The Pedersoli Alamo Muzzleloading Rifle is a reproduction of the historical rifle used by the Texas troops during the battle of the Alamo. Shown on the patch box are two scenes from the war of independence: the resistance of the Alamo, defended for 13 days by 189 soldiers against 4000 Mexicans and “General Santa Ana’s” surrender to General Sam Houston, after the San Jacinto battle, on April 21st 1836. It is provided with adjustable double set trigger and rear sight. Blue finished octagonal barrel and walnut stock.
|Black Powder Caliber||50 Caliber|
|Overall Length||50.625 Inches|
|Barrel Length||20.0625 Inches|
|Trigger Type||Double Set|
|Sight Type||Adjustable Rear, Blade Front|
|Country of Origin||Italy|