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WANTED Pedersoli Pennsylvania or Kentucky

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bodark

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Looking for a Pedersoli Pennsylvania or Kentucky style rifle. Would prefer flint but consider percussion in either .50 or .45

Would like to keep it under $650. I was considering a traditions deluxe kit but wanted to see what anyone here was looking to part with before I sunk the time.

Shoot me a PM and I’ll get you my cell.
Shipped to AR

Thanks!
 
IIRC -
-Both the Peder Kentucky and Pennsylvania share the same stock architecture.
-They both came with and without a patch box, depending on the model.
- The Pennsylvania came with a 39"+ to 41" +/- barrel depending on when it was made.
- The Kentucky came with a 28" +/-, 35" +/- barrel.

I have an older .45 cal Kentucky, percussion, 28 1/4" barrel. Factory fitted with drum and nipple - could be converted to flint if one wanted to. No patch box, however it does have one of the nicest pieces of flame figured walnut I have ever seen personally on a factory gun stock. It weighs about 6 pounds. I can get pictures and a wt tomorrow if your interested. It's pretty to look at but I just don't shoot it.
 
IIRC -
-Both the Peder Kentucky and Pennsylvania share the same stock architecture.
-They both came with and without a patch box, depending on the model.
- The Pennsylvania came with a 39"+ to 41" +/- barrel depending on when it was made.
- The Kentucky came with a 28" +/-, 35" +/- barrel.

I have an older .45 cal Kentucky, percussion, 28 1/4" barrel. Factory fitted with drum and nipple - could be converted to flint if one wanted to. No patch box, however it does have one of the nicest pieces of flame figured walnut I have ever seen personally on a factory gun stock. It weighs about 6 pounds. I can get pictures and a wt tomorrow if your interested. It's pretty to look at but I just don't shoot it.
Hey nor’easter - I’d prefer one with the longer barrel but thank you for the offer!
 
Sending you a PM about a Pedersoli Frontier Rifle 50 cal. Never fired. Let me know if you're interested. steg49
 
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Commenting so I can stay informed as I’m in the market for a full stock flint in that “better than traditions, but can’t afford a $1000+ rifle” range and have roughly the same budget to work. I have an invest arms Cabela’s Hawken flint I’m willing to trade for it.
 
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