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Old 07-20-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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I have a .32 S&W H&R top break. I would like some additional info. Can it use 32 long as well as short, year(s) of mfg, actual model, etc.
Top of barrel; Harrington & rivhardson arms co.
2nd line; worchester massachusetts u.s.a.
left side barrel; 32 s&w ctge
bottom of grip; 452375
inside back of cylinder; 37
6 shot, auto eject
barrel; 3 3/16 inch
cylinder; 1 1/4 inch
black grips with a target logo at top in a circle

Thank You; Tom Jinks


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Old 07-20-2013, 05:22 PM   #2
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Unfortunately, info on the H&Rs is somewhat hit or miss- but someone MAY have a DOM for you.

Re: Ammo- yours is .32 S&W. NOT .32 Long. .32 Long can go either way, yours cannot.


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I have a .32 S&W H&R top break. I would like some additional info. Can it use 32 long as well as short, year(s) of mfg, actual model, etc.
Top of barrel; Harrington & rivhardson arms co.
2nd line; worchester massachusetts u.s.a.
left side barrel; 32 s&w ctge
bottom of grip; 452375
inside back of cylinder; 37
6 shot, auto eject
barrel; 3 3/16 inch
cylinder; 1 1/4 inch
black grips with a target logo at top in a circle

Thank You; Tom Jinks
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You have an Automatic Ejecting Revolver, Third Model, variation 6, made from 1888 to 1941. Your specimen was manufactured in 1927.
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