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Unfortunately this is another from dad's collection that I can't offer much history for. I remember seeing it around, but I don't think I've ever fired it or really remember him having it out.

I had to chuckle at the "Made in Italy" stamping... dad would often muse "if you can't drive it or eat it, don't buy it from Italy!"... :D

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Note: the marking seen below is a fiber, not a surface scratch...
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It's an Italian reproduction of the Remington New Model Army. These were made by several firms and most are about the same. This gun is worth in the 150 dollar range give or take a little.
 

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The Italians do a pretty fair job on reproductions of our old firearms and, they do make some very nice upper tier shotguns.

I did not know Hawes had some of their stuff made in Italy. I'll have to check my Hawes 1860 Army and see where it was made.
 

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FYI.. you most likely know this, but.. this is a Black Powder pistol and no paperwork is needed to sell it or ship it.
 
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