Legacy Sports Announces Citadel RS-S1 Shotgun

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posted on July 12, 2018
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Legacy Sports International, Inc. has announced the new Citadel RS-S1 semi-automatic shotgun in 12 gauge.

The Citadel RS-S1 shotgun, which is based on the AK platform, is designed for home-defense, recreational shooting and competitive shooting. It features a gas-operated cycling system that lessens the recoil of light and heavy loads, and is available in 12 gauge with 2 ¾” to 3” chambering, 20” barrel, and comes with two detachable 5-round magazines. The chrome-moly lined barrel is proofed for steel shot and internally threaded for Beretta/Benelli Mobile chokes. The shotguns are equipped with fully adjustable front and rear sights and a full-length Picatinny rail. The RS-S1 also features an enhanced safety lever for one finger use, a large magazine release and easy-to-use bolt hold open and bolt release levers. 





Additional Features:
Overall Length:
 40"
Length of Pull: 14”
Weight: 8.0 lbs.
Textured grip and forearm
Ventilated rubber buttpad
One choke: Modified 
Fully adjustable sights
Two 5-round detachable box magazines
Picatinny rail
Enhanced safety lever
MSRP:  $799

For more, visit LegacySports.com

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