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Old 05-13-2017, 05:35 PM
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As said above, it is not a Smith & Wesson, nor an Iver Johnson or Hopkins & Allen. It may be a foreign made copy or one of the lesser American makers of inexpensive firearms, circa 1900-1935. The style of hammer, trigger and cylinder stop notches are indicative of a foreign make. What is the caliber? Ed.
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