Legacy Sports International releases Citadel RS-S1 Semi Auto Shotgun

06/5/18 11:30 AM | by

Legacy Sports International brings the Citadel RS-S1 stateside. (Photo: Legacy Sports International)

Legacy Sports International adds a new semi-automatic shotgun to its arsenal, announcing the new Citadel RS-S1 in 12 gauge.

Based on the AK platform, the Citadel RS-S1 shotgun boasts a versatile design capable to tackling home defense scenarios as well as recreational and competition shooting. In what the company said is a user-friendly construction, the shotgun was created to withstand the rigors of harsh environments.

The 12 gauge shotgun offers a 20-inch barrel and full length Picatinny rail. (Photo: Legacy Sports International)

The shotgun boasts a gas-operated cycling system with chrome, moly lined 20-inch barrel proofed for steel shot and threaded for Beretta/Benelli Mobile chokes. Available in 12 gauge with 2 3/4-inch to 3-inch chambering, the Citadel features fully adjustable front and rear sights with full-length Picatinny rail located on the dust cover.

“The RS-S1 also features an enhanced safety lever for one finger use, a large easy to use magazine release and easy to use bolt hold open and bolt release levers,” the company added in a press release.

The shotgun ships with two detachable five-round mags. No word yet on pricing.

The shotgun ships with two five-round magazines. (Photo: Legacy Sports International)

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