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Old 03-30-2013, 02:28 AM   #11
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It's my favorite .22 revolver.

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Old 03-30-2013, 02:45 AM   #12
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It's my favorite .22 revolver.
Sweet! I may get a chance to shoot tomorrow or Sunday.
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Could anyone give me an opinion , about a H&R Sportsman with walnut grips and ribbed barrel , does not say "999",
Im going today or tomorrow to look at it.( 1 hr drive)
Fellow that owns it says it is same as brand new , no wear at all.

What would be a good price, if it is lnib. ?
Im prepared to offer $350.


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Well, after a few years birddogging for a H&R Sportsman model 999,
I finally pointed one this week, worked a deal, drove 1 1/2 hrs each way, but here she is.
Looked up SN and mfg date is 1982.
No scratches, on gun or grips, bluing is 100% not even the slightest drag line on cylinder.
Im hard pressed to tell if has been fired, but I know its had 18 shots thru it.

Seen several of these, but never one this nice and clean.

The old man I got it from ,swears it will hit an 8" target at 50 yards with all 9 rounds.
Its been in his bedroom nightstand since new.

I have been turned down offering $400 for pretty rough ones.

Walked out with this one for $350.

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Well, after a few years birddogging for a H&R Sportsman model 999, I finally pointed one this week, worked a deal, drove 1 1/2 hrs each way, but here she is. Looked up SN and mfg date is 1982. No scratches, on gun or grips, bluing is 100% not even the slightest drag line on cylinder. Im hard pressed to tell if has been fired, but I know its had 18 shots thru it. Seen several of these, but never one this nice and clean. The old man I got it from ,swears it will hit an 8" target at 50 yards with all 9 rounds. Its been in his bedroom nightstand since new. I have been turned down offering $400 for pretty rough ones. Walked out with this one for $350. Jim
Awesome deal! Guess you can tell from the thread I have of these.. Fantastic gun and super fun to shoot!!
If you shoot it you will def enjoy this one!
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I found this to help, with prefix SN.

http://www.gun-data.com/harringtonrichardson2_modern.html


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Mines a BA prefix, '84. Near perfect and shot very little. My dad picked it up and gave it to me a couple years ago. Got it from some little old widow for $75.

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