Iver Johnson Serial Number Lookup

Posted By admin On 02.09.21

There were many more than that which were marked FI Mod.D. Bluestacks android emulator for windows 7 64 bit free download. Known serial numbers seem to indicate that at least a couple thousand were made with the CPA S/N prefix. The ones marked IVER JOHNSON PONY, while of the same basic design, have several subtle differences and seem to be of a somewhat lesser degree of fit and finish.

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wondering if anyone can help me identify a purchase I made today.
Iver Johnson, 6 shot .32 s&w (poss 32 long, they fit - I didn't try to fire)
the only serial number on the pistol is 4721 and can be found under the trigger guard and / or under the walnut grips. Has
Iver Johnsons arms & cycleworks
Fitchburg, MASS, USA
engraved on sight radius over barrel. Break open top, has two prongs that latch. Nickel finish in bad shape (70%) 4 inch barrel.
The cyl unscrews from the frame for cleaning, and it's the HAMMERLESS
If you can tell me what model I have, circa of production, black powder cart/smokeless cart? Seems to work well. Would really like to avoid blowing up in my hand, though. Is this fit as something I could leave in a drawer for the roomates instead of leaving one of my 1911s for home defense?
Sorry if these questions seem a bit layman - any info is appreciated.
Oh, and I paid $80. I figured worst case scenario it's tradable for a $100 food card :-)
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Location: Middlesex, New Jersey

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Established in 1883 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Company has produced a wide variety of firearms during its existence. In 1894, the firm became 'Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works.' It is perhaps best known as a major manufacturer of inexpensive but serviceable pocket-size revolvers in .22 rimfire, .32 S&W, and .38 S&W calibers, serving the same sizable market niche as Hopkins & Allen and Harrington & Richardson in the late-19th through mid-20th centuries. During that time, beginning in 1890, the Iver Johnson owl's head logo appeared on the grips of most of its revolvers. Its best-known marketing slogan, 'Hammer the hammer,' referred to a hammer-block safety and frame-mounted firing pin that prevented a revolver from firing accidentally if dropped on the hammer spur, introduced in 1904 on the popular Safety Automatic double-action revolver line. Iver Johnson continued arms production until it was liquidated in 1993. Many 19th century handguns made by Iver Johnson and its predecessor Johnson and Bye are difficult to identify due to the lack of a maker’s name on the gun.

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