Budget-minded shooters in the market for a new shotgun will want to consider the new line available from Legacy Sports.
Legacy Sports, the owners of firearm brands like Howa and Citadel, have announced a new line of very affordable, break-action shotguns. These new shotguns, with an MSRP of $188, are touted as being great for teaching beginners how to shoot and also just for some good, old-fashioned fun.
The Pointer Break Action shotguns, as this new line is called, will be available in .410, 12, and 20 GA. They have a front bead sight, black matte finish, and black synthetic stock. They also boast a robust, three-point safety system including a manual push button safety, a hammer safety and a transfer bar safety.
Check out the full press release from Legacy Sports:
Legacy Sports Announces Pointer Break Action Shotgun
Gene Lumsden, CEO of Legacy Sports International, Inc. proudly announces the New! Pointer Break Action from Legacy Sports International, Inc.
The new Pointer Break Action, single shot shotguns are great to teach beginners how to shoot, or are just plain fun! Available in 12, 20 and .410 gauges, these single shots all come with 28 inch barrels and a fixed, modified choke. Metal parts are matte black and the synthetic stock is also black in color. Each Pointer Break Action has a brass bead front sight. The outstanding feature, however, is the safety system. Every Pointer Break Action comes with a manual push button safety, a hammer safety and a transfer bar safety.
Barrel Length: 28″
Chamber: 3 Inch (2.5 inch on .410 gauge)
OAL: 43 .5″
Weight: 4.8 lbs. to 5.4 lbs.
Stock: Black Synthetic
Chokes: Fixed (M)
Sight: Brass Bead
Safety: Manual, Hammer and Transfer Bar
Catalog Number Gauge Description Bbl. OAL LOP Wt. Chokes MSRP
KPS12BA028 12 Fixed Choke, 3″ Synthetic 28 43.5″ 14″ 4.8 lbs. Fixed, M $188.00
KPS20BA028 20 Fixed Choke, 3″ Synthetic 28 43.5″ 14″ 5.0 lbs. Fixed, M $188.00
KPS410BA028 .410 Fixed Choke, 3″ Synthetic 28 43.5″ 14″ 5.4 lbs. Fixed, M $188
While this new line of shotguns from Legacy Sports are certainly not going to turn any heads at the range, they do look like they will be useful for those new to the sport of shooting. The MSRP of $188 is a very low cost barrier to break into the sport of shooting or hunting and will surely be attractive to many people keeping a close eye on their budgets.