Pedersoli Lever Action 86-71 rifles: Boarbuster Red Dot and Stainless Steel Guide Master
SHOT Show 2016 – The Italian firm Davide Pedersoli & Co. adds two new models to its popular (and quality) line of 86-71 lever action rifles, with the Pedersoli Boarbuster rifle equipped with a Red Dot sight and the Pedersoli Guide Master as a stainless steel version for extreme hunters.
Hunters seem to have greatly appreciated the quality and reliability of the Pedersoli 86-71 lever action rifles, and the Italian company stay well connected to this success. And is exactly to hunters that the two new Pedersoli 86-71 lever action rifles have been designed for.
The new Pedersoli Boarbuster Red Dot 86-71 lever action rifle is equipped with a Konus Pro Atomic 2.0 sight, an optical system with two colors and five level pf intensity.
The Pedersoli Boarbuster is based on the 86-71 compact version featuring a 19 inches PMG barrel and a total weight of 7,26 lbs. the rifle is available in two popular calibers: the .444 Marlin (with 12 grooves and a 1:38 rifle twist) or the .45-70 Government (with 6 grooves and a 1:18 rifle twist).
The new Pedersoli Guide Master 86-71 lever action rifle is instead a rugged an all stainless steel version, best fitting adverse or extreme climatic hunting situation.
Completely made of stainless steel, the Pedersoli Guide Master 86-71 is a compact and handy hunting rifle thanks to the short 19” PMG barrel, broach rifled, equipped with a fiber optic front sight and the weaver/picatinny base with integrated rear sight. Caliber is .45-70 Government in a 6 grooves rifling with a 1:18 twist, with a total weight of 7,92 lbs.
The Pedersoli Guide Master stock is made of American walnut and completed with a microcell thick butt plate and swivel stud: it is also available in the grey camo or black camo version.
About Pedersoli PMG barrels...
With the acronym PMG, the Pedersoli manufacturer identifies its Premium Match Grade barrels, realized from CNC machined quality materials and rifling obtained from broaching process, using slowly rotating broaches, pulled while cutting the steel, creating helical grooves, fractions of a millimeter deep at each pass. The same process is repeated with progressively larger broaches, until reaching the desired grooves depth.
The outside barrel surface is lapped and polished with abrasives stones removing any metal roughness and smoothing the surface. The bores lapped and polished whether rifled or smooth bore.
For more information: www.davide-pedersoli.com