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  1. Technical Questions & Information
    Is 120 grain +p more powerful then a normal 130 grain round
  2. Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers
    I recently got this revolver from someone else who didn't know exactly what it was either. After a week of deep internet research I can't figure it out. The closest I can figure is that it's a Norwegian 1893 Nagant. With that being said, I keep finding small differences with every modle of the...
  3. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Hello everyone! A pleasure and experience to meet you all and thank you for your visits. This is a .38 which I inherited from my loved father. Now he’s asleep in death from heart failure at the age of 69. My father has left behind many old rifles also. This is a .38 he kept beside his bed...
  4. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I’m helping out a friend who inherited a gun from their great uncle. I measured the barrel at 4.5” and it says 45 Colt on the barrel, but I can’t seem to find a match for it.
  5. General Firearms Discussion
    Hey guys! I got an ultrasonic cleaner and have been using it over the past couple days to clean some guns. I have been pretty successful but did my first revolver today and feel I may have damaged the finish/metal. See pics for the issue. For context - I used a Hornady ultrasonic hot tub...
  6. Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers
    Greetings I Decided I want to collect old west firearms, and managed to get my hands on what I take is a Belgian made P. Webley and Son Bull Dog Pocket Revolver. However, The person that sold me this gun didn't know anything about her, so I was hoping with the pictures I'm providing we could...
  7. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Got this revovler from my father. No markings on it besides serial number. Have no idea what make or model. It is top break, 5 shot revovler. 2 inch barrel.
  8. Technical Questions & Information
    I'm new to this forum so forgive me if I'm missing an old thread or a better place to put this one... I got an Iver Johnson 32sw (not long) hammerless a year back. It is an older model that has the black powder style leaf spring in the grip. It seems to be in great condition and shoots...
  9. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Hello, I picked this Model 1900 (Possibly Iver Johnson) Revolver up a few days ago from a parts bin at a Flea Market and wanted to get some advice on it, like more details about it and if all the important parts that should be there are there. I planned on maybe trying to restore it and use it...
  10. Technical Questions & Information
    I have an old Arminius .32 L revolver I'm fixing up, it has a really bad rattle in the frame where the trigger assembly attaches to the frame. Is there any way to snug that up better?
  11. Technical Questions & Information
    Hi, I recently was handed down a H&R revolver. I've done some research and it seems to be a New Large Frame Hammerless. However, I took it down to replace the worn hand (lever) and found what appears to be a Small Frame hand and sear (according to Numrich). Can anyone help with ID so I can...
  12. Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers
    I acquired a couple of revolvers and would like to know more about them. #1 is a .32 made by the US revolver co serial number 26829 #2 is a .38 I believe was made by Iver Johnson arms and cycle works serial number 4639
  13. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I recently acquired this Iver Johnson .38 Safety Automatic. I've tried doing some research on it and it just seems to come up weird and some things don't make sense for me. Pictures are attached in the link. Serial number 100 is stamped on the trigger guard, grip, and under the top near the...
  14. Technical Questions & Information
    Hi first of all this is a Starting pistol and im in Sweden so sorry for any spelling mistakes. Basically a break open revolver workshop by pulling down the ”barrel” area butik it makes lika a spring pop which shoots up all the cassings. But min e stops where it is supposed to start to make the...
  15. Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers
    Have this one on the way i won at an auction. All i know is supposed to be english made and 32 caliber black powder from the 1870s up. Anyone know the exact modell ? Thanks
  16. Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers
    I have an enfield that has multiple proof marks in which I don't understand The crown on every part Behind cylinder FTR/53 the broadhead arrow with 4 K TOP OF BARRELL below crown is 40 and weird emblem
  17. Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers
    Saw some videos and seemed like it was louder. I like the louder noise to it just seemed more old-fashioned and aggressive. want to get colt python but rather get the older one if this is the case not sure if its just the videos.
  18. General Firearms Discussion
    Why didn't any (or many) revolvers have removable cylinders that could be used as a clip because a rifle like that seems useful as it would be cheaper and easier to use if rifles could be revolvers and most of the problems could be fixed by a cylinder being used as a clip
  19. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I inherited a .32 smith and Wesson revolver. I am trying to find information on it. The serial number is four digits and begins with 4XXX. Where can I find information on this?
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