This lot offers you an Iver Johnson Safety Automatic, top break revolver, chambered for .32 caliber. The first model revolver originates from 1894 to 1895, and is distinguished by a single post latch system. The Iver Johnson "Safety Automatic" name came about due to the "hammer the hammer" action, and the automatic ejection of cartridges when the revolver is broken. The revolver utilizes a nickel plate finish, 3" barrel, five shot cylinder, double-action, and original hard rubber owl grips. The revolver is marked on the top of the barrel, reading; "Iver Johnson's Arms & Cycle Works. Fitchburg MASS. U.S.A. - PAT'D APR.6.86 FEB.15.87 DEC.26.93 PAT'S PENDING". Overall, the revolver shows poor condition, with apparent peeling nickel finish. The trigger and hammer do not work. Serial Number: 56576. This firearm qualifies as an Antique, and does not require FFL Transfer or NICS Background Check.
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