Iver Johnson Firearms

Did Iver Johnson produce a 5-shot top break revolver and if so when?

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2009-10-09 04:31:05
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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.
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