I have number 31
No. The company went out of business several years before the internet existed (1978).
www.e-gunparts.com depending on what you need. I can tell you they don't have a barrel!
cuxg ....what the f#**$## does that mean...??? cuxg
the serial number is under the grips
Its value is undetermined.
At one time, Iver Johnson serialized their firearms with letters. The scheme was using the word "Fitchburg" (where factory was located) F=1,I=2,T=3, etc. If my memory serves me correctly, the "X" stood for zero. HFUX=5170.
If it's in very good condition, maybe about $125 or so. I have one and it is very accurate.
The iver johnson,s arms and cycle works was located at Fitchburg Mass.from 1890-1975.It was renamed Iver johnson arms and cycle works in mid-year 1894.and stayed with that name until incorporated in 1915.The pat dates that you listed are consistent with those dates.If you have a question about a firearm that dates from that period?include the type(rifle,shotgun,handgun etc.)and i can help with it,s identification.Please include all info possable,gauge if a shotgun,caliber if a handgun or rifle.If a rifle,plese include if it is a single shot,pump action,lever action etc.same with a shotgun.
The Supershot 9 was manufactured between 1929 and 1949. Exc V.G. Good Fair Poor 200 170 120 95 65
Not much of a collector's market for these. Rarely go over 125.
Do you know the model name or number? I'm guessing it is a single shot Champion valued from $25 for a parts gun to $125 in Excellent condition with a plain rib. The version with a matte rib runs about $25 higher and the Trap Grade with a ventilated rib ranges from $100 to $275. Double barrel guns will be higher.
I am trying to find the answer to the same exact thing. Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works, FitchBurg, Mass. U.S.A. 22S L&LR/ MODEL 2-X I am going to the ORION BLUE BOOK web site, spend the $4 and find out. When I find our answer, I will come back here and let you know the answer.
The Champion was manufactured from 1909 until 1956. I do not know of any source to find the date of manufacture from the serial number and the company is no longer in business.
It should be marked on the battery.
Theate Freres of Belgium if it is a double with outside hammers. Crescent Fire Arms if it is a hammerless double. Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle if it is a single shot.
Cycle lanes. These are shown by road markings and signs. You MUST NOT drive or park in a cycle lane marked by a solid white line during its times of operation. Do not drive or park in a cycle lane marked by a broken white line unless it is unavoidable. You MUST NOT park in any cycle lane whilst waiting restrictions apply. (I SOURCED THIS FROM THE DVLA OFFICIAL SITE)
Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works and J. Stevens Arms. It could be from Simonis, Janssen, Dumouliln and Co. if it is marked 'Machine Made Belgium Damascus Finish'. Some were made by Harrington & Richardson.
The value of a IV FR Johnsons arms 32 caliber Fitchburg mass revolver is actually dependent upon a number of factors. Most important of these factors would be the condition of the revolver.
I use a 50:1 mixture in my 9.9 Johnson
Pending trouble codes: These are similar to normal trouble codes, but they are set after a single driving cycle, and usually before the check engine light is illuminated. Useful after repair work has been finished
The 2 cycle oil will be marked 2 cycle and have a mixture rating like 25 to 1 mix on the label The Four cycle oil will have a weigh or viscosity rating, 10W30 or W30 weight oil.
No, they ceased operation in1993. They're back as Iver Johnson Arms Inc. at this website. http://www.iverjohnsonarms.com/