Re: Opinions of the Quality of Pedersoli Sharps Carbine
Excellent timing as a pard and I are going to look at a used one today. I know it's an older '59 by Pendersoli, but I'll have to find the date stamp when we see it to know what year it was made. Are the older ones, say from 12 to 15 years ago, known to be any better or worse than the newer productions? I too, was under the impression that Pendersoli represented quality and I read now that it ain't necessarily so.
Great info, as always, Curt. Thank you.
Gary Lee Bradford, Captain
9th Kansas Regiment Volunteer Cavalry, Company F
On patrol of the KS / MO border
In honor of my great-great uncle, Pvt. Sidney J. Hatch, 7th Tennessee Cavalry (US), Co. D, who died Sept. 23, 1863, at the age of 21. .