Like a lot of shooters who participate in the clay target games, I will often shoot with over/unders some days and semi-auto shotguns other days. I thoroughly enjoy shooting my over/unders.
The new Fabarm L4S Sporting semi-automatic. Lightweight, alert and smooth at the same time, comfortable to shoot, and it loves to break targets. This could very well be your next new gun.
A view of the Fabarm’s Pulse Piston gas system on the L4S Sporting. The return spring is housed under the forearm. The massive piston and gas chamber on the barrel are coated with titanium nitride for greater rust and corrosion resistance. The heavy-duty action rails are hard-chromed for increased performance and reliability. The red cap at the front of the mag tube keeps things together.
A full profile of the right side of the L4S Sporting. This shotgun is a looker with its red features and sleek lines.
The L4S has its oversize bolt release on the left side of the receiver. The red color of the bolt release, cocking handle, forend cap and the lettering on the black matte receiver give the L4S Sporting a racy look.
The new L4S Sporting from Fabarm is a dedicated competition shotgun with great performance, reliability, looks and comfort.
The most important fundamental in shooting or any hand-eye coordination sport, for that matter, is the focusing of the eyes on the object, in our case the target.
A number of shooters look directly in the window when calling for a target. I do not. This does not make me right and everybody else wrong. It's just that people and eyes are different. But I do look in specific places for specific reasons.
On most skeet houses there is a white square painted around the window. This is done so the shooter can better see the target leave the window.
On The Cover
September 2017 Volume 39, Number 9
The Fabarm L4S Sporting is
designed to be a competition
shotgun intended to withstand
thousands upon thousands of
rounds without skipping a beat.
Turn to page 32 to see
Johnny Cantu’s review.
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