H r rifle dating
My two favorites are chambered in .45-70 and .22 Hornet. Either describe them in detail and send along a pic or two if you can, including: roll stamp on barrel rib, markings on barrel (either side, specify), serial number (on ALL handguns, if none is visible, it will be found under the left grip panel on the grip frame cross strut), barrel length and caliber.
I've got a bunch of shotguns, only shoot two a 12ga. Any info received will add to the body of knowledge concerning H&R Firearms.
I used to have an early 12ga, but that too had to be sold years ago. Looks like you take pretty darn good care of that one!
Yep, the modern single shot rifles are extremely accurate. To: gf45acp, If you don't know much about your H&R revolvers and would like some info, I'd be glad to help out.
A recent price check in these pages and in the GDTM online classifieds showed a remarkable fact—these guns still sell for around 0.It is well balanced and shoots well from a woods rest as well as offhand.You’d think that a single-shot would be slim and lightweight, but the thick barrel, large stock of laminated wood, and a 2.5- to 10-power 50-mm scope made the H&R gun tip the scales at 9.3 pounds.The serial number listings by month presented below were developed by Scott Duff, a recognized authority on and author of a series of books on the M1 Garand.
The following information can be found in the books "The M1 Garand: WWII" and "The M1 Garand Serial Numbers and Data Sheets" found at Fulton Armory, and are used here with Mr. The following information is copyrighted and may not be copied, distributed or used in any other forms of publications, or in any other written or electronic form without the expressed permission of Scott Duff or No monthly range of serial numbers has yet been developed for Post-World War II production of the M1 Garand.
I can also help ID and in most cases date those H&R pieces that you either see incorrect, incomplete or absolutely NO information on in the "big" books, guides and modern value estimators.