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    Default Harrington & Richardson lets see em.

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    The memories I have of the first time my father letting me pack an H&R .410 OR 20 guage around quail or grouse hunting for the first times are some of my favorite memories.I am sure several members here have similar memories of their own.I have had several H&R firearms but as far as function and handiness go these are two of my favorites.Everyone should have one leaned in the corner of their home somewhere imo.I apologize for the photos I aint much of a cameraman.

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    I have no pictures, but many, many memories of carrying an old H&R "Long Tom" 36" barrel full choke 12ga that was my grandfathers... Wish I had that gun now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anigatogewi View Post
    I have no pictures, but many, many memories of carrying an old H&R "Long Tom" 36" barrel full choke 12ga that was my grandfathers... Wish I had that gun now...
    I wish you did too..

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    very nice, mct453. very nice indeed.

    I'm getting dangerously close to a saturday of pawn-shopping for an old H+R single shot....
    not needed...but I can feel it coming on...



    this H+R 922 is much older than I am...and aging better too!


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    Handi project Number 1


    One rifle and 9 additional barrels
    Handi project number 2



    One rifle, 3 additional barrels.

    Few more around,
    Handi .223
    Topper 12 ga slug gun
    Long Tom 10 ga 36 in barrel

    I like my Handi's

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    Here is my H&R Model 700 DL .22 rimfire magnum. The first successful auto loader in .22 mag.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Drifter View Post
    Here is my H&R Model 700 DL .22 rimfire magnum. The first successful auto loader in .22 mag.







    'drif
    I have had both Marlin and Ruger semi auto .22 mags and both are gone.I love both manufacturers very much but both failed at these two firearms as far as I am concerned.I have never handled the H&R though.I have known of them but I reckon this one you posted is the first I have seen..Thanks for putting it up.

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    only pictures I have loaded on a hosting site this is a 28 ga youth I restocked I no longer have

    this is my tamer 20 I just don't care for the stock that comes on it with a choate buttstock and fore arm it is still short light and handy but handle much better

    this gun was put together from parts from my junk box stock from my tamer receiver I had the barrel was a 410 barrel some one had cut down from a 26" barrel I cut it to 19" it shot slugs and federal 410 handgun buckshot great someone wanted it worse than I did so I let them have it

    This I posted earlier it is my late sons 20 ga I refinished

    I have A 28 ga, 12 ga, 20 ga rifled ,10 ga and a 45-70 handi rifle, a 30-30 ackley in an old full stock low hammer H&R and a 17 HMR sportster
    Roy

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