10-19-2018, 03:43 PM
Join Date: Jan 2014
Help With H&R Pull Pin Revolver
I've been looking for several hours yesterday and today online for any information "mostly interested in when it was made" about this .22lr. I've not even found a picture that looks exactly like it. I gather there was at least 7 Editions/Versions, I know it's old just don't know how old. Vickie's brother found the H&R and an old .38 revolver hidden in his mom's closet last week. He kept the .38 and gave me the .22lr. He said he remembers his grandfather using it to slaughter hogs among other things. I'm no expert but I'm pretty sure it is no longer safe to be fired.
Here's what I know.
Harrington & Richardson Pull Pin .22lr Revolver Model 922
6" Barrel: On Barrel> H & R Arms Company H & R 922
Worchester Mass U S A
Serial number on the front grip strap "C5408
It looks rough, I'm not good at judging condition but I would say only maybe 50-70% tops. All bluing is almost gone, has some handling marks and light surface rust in a place or to. It has been stored in a old leather holster. It is well worn and used but not well cared for, it was a tool like a hoe or shovel, not a prized possession.
I'm thinking it was made between 1925-1940??
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