None are listed. Savage made a double that they may have sold to Wards. Mossberg and Noble also were suppliers. Check here for Wards listings
Wards sold single shot and double barrel IJ shotguns under the tradename of Hercules.
I have a 32 caliber hammerless Iver Johnson serial 45158 with a 3 inch barrel how do i find out about it
Hercules" was the trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on shotguns made for the Montgomery Ward Co. Of Chicago.
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The address of the Montgomery County Historical Society is: Fort Johnson, Fort Johnson, NY 12070
Excel was a trade name used by HD Folsom Arms and Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on shotguns made for Montgomery Wards.
If there is a serial number, it should be conspicously marked on the receiver. Shotguns and small caliber rifles did not require serial numbers before 1968, so many do not have one. If it is a break-action single shot or double barrel, there may be additional markings on the bottom of the barrel(s) and on the flat parts of the action that the barrel covers when the it is closed. The Hercules brand name was used by Montgomery Ward on guns made by Iver Johnson and J. Stevens.
Yes, in several variations.
There have been a number of "hammerless" revolvers made, ranging from the tiny Baby Hammerless .22, thru the Iver Johnson and US Revolver Hammerless topbreaks, and includinurrent day Smoth & Wesson revolvers. All DO have hammers that are internal to the handgun frame.
Model 1901 Iver Johnson, semi-hammerless, automatic ejector single gun.
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The address of the Montgomery Cnty Historical Soc is: 2 Mergner Rd, Fort Johnson, NY 12070
Between $5 and $50 unless it has unusual features.
Iver Johnson made a bunch of utility grade single shotguns. Bill Goforth is undoubtedly the foremost expert on H&R and Iver Johnson products and has researched those brands extensively. Look for any books by Bill on that subject, or try posting a question specifically to Bill on Gunbroker.com's Ask The Experts forum. www.countrygunsmith.net
Before 1934, gun companies did not have to put serial numbers on handguns. From 1934 to 1968 only handguns had to have serial numbers, and rifles and shotguns only had them if the manufacturer wanted to put them on voluntarily. You might have an older Iver Johnson that was made in the early 1900s to the early 1930s that was made without any serial number. I'd take the grips off and look all over for any markings. If you want to identify this gun, register for some gun collector's website and read about old Iver Johnsons and post good clear pictures of yours, with close-ups of any writing or marks. Chances are some Iver Johnson collector will be able to tell you what you have and when it was made.
It was made by Iver Johnson after their Champion Model for Montgomery Ward
The web address of the Montgomery Cnty Historical Soc is: http://oldfortjohnson.org
MOST OF THESE WERE MADE BY SMITH AND WESSON AND IVER JOHNSON AND A FEW BY H&R, EARLY 1900'S.
We cant verify the SD108 model number, however: The "Hercules" was the trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on shotguns made for the Montgomery Ward Co. Of Chicago. The "Hercules" made for Wards was a copy of the Iver Johnson "Champion" model which is a single shot shotgun with exposed hammer. They were made between 1909 and 1956.
The phone number of the Montgomery Cnty Historical Soc is: 518-843-0300.
Yes they did make them, around 1930. I own two Iver Johnson SS shotguns with raised ribs, a 410 & a 12ga.
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These shotguns range in price from 70-180 dollars.