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Submit the serial number to the company, or ask the expert at a local gunshop.
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Type your answer here... Remove the two screws on the butt and you will find a single screw inside that holds the stock on. Remove the screw and the stock can be removed revealing serial number on top.
This trade name was used by both Crescent Fire Arms and Iver Johnson. If it is a single shot, it will be worth $35 to $75, and if a double barrel shotgun, from $100 to $250, depending on condition.
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Numrich (Gun Parts Copr.) has some Iver Johnson parts.
Start with Gun Parts Corp and then start looking hard. Old gun parts are getting hard to find.
gunpartscorp.com has the best collection of Iver Johnson parts
These were made by Iver Johnson company. Try searching gunpartscorp.com under Iver Johnson,
I have a 32 caliber hammerless Iver Johnson serial 45158 with a 3 inch barrel how do i find out about it
Online! Search Iver Johnson information; There are forums that have experts or links to answer any question you have. I have yet to find a single source for everything Iver Johnson...
Generally, you can't. If you can identify the model, you can determine the years in which it was manufactured, and sometimes narrow that down by variations in the model's specifications.
If you can find one, yes.
NEWPORT was a tradename used by the catalog/hardware giant Hibbard, Spencer& Bartlett Co (HS&B) in Chicago up until WW2. The single barrel guns were made by various contract manufacturers such as Iver Johnson and WH Davenport.
Most gun shops. Your Iver J is in caliber 38 S&W, which is NOT .38 Special.
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If you've ID'd it as an Iver Johnson product, I'd guess it is a Champion model which was made from 1909 to 1956. I think Sears may have dropped the Eastern Arms name sometime earlier than that, probably in the 1930's.
You find a gunsmith.