UBERTI, A. S.r.l.
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UBERTI, A. S.r.l.
Current firearms, black powder, and accessories manufacturer established in 1959, and currently located in Gardone, Val Trompia, Italy. In late 1999, Beretta purchased Aldo Uberti & Co. S.r.l., and the company name was changed to A. Uberti S.r.l. Currently imported and distributed (beginning 2003) by Stoeger Industries located in Pocomoke, MD. Also imported and distributed by Cimarron F.A. & Co, located in Fredricksburg, TX, Taylor´s & Co, located in Winchester, VA, Dixie Gun Works, located in Union City, TN, E.M.F., located in Santa Ana, CA, Cabela´s, located in Sidney, NE, and Tristar Sporting Arms, located in N. Kansas City, MO. Previously imported until 2012 by Navy Arms, located in Martinsburg, WV, and until Dec. 2002 by Uberti USA, located in Lakeville, CT. In 1958, company founder Aldo Uberti became the first Italian black powder manufacturer to build a reproduction Colt black powder pistol. At the time, he was an employee of Beretta, and his wife Gepi (still living), is directly related to the Beretta family. Inspection of the factory records reveals that the first black powder reproduction (1851 Navy) was returned from the proof house on Oct. 14, 1959. Mr. Uberti, who passed away in 1998, began manufacturing reproductions and replicas in quantity for Val Forgett of Navy Arms in 1959, and throughout his career produced all of the original Colt black powder designs. Please refer to Colt Blackpowder Reproductions & Replicas – A Collector´s & Shooter´s Guide (ISBN: 1-886768-11-0) for color pictures of Uberti makes and models listed below.
For more information and current pricing on both new and used A. Uberti S.r.l. firearms, please refer to the Blue Book of Gun Values by S.P. Fjestad (also online).
Black Powder Reproductions & Replicas and Black Powder Long Arms & Pistols by Dennis Adler are invaluable sources for most black powder reproductions and replicas, and includes hundreds of color images on most popular makes/models, manufacturer/trademark histories, and up-to-date information on related items/accessories for black powder shooting - www.bluebookofgunvalues.com.

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