Parts diagram for H&R model 195

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  1. Old Gun Guy

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    Hello!
    Does anyone have a schematic on the parts breakdown of the H&R Model 195 single-shot U.S.R.A. revolver?
    Thanks!
    Old Gun Guy
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  3. Jim Hauff

    Jim Hauff New Member

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    Here's a pic of a very early USRA:

    IMG_0434-2.jpg

    an intermediate example:

    IMG_0468_2.jpg

    and an example of the last stage of development:

    IMG_0476_2.jpg
  4. flyingtiger85

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    Those are really nice examples.There dosn't seem to be many of them around or for sale either.The ones Iv'e seen are selling for around $500 to $1000 dollars.I like the one with the longest barrel best.Also, looking at gun auction sites Iv'e seen similar pistols,I think it was a smith&wesson early model single shot priced the same as the H&R models, high.Thanks for showing us.
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    Jim,
    Didn't know you had 3 of these.
    That's just not right!!
    Very nice, I will be happy with just one!!
    p.s. Do you shoot, have you shot, any of these?
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  6. Jim Hauff

    Jim Hauff New Member

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    I have a couple more of them also.
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    Sure, go ahead and rub it in!!
  8. Old Gun Guy

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    Yeah Jim! You sure know how to hurt a feller! LOL!
    Old Gun Guy
  9. Jim Hauff

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    Old Gun Guy - that is what I do.:)

    Jimjo - you should be used to that by now.:rolleyes:

    FYI purposes - the top one s/n 49 has the rarest of the ejectors - about a dozen are known to exist. The bottom one has the highest known serial number - I've been offered quite a bit over a grand for it. Speaking of current pricing for this model - the three represented above equal in value an all correct, collector grade Winchester M1 Garand.
    For educational purposes, since we're getting into real details about the USRA, here's the three type of ejectors:
    IMG_0439.jpg
    IMG_0456_2.jpg
    IMG_0482_2.jpg
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  10. Errol Severe

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    Jim,
    I have just received an H&R 195 in excellent condition. It is a mid range gun, better than that it is the gun made just before your #2003, it is #2002! We have a consecutive serial number pair, that is between us. I also have the original box and cleaning rod. Box is well worn!
    Errol
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    Jim passed away in October of 2012. I think most, if not all, of his firearms were auctioned off back in February.
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