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Old 06-10-2012, 07:42 PM   #1
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I have a hard time finding out who the manufacturer was for this top break. If anyone can help please do! It has an L stamped in a couple locations. I think it might be a model 3 clone but I might be wrong.

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Old 06-10-2012, 08:01 PM   #2
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Can you tell us what markings are on the gun? I see what looks to be a proofmark on the cylinder but it is not clear enough to identify. Has it any printing anywhere?



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Anything under the grips?

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I'd put money on Uberti 1875.

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It would be clearly marked. I'll take that money now.

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Yeah under the grips there is a stamp looks as if maybe a "vp" possibly a "vf"

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Can you tell us what markings are on the gun? I see what looks to be a proofmark on the cylinder but it is not clear enough to identify. Has it any printing anywhere?
I added what i see the cylinder has an ELC in a crest like circle and there are no other marks that i can find
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It would be clearly marked. I'll take that money now.
Look at that handle though, that's a Uberti handle man.
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Look at that handle though, that's a Uberti handle man.
That's quite possible.
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That's quite possible.
It may very well be some custom job using some Uberti parts or as a base?


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