H&R .410 parts

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  1. mkdaplmbr

    mkdaplmbr New Member

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    Hi guys, new to forum... I find most info from you without having to post.

    I was going through my late grandpas stuff and found this old H&R .410/44
    It is missing some pieces as you can see from the pics. I broke it down and the bore is in good shape, the hammer looks good, but I need a schematic to make it fire again. I remember shooting this when I was little and would like to give it to my newborn son one day. I know it needs some love but I think I could make it work for some sentimental value. Does anyone have any info for parts as there is no model number, or even a little history?

    Thanks in advance
    Mike

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3454/3844406000_48b60d813e.jpg

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3506/3844406014_e454227311.jpg

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  2. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    I believe you've got a Monitor Model, you can try Numrich, Brownells or Bobs Gun Shop.

    Welcome to the forum and I think once you clean it up, the little one will have a nice heirloom. Not sure if I'd shoot it or not, would have to take it to a gunsmith and have it checked out first.
  3. gazzmann

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  4. mkdaplmbr

    mkdaplmbr New Member

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    Thanks gazzmann but I dont know if ts considered a large frame or a small frame and I dont know a model number- Do you know the model number? E-gun parts is a great resource if you know what you have.

    woolleyworm, thank you . I cant find what a monitor model is on E-gunparts, but the model 1915 looks close. Will they work with me on the phone to get the parts right? Have you ordered from them before?

    Thanks
    Mike
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  5. gazzmann

    gazzmann New Member

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    Mike,
    b.goforth, on this forum is the H&R go to guy. Very knowledgeable on H&R's.
    Hopefully he will check out your post.
    Maybe a p.m. to him or submit a new post with your questions.
    I checked my Numerich catalog and found nothing.
    Keep the history going.
    Hope this helps you out.
  6. b.goforth

    b.goforth New Member

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    could not get the last picture to open. the marking on the barrel do not appear to be of the type H&R used. so i can't tell who the manufacturer is. most manufacturer used the 410-44 on small frame guns until about 1921 or so weight of the standard brame would be about 5 1/2 pounds and the small frame about a pound less.

    bill
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  7. RJay

    RJay Well-Known Member

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    Bill, the markings on the frame ( last picture ) is " Harrington & Richardson Arms Co., Worchester, Mass. USA Pat Feb 27 1900
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