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I asked this question, in the Saloon, and now I'll ask it on the Wire. I have a cap & ball revolver, that I states: "Replica Arms Marietta Ohio Made in Italy", in tiny letters near the wedge. Other than a few tiny inspector's marks, on the frame, there is no, zero, nana, indication of who made this reproduction. I bought this revolver, years ago, from Dixie Gun Works, when they carried that brand. I know Uberti was around at that time (1967), and perhaps A.S.M., perhaps A.S.P., as was Zoli, who made the 1863 "Zouave" rifle. I do not think Pietta was around back then, or Chiappa, or even Pedersoli. Some of the Italian clone makers have bit the old dust. I am thinking perhaps it could be Uberti. I've seen these revolvers, for sale, on the gun selling sites, from time to time. They don't last long. Just wondering if anyone knows who made them. Thanks. W.K.