Old news paper add
They made some good auto loader .22 rifles too.
it's some good reading.
Can't accidentally discharge
only 6 bucks
i havent.. For awile they were dirt cheap, but i always wound up getting an H&R instead..Im guessing you had more than a couple... what say ya mr ecaman
had a Iver in 38 special.it was basic junk.got rid of it real fast.I have and have had lotsa H&R revolvers.great guns if you can get past the shitty breakable plastic grips.(I always make my own grips for them).now High Standard is another story.great guns all around.I wonder why they got a bad reputation.
Yep ive had a couple of H&R's and loved everyone of them, but the grips dont seem to hold up so well.. I don't know what causes this, guess the quality of the plastic.. our old colts are prewar colt plastic, and one has a small chip on the corner.
I had one in 32 smith and wesson (H&R) that was a damn good piece.. and super accurate.. Same thing with the grips, but i took them off and wraped it with black elec tape like i do with my little freedom arms..
I am doing some machining with modern plastics and phenolic plastic(cutting board material) to see what will work out for gripd for these older pistols.Once I get it hammered down then I will be available to make grips as a one off special piece.
It is almost indestructible