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I have a 32 Iver Johnson that was given to me by my dad and would like to find out some info on it. I know it is a 32 and the SN# on the trigger guard is 11706 and under the handle it's this same only with a S11706. I can't tell you about the hand grip because they are missing. If anyone can help date this gun maybe tell me if it's black powder and what hand grips I need. This gun will probably never be fired it has only personal value. Thanks for any info in advance.
 

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Well, don't know with out more information it would be difficult to determine just what you have, however one use of the "S" prefix was on the small frame Safety Automatic Revolver ( automatic refers to the ejection of the cartridges, not the action ). Serial number 11706 would place it being manufactured in 1907, black powder. If, that is what you have.:)
 

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Thanks for the info. I found this site "Numrich Gun Parts" and they have some pictures of of the same gun broke down into a parts list. It also dates it around the 1900. I ordered the hand grips from them. Once again thanks for your help.
 
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