Richland Arms was an importer in the early 70's
Try the Blue Book of Gun Values
Economical 22 pistol
Inexpensive European revolver of indifferent quality- value about $50.
colt gun collectors site has the info, google it
No published data
Eastern Arms was a brand name used by Sears Roebuck. My sources indicate that these revolvers were manufactured by Meriden Firearms which was a Sears subsidiary from 1905-1915.
Your question can not be answered with the slight info that you have provided.Please include all the info you can about your revolver to include maker,barrel length,caliber,finish,etc.and include all markings.
they have madd arms
Yes, but be careful about WHOM you take info from: In this case, the manufacturer is YOUR BEST BET.
l Blue Book of Gun values
I have been serching for information about Chicago arms model "a" 12ga pump, or the company and there is not to much information out there on the subjects. my weapon has a star before and after *Chicago arms * and is excelent working condition I still use it for hunting. I found one other person than you that as such a weapon and he is in Canada. Although you may be that person I don't know. But if you find out anything I would like to know so I can follow through with my research. Thank you.
made about 1914
Proofhouse.com has Colt sn info
Located in Hockley, TX
FIE is/was an importer. Probably made in Europe.
what kind of info are you wanting to know?
made about 1963....................
Richland Arms was an importer in Blissfield, Michigan, until 1986. The guns they imported were mostly made in Spain or Italy. You probably have a replica of some Civil War era revolver. If it's Blonde colored wood it's probably a Richland Arms Co. Kentucky style pistol. I have a Richland Arms Flintlock rifle called the MICHIGAN rifle in .45 cal. and a wonderful rifle.The arms are rare now and were inported in the 1960's to early 70's. I assume the company is out of buisness now as there's no info to be had on them. The Richland caplock rifles were dangerous so I'm told by a master gunsmith and a friend. The Yorktown was named for blowing off the drum, stripping the hammer and chipping wood out of the breech area. .
It's a silver special edition. I've got #7 in the series... nice gun.
O'Brien Machine Co. manufactured the Silver Knigh Cork Puller when their address was 1620 Highland Avenue, Chicago 26, Illinois. Don't know the date. Anyone seen one of these or know any details?
There's SOME info here; http://www.scripophily.net/hoalarcoma19.html FriPilot
need more info ... what kind of silver dollars?
Inexpensive "working" gun.