New product in sight: Pedersoli Double Flintlock Shotgun

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  • Sean
    By: Sean On 10/09/2019
    Rating:
    5.0

    I'm ready to buy one! I love enough about it to add it to my collection.
    One Question: In one of the videos they say that there will be rifle barrels to go with it.
    Any Idea if they are being worked on?
    I don't want to buy it until I can get it all together

  • Richard T.
    By: Richard T. On 01/03/2019
    Rating:
    5.0

    The Pedersoli Double Flintlock Shotgun, I was/am disappointed with this, I would have thought they would have used better lock design, i.e. something like the Mortimer. Also the trigger guard back swirl, only suits a hand of the right size, as a man with small hands, I'd end up with them cut.
    So in a nutshell, I wouldn't buy one!

  • Alhazred
    By: Alhazred On 15/11/2018
    Rating:
    5.0

    Ah yes, a new product for 2017.

    hmmmm I guess I can go an get one now right?

    OPS!!!!! looks like it wasn't released until
    September 2018
    I mean October
    I mean November
    so sorry I meant to say December 2018

    ... sure

    Lets be honest these guns either come out in 2019 or never do.

  • swathdiver
    By: Swathdiver On 24/10/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    Any news yet on this?

  • usmusket
    By: Usmusket On 09/10/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    An update please!

  • jerry collins
    By: Jerry collins On 22/09/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    needs to have regular checkering grip&forend

  • Jay O
    By: Jay O On 21/09/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    Any updates on this beautiful flintlock double barrel shotgun? I was excited when it was announced and have been optimistically waiting for it. I think this would be a great gun and hopefully a win for Pedersoli. I am very interested and hope it will be available soon.

  • NoGrayPonytail7
    By: NoGrayPonytail7 On 08/05/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    Lose the che
    ckering and offer it in 10 gauge. Please?

  • Mojo1961
    By: Mojo1961 On 30/03/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    Looks good. Interchangeable chokes would be awesome. 10, 12 and 20 gauge choices would be great too!

  • Jerry Buchanan
    By: Jerry Buchanan On 08/03/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    is this released yet??

  • Mark Infantino
    By: Mark Infantino On 18/12/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    I think a wider trigger bow would be more suited to this early style flint fowler which would
    add a lot of appeal to this gun. The current design is more suited to a percussion double gun.
    I have had many original double flints and the trigger bow has always been wide except one
    which was a Parker Field late 1860's double flint which had a narrow trigger bow.

  • Dennis Norton
    By: Dennis Norton On 17/12/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Beautiful......simply beautiful!!

  • Mark Infantino
    By: Mark Infantino On 28/11/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Awesome! Finally someone building a double barrel flintlock fowler. I would love to see it in 12ga and 20ga with a little more drop in the stock and having some classic checkering and not the basket weave shown. I can't wait to see the release of it because I will purchase one in a heart beat,
    Great going Pedersoli on this new product addition...two thumbs up.

  • Geomander
    By: Geomander On 23/11/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Wow, a double-barrel FLINTlock shotgun of modern production, that would really be something! Let's hope, it don't come in such a 'kiddie-caliber' like 20 gauge. Or, at least, not exclusively -- please give us the option of something bigger; 10 gauge would be nice, 8 would be great ;-)

  • Hovey Smith
    By: Hovey Smith On 18/07/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    That looks like a 12 bore gun to me. It should do very well. For my ducks, geese, swan etc., I much prefer something between 11 and 10 gauge. With good loads any of these will do at close range on even these large fowl.

  • cyberjim
    By: Cyberjim On 11/07/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    I'm hiding my piggy bank on myself now in case this comes in a coach gun-ish size for the dense bush around here. I have been waiting a long time for an SxS flinter that I can maneuver in the thick stuff.

  • Bill Iliff
    By: Bill Iliff On 22/06/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Please say it's a 12 ga and right around 7lbs.

  • Ric Carter
    By: Ric Carter On 22/06/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Should be a 20 bore, and get rid of that terrible "checkering".

  • Mark Jackaman
    By: Mark Jackaman On 21/06/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Capable of teaching left AND right handed shooter how to flinch. You should do a nice English 1776 pattern rifle or a Baker or a Ferguson!

  • WCJ
    By: WCJ On 20/06/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Please put a little more drop in the stock unlike your other shotguns. There're like trying to point a 2 by 4 piece of lumber.

  • Sean
    By: Sean On 10/09/2019
    Rating:
    5.0

    I'm ready to buy one! I love enough about it to add it to my collection.
    One Question: In one of the videos they say that there will be rifle barrels to go with it.
    Any Idea if they are being worked on?
    I don't want to buy it until I can get it all together

  • Richard T.
    By: Richard T. On 01/03/2019
    Rating:
    5.0

    The Pedersoli Double Flintlock Shotgun, I was/am disappointed with this, I would have thought they would have used better lock design, i.e. something like the Mortimer. Also the trigger guard back swirl, only suits a hand of the right size, as a man with small hands, I'd end up with them cut.
    So in a nutshell, I wouldn't buy one!

  • Alhazred
    By: Alhazred On 15/11/2018
    Rating:
    5.0

    Ah yes, a new product for 2017.

    hmmmm I guess I can go an get one now right?

    OPS!!!!! looks like it wasn't released until
    September 2018
    I mean October
    I mean November
    so sorry I meant to say December 2018

    ... sure

    Lets be honest these guns either come out in 2019 or never do.

  • swathdiver
    By: Swathdiver On 24/10/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    Any news yet on this?

  • usmusket
    By: Usmusket On 09/10/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    An update please!

  • jerry collins
    By: Jerry collins On 22/09/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    needs to have regular checkering grip&forend

  • Jay O
    By: Jay O On 21/09/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    Any updates on this beautiful flintlock double barrel shotgun? I was excited when it was announced and have been optimistically waiting for it. I think this would be a great gun and hopefully a win for Pedersoli. I am very interested and hope it will be available soon.

  • NoGrayPonytail7
    By: NoGrayPonytail7 On 08/05/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    Lose the che
    ckering and offer it in 10 gauge. Please?

  • Mojo1961
    By: Mojo1961 On 30/03/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    Looks good. Interchangeable chokes would be awesome. 10, 12 and 20 gauge choices would be great too!

  • Jerry Buchanan
    By: Jerry Buchanan On 08/03/2017
    Rating:
    5.0

    is this released yet??

  • Mark Infantino
    By: Mark Infantino On 18/12/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    I think a wider trigger bow would be more suited to this early style flint fowler which would
    add a lot of appeal to this gun. The current design is more suited to a percussion double gun.
    I have had many original double flints and the trigger bow has always been wide except one
    which was a Parker Field late 1860's double flint which had a narrow trigger bow.

  • Dennis Norton
    By: Dennis Norton On 17/12/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Beautiful......simply beautiful!!

  • Mark Infantino
    By: Mark Infantino On 28/11/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Awesome! Finally someone building a double barrel flintlock fowler. I would love to see it in 12ga and 20ga with a little more drop in the stock and having some classic checkering and not the basket weave shown. I can't wait to see the release of it because I will purchase one in a heart beat,
    Great going Pedersoli on this new product addition...two thumbs up.

  • Geomander
    By: Geomander On 23/11/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Wow, a double-barrel FLINTlock shotgun of modern production, that would really be something! Let's hope, it don't come in such a 'kiddie-caliber' like 20 gauge. Or, at least, not exclusively -- please give us the option of something bigger; 10 gauge would be nice, 8 would be great ;-)

  • Hovey Smith
    By: Hovey Smith On 18/07/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    That looks like a 12 bore gun to me. It should do very well. For my ducks, geese, swan etc., I much prefer something between 11 and 10 gauge. With good loads any of these will do at close range on even these large fowl.

  • cyberjim
    By: Cyberjim On 11/07/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    I'm hiding my piggy bank on myself now in case this comes in a coach gun-ish size for the dense bush around here. I have been waiting a long time for an SxS flinter that I can maneuver in the thick stuff.

  • Bill Iliff
    By: Bill Iliff On 22/06/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Please say it's a 12 ga and right around 7lbs.

  • Ric Carter
    By: Ric Carter On 22/06/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Should be a 20 bore, and get rid of that terrible "checkering".

  • Mark Jackaman
    By: Mark Jackaman On 21/06/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Capable of teaching left AND right handed shooter how to flinch. You should do a nice English 1776 pattern rifle or a Baker or a Ferguson!

  • WCJ
    By: WCJ On 20/06/2016
    Rating:
    5.0

    Please put a little more drop in the stock unlike your other shotguns. There're like trying to point a 2 by 4 piece of lumber.

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