Baikal shotguns come from a rich heritage. Guns have been produced in Izhevsky, Russia since the 1917 revolution, and before.
Ironwork was produced in this town since the 1760s, and the factory where the guns are produced historically provided the genesis for some of the most rugged military firearms in the world, used by the Russian army during both first and second world wars.
They weathered a varied reputation during the 1980s, but are today considered to be a fine choice for shotgun enthusiasts, with good stock finishes, internal chromed barrels and useful features - all at a price which is highly competitive.
Recommended by shooting journalists, such as Mike George of ShootingUK, for their excellent value for money, these guns come in a variety of configurations, including side by side and over and under.
The 27 over and under, for example, is a highly adaptable gun that, while lacking the pretty looks of expensive sporters and refined gaming shotguns, is easy to shoot from the get go, and is one gun that keeps going.
They have a versatility which is normally associated with more expensive guns, and are known to just keep going and going. Pellpax is proud to stock single barrel, over and under, and side by side Baikal shotguns.