Weatherby PA-08 Upland


The Weatherby PA-08 Upland is a side-by-side shotgun chambered in 12 gauge. Weatherby is an American gun manufacturer founded in 1945 by Roy Weatherby, headquartered in Paso Robles, California.

The PA-08 Upland features a 26″ or 28″ chrome lined barrels, and an overall lengths of 46″ and 48″. The PA-08 Upland utilizes a walnut stock and pump, both of which are checkered and finished in high-gloss. Additional features include a chrome-plated bolt for non-binding action, a machined, aircraft grade alloy receiver for reduced weight, a ventilated top rib for increased heat dissipation, and a front brass bead sight. The PA-08 Upland also employs a drop-out trigger system that allows the user to remove the trigger assembly for cleaning. In addition, the PA-08 Upland offers a push-button safety, interchangeable chokes, and swivel studs.

The PA-08 Upland is recommended by Weatherby for general field shooting.



12 Gauge
Sights: Front brass bead
Features: Chrome-lined barrel; walnut stock and pump finished in high-gloss; cut checkering on grips and pump; chrome-plated bolt; machined aircraft grade alloy receiver; ventilated top rib; front brass bead si
Gauge: 12 gauge
Stock: Walnut
Material/Finish: Steel/blued
Type: Pump
Chokes: Full<br />Improved cylinder<br />Modified
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Weight: 6.5 pounds
Barrel Length: 26"<br />28"
Length of Pull: 14"
Overall Length: 46"<br />48"
Drop at Comb: 1.5"
Drop at Heel: 2.25"
Bore: 3"

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