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Old 08-05-2011, 08:43 PM   #1
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Nice little stainless steel revolver i figured i'd show you. Its unique in the fact that its a .22LR/.22MAG
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ooops double post!

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Clayborn,
Yes, they are nice!
However, they are nickel plated, not stainless.
Don't have my Blue Book available to tell you exact years of production, but, about 1976 - 1986 would be a good guess
Here's a pic of my 1980 model.
One of my 9 H&R convertibles.
I believe H&R offered a total of 5 different 22/22 mag convertible models.
Model 649, 2 barel lengths
Model 650, 1 barrel length
Model 666, 1 barrel length
Model 676, 4 barrel lengths
Model 686, 5 barrel lengths
The model 666 is the only one that I don't have any examples of.

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976 target gun. They are fun! (bottom)

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Very Nice guys, Thanks for the info & pics.

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jpattersonh,
Nice!
I have a 1980 standard model 976, it doesn't have the fully adjustable rear sight, or the ramp style front sight.
I also just purchased a deluxe model like yours, but I am in the hospital, and haven't had a chance to pick it up yet, it is a 1980 model also.
Here's a pic of my standard model.

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Here's some more convertibles

1980 model 686 4.5"




1980 model 686 5.5"




1980 model 686 7.5"




1980 model 686 12"

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Quite The Collection.

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Thanks, here's the rest of my convertibles

1982 Model 686 10"




1980 Model 649 5.5"




1980 Model 649 7.5"




1980 model 676 12"



Still have 4 to go to get 1 of all the H&R convertibles ever offered. 3 barrel lengths of the 676, and the model 666.
They are getting harder, and harder to find!

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