I have been lurking in the background for some time and decided to join. I have several h&r revolvers and the advise, wisdom and knowledge on tis forum has helped me. I currently have one h&r 199, 1st model, second variation (rice grip, firing pin in frame, single patent date on cylinder) that I am working on and I have some more H&R's on the way. I have a nearly mint H&R 904 with the 4 inch barrel and a rebuilt NEF R92 ultra with a 6 inch barrel. The R92 has pitting and was rusted with a binding in the cylinder release pin (?) that I have not figured out yet. I disassembled the R92, degreased, removed the rust and ended up dura-coating the revolver to help preserve it. Rust was so bad in some spots and pitting so bad that the blue came off. I have the pistol back together and have fired it ( 4 cylinders) for function, works great! One thing I did notice is the single action trigger pull is very light. I will post some pictures of all of my H&R's once I get them collected.