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    I inherited an H & R model 929 nine shot .22 caliber pistol. Are there any owners manuals or parts lists available?
    Thanks,I appreciate the help.

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    Default Re: H & R Model 929

    Ernie,
    If you supply the serial number (or at least the first 4 numbers) including any letter code prefixes, I can tell you which variation you have. There were at least 5 variations of this model made from its introduction circa 1952, and each one had some significant changes.
    Jim Hauff H&R Collector In memory of my friends Bill Goforth and Jim Ritchie.

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    Default Re: H & R Model 929

    The serial number is AE28695.
    Thanks

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    Ernie,
    AE indicates YOM of 1968. I have one with serial number AF82275 that is NIB with the paper work. email me your emailing address and I will take close up pictures of the four pages of the factory instruction manual and email them to you. As to finding a schematic - as posted by Buckmark, just previous to this posting, Numrich posts exploded diagrams of most of the H&R firearms on their site. However, the one they have posted for the Model 929 is the last version with the transfer bar ignition system. Yours should have a hammer mounted firing pin - and most of the fire control/lock work parts are different than the post 1973 models.
    check out this picture to verify yours is what we're talking about:
    http://links.pictures.aol.com/pic/2f...p5Fd3Ig=_l.jpg
    http://links.pictures.aol.com/pic/2f...p5Fd3Ig=_l.jpg
    Jim Hauff H&R Collector In memory of my friends Bill Goforth and Jim Ritchie.

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    Default Re: H & R Model 929

    Yes the picture is correct.My pistol has a hammer mounted firing pin.

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    Default Re: H & R Model 929

    Ernie ,FWIW, my 1983 Gun Digest lists the Model 929 with the plastic grips for $110- with the walnut grips, $124.
    I have seen a few of these guns around-they seem to work forever and they are good shooters, great plinkers-many have been passed down in families.

    Enjoy it.

    Mark
    Another armed Liberal veteran.

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    Default Re: H & R Model 929

    I have one a friend gave me which fires the first 3-4 rounds then it will not fire the next couple which I am trying to fix for him.

    The S/N is AF3377X

    Can you tell me what year it was made? I will see if I can find a manual as well.

    Thanks,

    Jtrade

    Quote Originally Posted by 32 Magnum View Post
    Ernie,
    AE indicates YOM of 1968. I have one with serial number AF82275 that is NIB with the paper work. email me your emailing address and I will take close up pictures of the four pages of the factory instruction manual and email them to you. As to finding a schematic - as posted by Buckmark, just previous to this posting, Numrich posts exploded diagrams of most of the H&R firearms on their site. However, the one they have posted for the Model 929 is the last version with the transfer bar ignition system. Yours should have a hammer mounted firing pin - and most of the fire control/lock work parts are different than the post 1973 models.
    check out this picture to verify yours is what we're talking about:
    http://links.pictures.aol.com/pic/2f...p5Fd3Ig=_l.jpg
    http://links.pictures.aol.com/pic/2f...p5Fd3Ig=_l.jpg

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    Default Re: H & R Model 929

    Did you get it fixed? I just installed a new spring in mine and it went from 1 out 9 to ALL out of nine. Very easy to do.
    Do you need help still?

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    Default Re: H & R Model 929

    Yes I did. Exact same thing with my friends I fixed. His had a plastic main spring thing & the one I got was steel. Works like a champ.

    Thanks,

    J

    Quote Originally Posted by PJsuburby View Post
    Did you get it fixed? I just installed a new spring in mine and it went from 1 out 9 to ALL out of nine. Very easy to do.
    Do you need help still?

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