stock shims in order to aquire a great beed alingment with the target.only complaint i had was the choke tubes only have knotches in the end and no refrance as to what choke it is.easly fixe with intranet. i ingraved mine with a dremel took about a second..i am also going to purchas another in a 12gauge. HUNT SAFE AND AIM STRAIGHT July 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by So pleased I'm buying another tonight I bought the Weatherby SA08 Upland model with the wood stock. The quality is excellent, it is truly a beautiful shotgun. My wife and I have been trap shooting, about 300+ rounds now (light loads with the light piston) without the first problem. My wife has claimed this one so I am going tonight to try the PA08 Weatherby 12 gauge Upland pump model. April 8, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Big Mistake Read many reviews on this shotgun before I purchased it and at the time, could not find one bad thing about this gun. So I jumped aboard and purchased the synthetic 20 gauge for my daughter. Wouldn't feed properly and wouldn't eject anything with either piston I tried and with different ammo. Cleaned, lubricated and cleaned gas ports and still wouldn't fix problem. Must have run 75 rounds through gun too to see if there was a break-in period. Still....nothing but failures. Sent back to manufacturer through Bass Pro. Been about 4 weeks now and haven't heard anything yet. January 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A GREAT Purchase I worked right out of the box. I shot 5 boxes at clays and hit 90%. That is VERY good for me. It is light and throws and tracks with ease. LOVE IT!!!! September 2, 2013
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3" shells into magazine?

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I just bought a waterfowl edition. I'm having issues putting 3" shells into the magazine. Do you have issues with this? 2 3/4" shells go in fine. 3" shells seem to bind up on the carrier when pushing #2 & #3 shell in. In order to get them in I have to unlock the carrier and pull the bolt back about 1/2 way to all the carrier to depress enough to push the 3" shell in.
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Hi, thank you for your inquiry. I have checked with the manufacturer and they stated it does require more force to insert the 3" shells into the magazine tube. The easiest explanation is the length of the 3" shells is at a greater angle than the 2 3/4" shells and therefore causes the resistance. There is no evidence showing adverse affects of using the 3" shells. www.weatherby.com

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3 shell capacity

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I had asked the question and it was answered that it was 1 shell in the chamber and 3 in reserve for 4 shells total...in PA it needs to be 1 shell in the chamber and 2 in reserve for a total of 3 not 4. Does this come with a plug so that you have 1 in the chamber and 2 in reserve?
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1 in the chamber, 2 in the magazine
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In CA it came with a waterfowl plug that restricts it to 1 in the chamber and 2 in reserve. I've seen UN-boxing videos on YouTube and it seems that in other states it does come with the plug as well.
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I had the Stoeger 3500 and it was a great shotgun. Not one problem with it. Never owned 3000 model. I seem to be the only one with problem with the Weatherby SA 08. Still not back from manufacturer. Sent in Dec. 31, 2013
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While both of these have a round capasity of 6+1 and both are semi-auto, they do have some differences. The Stoeger weighs 1 lb more than the Weatherby. The Stoeger is pre-drilled and tapped for a scope and the weatherby is not. The Stoeger has a vented recoil pad where the Weatherby does not. The Stoeger has an enlarged trigger guard opening for easier use while wearing gloves. These are both very reliable guns. Choosing the best depends on the importance of the different options.
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It did in CA. I've seen UN-boxing videos of this gun on YouTube and they have the plug as well. It's a green waterfowl plug.
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Yes, giving you 3+ 1 for a total of 4.
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I don't understand quite why you might want to, but you can buy some from the store.
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also ,i'mreally looking for a 26" barrel
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I don't know. I use a 26" on my Winchester 101's (12 and 20) because they are quite heavy. I was very impressed on how well the 28" moved and it was super accurate!!
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Please contact the Retail Stores for assistance with stock availability and if they offer a left hand model. You may contact them by clicking the following URL link: www.basspro.com/stores. Thanks
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