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  1. Nightshade

    Nightshade
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  2. fireninja13

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    Is it is old enough to qualify as non-firearm for legal purposes (pre-1895ish)?

    If so I might be intrested.

    thanks!
     
  3. Nightshade

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    I honesty can not answer that question.
     
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    The late Bill Goforth was very helpful in personally assisting me in dating my top break .32. Here is his book on IJ revolvers if you are interested.. Because of record losses trying to date IJ's by SN is iffy in some cases. Neat old gun BTW.

    Goforth, W.E. Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Works Firearms 1871-1993

    Rick
     
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    thank you
     
  6. nitestocker

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    hay nightshade my dad had one of those when i was a kid it reminds me a a s&w model 3 boy that takes me back 50 years
     
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