Richland Arms was an importer that used several Italian manufacturers the same as Navy Arms, Replica Arms, Lyman, etc. To say that all their revolvers were of low quality is a stretch. They used Pietta, Armi San Marco, Armi San Paolo (now Euroarms), and Palmetto. I am not aware of any Spanish made revolvers imported by Richland Arms. Indeed there was only one Spanish manufacturer who produced a replica percussion revolver and that was E.N. Santa Barbara. They produced the Remington New Model Army which is of equal if not higher quality than Uberti or any other Italian manufacturer. CVA imported these but did not put their name on the gun.
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