Find Weatherby shotguns for sale online at Guns.com. Our inventory consists of dozens of Weatherby shotguns for sale, including the inertia-operated semi-automatic 18i and Element, as well as the gas-operated semi-auto SA-08 and the over-under Orion. Used by hunters, competitors, and other sportsmen and women, Weatherby shotguns have been trusted for decades.
Weatherby shotguns are made with plenty of options, and many are offered at budget-friendly prices. Guns.com has both new and used Weatherby shotguns for sale, with used deals carefully curated and inspected by our gun experts. Our new models are competitively priced, and our used inventory comes with a guarantee and generous return policy.
In 1945, Roy Weatherby, who was known as a thinker and a tinkerer with innovative ideas, started a small sporting goods store in Southern California. That shop grew to become one of the top companies in the firearms industry. After numerous moves to keep up with the company's growth, Weatherby is now located in Sheridan, Wyoming, and run by third-generation leader Adam Weatherby, Roy Weatherby's grandson.
The company currently produces more than a dozen different variants of the 18i, Element, SA-08, and Orion shotguns. They also offer the Legacy Shotgun collection, which celebrates their rich history of reliable shotguns.
Weatherby shotguns are popular among all types of hunters, and with more than a dozen variants available, there are models to suit an array of preferences.
The Weatherby Element is an inertia-operated, semi-automatic shotgun that delivers smooth and clean performance round after round. It is available with a wood or synthetic stock and forend, and includes spacers and shims to ensure a perfect fit, while the chrome-lined barrel features a vented top rib and fiber optic front bead sights. The Element is available in 12- and 20-gauge.
The Weatherby SA-08 is a gas-operated, semi-auto shotgun designed to shoot heavy loads while remaining easy on the shoulders. It weighs in at 5.5 to 6.5 pounds, depending on the variant. This shotgun features a chrome-lined barrel with vented top rib, CNC machined aircraft-grade aluminum receiver, and a chrome-plated bolt. The SA-08 is available in 12- or 20-gauge with a wood or synthetic stock and forend. It is also offered in a compact model, designed for women, youth, and those of smaller stature.
A premium over-under 12-gauge shotgun without the premium price tag, the Weatherby Orion is endurance tested and field proven, combining superb balance, exceptional beauty, and rock-solid performance. It offers a traditional boxlock design with a low-profile, forged steel receiver, and rich checkered walnut stock and forend. Other features of the Orion include chrome-lined bores, automatic ejectors, and an ambidextrous top tang safety.
Browse our magazine inventory for replacement or extra mags for your Weatherby shotgun. Our competitively priced magazines can be found in an assortment of sizes, including 12-gauge, 20-gauge, and more.
Check out our selection of ammunition for the best deals on ammo for your Weatherby shotgun. Shop Federal, Fiocchi, Hornady, Remington, Winchester, and more in 12-gauge and 20-gauge.
Upgrade your Weatherby shotgun with a scope. Browse trusted names like Burris, Bushnell, Nikon, Trijicon, and more. In addition to scopes, we also offer binoculars, rangefinders, and spotting scopes for all of your outdoor adventures.
The Weatherby Element with a synthetic stock lists for around $450, with the Waterfowl MAX-5 finish selling for about $550 to $650. Outfitted with a wood stock and forend, the Element sells for just under $800.
The Weatherby SA-08 Deluxe, which features a wood stock, is listed for just over $500, while the synthetic model sells for less than $500.
The Orion has a price tag that starts at around $700.
Weatherby SA-459 tactical shotguns sell used for a little over $400, while new models go for just over $600.
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