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Here is Ron Gabel's answer to question number 5573

Question:

i beleive i have an american bull dog pistol, maybe a 44 from pics. i have matched it up with. the only markings on the gun are the words, AMERICAN BULL DOG. On the grips are pics. of an "eagle with the claws carrying spears", also is a 5 shot with octogon barrel. Very good condition. any thing you can tell me would be great. thanks and great day to you. Karen

Answer:

The American Bull Dog inscription is found on an 1882 vintage five-shot double-action 32 or 38 caliber revolver made by Johnson & Bye of Worchester Mass. The company was formed in 1871 by Iver Johnson and Martin Bye.

Submitted By: karen torgerson On: 1/13/2004 9:01:22 AM

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