I can say that the Iver johnson target model small frame(,22cal)was made from 1925-1928.The iver johnson target large frame(.22cal)was made from 1921-1941.
They do not make a nine shot pistol made by Iver Johnson. These pistols were available in the 1940s.
Iver Johnson made many different firearms. Serial 24474 is one of them.
The Iver Johnson .22cal supershot automatic model 90 witch you describe was made by Iver Johnson between the years 1932-1941.
Your Iver Johnson Target model 55 was made from 1955-1960.
Yes Iver Johnson did make 410 shot guns, I own 2 break open 410 shot guns both made by Iver Johnson.
The Iver Johnson "Cattleman" series was made by A. Uberti in Italy then imported and sold by Iver Johnson. In good shape, around $350.
The iver johnson cadet 55sa was made during the years 1961-1978.
Mine was made in 1928 when was your made?
The company existed with that name from 1871 to 1987. A great source of information on Iver Johnson firearms is the book by W.E. Goforth titled, "Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993".
I am pretty sure the Wards Westernfield Model 53 was made by Iver Johnson. Externally the Model 53 and Iver Johnson Hercules look identical. I believe the Iver Johnson Hercules was made from 1918 to 1936.
I can only say that the Iver Johnson model 57A target was made from 1955-1975.
Iver Johnson was the manufacturer.
These were made by Iver Johnson company. Try searching gunpartscorp.com under Iver Johnson,
The Iver Johnson Hercules grade hammerless shotgun in 410 gauge was made from 1924-1935 by Iver Johnson.With the serial number that you possess I would assume that it was made early on during production.
The Iver Johnson Trailsman model 66 large frame revolver was made from 1958-1978.
Hercules was made by Iver Johnson from 1918-1943, Hercules name dropped in late 30's!
The Iver Johnson Trail Blazer .22 LR. Cal. semi-automatic rifle was imported from Canada from 1983 to 1989. They were made for Iver Johnson by the gun manufacturer Lakefield, Lakefield was later bought out by Savage Arms Company. Try a cross reference with Lakefield's models for a possible find for the magazine. You could go to www.e-gunparts.com and check their rifle forum for a possible answer or post your own question to Bill Goforth on that forum, Mr. Goforth knows all things Iver Johnson and H&R.
Not much, thinking it was made after WWII.
The Enforcer pistol was basically a scaled .30 cal M1 rifle legally sold & registered as a pistol. They were made by both Universal and Iver Johnson.The Iver Johnson had a stock that was grooved out at the right of the bolt for the addition of an M2 auto sear that the Universal did not have and the IJ bolt grouping was more "auto convertible" friendly as well. The IJ was often sold in a full auto version to Law Enforcement agencies.
If it's the Iver Johnson M1 Carbine, they were manufactured from the mid 1960's through the mid 70's. Sorry I can't be more specific.
Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works made a champion model shotgun.