Originally Posted by deputy125
looked at a used Euroarms percussion revolver advertised as a .36 caliber navy with a 6.5" barrel. From outward appearances it looks like a remington pattern.
they also had a used Armi san marco .44 for less and it looked like a colt 1860 pattern with brass frame.
I constantly hear about piettas and uberti revolvers but have not read much of anything about these makers.
Found a euroarms home site but no mention of a .36 remington navy there. And unable to locate an armi san marco home page so are they out of business?
are these two makers a step up or a step down in quality as compared to pietta and uberti?
Euroarms are fantastic in my opinion , but I am basing this on thier Rogers and Spencer Target I owne , fabulous weapon , and as good or better than any of my Uberti's ...I would think the Remington your looking at from them is not a Navy but a Whitney or Beals or Spiller . I believe Pietta is the only company curretnly producing that gun in that caliber and in that length now , don't think Ero ever did in a Navy Model ??? Oh Madcratebuilder !!!!
Armi San Marco Polo is no longer in bussiness , and quality was ok to good , to crappy, to excellent , take your pick !!!