I agree with Mykeal. A straight on side view would be more "diagnostic" but it looks like there are not as many barrel threads showing on this gun as in the other makes (Uberti, ASM, Pietta) that actually produce a copy of the 1863 New Model Army 44 that has about 6 threads showing whereas this one has only 2 or 3 exposed as in the late Beals model. The Euroarms/Armi San Poualo guns are the lightest weight, smallest gripped of the Italian repros. I like them.
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Last edited by Hellgate; March 9, 2013 at 10:49 PM.