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Value of Harrison-Richardson 22 PIONEER Rifle

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by Johnny Brown, Apr 11, 2009.

  1. Johnny Brown

    Johnny Brown New Member

    Apr 11, 2009
    I have a 22 bolt action, Model 765 PIONEER, number 12041, Harrison & Richardson Arms Co., WORC, MASS Rifle, ....the stock is in excellent condition..few nicks in it....the barrell has no rust...the inside of the barrell has no rust and looks real good.
  2. b.goforth

    b.goforth New Member

    Dec 30, 2003
    houston, tx
    MODEL 765 PIONEER--------------------------------------------1948-1952
    1948-1949 Production-Bolt Action Single Shot, 22 Short, Long or Long Rifle Caliber, 24 inch Barrel Length, Blue Finish, Full Size Pistol Griped Walnut Stock, “RED DEVIL” Hooded Front Sight (Designed by Walter Roper), Step Adjustable Rear Sight, Safety on right Side of Receiver, “Redi Feed” Loading Platform, Weight 5 Pounds, overall Length 41 inches.
    1950-1952 Production as above except Front Sight is of Bead Type Dove-Tailed into Barrel
    VALUE: 100%=$175 60%=$75

    MODEL 766 PIONEER---------------------------------------1949-1950
    Same as Model 765 Pioneer except Nickel finish
    VALUE; 100%=$200 60%=$100

    in 1953 this rifle was given a new model number Model 750. the model 750 remained in production until 1986