Pedersoli Indoor Shooting

Pedersoli have introduced a new system to allow practice shooting without the use of black powder, loading only specially designed polymer round balls. An ideal solution for indoor practice allowing training for competition concentrating on the shooting position, breathing control and trigger release.

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Pedersoli have introduced a new system to allow practice shooting without the use of black powder, loading only specially designed polymer round balls. An ideal solution for indoor practice allowing training for competition concentrating on the shooting position, breathing control and trigger release.

How does it work in muzzle loading pistols?
For muzzle loading guns you replace the nipple with the Pedersoli 209 primer nipple conversion. You simply unscrew the conventional nipple,replace it with the conversion nipple (with the help of a wrench or pliers). Load the gun with the special round ball. Insert the 209 primer into the conversion nipple and close the small cover that includes the firing pin. It is ready to shoot. No black powder is needed. After the shot, remove the nipple cover and extract the fired primer. The caps may leave some foul residues that we suggest are cleaned after a few shots. The suggested shooting distance is about 15 meters. System can be used with most Pedersoli single shot percussion pistols.

How does it work in long barrelled revolvers and rifles?
The polymer round balls and the 209 primers can also be used to load a special brass cartridge case designed for use in long barrelled revolvers and rifles in .38 Special and .45 Long Colt calibres. Both the round ball and the primer are hand loaded to the cartridge case, making a false cartridge ready to chamber the revolver’s cylinder. The inside of the cartridge case has a flash channel to direct the action of the primer to the round ball. The flash channel must be kept clear: in no circumstances use black powder in these special cases. After the shot, the spent primer can be extracted by pushing it out with a 2.5mm (.10”) diameter pin punch. The suggested shooting distance is about 15 meters.