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Old 04-15-2017, 09:50 AM
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I stopped at a local pawn shop to look at a crack-shot they had.
As I was leaving I saw a old shiny revolver at the back of the case. I wound up with this nickel Iver Johnson. It's a 7 shot
with a 2 in barrel. I found some cb caps to test it out with so
we'll see how it shoots. Hdhic
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Here is a pic of the IJ beside my Dan Wesson 22 mag.
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It's the post-1909 revolver with positive cylinder stops and improved metallurgy. It should take modern 22s OK, although I'd stay away from the mini-mags, and similiar loads.
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It ain't much bigger than a NAA Pug.........

If it works right, you got yourself a nice little (and true) pocket gun.
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