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Old 05-01-2012, 11:11 PM   #11
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I saw an h&r for 450$ about 10 years ago.I let it go, what was I thinking?
Unless it was all correct /original, $450 10 years ago would not have been a bargin.
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The H&R Garands were only made during the Korean Conflict. They are getting had to find. They were the last of the Breed.

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The H&R Garands were only made during the Korean Conflict. They are getting had to find. They were the last of the Breed.
Really????? You should go look at the many racks of them at the CMP Stores, They are not hard to find at all

Actually no HRA's were used during the Korean War. The War ended in 1953, HRA rfiles were made 1953- 1956. They are all Post War Rifles
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Does HRA stand for Harrington and Richards???

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Does HRA stand for Harrington and Richards???
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