A sub-gauge revolution is sweeping across the country as more waterfowl hunters are reinventing their game, swinging 20- and 28-gauge shotguns instead of their trusty ol’ 12. George Thompson, Director of Product Management for Benelli, tells Ramsey about adding 28-gauge to the successful Super Black Eagle platform, covering a range of other Benelli-related innovations. Where’d the philosophy “carry a 20-gauge but shoulder a 12-gauge” originate? Why’d they choose 28-gauge and what were some of the challenges–and will there be a .410? What are some of the subtle differences between SBE and Ethos shotguns, and how has the 28-gauge been received by customers? Will the proprietary Benelli Surface Treatment be available in other colors? What makes the 828 U Over-under shotgun unique? How have “performance shop” Benelli shotguns been modified, and why? Whether you’re a long-time Benelli shooter or just looking to make a well-informed decision about your next shotgun purchase, you’ll enjoy this highly informative episode.