H&R Model 1906

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  1. BoomerG20

    BoomerG20 New Member

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    I have an H&R Model 1906 I would like to get some information on.
    Its a 7 shot 22RF cal. nickle frame, blued trigger guard, octagon barrel,
    2-1/2" long, ser# 20XXX.

    I would like to get the manufacture date, what it's worth and any other interesting facts.

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    Thank You,
    BoomerG20

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  2. b.goforth

    b.goforth New Member

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    there are no known serial number records available for this model. so i can't give you an exact date but most likely late 1920's or the early 1930's.

    MODEL 1906 SMALL SOLID FRAME DOUBLE ACTION.22 RIMFIRE CALIBER ----1905-1941
    7 shot cylinder capacity, pull pin cylinder release, nickel finish (blue optional), 2½, 4½ or 6 inch barrel lengths, hard rubber Target Logo grips, marked with company name and address on left side of barrel and on top strap in two lines “H&R MODEL 1906 22 CAL. R.F.”
    After 1930 listed in catalogs as: H&R MODEL 6 DOUBLE ACTION No. 96 .22 RF CALIBER 7 shot
    VALUE: 100%=$185 60%=$65

    bill
  3. BoomerG20

    BoomerG20 New Member

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    Is it OK to shoot modern ammo in this gun?

    Thanks for the info!

    BoomerG20
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    b.goforth New Member

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    yes as long as it is standard velocity. do not fire any of the modern hyper velocity stuff.
    bill
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