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Legacy Sports Pointer KPS28A028W 28 Gauge, $701 (Grade: B 2015)

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Capable of chambering 3-inch shells, this is a solid field gun. But a longer LOP and no casting shims limits its adjustability.

Legacy Sports Pointer KPS28A028W 28 Gauge, $701 (Grade: B 2015)

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The receiver wasn’t fancy, but the brushed satin blue finish and subtle sculpting were still quite pleasing. The polymer trigger guard continued the angular styling.
The Pointer’s rubber buttpad offered additional material by reaching into the stock with a V-shaped pattern.
We would recommend cleaning the pointer’s gas system regularly. the action was black after about 100 rounds.
The Pointer would be a versatile hunting companion as well as a good candidate for the skeet field. The Pointer’s gas system was not self-cleaning, but disassembly for maintenance was simple and the chrome parts cleaned up easily.
The Pointer’s pistol grip and forend were knurled rather than checkered. Some thought the grip itself was too thin.

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