Vaggelis Grammatikos: i want to buy that gun but i dont know if kick off or without it would be better. I tried both versions of them. what do you think would be better?
Panthergriffin Zeus: Second shooter still got one cartridge left at reloading!
cpjay2003: cool video guys, I have the A400 xplor unico, pretty much the same without the electronic accessory, love these guns for sporting clays!
Mark Clemmens: Does anybody have any thoughts of this gun compared tot the Winchester sx3?
Pascual Morant: yo la tengo
LDJ666: Subbed ^_^
Oie de Etudiant: I don't care bout cash! But I guess great wealth is still cool!
Zzero Den: BERETTA SHOTGUN = PERFECT SHOTGUN.. AND VERY EXPENSİVE :D
mario schembri: i have the beretta a400 xplor at about one mount new and i am very proud for my shot gun it very fast and very light and its one of the best brand like the benelli.
tirfune: nice video , beautiful gun my friend
: Nice shooting, i just ordered one and i was hoping to see a review rather than some clay bashing though...
Kane Jones: Very cool shotgun, that computer is helpful to keep track of how much you've shot. A lot better shotgun than my webley&scott 810.
srspower: Yes it's particularly pretty for a semi auto, thanks for watching :)
ScoobTEQ: Damn fine looking gun!
srspower: haha! Well I have many other videos, have a look around my second latest we shot 34 woodpigeons! And if your homework is giving you trouble I don't mind giving you a hint or two if I can!
0/Socialismo: You Brits are so F...k boring !
1ducyboy: So really, as you see it, there are only positive points to buying this semi-auto? As you can tell I have limited experience in shooting and don't want to make a £1400 mistake, I will be buying a A400 Xcel and I just want the right gun, which is great to use with limited recoil. It was just the question whether the extra £80 for the kick-off was money well spent. You seem to say it is, would that be right?
1ducyboy: thanks for coming back to me. When you say " Personally I have found they take a lot of getting used to with the mechanical movement when you shoot" - I presume your talking about the kick-off version. Tell me though, when the gun is fired and the stock recoils backwards does the stock slide against your cheek and does that bother you?
1ducyboy: New to clay shooting, I'm ready to make my first purchase - I like the beretta semi-autos and the a400 xcel especially. I see little point in having the full recoil - does it serve any purpose? You guys seem to know your guns and presumably have shot guns without a recoil reduction system. I will be buying the a400 but honestly, I'm really in a quandary over which version to buy, the kick-off or the non kick-off version?. Help! Would you buy the kick-off version if you were me?