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I bought an Iver Johnson single barrel 12 guage shot gun. Can anyone tell me about this gun?

All I can find is 593 FE and 593 BE. Can someone tell me about the gun and a ballpark figure of the value? Thank you.

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It was built on the 1890 Hopkins and Allen patent and is very similar to several dozens of inexpensive single shot shotguns.

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I have a Iver Johnson 12ga double barrel with 30" barrel's s/n 28586 How old is it and What is the Value?


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Looking for an Iver Johnson double barrel receiver


Going to be a pretty impossible task. Numrich is your best bet and although Iver Johnson are still in business, they don't want to get involved with old guns.

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    Have an Iver Johnson, single shot 12 ga.new in 1957 and been used very little. Serial number shown as HFFC -- what does that mean? It has full choke. What length shell should it use.


    I think we might have answered your question on another forum, Jim....but if that wasn't you, the I.J. serial number system at that time was letters based on the word "FITCHBURGX" Your gun, H F F C would then be serial numbered 5 1 1 4. Another fellow said that it was probably a Champion....I'm not an expert on I.J. shotguns but I have no reason at all to doubt that. The Champion series was a long and widely sold model. Do a web search on that, "Iver Johnson Champion", and see if any match yours. If not, you can post a link to a pic of your gun and I'll see if I can id it for you. Chamber length....if it's NOT well marked that it can take a 3" shell, stick to 2 3/4" only. 2 3/4" will cover 99% of anything you might want to shoot anyway. Stay away from solid slugs (brenneke's).

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    What kind of gun is a ives johnson arms and cycle works with serial#65851?


    It is Iver Johnson, not Ives Johnson. You always need to know the calibre, and that should be marked on the barrel.

    There are lots of pictures here.

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    Info Forum here on serials

    http://www.thefirearmsforum.com/threads/iver-johnson-serial-number-help.141829/


    Still in business, but no support from older weapons

    http://www.iverjohnsonarms.com/


    Pricing here, but you have to know the model

    http://bluebookofgunvalues.com/Gun_Values/Manufacturers/IVER_JOHNSON_ARMS_CYCLE_WORKS?id=IVER_JOHNSON_ARMS_CYCLE_WORKS

    and finally Wikipedia information on the company and weapons produced. Let me know if you need anything else?

    Iver Johnson Wikipedia the free encyclopedia

    Dec 24, 2015 | Optics

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    Trying to find year and manufacturer of a single shot 410 breakover shotgun. Serial number L5972 has serated area by notched site.


    iver johnson single barrel champion shotguns with a single letter suffix to the serial number were manufactured between 1920 and 1929. it seem that most of the 410 were used quite a bit and very few are in excellent condition. the original finish was an oil finished stock, browned barrel and case hardened frame.

    CHAMPION MODEL 36--------------------------------1909-1922
    Single barrel; rebounding center mounted hammer; top lever operated break open design; gauges: 12, 16, and 20; barrel length: 28, 30, and 32 inches (features barrel and lug forged in one piece) bored full chock only; American black Walnut but* stock and fore-end; automatic extractors; weight 6¾ pounds; overall length with 30 inch barrel 45 inches; case hardened receiver (nickel available as option), browned barrel; automatic ejectors extra cost option; .410 bore, 24 and 28 gauges offered in 1913; 24 gauge dropped 1928; all gauges except 12 dropped after 1941; name changed to Champion single Barrel in 1917.
    CHAMPION SINGLE BARREL---------------------------1923-1978
    This is the same gun as the earlier Model 36 champion except that the smaller gauges are now built on the same frame as the large gagues. See above picture for specifications. The exact year production stopped has not yet been determined. Some of these single barrel shotguns have been seen with Canadian marking, these were most likely shipped to Canada and then marked as there is no evidence that Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works ever had a manufacturing factory in Canada

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    Iver johnson 12 gauge single shot breakdown. Serial number 7546....what is this gun worth


    Would need more info these guns can range from $100 - $1000 some $5000 + depends on age, condition, model, etc... this is a good site to try and determine what you might have.... http://www.gunsinternational.com/Iver-Johnson-Shotguns.cfm?cat_id=632

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