No never the owl was the logo on the grips only, there was the bulldog, the young American and so on. Go on line and Google Iver Johnson firearms or go to gunbroker.com to find the worth or get the standard catalog of firearms or the Blue Book of Gun Values..........
The .22 Supershot was made from 1929-49. In 100% condition it books at $150. Another source of information on this firearm (and most other Iver Johnson firearms) is the book by W.E. Goforth titled, "Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993".
I can find no '65A' but they did make a 55A, eight shot revolver from 1961-1978. Value of the 55A, depending on condition, would be $95-$225. Later models had 'Iver Johnson Sportsman' on it.
Numrich (Gun Parts Copr.) has some Iver Johnson parts.
You will need to do some research into the company lore to find that out although it seems unlikely. I just bought an Iver Johnson, and I find no seriel number. Instead, I find T F X where the number should be on the barrel and body.Strictly speculation, but I'm guessing that could be where the initials idea came from.l
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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...
You need to be more specific ie model caliber and all marks as has been said in previous questions and answers. To help identify the model try going to Google and entering Iver Johnson You will find several FAQ pages and they will help you in making an model id a previous answer said there were a million 38s made between 1897 and 1908 so all the info you can provide will make the answer more accurate Another source of information on this firearm (and most other Iver Johnson firearms) is the book by W.E. Goforth titled, "Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993".
condition is very important, see what they go for at auction and try to compare the 44 bulldog is not a 44 special it takes a 44 bulldog shell i use a 44 mag hull cut it off and pack it with 20 grans of black powder and a .440 diamenter round balland it seems to do fine Another source of information on this firearm (and most other Iver Johnson firearms) is the book by W.E. Goforth titled, "Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993".
Eastern Arms Company was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck. The guns were manufactured by Meriden Arms, Iver Johnson, Stevens, Savage, and probably others.
They did make .270 barrels for conversions of other firearms, but I'm unable to find any references to them ever manufacturing a bolt action .270.
The book, Iver Johnson's arms & cycle works handguns, 1871-1978 is out of print, but the author of that book, (W.E. "Bill" Goforth) did write another on the same subject called Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993. This book is published by, and available from Gun Show Books Publishing. www.gunshowbooks.com
sorry icant answer your question. i have a Iver Johnson 8 shot cadet model 55s serial# c27518. and i cant find any info either so don't feel bad. i do no they were manufactured from 1955 to 1978.
How specific do you want? You won't be able to find out who the previous owners were or what they used if for, unless maybe it is listed on some stolen property report. This model was manufactured from 1931 to 1957. There are a couple of guys who hang out at antiqueguns.net who have written (or are writing) books on IJ and may be able to give you an exact year of manufacture. Value will be $75 for a well-worn but serviceable gun and $175 for one that is like-new. Another source of information on this firearm (and most other Iver Johnson firearms) is the book by W.E. Goforth titled, "Iver-Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993".
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.
Most gun shops. Your Iver J is in caliber 38 S&W, which is NOT .38 Special.
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Iver Johnson 9mm magazine awnserit takes the Iver Johnson 9mm model magazine (its a very specific mag) but you can find them at numerich (e-gunparts.com) just search for the make, model, then part. but just so you know for a 20rd mag it will cost you about 50 dollars plus shipping
You might try http://www.e-gunparts.com.