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Legacy Sports International Pointer Field Tek3 Bronze/Walnut 12 Gauge Shotgun - Bronze, 28" Barrel, 3+1 Rounds, Wood, 3" Chamber, Walnut Stock

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Model: KIRFT3B12
 
Condition: Factory New
 
Bud's Item Number: 723014183
 
UPC: 682146302516
 

Legacy Sports International Pointer Field Tek3 Bronze/Walnut 12 Gauge Shotgun
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POINTER FT3 12/28 BRNZ/WD
249.95
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Original Cash price
$229.99
$236.89
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$ 229.99
249.95
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Legacy Sports International Pointer Field Tek3 Bronze/Walnut 12 Gauge Shotgun
Model
KIRFT3B12
Condition
Factory New
Bud's Item #
723014183
UPC
682146302516
Manufacturer
Pointer
POINTER FT3 12/28 BRNZ/WD

4 Reviews. 4.3 out of 5 Stars!
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James S on 11/17/2022
Rating:   5 of 5 Stars!

Gun works good and quality is decent for price.
Jerry S on 11/04/2022
Rating:   4 of 5 Stars!

Pointer Tek3 is made by KRC in Turkey and imported by Legacy Arms. The shotgun came with a full set of extended chokes, buttstock shims, and a choke wrench. The wood is turkish walnut with nice grain and a matte finish. The receiver appears to be cerakote. The barrel is 28" and has a fiberoptic site. The thing you need to know about turkish made shotguns is that the manufacturing dirt/grit is included in the packaging for free! I own/have owned 6 of the turkish made shotguns in the past 2-3 years. Right out of the box they are gritty feeling and need to be thoroughly cleaned. This gun was no different. Before shooting it, I completely disassembled the gun and sprayed out every nook and cranny. I even found sawdust in the buttstock hole. During reassembly I put a dab of gun grease on the bolt rails and a drop of gun oil here and there. After reassembly the gun cycled smooth as butter. The Pointer Tek3 accompanied me to a sporting clays session and was fired ~75 times between three shooters without a single failure. The ammo was 3 dram/ 11/8oz/ #7.5 bulk pack Federal. I haven't had time to pattern the gun yet, but the Pointer Tek3 shot where it was aimed and didn't appear to have pattern issues. For fit and finish comparison I give the Pointer a 3. The Tristar G2Viper a 4, while my Beretta A400 is a 5. Overall I give the Pointer Tek3 a 4 out of five for being a bargain and doing what it is supposed to do! If you need an economical priced shotgun the Pointer Tek3 could work for you!
Daniel N on 11/03/2022
Rating:   5 of 5 Stars!

Picked up my Pointer Field Tek 3 from LGS earlier this week. Brought gun home and stripped it down and cleaned everything. Reassembled gun and checked gun for Point of aim/point of impact. Gun shoots where it is pointed. Moved on to pattern testing with all 5 chokes tunes, and was impressed as all tubes patterned as indicated on tube. Ran 250 rounds of heavy field loads through the gun while doing the testing. Gun ran flawlessly. Initial thoughts are that the gun is a great value. It will be interesting to see how many rounds this gun will fire with regular hunting and proper cleaning and maintenance.
Bill C on 05/02/2022
Rating:   3 of 5 Stars!

I went to the gun store to pick up my Pointer Field Tek 3 shotgun. I received the gun in good shape. When I assembled the shotgun in the gun store and tried to work the action, I noticed that the bolt was very reluctant to move backwards in the receiver. Took the gun home. Did not field strip it. Sprayed it out with good gun oil. Bolt was still reluctant to come out of battery but not nearly like it was before the oil. Figured it was just new gun stiffness. Got out to the sporting clays range. Loaded two shells in the gun. When I pulled the trigger the gun fired fine but it felt weird. Pulled the second bird and tried to shoot. No click, nothing happened. Cycled the action which was still very stiff. Out came the spent shell, new shell popped out of the magazine and into the receiver. Closed the receiver. Tried another bird. Again, the gun fired but felt weird. Cycled the bolt and out came the spent shell. Tried two shells from another box that I had in my bag. Same results. One box of shells was 1145 fps, the other was 1290. After four failures to cycle, I put the gun away and got my other shotgun out of the truck. When I got home, I field stripped the shotgun. Much to my surprise, there was a flat metal shaving about 2mm wide and 1.5 inches long sitting on top of the trigger group. Continued field stripping. Their were small pieces of metal loose inside the receiver. The metal pieces were pretty numerous and all over the place. Upon further investigation, there were metal shavings still attached where some of the manufacturing operations had completed. These shavings were even covered in cerakote or whatever coating they used on the receiver. I got out my tools and cleaned up the machining and then cleaned the entire gun thoroughly with camp fuel (white gas). I let it dry out then coated everything in G96 lube. In the meantime, I called Legacy and talked to a gunsmith there. He said in addition to what I had done that I should run a couple of 1300 fps boxes through the gun to break in the recoil spring. He told me that this procedure was listed in the owner's manual. I read that owner's manual cover to cover, that procedure was not mentioned anywhere in my copy of the owner's manual. Took the gun back out with the new ammo. Gun performed flawlessly. Changed to lower velocity ammo. Gun performed flawlessly. In short, if you know what you are doing and are willing to spend the time to clean up the sloppy manufacturing and the general debris, you will come out the other side with a really nice gun for a reasonable price. If you are not experienced with guns, you may buy a new gun only to turn around and send it back to the manufacturer (which Legacy was gladly willing to have me do). I am giving the gun 3 stars due to the headaches. Without the headaches it is easily a 4 or 5 star gun. The gun does come with 5 choke tubes and stock shims for drop and cant.

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