I have a 32 caliber hammerless Iver Johnson serial 45158 with a 3 inch barrel how do i find out about it
No published sn data. Turn of the century, inexpensive
Not a S&W product. The Baby Hammerless revolvers you describe were made by Kolb. Value under $300, much less if it doesnt work.
That is the .38 Safety Hammerless (4th Model), made c.1906.
Smith and Wesson makes several hammerless revolvers and to my knowledge they range from .22 all the way up to .44 Mag. The easiest way to tell what caliber a gun is chambered in would be to check the barrel or slide markings.
No published sn data. @ turn of the century
A Colt 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was made in 1912
Between $5 and $50 unless it has unusual features.
Go to this site: http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm and scroll down to Colt 32 & 380 hammerless. It will give you the manual in pfd form on how to assemble & disassamble your Colt.
if it's a 380 caliber then made about 1924
A 2009 Dodge Caliber has a timing chain.
Go to this site and click on Colt .25 hammerless. It will bring up the instuctions http://stevespages.com/page7b.htm
A Colt 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number was made in 1914.
Go here for some information - http://www.littlegun.be/arme%20belge/artisans%20identifies%20q%20r/a%20robar%20gb.htm
You need to have a gunsmith measure out the bore and cylinder.
You are aware that Ruger has made .22 caliber rifles, pistols and revolvers? You have to give information to get information.
Should be marked on the barrel. It is impossible to tell caliber from the information you provided.
The Dodge Caliber 2.4L has two thermostats. They are in the plastic housing on the driver side end of the cylinder head.
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A Colt 1908 hammerless .25 with that serial number would be 90 years old. Made in 1920.
You will need to take it to a gunsmith to find out.