Shoppers please note that we will not accept any returns on this revolver or its parts. This listing is for the Cylinder only, but the other items listed may still be available. The description and photos are sufficient. As our Late Proprietor used to say, we guarantee it not to shoot; if it shoots and functions well, then we’ll issue a refund. This is a specimen of a long 55 year run of one of the most popular revolvers ever made, the Iver Johnson .32 Safety Hammerless, manufactured from 1892 until about 1950. From this revolver’s D74000 range serial number, and from Mr. Goforth’s postings, we estimate it was manufactured in 1901, Second Model made for Black Powder Cartridges and not designed to use Smokeless Powder Modern Cartridges. Type is full time double action tip-up, caliber .38 S&W Short Cartridge with low velocity loads, 3 1/4 inch barrel. Surface detractions are extensive, as the photos show. Very little bluing remains, and some of the surfaces have been sanded. Superficial pitting affects perhaps 20 percent of the surfaces. We classify this Iver Johnson as only Fair, at best. It seems to be missing the rotor that engages the cartidge ejector. The ejector itself is intact, but if it fires, it will need its cartridges removed by removing the cylinder, a matter easily achieved by lifting the rear sight lever. Firing pin appears intact but flattened, as the photos will show, and the firing pin bushing is home made brass. Note the superb condition of the grips. Wear is confined to the lower area sides, a small amount of flattening on each panel. Screw shows brown toning throughout, but slot stress is only moderate on the screw. Brass screw escutcheons are intact and excellent. Bore and cylinder chambers show about 25 percent light internal pitting. This listing is for the Cylinder only, but the other items listed may still be available.
We’re offering this revolver’s parts as follows:
- Grips and screw - $ 59.00 Barrel and Top Strap Assembly - $ 59.00
- Trigger Assembly - $ 49.00 Cylinder - $ 49.00
For best results, however, just buy the whole thing – all for only $ 119.00. No FFL Required for parts only. Revolver is not transferable to Massachusetts civilians unless they hold a C&R License. Shoppers please note that we will not accept any returns on this revolver or its parts. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Grips, Magazines, slings, holsters, scopes, mounts, parts & most any small light items, entire accessory orders only $7.00 total shipping no matter how many a person buys. $7.00 for an entire order, Not $7.00 per item or anything of the sort. $15 Flat Fee on magazine orders to Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico, and gun parts to PR civilians must ship to an FFL. Magazines and any small light non-gun items ride free with ammo orders. We accept checks with no more than 7 days hold. MC or Visa phone- or fax-in orders shipped same day; USPS Money Order paid items shipped same day. Internet phone hours 8:30 – 4:30 CST Mon – Fri. Robertson Trading Post 117 Front Street PO Box 365 Henderson, Tennessee 38340. We buy, sell, and trade. Always have, since 1952.
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