PENNSYLVANIA PERCUSSION RIFLE (1750-1850)
By Davide Pedersoli & Co., Italy
a doubt, one of the best reproductions of the American rifles used by
Pennsylvania hunters. It evolved from the German Jaeger hunting rifle
and was a major rival of the British Brown Bess musket during the War of
These percussion rifles have adjustable front & rear sights, casehardened
frame, double set trigger, rust brown octagonal barrel, polished brass
fitting and walnut stock.
Caliber: .45 Grooves: 8 Twist: 1:48 Barrel: 41 5/8" OAL: 56 1/8" Weight: 7.71 lbs.
(Please allow for a 3-9 month lead time for this item)