Dating nod 32 updating psp via computer
Ive had her for over 17 years or so and have had trouble dating it. I know it's not valuable but she's an heirloom is all. Safety Hammer model was built from 1892' to 1950' in various models.I believe it's a model 3 .32 Safety Hammer but could be wrong. This thread may help it narrow it down some , it covers a number of early Iver Johnsons in it's 6 pages .Windows® is a trademark of the Microsoft group of companies.
Right now it plays like a choose-your-own adventure, even though the system allows for more complex scenarios.Sends you email, gives you an sms notification option.It offers people free membership to an extend and if they wishes to use or find interesting or useful they get paid registration. Who used scientific approach to find perfect partners.Serial number (5348) is located on bottom of trigger guard and under the grip. Narrowing it down If your .32 is a 5 shot it's the "small frame model", a 6 shot is the large frame model The 3rd model started production in 1908 and continued until the start of WW2 While I've yet to date your revolver the fact that it's a 4 digit serial number with no prefix would seem to indicate it's fairly early, although it has later model wood grips . id=IVER_JOHNSON_ARMS_CYCLE_WORKS_REVOLVERS_TOP_BREAK_MFG_1887_1978" target="_blank"While I've yet to date your revolver the fact that it's a 4 digit serial number with no prefix would seem to indicate it's fairly early, although it has later model wood grips . id=IVER_JOHNSON_ARMS_CYCLE_WORKS_REVOLVERS_TOP_BREAK_MFG_1887_1978" target="_blank" From what I understand the 3rd model had coil springs instead of leaf springs so at it's youngest it's 75 yrs old, at it's maximum age it's 109 yrs old [post 1908] and it was made for smokeless powder.
Pay special attention to post #56, the fact it was special order could explain the no prefix serial # I collected, ah, cheap topbreaks including Iver's, H&R's, Webely's, Enfield's and S&W's for several years and have some books on them that are up in WA state right now.
Still, I’m happy with what I was able to accomplish in very little time (~12 hours)!