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You have an Iver Johnson 2nd Model 9th Variation Safety Hammer Automatic Revolver made in 1906. It is chambered in .38 S&W and is considered a black powder frame. It is not safe for modern smokeless ammunition.
 

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You have an Iver Johnson 2nd Model 9th Variation Safety Hammer Automatic Revolver made in 1906. It is chambered in .38 S&W and is considered a black powder frame. It is not safe for modern smokeless ammunition.
Thank you for the information! So not .32 S&W? That’s what was listed on **********. Not that ********* listings can always be trusted (as is the case here)
 

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Thank you for the information! So not .32 S&W? That’s what was listed on *********. Not that ********* listings can always be trusted (as is the case here)
A lot of people don't know what they have and make assumptions. I have also purchased a 3rd Model that was listed as a .32 S &W but when it arrived was actually a .38 S&W.
 
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