Originally Posted by jpattersonnh
Ahh, you need to shoot my old H&R target .22. No magnums. 7.5" target barrel and great irons. 9 shot. They seem to be kind of collectable these days. I paid $75.00 for it years ago. They go for $400.00 plus these days. Fun gun. It incorperates both single and double action features. I like the 1895 Nagant revolver. I should have grabbed one a few years ago. Came w/ standard and .32acp cylinders.
OK this may date me a bit but...
When I bought mine NIB back in the late 60's early 70's from the local gun shop, I believe it cost in the $125. ball park. Glad to see it has gone up in value...
But then $125 back in say 1971 is like $400. now, so I guess it is just status quo.
On a side note it has been a great shooter over the years, had to replace the grips once, but I bought it to shoot up my Hodge podge .22's that I had left at the end of the day.
I had one of the old (well it wasn't old then) metal band aid tins that I had cut belt loops in, and when a box would get close to MT I would dump it in, Shorts, Long's and LR standard and high Vel all mixed together and I would burn them in the H&R.