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Legacy Sports Puma Wildcat PPS2250S 22 LR

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Despite finicky operation that we would blame on the big drum magazine, the Puma Wildcat proved to be very accurate and appealing. The Puma Wildcat drew an immediate emotional response. It had a very “outlaw” look to it. The 50-round drum magazine reminded us of a retro gangster weapon, and the heat shield conjured visions of rebel machine guns that might be found in a third-world country. Several people we showed it to who already own AR-15s wanted this gun because it was so different

Legacy Sports Puma Wildcat PPS2250S 22 LR

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The front sight was nothing fancy—just a tall post machined from polymer and screwed into the barrel cover. But it was precise and clear. Note the barrel support at the muzzle.
Legacy Sports of Reno imports the Puma rifles from Italy. The receiver carried a 3/8-inch rimfire mount groove. To the left of the ejection port was the modest safety lever. The bolt handle was enhanced with roller action.
The fold-down rear sight was rudimentary yet efficient. It was windage adjustable by using a small screwdriver in the slots.

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