25-75 USD or so
what model of revover and condition also age or serial number will help
Serial numbers do not designate calibers. Look on the brrel to ID the caliber.
Can't tell the caliber from just the serial number.
No way to know the caliber from just the serial number
Seldom exceed 90 USD
It would be in 36 caliber or 44 caliber...
These were made by the Iver Johnson Company, about 1910-1935. Serial number records are spotty, company no longer in business.
Virtually impossible to determine caliber by just the serial number.
Herbert Schmidt Company.
The 7G prefix to your serial number indicates that you have a Browning auto-5 lightweight shotgun that was produced in the year 1967.
1914. There was no US Revolver Company- that was a brand named used by the Iver Johnson Company.
The company that made it or the dealer that sold it to you can find out what kind of pistol and know the calibur.
No published sn data. @ turn of the century
Not a lot of serial number data out there for these revolvers. There were made as a "lower price" arm by the Iver Johnson Company from ABOUT 1910 to ABOUT 1940.
No. Serial numbers aer NOT UNIQUE. They are intended to be unique to a given make and model- but a gun can be rebarreled to a different caliber.
The manufacturer is normally stamped on the firearm next to the model, caliber, and serial number.
Caliber can not be determined by serial number.
Impossible to tell from just the sn. if you found the serial number, you will be able to find the caliber of the pistol somewhere carved in the metal.
No published sn data. Turn of the century or so
No published sn data
No sn data available