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Pedersoli Liegi

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Pyro, May 8, 2013.

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  1. Pyro

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    I had a real one of those long ago Pyro.
    Long befoe i got into black powder.
    I can't believe i threw it away :banghead::banghead:
     
  3. kituwa

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    I have a Ethan & Allen double that looks a lot like that from the side except it does not have a folding trigger. I carry it all the time when im out walking.I usually keep it loaded with number 8 shot for snakes.I use 15grs from a cut down .223 case for a measure followed by a felt wad, then the same measure for the #8 shot. Its fun to shoot and its small enough that i can stick it in a pocket.
     
  4. M-Cameron

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    I got the kit from Dixie and I love it...

    It goes together pretty easy, all you have to do is sand and stain the grips and blue the action.... The barrel on mine came blued.

    10 grains if FFF an a .45 cal ball make a surprising amount of recoil.

    Accuracy is non existant and don't expect to hit anything over 4' away..... But then again, it was designed as an " across the table" gun.
     
  5. Pyro

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    From the reviews I read nowhere did I see if the action was able to be disassembled completely, I'd love to buy the kit and give it a nice plum brown finish but from the picture the action comes whole.
     
  6. M-Cameron

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    i just looked at mine...

    it appears all you need to do is remove a few screws and drift out a pin and you should be able to completely disassemble it.
     
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    Cameron, thank you! :)
     
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