The gun case on the photos and on the short video is not a product of the modern age’s creativity, but growes its roots back to the 18th century. Universal gun cases suitable for use as pouch were so popular in those times. Similar ones were used in the „kaiserlich und königlich” army, by the […]
A short clip from my recent historical shooting/experimental archeology project. Recreating the original load of the Napoleonic period 1796 M Austrian Jägerstützen.
A good friend of mine asked me to try Pedersoli’s muzzle loading Rolling Block rifle. This is an in-line rifle designed for Sabot hunting bullets. Here are some 50 m and 100 m range tests, including the usual review.
Inspired by british muzzleloader’s youtube channel I decided to try my 1867/77 Werndl single shot Austro-Hungarian military rifle to 200 meters. What a beautiful day this was for shooting.
Here are Pedersoli’s new items for this year, with the first look on the long waited 1854 Lorenz rifle proto. Also a new target pistol the Howdah 45LC double barrel pistol and a new percussion shotgun.
Here you can find catalog for all the brands, which can be ordered through our shop. Please note, that not all the products and variations are on our webshop, so if you find anything interesting in these catalogs, don’t hesitate to contact us. Attention! Blackpowder guns are free of sale within the European Union, but cannot be […]
The Rogers and Spencer is considered one of the best revolvers of the Civil War era, and it is still very popular among target shooters. In this video I am comparing an original to a Pedersoli and to an Euroarms version. History, technical specs, disassembly, and lot of shooting, even some long range fun! From […]
Continuing the original vs repro series: the 1862 Colt Police is one of the best looking percussion revolvers ever. Let’s compare an original made in 1862 to the Uberti repro. And let’s shoot them both of course! As the civilian market for pocket pistols increased, Colt designed scaled down versions of its popular 1851 Navy […]
The “Small Arms of the WWI” serial of the C&Rsenal YouTube channel has many great videos and worth to follow them. Their newest video is about the Mannlicher 1895, which is important regarding to the history of Hungary.
A muzzleloader is a precise tool, we all know this. On 50 and 100 meter, which are the most common distances on competitions, an experience shooter can shoot several shots in one hole. But according to 19th century documents the light infantry and the jägers/marksmans of the regular infantry used to shoot up to 250 yard […]