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According to gun data .com they did. I am currently looking for parts for one of these

tip-up .32 cal. revolvers.

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Q: Did Crescent manufacture a Howard Arms 32 caliber revolver?
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What is a Howard Arms 32 revolver hammerless model?

Howard Arms was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck on revolvers made by their subsidiary company, Meriden Firearms Co., from about 1905 to 1915. The only "model" designation would be the caliber, .38 or .32.


What is the age and value of a 5 shot 32 caliber howard arms company top break revolver?

Howard Arms was a name used by the Meriden Arms company from around 1905 to 1915. There are no records available to give you a better date. Their value is around $100.


Where can you find information about a 5-shot 38 caliber top break Howard Arms revolver that has no other markings or numbers?

HOWARD ARMS CO. Tradename used by Meriden Firearms Company (1905-1918) on revolvers. Meridan was a subsidiary of Sears Roebuck and produced firearms for sale through their catalogs and retail stores.


Hammer type howard arms 32 revolver can tell you what year its made?

No published sn data.


I have a howard arms 38 special what is the originand years of manufacture?

I suspect your firearm is a .38 S&W, not a .38 Special. The latter is more powerful and too much for an older .38 S&W revolver...so the .38 Special case was lengthened to avoid such a mistake. In the same way, the .38 Special case was lengthened to create the .357 Magnum in 1935. I have a small revolver I believe to be made by Howard Arms and found this site while researching my gun. I know nothing more at this time.


Did Crescent Firearms manufacturer a side by side 12 gauge shotgun for Howard firearms co?

Probably.


What do you know about Howard Arms 22 caliber rim shot?

Blue Book of Gun Values


What has the author Harmon Howard Rice written?

Harmon Howard. Rice has written: 'Concrete-block manufacture, processes and machines' -- subject(s): Concrete


What is the value of a Howard Arms co 38 hammerless revolver?

Meriden used the Howard name of guns it made for Sears about 1905. They were fairly cheap guns then- and now. Value $25-80, depending on condition.


Where can you get parts for the Howard Arms .32 cal revolver and is Howard Arms still in business?

HOWARD ARMS CO. Tradename on shotguns used by Fred Bifflar & Company of Chicago, Illinois, made by Crescent Fire Arms Company. I would expect that the same hardware store would have used the same tradename on handguns which were probably made by the same company. Unfortunately, both are long out of business but Crescent was purchased by Stevens which was purchased by Savage Arms, so someone at savagearms.com may be able to tell you something. A little additional research found an answer on Ron Gabel's site that says Meriden Arms made the Howard Arms revolvers. The only dates I can find for Fred Bifflar are 1870-1890, but it may have started earlier and must have ended later. Crescent was established in 1892 and Meriden Arms didn't exist until 1905 and I find several references connecting these two companies with Bifflar retail business.


What is information on a Howard Arms Co 38 revolver that has stamped on the Barell Secret Service Special?

Secret Service Special was a trade name used on inexpensive revolvers retailed by the Rohde-Spencer Company of Chicago. The Howard Arms Co name was distributed by H&D Folsom, usually on shotguns made by their subsidiary company, Crescent Firearms, or imported from Belgium. If R-S ordered revolvers from Folsom, they would quite possibly have both names.


What happened to Bobby Howard who played for the Chicago Bears?

Bobbie Howard went on to manufacture fitted top sheets in bedding after retiring from the Chicago Bears. Howard and his partner T.Trace, from Niles, MI, now own the Willis Tower soon to be named Cliff Stroud Estates.


What is the history of the Howard Firearms Company?

HOWARD ARMS CO. was a tradename on shotguns used by the hardware store Fred Bifflar & Company of Chicago, Illinois. They were made by Crescent Fire Arms Company which was purchased by Stevens which was purchased by Savage Arms.


What has the author Howard Livingston Hastings written?

Howard Livingston Hastings has written: 'Top horse of Crescent ranch' -- subject(s): Horses, Folklore 'Watch, Shepherd of the Range' -- subject(s): Dogs, Folklore 'General Douglas MacArthur in picture and story'


Is Ken Howard related to Ronnie Howard?

No, Ken Howard and Ronnie Howard are not related.


When was Margo Howard-Howard born?

Margo Howard-Howard was born in 1935.


When did Margo Howard-Howard die?

Margo Howard-Howard died in 1988.


Is Ken Howard related to Ron Howard?

Ken Howard is not related to Ron Howard. Ron Howard's father is Rance Howard.


Why is the howard school called the howard school?

The Howard School Derwent Way Rainham Is Known as The Howard Because of Dorothy Howard who play a major rool in Medway council. The Howard Is Also known as The Howard Grammar HighSchool & The Howard Bi-Lateral School


Is Terrence Howard single?

No, Terrence Howard is not single.


Is Howard Morris single?

No, Howard Morris is not single.


Is Moe Howard single?

No, Moe Howard is not single.


Is Ron Howard single?

No, Ron Howard is not single.


Is Arliss Howard single?

No, Arliss Howard is not single.


Was Ronnie howard adopted?

No. Howard was born on March 1, 1954 to parents Jean Howard and Rance Howard.