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Old April 18, 2010, 09:34 AM   #8
wogpotter
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I just realized that if a piece does not have this stamp upon it then one would have a very difficult time arguing during resale that it is indeed an Uberti.
Maybe not!

I have an Uberti-made, Cimarron-imported/distributed .44 Remington New Army that does not have the "U" in a bore mark. The proof date code is "BZ" (2005)
Instead under the barrel, hidden by the ramming mechanism it says in big, bold letters, "CAL .44 BLACK POWDER ONLY-A.UBERTI ITALY", I was told that this was done in this way to allow the "Cimarron-Fredericksburg" on the top of the barrel to be the most visually apartment stamping on the pistol.
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