Re: Harrington & Richardson 999 .22 Revolver
We need a serial number to date the gun.
Value will vary depending on condition. We would need pics, and detailed description of what "fixes" were made.
As for H&R, I am a total fan and collector of H&R guns. I use them for target and hunting. I'm not gonna even bother counting the number of H&R/NEF shotguns and rifles I have - I can tell you that you'd need both hands and a foot or two to count them. I also have a 999 Sportsman with a "B" in its serial number, which would make it a 1941 production gun. I bought it for $299 at Gandermountain last December with it's original box, manual, and wax paper wrapper.
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