Author Topic: Replica 1862 J.H. Dance And Brothers .36 and .44 Revolver (Pietta and Uberti)  (Read 2444 times)

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Offline sourdough

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It has been 4 years since I last posted here on the subject and have learned quite a bit about these revolvers in the last 6 months or so, thanks to digging up decade-old posts by Dr. Davis, acquiring his cased Pietta Dance .36 Angleton Texas marked SN C00013 (1 of 35 total produced) in December, shown below, and finding other specimens from a few other owners of both the Pietta (1996) and Uberti (1985) versions.

I have compiled all of my findings to date at the link below and will continue to update the thread as more info/photos become available. If any one on this Forum has anything to contribute, I would be in your debt.


If after reading my thread above, anyone who may have contact information about Mr. Tony Gajewski (possibly in the greater Angleton TX area), that would go a long way toward answering the many questions I have. Thanks in advance!