INMAN, S.C. – May 11, 2018 – TrueTimber has partnered with well-known firearms manufacturer Beretta to introduce the new A400 Xtreme Plus shotgun in TrueTimber’s popular DRT pattern, designed to blend seamlessly with swamps, wetlands and grain fields. Building on the established A400 Xtreme platform, the new Beretta shotgun delivers superior reliability in a variety of conditions often encountered by waterfowl hunters. After formally introducing the gun at the 2018 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Dallas last weekend, Beretta also announced the A400 Xtreme Plus Torture Tour, a season-long endurance test that will take place this upcoming waterfowl season.
The Beretta A400 Xtreme Plus Torture Tour is a series of hunts designed to put the new shotgun into the hands of some of the most demanding hunters in four unforgiving locations across North America. Dates and locations of each hunt will be announced in the coming months as the 2018 waterfowl hunting season begins. Fans can follow the action, and the shotgun in DRT, on Beretta’s Instagram and Facebook pages or follow TrueTimber on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for additional behind-the-scenes content.
About the A400 Xtreme Plus
The A400 Xtreme Plus builds on Beretta’s proven A400 Xtreme Unico model to provide everything hunters need for a successful hunt. Manufactured at the Beretta Italy factory, the new A400 Xtreme Plus model combines the advanced barrel technologies used to excel in the clay shooting world with the unique needs of the waterfowler. Featuring the Steelium Plus barrel design, the gun delivers greater recoil reduction, enhanced pattern dispersion and increased range. It also utilizes Beretta’s Optima-Choke®HP choke tubes, offering superior ballistic performance and guaranteeing perfect shot pattern in every hunting situation. More information about the new A400 Xtreme Plus can be found online.
Founded in 2005, TrueTimber is based in Inman, South Carolina and is the most realistic, performance-driven camouflage brand in the industry. TrueTimber offers a wide variety of clothing items and accessories, featuring 27 distinct camo patterns that perfectly blend with their surroundings. The company spends countless hours researching, testing and seeking new technology to produce the most effective and lifelike camouflage patterns possible. TrueTimber products can be found in retailers across the United States and Canada, and it continues to be one of the fastest growing camouflage companies in the world. For more information about TrueTimber, visit www.TrueTimber.com.