Davide Pedersoli celebrates his company’s 60th anniversary in Nuremberg by presenting the latest version of his Boarbuster lever action rifle with a decisively modern and aggressive look.
We have already tested the first version of the Boarbusters in terms of performance and reliability in a beaten hunt. Here you will find the article with the video of Pedersoli Boarbuster on all4hunters.com.
Features of the new Boarbuster lever action rifle : Mark II
The changes made to the gun aren’t purely aesthetic, with the scratchproof Cerakote finish on the metal parts, the polymer stock is adjustable for better ergonomics and precise aiming to suit any scopes that might be used on the gun.
Various scopes can in fact be mounted on the Weaver and Picatinny rail that has a double ramp with a built-in rear sight, so even if you're not using a scope for close range shots taken during a beaten hunt you’ll always have a sight you can count on.
The two positions at 4 cm and 20 cm are for different situations with the relevant optimal position of the rear sight.
The fibre optic sight has been replaced by a Superluminova insert in the front and rear sights, reflective light-absorbing paint guarantees optimal visibility even in poor lighting conditions. A microcell butt pad helps dampen the recoil of the Boarbuster Mark II.
The 19-inch barrel is broach rifled and CNC precision-milled from solid block, which is a characteristic of all Pedersoli guns.
The new Boarbuster Mark II is currently available in two calibres, both of which are excellent for boar and other hoofed game on a beaten hunt; 45/70 Government and 444 Marlin. The magazine holds five cartridges and this compact gun weighs just 3.5 kg.
At IWA OutdoorClassics 2017 the MRSP was unknown.