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I’ve had this for quite a few years. I bought it off a friend. Can anybody tell me who made it? Thanks, Jim
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Sorry about the duplicate pictures 🤷‍♂️
ARMI SAN MARCO of Italy ...the owner was apparently the son-in-law of Aldo Uberti. Just GOOGLE "ASM black powder revolver" to dig out as much info as you want. As one of the first Italian black powder revolver makers, a lot of us old timers got them as our first BP revolvers in the 1960's ...as I remember, mine was reasonably made and reliable
 
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Thank you OLUT. I have been educated. I had no idea what ASM was. I did google and got educated.
When I was a kid, my dad and I were shooting handguns at the range. A man was there shooting c&b. He let us shoot it. I wanted one for years after that. A buddy sold me this one. I’m not much of a shot with a handgun but it is fun.
 

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If you can make a better image of the stamps, particularly the letters in the little box cartouche, we can tell you what year it was made in.
 

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