Those that live in California know just how difficult it is to get a lot of the same firearms that we have in most of the rest of the country. However, that hasn’t stopped firearms manufacturers from trying to help out those who live in states like California by providing them with firearms that are still useful but meet the more stringent feature requirements of the state. The new Citadel Boss 25 California compliant shotgun is a new option for California’s 3 gunners or for those with home defense in mind.
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New CITADEL BOSS 25 Shotgun by Legacy Sports International
The CITADEL BOSS25 Semi Auto Shotgun (based on the popular AR platform) is truly a versatile shotgun that is capable of home defense, recreational and 3 gun competition use. The CITADEL BOSS25 is built from the ground up to be a user-friendly, workhorse shotgun that will perform under the harshest of conditions sporting great looks and features and is now available in in the NEW California Compliant version which has a lower receiver that is full aluminum and a Patriot Pin that is designed to separate the upper from the lower to gain access to release the mag. The firearm comes standard with 2 – 5rd mags. The new California version does accept 10rd mags that are readily available.
Here are some of the additional specs:
• Model Number CBOSS2512-CA
• 12 ga.
• Semi- Auto
• 3” Chamber
• Tough Black Synthetic Stock
• Full Aluminum Lower
• Patriot Pin
• 18.75” Chrome lined Barrel
• Muzzle Break
• 37.75” Overall Length
• LOP 14”
• 8 lbs.
• Textured Grip Forend
• 5 Chokes
• 2 – 5 rd Detachable Mag ( additional 10 rd Mags are readily available )
• Fully Adjustable Folding Sights
• Picatinny Rail
• MSRP $599
Many of you who follow our YouTube channel TFBTV will know that James Reeves recently did a torture test on another one of Legacy Sports International’s semi-auto shotguns – the Citadel Bosshog. So if you’re interested in seeing how one of LSI’s semi-auto shotguns holds up to a variety of shotgun ammunition you should probably check out that video.