Alaskan Howdah Pistol
The Howdah Pistol is a reproduction of the famous Auto & Burglar model made by Ithaca Company around 1920. This modern version features rifled barrels chambered for .45LC/.410 (3 inch shells) and it is sold as a pistol. The Alaskan Howdah features: matte chrome finish, tang safety, manual shell extractors, flip-up rear sight with brass bead front sight, and a walnut stock with black rubberized coating. The action works by cocking the internal hammers when the action is opened and it has double triggers to select which barrel to fire (front trigger for the right barrel and rear trigger for the left barrel). The forend piece and barrels disassemble like a traditional side by side shotgun. Requires an FFL dealer to ship.
|Barrel Length||10.25" Round|
|Grip/Stock||Black Soft Touch Rubber Coating|
|Sights||Brass Bead Front|
|Action Version||Taylor Tuning Not Available|