Model: Navy Model
Caliber: .44 caliber
Location (city or county): Corona/Norco
Price: $100 firm
Will ship (Y/N): No
Other info: Got this a few years back used. never fired it. I think it is a 1860 Model with brass frame. Numbers match. Could only find a little info on it from another board.
"I have done some research into these Belgian made Model 1860s or Centennial Armies or Centaures as we call them in Europe, see www.1960nma.org. They were imported into the USA from 1959/60 to about 1970 by Centennial Arms Corp. of Lincolnwood, IL. Their barrel marking on top of the barrel is "1960 NEW MODEL ARMY" or "1960 NEW MODEL ARMY" CENTENNIAL TRADE MARK or "1960 NEW MODEL ARMY CENTENNIAL TRADE MARK CHICAGO U.S.A. or CENTENNIAL TRADE MARK "1960 NEW MODEL ARMY". During the 1960s Centennial Arms Corp. extended their line of C&B revolvers with Italian made replicas like from Armi san Marco. These Italian imports are marked CENTENNIAL TRADE MARK on the left side of their barrels."
First "I'll take it" posted here gets it.