Rifles Old West

Springfield Trapdoor Rifle Old West

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Springfield Rifle: at the end of the Civil War (1865), the war department had to replace the excellent muzzle loading muskets with metallic cartridge rifles. Between 1865 and 1866 appeared the first transformation of a muzzle loading Springfield musket made by Allin and in 1868 the first “Trapdoor Rifle” was built, further modified in 1870; three years later a new rifle in the .45-70 caliber answered to all the exigencies. During the following 20 years quite a big number of Springfield Trapdoor rifles have been manufactured, among them also many versions with smooth barrel for cadets, for the target shooting and destined to the Officers. The Springfield rifle is a typical gun of the American soldiers, including General Custer. It equipped the troops also during the Spanish-American War (1898-1899). Davide Pedersoli Co. is pleased to be able to offer flawless reproductions of the three most significant models: the U.S. Army Rifle (S.905), the U.S. Cavalry Carbine (S.900) and the Officer’s Rifle (S.910), this last equipped with a single set trigger, rear sight and Creedmoor sight adjustable in elevation and windage. All of these follow the originals perfectly and blend traditional gunsmith’s handcraft arts to state of the art technology. The Deluxe (L) and Extra Deluxe (LL) versions are characterized by rich engravings. The Extra Deluxe version, more precious for the gold inlays on the frame, the engraving is made also on the stock’s bands.

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Springfield Trapdoor Officer Old West

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Springfield Rifle: at the end of the Civil War (1865), the war department had to replace the excellent muzzle loading muskets with metallic cartridge rifles. Between 1865 and 1866 appeared the first transformation of a muzzle loading Springfield musket made by Allin and in 1868 the first “Trapdoor Rifle” was built, further modified in 1870; three years later a new rifle in the .45-70 caliber answered to all the exigencies. During the following 20 years quite a big number of Springfield Trapdoor rifles have been manufactured, among them also many versions with smooth barrel for cadets, for the target shooting and destined to the Officers. The Springfield rifle is a typical gun of the American soldiers, including General Custer. It equipped the troops also during the Spanish-American War (1898-1899). Davide Pedersoli Co. is pleased to be able to offer flawless reproductions of the three most significant models: the U.S. Army Rifle (S.905), the U.S. Cavalry Carbine (S.900) and the Officer’s Rifle (S.910), this last equipped with a single set trigger, rear sight and Creedmoor sight adjustable in elevation and windage. All of these follow the originals perfectly and blend traditional gunsmith’s handcraft arts to state of the art technology. The Deluxe (L) and Extra Deluxe (LL) versions are characterized by rich engravings. The Extra Deluxe version, more precious for the gold inlays on the frame, the engraving is made also on the stock’s bands.

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Springfield Trapdoor Carbine Old West

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Springfield Rifle: at the end of the Civil War (1865), the war department had to replace the excellent muzzle loading muskets with metallic cartridge rifles. Between 1865 and 1866 appeared the first transformation of a muzzle loading Springfield musket made by Allin and in 1868 the first “Trapdoor Rifle” was built, further modified in 1870; three years later a new rifle in the .45-70 caliber answered to all the exigencies. During the following 20 years quite a big number of Springfield Trapdoor rifles have been manufactured, among them also many versions with smooth barrel for cadets, for the target shooting and destined to the Officers. The Springfield rifle is a typical gun of the American soldiers, including General Custer. It equipped the troops also during the Spanish-American War (1898-1899). Davide Pedersoli Co. is pleased to be able to offer flawless reproductions of the three most significant models: the U.S. Army Rifle (S.905), the U.S. Cavalry Carbine (S.900) and the Officer’s Rifle (S.910), this last equipped with a single set trigger, rear sight and Creedmoor sight adjustable in elevation and windage. All of these follow the originals perfectly and blend traditional gunsmith’s handcraft arts to state of the art technology. The Deluxe (L) and Extra Deluxe (LL) versions are characterized by rich engravings. The Extra Deluxe version, more precious for the gold inlays on the frame, the engraving is made also on the stock’s bands.

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1874 Sharps Silhouette Old West

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Version of Sporting model produced with walnut pistol grip stock and forend.

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1874 Sharps Long Range Old West

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Accurate reproduction of the rifle Sharps Long Range model made in December of 1876, converting rifles with 32” (813 mm) barrels length to 34” (864 mm). At the beginning it was produced with single trigger, only in February of 1879 some hundred pieces have been made with double set trigger. Stock and forend are made of selected walnut, checkered. The stock of civil type with pistol grip and cheek piece enables the shooting stability. The forend is completed with a German silver cap.

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1874 Sharps Little Betsy Old West

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Designed for the exigeant shooter, this new version of the 1874 Sharps rifle is noticeable for its slim lines and reduced size. We worked on the frame, side plate and barrel to round the profiles and by minimizing the dimensions we could reduce the weight to 3.45 kilos; the forged and CNC machined frame features a floral engraving, the stock is made of American walnut, the barrel PMG quality features a matt blue finish. The sights set includes a tunnel front sight and the folding Creedmoor sight. With double set trigger.

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1874 Sharps Competition Old West

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For the target shooting up to 1000 yards, the new Sharps Competition has a high comb at the stock, a wide butt plate and the checkered pistol grip, features that are ideal also for the prone position. The frame, the trigger plate and the lever have a coin colour finish. The rifle is produced with heavy octagonal barrel with Hartford collar. Equipped with rear sight and tunnel front sight with interchangeable inserts, it is drilled and tapped to mount a Creedmoor tang sight.

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1874 Sharps Business Old West

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It is the basic model of the great Sharps Sporting, keeping the main technical characteristics and especially the precision. It has been made for those who look for a faithful, strong, practical lifetime companion. Walnut stock complete with no slipping checkered butt stock. Coated sanded metal parts, case-hardened colour.

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1874 Sharps Buffalo Old West

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Produced for the shooters of the “New Millennium”, the Sharps “Buffalo” possesses all the characteristics for target shooting: heavy barrel, pistol grip stock with great development for an improved adhesion to the shoulder and double set trigger. Forend, equipped with German silver cap, and stock are made of selected walnut.

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1874 Sharps Boss Old West

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This version is expressly created for the new “Era” and in the new “Era” it wants to take the old values of a millennium of history and discoveries, and the “spirit of the Old West” that was not only a characteristic of the 1800’s in America, but that became a wish of freedom for the whole world. Produced with octagonal heavy barrel with Hartford collar, best grade walnut stock, forend with German silver cap. Gold inlaid on the frame “BOSS GUN” makes this rifle unique!

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86/71 Premium Old West

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Special PMG barrel. 5 round magazine. Solid steel locking lugs in a fast strong lever action. Ultra light Microcell memory buttplate 23mm (.511”) thick. Pistol grip with metal cap. Rear sight with elevation and windage adjustments. Tunnel front sight with brass insert. Drilled and tapped for a Creedmoor sight. Optional integral rear sight base to mount modern sights.

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86/71 Guide Master Stainless Steel Old West

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Designed for serious hunters to hunt in adverse climate conditions, the Guide Master model is COMPLETLY made of stainless steel. A compact and handy rifle thanks to the short 19” PMG barrel, broach rifled, equipped with a fiber optic front sight and the Weaver/Picatinny base with integrated rear sight. The stock is made of American walnut covered with a camouflage film, completed with a microcell thick butt plate and swivel stud.

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86/71 Boarbuster Old West

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Solid and easy to handle, typical of the lever action rifle models, easier to handle with the shorter barrel (19”), chambered in .444 Marlin, proofed for factory ammunition up to 3550 bar loads, makes this rifle the right choice for hunting in the bush. The ballistic accuracy of the PMG barrels from Pedersoli with 12 groove broached rifling, , together with the speed and stopping powder of this modern cartridge (2300 fps with 240 grain. bullet) make this rifle ideal for wild boar or deer hunting at up to 200 meters in Europe and in many other countries, world wide. 19” PMG barrel (Premium Match Grade) with 12 grooves broached rifling. Magazine capacity: 5 rounds. Forged frame, CNC machined. Bolt right locking plates made of high carbon steel. Ready to fit an integrate base with fiber optic rear sight, that can easily mount the “red dot” sighting device or a long focal scope. Fiber optic front sight. American walnut stock and frond. Ergonomic stock with micro cell soft butt plate.

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Howdah 45/410 Pistol

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Pedersoli’s Howdah 45/410 is a double triggered, breech loading, extractor pistol reproduction of the famous Auto & Burglar pistol produced by Ithaca in the 1920’s.  Pedersoli’s model introduces completely different characteristics making it legal for importation and purchase in the US.  The main difference is that Pedersoli’s Howdah 45/410 is chambered in 45 Colt, having 10.25 inch,  6-groove rifled barrels with a 1:48 right hand twist and equipped with lengthened chambers to support use of 3 inch .410 shotshells.  The pistol is furnished with a ramp front sight and folding rear leaf sight. The rear grip fits snugly in the hand allowing easily controlled use.

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Rolling Block Old West

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Our Rolling Block rifles are fantastic reproductions of one of the most popular cartridge guns and great rival of the Sharps in its time. The special lock system, is certainly one of the safest, and was subsequently used all over the world. Metal parts made of steel, produced in various calibers and different barrels lengths. All the models can be mounted with front tunnel sights with interchangeable inserts and with Creedmoor sights adjustable in elevation and windage. The Rolling Block Deluxe versions are characterized by rich engravings on the coin colour finished frame.

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Lightning Carbine Standard Old West

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The Pedersoli Lightning rifle is a reproduction of one of the most famous rifles used during the 1890’s by cowboys and settlers of the American West and today very desired by Cowboy Action Shooters, hunters and collectors. To the original American model, we made important modifications to the mechanical parts to make the rifle more safe and reliable.
With great care, we retained the fascination, beauty and appearance of the original Lightning rifle while at the same time making subtle changes to design out the weaknesses of the original and give today’s shooters an accurate and reliable rifle. Available in the Rifle version with 24” and 26” octagonal or round barrels, in the Carbine version with 20” octagonal barrel and Baby Carbine with 20” round barrel retained to the magazine by a shaped double ring band. Both Lightning Rifle and Lightning Carbine are offered with three different finishes: Standard:  blue action and furniture, walnut stock; Premium: case hardened action, semi-fancy walnut checkered stock; Deluxe: coin finish colour for the action and the trigger guard, finished by hand engraving, fancy walnut stock, fine checkering. Both the Rifle and the Carbine versions feature a checkered forend.

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Kodiak Express Mark IV Old West

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Faithful reproduction of the famous “Colt Double” breech loading double rifle produced on the 19th century, the Kodiak Mark IV is no museum piece, but an accessible gun for collectors and satisfied hunters. Very good sighting with the double-leaf rear sight in a dovetail, the tapered round barrels are made of blued steel. The stock is made of selected walnut, checkered and oil finished. The versions in 8x57 JRS and 9,3x74R calibers make the Kodiak an excellent choice for hunting. For these models we have mostly worked on weight reduction and gun balance.
Upon request, all models are available with interchangeable barrels in 20 gauge (S./L.891 - S./L.893). The Deluxe version is characterized by an accurate engraving on the coin colour finished frame and metal fittings.

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High Wall Old West

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Among the rifles that have proudly descended from the legendary American late eighteen hundreds era, there is this classic single shot rifle designed for long range target shooting. The broached rifling barrel is made of high carbon steel, matt blue. The frame has a case hardened colour. It is equipped with a single set trigger. The pistol grip stock with checkered grip panels has the cheek piece and a large butt plate. The checkered forend profile provides a steady and safe grip. It is produced with 32”(813 mm) barrel in the .45-70 caliber (S.804-S.806) and with 30” (762 mm) barrel in the .38-55 caliber with 1:12”/305 mm twist (S.805-S.807). The rifle is equipped with Winchester type rear sight and a blade front sight, drilled and tapped to mount a suitable tang sight matched with the tunnel front sight. The “Classic” version differentiates for the trigger guard feature.

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1874 Sharps ‘Q’ Down Under Old West

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“SHARPS PTD” The name that shooters and collectors all over the world dream about.
To satisfy the request of our customers and shooters, some years ago, we started a project for the production of one of the most famous rifles of the American Civil War era. The range of rifles includes all the most significant versions among the paper cartridge and the metal cartridge models. For all models we have used the best materials and latest techniques, so to ensure a top quality product. The most important parts are machined from forged metals for maximum durability and strength and the deep rifling is broached and ensures excellent results in long distance shooting.
All the models are drilled and tapped to install the Creedmoor sights and the front tunnel sights with interchangeable inserts, except for the military models.
Among the Sharps 1874 models you can find the Sporting model with octagonal blued barrel, adjustable front sight and double set trigger. The Infantry and Cavalry models have a fixed front sight and round barrel retained by steel bands. Infantry model has a patchbox in the stock while the Sniper model is equipped with double set trigger.
All the models are equipped with graduated rear sight with sliding plate and are drilled and tapped to mount a Creedmoor sight. The Sporting model can be completed with tunnel front sight with interchangeable inserts.

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1874 Sharps Old West

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“SHARPS PTD” The name that shooters and collectors all over the world dream about.
To satisfy the request of our customers and shooters, some years ago, we started a project for the production of one of the most famous rifles of the American Civil War era. The range of rifles includes all the most significant versions among the paper cartridge and the metal cartridge models. For all models we have used the best materials and latest techniques, so to ensure a top quality product. The most important parts are machined from forged metals for maximum durability and strength and the deep rifling is broached and ensures excellent results in long distance shooting.
All the models are drilled and tapped to install the Creedmoor sights and the front tunnel sights with interchangeable inserts, except for the military models.
Among the Sharps 1874 models you can find the Sporting model with octagonal blued barrel, adjustable front sight and double set trigger. The Infantry and Cavalry models have a fixed front sight and round barrel retained by steel bands. Infantry model has a patchbox in the stock while the Sniper model is equipped with double set trigger.
All the models are equipped with graduated rear sight with sliding plate and are drilled and tapped to mount a Creedmoor sight. The Sporting model can be completed with tunnel front sight with interchangeable inserts.

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