Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you're a novice or a pro. I would imagine a slug or hot turkey load could be pretty bad. The only group he was assocaited with was the masons. The stock on that old 370 is just birch, but the wood-to-metal fit is astounding. Our only goal is to make sure your are happy with your purchase.
A prime condition example rare in the standard gauges 12. The barrel has only a few scattered light marks. The plate has light wear at the heel and toe with sharp serrations and lettering, in Very Good-Fine conditon. Then if he says it's in good mechanical condition and you have your life insurance paid up, a few fingers or an eye to spare then go ahead but use only appropriate ammunition. They're interesting old guns but they'll never be real valuable or collectable compared to a lot of other shotguns but mine's an heirloom so it's gonna stay in the family. From the numbers that have been queried and responded to by Mr.
In 1896, the Iver Johnson company first began building bicycles under their own name and in 1900 the absorbed the remains of the Lovell Diamond company and began branding their production under both names. Iver Johnson's most successful years in producing hundreds of thousands of inexpensive revolvers, shotguns, bicycles, etc. The 500,000th bicycle was likely made during 1930 or 1931 as Bill has listed 505785 and 505,768 as being part of the production for 1931. But it's good with shot; my dad got a lot of pheasants with it back in the day. I took a lot of rabbits, quail, and pheasant with that little 410, Later stepped up in power to a Stevens Model 311 double-barreled 16 gauge; which also served me well.
I'm wondering if anyone knows if a stock from a larger framed gun would fit frame on my smaller 410 framed gun. The hammer locks back and the trigger releases the hammer. All Auctions are conducted in Pacific Time. Dad was still in the military and overseas at the time. A few years ago I picked up a Champion. Just picked it up two days ago. It may have damascus barrels and was not designed for more modern 3 inch or magnum shells loaded with high pressure smokeless powder and steel shot.
If you are not satisfied, for any reason, please contact us before leaving negative or neutral feedback. It has Persons Supreme pedals and Torrington bars, does that sound correct as well? The well known gun researcher and writer, the late Mr. Please leave feedback when the gun is happily received, this tells us that you have happily received your item. Please understand that this is an approximation of where those breaks might occur and use this information as it was intended, that is to give a very basic model to help attribute an Iver to roughly the decade it was built in and not to date any bike to the actual year of construction. The champion has a 1915 patent date on it.
It list almost every shotgun sold in the United States during that time period. But last year I did try some slugs through it and discovered that they group real well at 25 yds. Can anyone tell me about how old it is? Shooting 3-inch mag turkey loads is a fool's errand for sure. I may Duracoat it since it has no finish and looks terrible. An ounce of 6's will kill a turkey just as dead. The gun, as you can see, is in presentation style display and shows no sign of firing.
But the chamber pressure when you shoot them in the short chamber is higher than the shell it was chambered for. It is our goal to resolve return issues to keep all parties satisfied with their dealings look at our feedback. I'll never repeat that in my life. Thanks for your timely response and knowledge. It is my understanding that the ribbed model did not survive the war in the lineup so you time line is about right.
I had a chance to buy a 32 ga when I was a teenager visiting my aunt in Canada. It's a good old working class shotgun that's so pristine looking that I'm afraid to take it afield much. Come for the info, stay and make some friends. Was just wondering because if it doesn't have sentimental value, you are probably going to have more into the gun than it is worth when you are finished unless you can find another used gun for next to nothing for parts. Yes, it pins down the year made, you'll have to figure out the month yourself take the total made for the year and divide by 12. At age 13 back in 1953, I got my first shotgun, an Iver Johnson single shot 410.