Re: Harrington & Richardson 12 gauge. whats it worth?
this is a variant of the model 1908 meant for duck and goose hunting. this gun most likely manufactured in the late teen's. H&R stopped marking patent dates on their shotguns in sbout 1922 or so.
H&R RENFORCED BREECH (AKA HEAVY BREECH)------1913-1942
Single Barrel, Large Heavy Frame, Top Lever Break Action, Barrel Lock is Non-Self Adjustable, Three Piece Take Down (Non-Removable Hinge Pin), 12, 16, Gauges (10 gauge added in 1931 & 20 Gauge in 1933), Barrel Length of 30, 32, 34 & 36 inches, Walnut Pistol Griped Butt-Stock and Fore-Arm, Hard Rubber Butt Plate, Frame is Case Hardened and Barrel is Browned, Available as Ejector & Non-ejector, Weight 7 to 7 3/8 Pounds. After 1931 Known as No.6 HEAVY BREECH MODEL but marked “RE-ENFORCED” on frame
VALUE: 100%=$385 60%=$175 Add 15% premium for 10 gauge (seldom seen)
Last edited by b.goforth; 12-30-2009 at 12:27 PM..