Semi-Auto(SA-459)

SA-459™ Turkey

MSRP $699.00
(Actual price may vary.)

Weatherby Turkey-specific shotguns feature the popular Mothwing® Spring Mimicry® camouflage pattern, one of the most effective turkey patterns ever developed. The pattern was created from bark and leaf mimicking moths, accented with natural spring ground cover. A special "dipping" process adheres the camo directly to all stock components. Exceptional durability and the ultimate in concealment!

To provide year after year of dependable use in every conceivable condition, our semi-auto action has undergone a torturous testing program, including more than 6,000 rounds in the lab, and standard destructive testing procedures. From dove hunting in Argentina, to waterfowl in the Pacific Flyway, to pheasants in the Midwest, it passes every "high volume shooting" test with flying colors. 
Endurance Tested, Field Proven.

When was my Weatherby® firearm manufactured?

You can learn the history and lineage of your Weatherby firearm, researched and authenticated through the Weatherby company records. You’ll receive an embossed letter of authenticity which verifies the country of origin, the date your firearm was shipped, where the firearm was originally delivered and a list of features, including any custom embellishments. Each certificate is personally signed by Roy E. Weatherby, Jr., President, and Dean Rumbaugh, Company Historian. Cost for each serial number search is $50 ($75 for Custom rifles, $100 for Special Edition or Commemorative rifles). You may print and mail the Authenticity Order Form or for information, write Company Historian, 1605 Commerce Way, Paso Robles, CA 93446.

Additional historical information can also be gathered from Weatherby. The Man. The Gun. The Legend. This 290-page biography, written by Grits and Tom Gresham, contains a tremendous amount of historical information that you may find valuable in the search for your firearm’s history. Standard hardbound copies are just $30.00. Proceeds benefit the Weatherby Foundation International. See your Weatherby dealer today or order online.

Can I use steel shot with my older Weatherby® (Regency® and Olympian®) shotgun?

If it is a fixed choke barrel, we do not recommend using steel shot. However, if you have stainless steel removable factory choke tubes, we recommend using only modified or larger chokes.

What choke tube should I use when using steel shot?

When using steel shot, you should only use stainless steel choke tubes with modified or larger chokes.

Can I use steel shot with my older Weatherby® (Centurion® I, Centurion® II or model 82)?

If it is a fixed choke barrel, we do not recommend using steel shot.  However, if you have stainless steel removable factory choke tubes, we recommend using only modified or larger chokes we recommend modified or larger.

What is Weatherby®’s Warranty Policy?

Weatherby®’s service policy statement reads as follows:

“Weatherby® is a name that has been synonymous with quality firearms for over 65 years. All Weatherby® firearms are manufactured of the finest materials, and have been thoroughly inspected and tested in every phase of production.

Because of the confidence we have in our products, Weatherby® does not provide a written warranty, but rather stands behind its reputation for customer service and satisfaction.

Simply stated, we will consider requests for service or repair of Weatherby® firearms on a case-by-case basis. A determination will be made, taking into consideration such things as the age and condition of the firearm, and the circumstances surrounding its malfunction or other problem.

Weatherby® will not be responsible for defects resulting from ordinary wear and tear, alterations by unauthorized persons, accidents, misuse, use of incorrect or other than factory-loaded ammunition, or failure to provide reasonable and normal maintenance.

Should any Weatherby® firearm require service or repair under this service policy, it must be delivered transportation prepaid to an authorized Weatherby Service Center. The product must be accompanied by a proof of purchase, and a letter explaining the problem. The firearm should also be insured by the owner at time of shipment, as Weatherby, Inc. can accept no responsibility for damage or loss in transit. Weatherby® will pay all charges to return the product to the owner if it is accepted for service or repair under the provisions of this policy.”

When was my over/under shotgun made?
Over/Under Shotguns Series # Pre-fix
Regency® (Italy) Over/Under (1967 – 1982) R
Olympian® (Japan) Over/Under (1977 – 1981) K-R-W
Athena® (Japan) Over/Under (Version I) (1982 – 1990) D-F-FF
Athena® III, IV, V (Japan) Over/Under (1990 – 2007) DA-DF
Orion® (Japan) Over/Under (Version I) (1982 – 1990) E-G-EE-GG
Orion® I II III (Japan) Over/Under (1990 – 2007) EN-ER-GN-GR
Side-by-Sides  
Athena® SxS (Italy) (2005 - ) FS
Orion® SxS (Italy) (2005 - ) FS
Athena® D’Italia III, IV, V   (Italy) Over/Under (2007 - ) L
Orion ® D’Italia I, II, III, SC.  (Italy) Over/Under (2007 - ) B - L
How can I identify the “choke tubes” that came with my Weatherby® shotgun?

Choke tubes can be identified by the number and placement of small notches found on their muzzle (non- threaded) ends.

O Extra Full
I Full
II Improved Modified
III Modified
IIII Improved Cylinder
IIIII Skeet
IIIIII Cylinder
I-I SC I
II-II SC II

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