Inerested in any info on this pistol. I received it from my great grandfather. Was told it was rare as it has a "sub-trigger" and is hammerless.
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February 22, 2011, 11:38 AM
If it was in the box and in as-new condition, it may sell for as much as $250 on a very good day. The nickel plated ones get the higher prices, usually. In this condition, it's worth $75-$100, and I'm being generous. I have a few of them (Ivers, H&Rs, Hopkins & Allen, etc,) and they're all worth about the same. They aren't worth much because they made so many of them. They're good, reliable little shooters, btw.
For an idea, the H&R below is my ex-girlfriend's "get off me!" It was about $120 a couple of years back on Gunbroker.
Note: She got her permit and is never without it.