iver johnson

Iver Johnson was a U.S. firearms, bicycle, and motorcycle manufacturer from 1871 to 1993. The company shared the same name as its founder, Norwegian-born Iver Johnson (1841–1895). After closing, the name was resold and in 2006 Iver Johnson Arms opened in Rockledge, Florida selling shotguns and M1911 pistols. However, the new Iver Johnson company does not have any parts, guns or information relating to the pre-1993 company, and represents a continuation of it in name only.

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  1. CountryGent

    M1 Carbine family parts to keep?

    Other than magazines, what spare parts do you keep on hand to keep a member of the M1 carbine family (e.g., M1, M2, M3, post-war commercial derivatives, et al.) running? Any you've found unnecessary? Thanks for sharing. :)
  2. CountryGent

    Anyone identify this M1 Carbine stock?

    So, I had a passing wacky idea of acquiring an Iver Johnson Enforcer and Form 1/SBRing it. It made it passed the brain fart stage, but I can't believe what those are going for now, so shelved it for now. And I'm not going to bother with the Universal variant; both because they are butt ugly...
  3. Ken Noble

    25 Rem & Iver Johnson 22

    I have a few older guns just sitting around that I have had since the early 60's I know they are much older, would anyone know the value? need a new home. Remington Arm 25 UMC Pump Over Johnson Arms & Cycle works Fitching MASS Model X 22. In the late 1969 I saw the same 22 hanging in the store...
  4. G

    Please help! Can't date Iver Johnson top break

    Hello, I bought an I&J top break at a local pawn shop earlier today. I am having a really hard time dating it. It's plastic owl grip, hammerless, no safety, Nickle plate, 3 large pins and one small pin on lower, 3.25 barrel. I was told it's a .38 s&w. Serial number D646xx. Thank you!
  5. bburns56

    Another Iver Johnson dating question

    While remodeling my grandparents house I found my great grandfather's Iver Johnson hammer-less 38 SW buried in the insulation in the attic. I saw this gun as a youngster over 50 years ago. I was told it belonged to my great grandfather. Surprisingly it is in pretty good condition. No...
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