If you believe a semi-automatic target shotgun should handle like a fine double gun with perfect balance and weight distribution, then the L4S is the gun you’ve been waiting for. Its magazine is shortened to a four-round capacity to reduce the length of the forend and improve balance, while the stock does not have an action spring in it and attaches with a simple stock bolt. This feature allowed Fabarm to sculpt the pistol grip to eliminate the awkward feeling that affects many semi-auto shotguns. Because the L4S is designed for 2¾-inch target loads, the action is shorter than guns made to cycle up to 3½-inch cartridges, further enhancing the handling characteristics.
The L4S also incorporates a revolutionary new forend design that does not rely on wood to be part of the mechanical assembly of the gun. This removes the wiggle and movement in the forend that plagues other semi-auto designs. Additionally, it makes the barrel-to-receiver relationship more precise and stronger, all while eliminating the forces that can damage and crack the wood.
The L4S also includes a Tribore tapered bore, the Exis HP hyperbolic choke system, and a tapered top rib. All of the controls are extended/competition-style for better function, and recoil is extremely mild due to the target-load-tuned gas system.
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