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An H&R 929 from the MIL's house (third gun we found--there are probably more). Since the box says "H&R 1871", and the gun is stamped Gardner Mass, I believe this is from the Remington period at the turn of the 2000s. There was a lot of cat hair and a few spots of rust / finish damage but it cleaned up pretty well. I have fired this one and it works fine. It's not made to a very high crafting standard, but its a good size for a pocket buddy and has some interesting potential.


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I had one of those from back in the 80s; my wife used for nightstand as she had muscle weakness issues. Sold it for $50 at a garage sale; mine was an H&R-made. Handy for fun camp plinking, not very accurate but fun nonetheless.
 

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Interesting little piece of history there. Thanks for the pic.
 

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Recently came upon an H&R model 900 - 22cal. 6". Made in Massachusetts- Viet Nam era. Paid about G.B. price from local private seller. Didn't know much about H&R except the name from way back.
Bought it anyway, cause I like small cal. double action. Haven't shot yet, maybe before Christmas...
Should be a fun "beer can & milk jug" plinker.
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I had one of those from back in the 80s; my wife used for nightstand as she had muscle weakness issues. Sold it for $50 at a garage sale; mine was an H&R-made. Handy for fun camp plinking, not very accurate but fun nonetheless.
You don't happen to have a picture of it that shows the left-side engraving, do you?
 
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