Pedersoli Kuchenreuter

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Summary: The description, specs and photos for the Pedersoli Kuchenreuter pistols.

Manufacturer’s Description

Bartholomaus Joseph Kuchenreuter lived between 1782–1864 in Steinweg, near Regensburg, in Germany. He was the son of Joseph II, a well known gunmaker and black powder shooter.

The standard version.

Pedersoli says its Kuchenreuter reproduction target pistol, the original model of which was produced around 1854/1855, is the masterpiece of its production. Features include a single set trigger and vertically adjustable rear sight; a rust-brown finish on the barrel with the writing “BARTH. IOS KUCHENREUTER and the silver inlay Kuchenreuter mark; a grained walnut stock with an oil finish; and color case hardened metal parts.

Two versions are available: standard and deluxe. The deluxe version features gold plating on the engraving’s background.

The Specs
Caliber Capacity OAL BBL Weight
.38 1 16.75″ 11.25″ 2.64 lbs.
.44 1 16.75″ 11.25″ 2.53 lbs.

MSRP: n/a

The deluxe version.

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