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I bought this fine little .50 caliber last month as part of a package deal that included a .32 caliber I really wanted (needed?). My plans were to sell it immediately. But it was so nice I've had a hard time pulling the trigger. Now it's got to go to finance another project.

It weighs in at an easy carrying 6 & 1/2 pounds. Total length is 44 inches, with a 28" barrel. You can walk all day with this one.

The length of pull is 13 & 1/4", perfect for a small framed person or heavy winter clothes.

The pictures tell you everything else you need to know except the price, which is $425 shipped to your door.









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The stock is blemish free except for one spot. The previous owner evidently tapped in the barrel pins in one spot with a hammer. I got as good of a close-up of that area as I could.

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The bore is pristine and so shiny it was hard to get a really good picture. Those "spots" you see in the picture are not pits, and not visible to the naked eye (probably dust).




HOW DOES IT SHOOT?

Here’s a report on my one and only range session with it.
http://huntingnet.com/forum/black-powder/331697-shooting-pedersoli-dixie-cub.html


YOU REALLY NEED THIS GUN! (And I really need your cash.)
 

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nice looking rifle. I have one just like it (but with the original sight picture) and its a great little rifle. I've yet to get blood on mine, but I'm sure looking forward to it!
 
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