Dating harrington and richardson shotguns
Models found in this Harrington and Richardson gun pricing download include: Model No.
4-1/2, Model 1880, The American Double-Action, The Young America Double-Action, Hunter, Trapper, Self-Loader, First Model Hand Ejector, Model 1 Double-Action Revolver, Model 2, Knife Model, Model 922 First Issue, Target Model, .22 Special, Expert, No. A./Model 195 Single-Shot Match Target Pistol, Model 504, Model 586, Model 603, Model 604, Model 622, Model 623, Model 632, Model 642, Model 649, Model 650, Model 660, Model 666, Model 676, Model 686, Model 732, Model 733, Model 900, Model 901, Model 903, Model 904, Model 905, Model 922 Second Issue, Model 923, Model 925, Model 935, Model 929, Model 929 Sidekick-New Model, Model 929 Sidekick Trapper Edition, Model 930, Model 939 Ultra Sidekick, Model 939 Premier, Model 940, Model 949, Model 949 Western, Model 950, Model 976, Model 999 Sportsman, Model 999 Engraved, Amtec 2000, Hammerless Double, Harrich No.
Another has HIBBARD stamped on left side and MODEL W. stamped on right; holster with identical stampings was also available.
Anecdotal evidence suggests H&R manufactured a Handy-Gun for an independent telephone company in Colorado; none were located during this research.
See separate listing under New England Firearms (NEF). First Model Hand Ejector Model 1 Double-Action Revolver Model 2Knife Model Model 922 First Issue Target Model.22 Special Expert No. A./Model 195 Single-Shot Match Target Pistol H&R Handy-Gun (rifled barrel) Curio or Relic H&R Handy-Gun (smooth bore) NFA, Curio or Relic H&R manufactured "private-branded" or "trade-branded" H&R Handy-Guns for other distributors.
199 Sportsman Ultra Sportsman Defender New Defender.22 U. One variation has ESSEX GUN WORKS on left side of receiver.
2016 AD: To enhance our community's aggregate through multi-platform metrics of media synergy catalyzing integrated outcomes of macro-disciplines toward inclusive methodology paradigms generating positive algorithms of unwavering commitment to our children, the flag, and God. This gun was built 17 years before the introduction of the 3 inch .410, But 2 1/2 inch shells are preferred by skeet shooters so are still widely available, But I suspect they are now loaded to higher pressures than common 100 years ago. in the army of the consul Gnaeus Fulvius Centumalus Maximus and for 10 miles around it I will not steal anything worth more than a denarius in any one day. With mine, the fore end just pops off with thumb pressure, then the barrel comes right off. Yours looks a little newer than mine, other than that, all the same.
2016 AD: To enhance our community's aggregate through multi-platform metrics of media synergy catalyzing integrated outcomes of macro-disciplines toward inclusive methodology paradigms generating positive algorithms of unwavering commitment to our children, the flag, and God. I just shot a round of skeet with mine a couple of weeks ago. I ended up having to punch out the pin first to remove the barrel, then work the handguard off. Old steel....short chambers, tight chokes made for paper shells..opening up chambers ... I have 3 or four Iver johnsons...410's...like federal less velocity over win. The markings say, Harrington & Richardson Arms Co, Worcester Mass USA PAT Feb 27, 1900. The gun was offered in .410 bore and featured a top lever break action, and 26, 28, or 30 inch barrel. With the .410-44 marking, your gun was made between 19.