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Author Topic: Replica 1862 J.H. Dance And Brothers .36 and .44 Revolver (Pietta and Uberti)  (Read 59 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.

https://blackpowdersmoke.com/revolvers/index.php/topic,560.0.html

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!

jspadberg@centurytel.net

Regards,

Jim