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  1. Hoping to get some info, history, value, etc

    The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I recently acquired 2 revolvers that I believe are pre WWII. The 1st is a nickel S&W in .38 i believe it is a Victory model. The photos do not show, but there is a "p" stamped in the back side of the cylinder and the front site has "Parker Hale England" on it, not sure if the photos show that...
  2. Newly inherited Ivar Johnson revolvers

    The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Hey, all. I recently inherited 2 IJ revolvers. I think one is a .32 and the other a .38 cal. Their condition is average...the finishes are worn, but smooth. Action is tight, etc. The patent of the .32 says APR.6.86.FEB.15.87.MAY.10.87.MAR.13.88AUG.25.96 on the butt of the gun and the...
  3. Question about cavalry sidearm for historical novel

    General Military Arms & History Forum
    I'm writing a historical novel which features the 4th Cavalry in the Philippines from 1898-1901. I know the Colt 1911 was developed as a result of the weak .38 issued to the army during that war, but what I need help with is info on what sidearm the cavalry, rather than the army, was using at...
  4. Help on (another) H&R Top Break

    Technical Questions & Information
    I want to send this to my brother who lives cross country but don't know if this would be categorized as an Antique to save on FFL costs. No markings on the side so it is a black powder gun with a lanyard loop with a serial number 47515 with markings on the top . EDIT: H&A not H&R, sorry...
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