By Jerry Lee
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The grips and finish are the same as on the Model 10. indd 44 Exc. G. 300 Good 225 Fair 100 Poor 85 NIB 400 Exc. G. 250 Good 125 Fair 100 Poor 75 10/22/11 1:36 PM AMERICAN FIRE ARMS MFG. , INC. • 45 Semmerling LM-4 The LM-4 was designed as the ultimate police backup/defense weapon. 7" high, and 1" wide. 45 ever produced. The LM-4 is made of a special tool steel and is either blued or, at extra cost, hard chrome-plated. A stainless steel version is also available. The LM-4 is not a semi-automatic, although it physically resembles one.
The chrome-finished sidelock action has a Greener crossbolt and is profusely scroll-engraved. It has automatic ejectors and a singleselective trigger. The select pistol grip walnut stock is hand checkered and oil-finished. This model was imported in 1986 and 1987. No longer imported. NIB — Exc. G. 1275 Good 1000 Fair 800 Poor 400 Excelsior Exc. G. 22 LR and 20 gauge. This model was furnished with a fitted hard case to hold the interchangeable barrels. It was introduced in 1989. No longer imported.
In 1870 they formed a new corporation called American Arms Company with George Fox as the principle stockholder. This corporation was dissolved in 1873; a second American Arms Co. was incorporated in 1877 and a third in 1890. It is unclear if these corporations had essentially the same owners, but George H. Fox appears as a principal owner in two of the three. One could assume that financial problems forced them to bankrupt one corporation and reorganize under another. American Arms manufactured firearms in Boston, Massachusetts, from 1866 until 1893.
2012 Standard Catalog of Firearms by Jerry Lee