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  1. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Can anybody tell me how to identify a model number on this Stevens 12 gauge? It has no model or serial number on it I can find. It is stamped J. Stevens Arms and Tool Company Chicopee Falls Mass. USA. As far as I can tell that makes it pre-1916, but doesn’t narrow down the model. The only other...
  2. Introduction Forum
    Hello & good morning, I'm Joey - I am based out of Southern New Hampshire. I just turned 22 and am a budding collector of historical arms, as well as a very avid WW1 and WW2 reenactor. I own a '39 Kar98k, an '05 Gewehr 98, Norinco Type 56 SKS, and a '53 PPS-43. For more modern weapons, I own...
  3. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Picked this up at an estate sale for a little of nothing and I figure it's on the old side since modern clips just aren't made like this. Only marking is a set of numbers stamped on the bottom. No other marks. About 5" long overall and looks like it would take a cartridge that is about 2" long...
  4. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Hello, new to TFF I Recently inherited a Iver Johnson revolver I know nothing about the year or model or what caliber it is hopefully someone has some info on this one the serial under the grip is H83662 I believe the holster is original but it is missing the snap if anyone could recommend where...
  5. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    I have here a flintlock pistol I purchased recently. There was no identification other than “old gun” I was wondering for anybody could tell me around wha time it’s from, the maker and the origin, as well as any other information.
  6. The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum
    Hi there again! I created one thread yesterday with one of my hummerguns here and you really helped me identifying it. So I decided to post here all of my unidentified vintage arms. The first one: http://imgur.com/a/qWlho ( I dont know anything about it, even origin) The second one...
  7. Technical Questions & Information
    I'm looking to Identify and date my flintlock pistol I recently bought so I can buy a replacement frizzen and other parts. I believe it is a jukar. 45. the only marking I found was behind the lock. It's says spain. Also looking for a place to buy parts if anyone can point me in the right direction.
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