alsask, I am not personally familiar with your .32 caliber Pedersoli Cub. I was always a bit leary of foreign made flintlocks, but then I ordered a .45 caliber Pedersoli kit from Dixie Gun Works several months before my grandson turned 12.
The kit was their Cub Cadet, and I reworked it to take on a more traditional look: Reshaped the stock, removed the blueing and browned the barrel, removed the modern sights and replaced with traditional sights, and finally, gave the nose piece a new(old)look.
That little .45 shoots -2" groups at 50 yards!
If your barrel is free of pitting, and cleans up shiny and slick, if the touch hole clears easily, and when your quality flint strikes the frizzen, a shower of downward sparks results, you have a winning combination and a squirrel hunters dream!
Enjoy, my friend! A fine shooting flintlock, a crisp October morning, and squirrels working the mast crops is as close to Heaven as you'll get without leaving this Earth!