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Old 10-11-2012, 09:11 PM   #11
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No problem for me. I never understoot the section stuff, since I usually use "New Posts"

Sorry about the loss, and congratulations on the acquisition.
Thanks - Mind is just now gettin back right (as possible)
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My condolences on your loss.

That is an odd trigger guard but a comfortable-looking grip.
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Trigger guard is kinda a H&R thing but it is very comphy
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I'd just do a simple cleaning, and oil the stuffings out of it...maybe use some extra-fine steel wool if there's any rust...
The oil will help the finish...get a good soak overnight & wipe off any excess in the morning...
then q-tip/dry-patch the cylinder holes & chamber/barrel to get the oil out, as oil+heat+pressure = glue...

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I'd just do a simple cleaning, and oil the stuffings out of it...maybe use some extra-fine steel wool if there's any rust...
The oil will help the finish...get a good soak overnight & wipe off any excess in the morning...
then q-tip/dry-patch the cylinder holes & chamber/barrel to get the oil out, as oil+heat+pressure = glue...

These guys are the H&R experts...
www.thefirearmsforum.com/index.php
Thanks Shrek, pretty did that & decided to leave it as is- Ordered a itty bitty internal part for it from Numrich to make it 100%

Yeah on the link- Posted in the Sportsman thread a couple weeks ago but no response - don't matter, know all i need to 'bout it
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BTW, is that a 199 or a 999 Sportsman version??

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BTW, is that a 199 or a 999 Sportsman version??
1st version of the 199 - 3 didgit serial number
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Yerp, definitely check in with the link above, they'll be able to give you The specific info on those oldies
My info on 'em is fairly generic...comes from having lotsa old gun books

Bill GoForth, before he passed, was THE guy...most of the info can be found in a search of that site,
but there are a couple of slightly younger H&R guys who really know their stuff on there nowadays!

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