Pedersoli Doppietta Wyatt Earp (12 Bore) Section 1 shotgun
Wyatt Earp (1848-1929) was one of the most known personages during the Western epoch, becoming famous for the O.K. Corral shootout in Tombstone, Arizona (October 26, 1881). The event, which has been the inspiration for several movies, reminds us of the gun fight between the brothers Virgil, Morgan and Wyatt Earp together with Doc Holliday engaged with the brothers Billy and Ike Clanton and brothers Frank and Tom McLaurys' joining one Billy Claiborne. Only about thirty shots were fired, not many victims left on the ground but it is remembered as one of the most significant in the Old West history.
The Wyatt Earp side by side shotgun can be easily opened with only one hand allowing very fast loading of the shells. The extraction of the shells is quick and the cocking of the hammers is easy. The walnut pistol grip stock is checkered. The case hardened frame has the writing Wyatt Earp (on request without the writing). 3" (76 mm) Magnum chambers, the chromed barrel bores are blue finished; the sturdy hammers, featuring Colt's style, can be cocked together in a simple and safe manner.
Thanks to all the details the Wyatt Earp is the ideal gun both for hunting and for the best performances in the Cowboy Action Shooting events.
Barrel's length 510 20 1/8
Overall length 960 37 3/4
Weight 3,200 7.05