H&R pics

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  1. jamesjo

    jamesjo New Member

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    Join me in showing off some H&R's
    Here's a few to get things started
    Model 686 4.5" 1980 mfg.
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    Model 686 5.5" 1980
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    Model 686 7.5" 1980
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    Model 686 10" 1982
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    Model 686 12" 1980
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    That's a start, more to come.
    Let's see yours!
     
  2. marcodelat

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    Here's my M-165 "Leatherneck".

    This is a civilian market version of the M-65 USMC training rifle that H&R manufactured from, I believe, 1944-1946 for the Marine Corps.

    This rfle's a VERY nice, accurate shooter! Of course, I'm not... not anymore... :(

    Serial # 5220 - Anyone have an idea the year this rifle was manufactured?

    I've been told it's either 1950 or 1951...

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  3. jamesjo

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    Here is the rest of the convertibles,
    Model 649 5.5" 1980
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    model 649 7.5" 1980
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    Model 650 5.5" 1980
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    Stay tuned!
    Not an H&R, but still a nice one.
    High Standard High Sierra, 1975
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  4. jamesjo

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    Now for something different!
    A few Sportsman
    Model 777 Ultra Sportsman 1939
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    Model 999 Blue 1955
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    Model 999 Chrome 1955
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    Model 999 4" Both 1980
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    I'll be back!
     
  5. millman

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    Nice H&Rs. I only have one. A 5200 match.
     

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  6. jamesjo

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    marcodelat, millman,
    Couple of sweet rifles! Thanks for sharing!!
    Jim
     
  7. millman

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    Thanks. Sorry to hijack your nice revolver thread.
     
  8. jamesjo

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    Sorry not necessary! This is an H&R thread, everyone's welcome!!
    The only reason I haven't posted anything else is because all I have is revolvers. I still need too many revolver models to be able to afford any rifles. I do have a 20 gauge topper and a model 402 410 pump shotgun, but no pics.
    Jim
     
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    just thought i would add some information about the model 5200 a civilian model is almost rare as the government took most of the production of this rifle.

    MODEL 5200 TARGET-------------------------------------1981-1986
    Bolt Action, Single Shot 22 Long Rifle Caliber, Bolt Cocks on Closing, 28 inch Heavy Barrel Length, Overall length 46 inches, Weight 11 Pounds, No sights, Drilled & Tapped for Scope or Receiver & Front Sights, Full Size Walnut Stained Birch Target Stock, Full Length Accessory Rail & Palm Stop, Length of Pull 13¾ inches, Drop at Comb 3/8 of an inch, Drop at Heel ¼ of an inch, Fully Adjustable trigger, High Polish Blue Finish, “Fluid feed Loading Platform,. Built to same Military Specifications as the Winchester Model 52, Limited Civilian Production.
    VALUE: $550 $300

    MODEL 12 TARGET (Military Version of Model 5200)---------------1981-1986
    Bolt Action, Single Shot 22 Long Rifle Caliber, Bolt Cocks on Closing, 28 inch Heavy Barrel Length, Overall length 46 inches, Weight 11 Pounds, No sights, Drilled & Tapped for Scope or Receiver & Front Sights, Full Size Walnut Stained Birch Target Stock, Full Length Accessory Rail & Palm Stop, Length of Pull 13¾ inches, Drop at Comb 3/8 of an inch, Drop at Heel ¼ of an inch, Fully Adjustable trigger, High Polish Blue Finish, “Fluid feed Loading Platform, Furnish to the Government with Redfield Palma Rear Sight and Redfield Olympic Front Sight with Inserts. Built to same Military Specifications as the Winchester Model 52. Internal Company name for this Model is the M12 JROTC
    VALUE: $400.00 through DCM program; NIB with all accessories $750+ 100%=$695 (with sights) $475 (without sights 60%=$275

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  10. jamesjo

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    Here's some more for the few of you out there interested!
    Model 949 1980
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    Model 976 1980
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    Model 604 22 mag 1980
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    Model 949 Nebraska Centennial # 100 & 118 of 300 1967
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  11. marcodelat

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    Sure is a VERY nice rifle!

    These are SERIOUS small bore target / match rifles that are still very affordable.

    This of course, in my opinion when compared to the prohibitive price nowadays of a Winchester Model 52.

    Believe that I read that there were only like 12,000 or so of these Winchesters ever made.
    Don't know how true this is seeing that they were made for some 60 years.

    By the way Mr. Goforth, could you supply some information on the Leatherneck?

    I was told it was made in 1950 or 1951?

    I'll never sell it but... worth?

    Thanks - marco
     
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  12. skydog576

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    Here are my two H&R revolvers. A 999 Sportsman .22 made in 1972 and a 732 .32 made in 1968.
     

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  13. b.goforth

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    there were actually several different models that carried the "leatherneck" name.

    MODEL 150 LEATHERNECK-----------------------------------1948-1952
    Semiautomatic 22 Long Rifle with Blow Back Action, 22 inch Heavy Weight Barrel, Blue finish, 5 or 10 round Detachable Box Magazine, Step Adjustable Rear Peep Sight and Ramped Front Blade, Plain Walnut Butt Stock, Weight 7¼ Pounds, Overall length 40 inches
    VALUE: 100%=$300 60%=$100

    MODEL 151 LEATHERNECK-----------------------------------1948-1952
    Semiautomatic 22 Long Rifle with Blow Back Action, 22 inch Heavy Weight Barrel, Blue Finish, 5 or 10 round Detachable Box Magazine, Redfield M70 Rear Peep Sight and Ramped Front Blade Sight, Plain Walnut Butt Stock, Weight 7¼ Pounds. Overall length 40 inches
    VALUE: 100%=$375 60%=$175

    MODEL 165 LEATHERNECK RIFLE-------------------1946-1947 / 1959-1961
    Semiautomatic 22 Long Rifle Caliber, Blow Back Action, 23 inch Round Tapered Barrel, Blue Finish, 10 round Detachable Box Magazine, Redfield M79 Rear Peep Sight and Ramped Front Blade Sight, Plain Walnut butt stock with Sling Swivels and Web Sling 7¼ LBS, 41 inches Overall Length
    VALUE: 100%=$225 60%=$100

    bill
     
  14. marcodelat

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    ... and once more, "Thank you for sharing Mr. Goforth..."

    Guess my "Leatherneck", which has the sling swivels, sling and the 23" tapered barrel, is one made in 1946-1947.

    However, the "Overall Length" seems to measure out to be 44 inches, not 41.

    As for the value, 100%=$225 my rifle is certainly NOT 100% - could be 85-90% yet I certainly wouldn't sell it for anything like $225.

    If I were looking to sell it that is which I probably never will do. I love this rifle.

    - sorry for the "hijack" y'all... will try to get some pics of a 922 took and posted soon.
     
  15. shootstr8er

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    hello,nubie here. just joined ur site.. i have a h/r 949 .22- 9 holes..5.5..s/n #ad85xxx..i bought in 1976,used,for $45.any info, date of mfg.todays worth?holster wear ,and some rust pitting,frnt site and ejecter tube.