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From the early 70's, the Pedersoli Kodiak double rifle. This was one ugly rifle.
Ugly brown barrels, ugly european walnut stock, ugly metal.
Jack Huntington took an interest in it. He is a bit of a double rifle specialist
and does a lot of work for the Africa big game market.

All the steel has been genuine rust blued to the deep blue you see. The stock
refinished with a black walnut/ebony color, semi-gloss. The brass was left in a
nice even patina. It has not been fired since the restoration.
The pictures look good but in person it is fabulous

Double rifles are special, over-under or side by side. They are the choice for dangerous game
because you have two separate rifles on the same stock. Chances are at least one will fire
when faced with a charging lion or whatever.

Shipped to your door; $785.00 $685.00 ***sold 8/10***
The first unqualified 'Ill take it'...takes it.
Only shipped to where it is legal to do so. It is up to the buyer to know the local laws.
 

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Re: Early Pedersoli Kodiak; 58 -$$

I'm not sure about the twist. Looks like about 1:50. The grooves look kinda shallow so r.e.a.l. s may not work so good.
Patched ball and minie's should be good. It is difficult to say how a particular bullet will perform without actually shooting it
with various loads. I just never got around to the paper work.
 
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