Most of the guns they list have the manufacturer listed Uberti, Pietta, Pedersoli, etc but some just say "dixie gunworks so and so".
Who makes those?
Also who are your favorite C&B revolver manufacturers? Can you really go wrong with any of them?
Manufactured by Pietta/Italy
Current black powder and firearms manufacturer established in 1960, and located in Gussago, Italy. Both firearms and black powder reproductions and replicas are distributed in the U.S. by E.M.F. Co., Inc., Cabela's, Dixie Gun Works, Taylor's & Co., Inc., Legacy Sports, and Traditions, Inc.
Pietta manufactures good quality black powder and modern firearms reproductions in many configurations for various American companies
Dixie gun works link
I forgot to add that Uberti is probably the best today. I have and have had many kinds(Navy Arms ,CVA even Colt -which I think were made by Uberti anyway) including a brass frame Dixie Gun Works 1851 Colt style one I gave my BIL Years ago,(1960's) I liked Centenial Arms.
Still have it.
Dixie's Rogers & Spencer revolvers are from Euroarms. Aparently, Pedersoli recently bought Euroarms and closed them down, at least for the time being.
I have several cap and ball wheelguns:
-Ruger Old Army
-Uberti Colt 1851 Navy squareback
-Euroarms 1858 Remington
-Pietta 1858 Remington (5.5" barrel)
-Pietta Remington Navy .36
The Piettas were both bought within the past 5 years or so and are nicely finished. The Uberti is mid-90s vintage and is very well made. The Euroarms 1858 is a very good shooter but the blueing isn't as nice as the Uberti or Pedersolis. The Ruger Old Army dates from the mid-1970s. None of the Italian guns compare with the robustness of the Ruger, as essentially it is a New Model Blackhawk redesigned into a cap and ball revolver.
I'm planning on getting one of the Euroarms Rogers & Spencers. Most of the reviews I've read have been extremely positive and I want to get one while they are still available new.