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  1. Iver Johnson Help

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    Hi, I have a question about an Iver Johnson. I have an Trailsman 66s, 22 cal, 8 shot. It is a snub nose 2 1/2 in, model # K16075. This is all the info that I have. Also, would you happen to know the approximate value? Thanks for any help you can provide!
  2. Iver Johnson pistol

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    i have a top break iver Johnson 32 s&w it has the coil spring under the rubber owl heads and bares a G16xxx number I was wondering if anyone could help me put a date on the weapon
  3. Iver Johnson .38 SPL

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    My husband has had this Iver Johnson .38 SPL pistol for 30+/- years. It's not easy to see, but there is a groove along the top of the frame (for a rear sight?). In searching online and in this forum, I came across this thread...
  4. Iver Johnson .38 S&W "Safety Hammerless"

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    I'm new here and found you guys, ironically, via the post by 'Army Colonel' just yesterday about a similar Iver Johnson pistol to the one I have. Mine was carried by my grandfather on business to Mexico in the 1920's. This forum is wonderful, by the way! And, I have also just ordered the book...
  5. ID another IJ

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    This was my first IJ purchase. I think it's a second model hammerless 32 but not sure. Any info would be helpful. SN H25071 under left side grip
  6. Iver Johnson identify

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    I bought this IJ pistol complete with box and extra cylinder. SN 51817 is found on the bottom of the handgrip and on top under the cylinder. The installed cylinder fits and works well, the extra Has a portion machined larger than the rest inside each tube of the cylinder. The extra doesn't seem...
  7. Manufacture Date for Iver Johnson Safety Automatic, First Generation

    Technical Questions & Information
    To fill out the colorful history of my Great Aunt Carrie, an estimate of the date this Ivers .32 1st generation revolver was manufactured. Note the shortened barrel. Carrie carried the revolver in her garter when she, and her husband George, were smugglers in the Hawaiian Islands in the late...
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