Yes they did. There were a million (1,000,000) Type 2 .38 (1897-1908) top break revolvers made, and I am looking at one on my desk right now. There are no doubt many others.Additional AnswerThey also made what I believe to be the same model under discussion - the one with the Owl in the grips - in .32 S&W.
Yes, in several variations.
What is the value of iver johnson 6 shot top break revolver?
50-150 USD or so
These were made by Iver Johnson company. Try searching gunpartscorp.com under Iver Johnson,
The value of an 1896 Iver Johnson 22 caliber 7 shot revolver is dependent upon a number of factors. The condition of the revolver would need to be taken highly into consideration when determining the value.
i would love to know also
100 to 200 dependent on condition
If your revolver is an Iver Johnson Viking, it is a top break revolver. Holding the revolver in your right hand (finger OFF the trigger) use thumb and forefinger of left hand to grasp barrel latch (between back of cylinder and hammer) lift the latch, and revolver breaks open. If this does not work, take it to a gunsmith.
It is a top break style double action revolver that was made by the Iver Johnson Company from 1910-1935. Value is not great, but will be heavily influenced by condition., averaging around $125-$150 for a specimen in Very Good condition.
value depends on overall condition. the break open pistol stems from turn of the 1900's, and are not in the real collectible world......................
at the cylander break
What years did they make the 38 top break revolver? How can you know how old one is?
Probably 1888, if it is a top-break. Worth $75 to $250, depending on condition.
As far as I know Iver Johnson made .22 break-top revolvers from 1900 to the 1930's and they were all seven shot if there were some five shots made I've never seen one.
Magic Johnson's Fast Break happened in 1988.
Magic Johnson's Fast Break was created in 1988.
A top break revolver
President McKinley was shot with the same model gun. The patent dates are 1896 and 1899.
they were break-open tyoe revolver and I believe they were made during the 1920-1930's
October 20th 1583
the serial number is under the grips
Yes....I own one and love it. Breach break and double action. It was a cheap gun used for concealed carry as a boot gun or pocket carry.
The company was called Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works from 1891 to 1883. They made top break .32 S&W and .32 Specials from 1892 on. A great source of information on this firearm (and most other Iver Johnson firearms) is the book by W.E. Goforth titled, "Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993".
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