Sears Roebuck owned the Eastern Arms tradename. Before 1905 they were probably made by Fyrberg Firearms. In 05 Sears bought Fyrberg and established Meriden Firearms Co to manufacture firearms for their retail outlets. In 1915 Stevens bought Meriden and began manufacturing most of the Sears tradenamed long guns, but a revolver would more likely be from Iver Johnson. The plating is probably nickel, not chrome. If it hasn't had much use and hasn't been allowed to rust, it should still be useable but have it checked by an experienced gunsmith before you try it. You might also need a gunsmith to determine exactly which .32 round is appropriate. S&W and Colt each had their own proprietory .32 short and .32 long cartridges which were not interchangeable and it is also possible that the gun is chambered for a .32 rimfire. If it is a rimfire, ammunition is no longer being manufactured. It would have been an inexpensive gun when made and not worth much more in the condition most of these are found today. Have seen similar guns go as low as $25 and, if still like new with the box, as high as $200.
It should be marked on the barrel.
Not enough information provided. Need description of the revolver, including any and all markings on barrel and receiver, type of action and model if available.
@ turn of the century, inexpensive.
what model revolver ??????? what date on the barrel????? value always depends on overall condition.....................
A bit of metal on the underside of the barrel. The ejector rod snaps into the lug when the action is closed.
Not enough information. What are the markings on the barrel? What type of finish? What is the barrel length? What are the grips made out of.l
Depedns on what the barrel is marked as to caliber. Could be rim or centerfire.
Beginning of the barrel to end of barrel.
IN A SHOT GUN, BUTTSTOCK, RECIEVER, BARREL AND FORESTOCK. RIFLE= STOCK, BARREL, ACTION, AND BOLT OR LEVER. IN A PISTOL= REVOLVER, WE HAVE BARREL FRAME GRIPS, CYLINDER AND TRIGGER. SEMI AUTO PISTOLS= SLIDE BARREL FRAME GRIPS, AND MAGAZINE OR CLIP.
He used a 1873 Colt Single Action Army revolver with a 7 1/2 inch barrel. The rifle was a 1892 Winchester lever action.
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Yes, that is a fairly common barrel length.
Need a better description. Is it a pistol or revolver? What are the markings on the barrel or slide? is it a single action(cowboy gun)? is a double action(police gun)?
Need to know caliber, barrel length, type of action (tip or swing).
No one revolver, no one size, no one answer.
Frame, barrel and cylinder
A bullet that has left the barrel has marks left from its travel down the barrel.
A rifle that has barrel removed- not likely. Revolver that has barrel removed- VERY likely.
29,900 in good shape
Provide a DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF ALL MARKINGS, barrel length, finish