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Old 11-11-2019, 02:15 AM
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Just got a really good deal on a Pointer Phenoma, by Legacy sports. It is a 28 Gauge, with a Satin finished Walnut stock. The Shotgun is brand New, but sold by Cabela's as "used" since it was a Corporate transferred firearm. Anyway, the instructions say there are two Gas Pistons included, one for standard loads, that is Stainless Steel, and the other is a Red Anodized Aluminum, for heavy duty loads.

The instructions say the Red Aluminum is included hidden in the Forearm, but I didn't receive one in the box.... The instructions state: Make sure whatever piston you use on the gun, the other piston should be placed inside the forearm. Otherwise, it is highly possible to break your forearm.

Anybody familiar with this? I'd like to pattern this tomorrow, and I don't want a split forearm. Let me know if you're familiar with this model...thanx
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Contacted Legacy Sports; turns out only the 12 gauge version of these Shotguns included two different pistons, so it's a non-issue with this 28 gauge model.
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Old 11-14-2019, 10:01 AM
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Contacted Legacy Sports; turns out only the 12 gauge version of these Shotguns included two different pistons, so it's a non-issue with this 28 gauge model.
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