I have pictures of my Iver Johnson M-55 and the original ad when it sold for $26.95 brand new in the box. I also can attach pics of my Iver Johnson M-55, if that is the model you are interested in. Until Next Time - dthomas
That will depend on which Iver Johnson you have. The one most commonly encountered is the single shot Champion which will range from $25 for a parts gun to $150 in like-new condition. If it has a matted rib, add $25 in all grades. If it has a ventilated rib, those prices nearly double. Then there are the Skeeter Model and the Super Trap, both single shots which run from $375 to $1100. A Hercules Grade side by side double barrel lists from $250 to $550 and the Silver Shadow, an over-under double barrel manufactured in Italy for Iver Johnson, lists from $150 to $350.
Try these sources: Numrich gunpartscorp.com Jack First jackfirstgun.com Bob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com
I might be able to help with your question .... "How old is and Iver Johnson 22 model 55 A ? . I purchased a new in 44 years ago in June of 1963.
The Iver Johnson New Trailsman was made between 1985-1991.That is the best that I can do.The serial numbers per year of production are not available in the public domain.
Try Numrich Arms or Jack First -- On that Front Sight -- Not sure what you need to do, but the typical fix is to drill it 6x48 and install a new bead sight. email@example.com
Unfortunately, manuals for guns are a fairly new thing, and Iver Johnson has been out of business for some years. If you leave a message on my message board with a description of the gun, will try to help- but there ARE no manuals for many guns- never had them.
In the case of guns, "antique" has a legal meaning- made before 1899. The value of your Iver Johnson will be based on the exact model and the condition. Although well made, these were not high $$$ guns when new. Value could be anywhere from $50 to $300 (for a perfect new-in-box specimen)
This gun cannot be sold without a license. It is too new so you would not be able to just sell it to someone or to a pawn broker.
As far as I know, they don't make new ones, only 1911 45acp's and M1's, etc.
If the date is April 20, it was made by Stevens. If it is June 15, it's an Iver Johnson product. If it's something else, we would need to know what other markings are on the gun to identify the maker, but any utility double barrel is worth from $25 if it's rusted or busted up to $250 if it is in new condition.
This was a trade name sold by Sears Roebuck, c. 1900-1940. Probably manufactured by Iver Johnson.
approx 700 ea.
Woody Johnson bought the New York Jets on January 18, 2000.
you can find some parts like a new or used bolt assm. or parts matching the carbine from brownnells.com or cheaperthandirt.com but sorry no luck finding a new pistol stock. (if you do buy a bolt for it make sure you buy the right one there's two types, a flat, and a round and you must use the same type)
The revolver is displayed at the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society in Buffalo, New York.
Could have been made any time from the early 1900's up to about 1960. The guns were made by Crescent, Harrington & Richardson, and Iver Johnson for sale by Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. Value today is $35-$75, maybe $100+ if absolutely like new.
Corrected the spelling of Iver Johnson. IJ made good utility grade firearms. Prices are not high, but do vary by model, caliber, and condition. A market value could be anywhere from $10 for a poor condition sidearms to $250 for a new-in-box specimen- most go for about $50-$75. They made a LOT of these- it was the gun of the shopkeeper, the mechanic, or the homeowner- not the collector.
If it is really 100% like new, maybe $100.
You can buy an original Yugo M72 RPK barrel from www.apexgunparts.com or www.centerfiresystems.com You can buy a brand new Yugo M72 RPK barrel made by Green Mountain from www.copesdist.com, but beware, the barrels are "in the white" and will need all off the pin cuts done, the gas port drilled, and the whole thing will need to be pararized or blued.
I believe the only Iver Johnson made with a 2 inch barrel and is not a break but a swing out is actually called the "swing out" made is several calibers 22, 32, and 38 and 2,3,4 inch barrels they were made from 1977-1984. In NEW condition they are a $100 gun.
I purchased a new one of these 44 years ago in June of 1963. Various types of model 55 were produced from the 1950's to the 1970's.
Gunbroker on the net just sold one new condition for 785 plus shipping charges. Sure have gone up from what I payed for mine.
The artist is called Bon Iver, but I'm not sure what the title of the song is! Artist is Bon Iver and the song is Flume