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  1. Technical Questions & Information
    This is my first post on The Firearms Forum, and I'm very much a noob. I have a couple of questions that I hope do not sound ridiculous. Can the "old" style H&R .32, 6 shot, break tops ( large frame ) be fitted with parts ( cylinder & barrel ) from the 1905 and later, .32's? First, will the...
  2. Introduction Forum
    Hello, one and all. I'm Steelburner (from my past welding hobby). I'm 82 years old, retired of course, from a major insurance company specializing in the US Military but available to all. I've been target shooting and on an occasional deer, turkey, or dove hunt since 1966. I have a Glock 17...
  3. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    hello, My son inherited an Iver Johnson .32 5-shot double action revolver from his grandfather. I would like to know the year it was made and if it can shoot the modern .32 short ammunition. Serial number B71632 and it has the flat spring in the handle. Thank you for your assistance.
  4. Technical Questions & Information
    Hello. I need the year of manufacture of a U.S. Revolver (Iver Johnson) Hammerless .32 caliber 5-shot top break revolver, 3 1/4-inch barrel so I think Medium Frame since it fires .32, not .22. The serial number underneath the barrel is 55931. There is no stamped information under the handle. The...
  5. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    The top Iver Johnson is a "Secret Service Special" in .38 S&M 5 shot with patent 1917 safety and serial number C198. I'm trying to identify the date of manufacture. The second Iver Johnson is a "Safety Automatic" in .32 S&W (short?) 5 shot with serial number 36483. I am unable to remove the...
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