44 caliber

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  1. MHF

    MHF New Member

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    We were recently referbing an old house. In a drawer we found a pistol. Never seen anything like it b4. On the side of the barrel it says Hawes firearms co Los Angeles California on the other side it says 44 caliber army model made in Italy and then PN XXVI it was in a leather holster. Anyone know when it was made or where it may have been used or if it's worth anything?
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  3. Hawg

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    Yep, made in 1970. Not sure who made them for Hawes but think ASM(Armi san Marco) It's either an 1860 Colt clone.

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    Or an 1858 Remington clone.

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