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#26725 by IdahoDave
Mon Jun 18, 2012 4:57 am
Not really a 'gamblers pistol' per se-
Appears to have been boxed for show and tell.

It is a Harrington & Richardson ;Safety Hammerless ;
I cannot read the complete barrel inscription, but probably says-Harrington & Richardson Arms Company Worcester. Mass. U.S.A. / Pat-May 14 & Aug. 6 ’89 April 2, ’95 April 7, ‘96”.
The bottom grip serial number? Not important, but the cylinder should have the last 3 numbers of the serial number-
(The back of the cylinder is marked “XXX” (on both the extractor and the cylinder)

If it is a 38 SW- will be marked-“38 Cal S&W CTGE”

Millions were made- 1905-1920 or so.
This one appears decent shape, depending on cylinder operation and springing.

Can vary from 75.00-300.00 if it is safe to shoot.
#26730 by damnitjosh
Mon Jun 18, 2012 12:06 pm
Not really a 'gamblers pistol' per se-
Appears to have been boxed for show and tell.

It is a Harrington & Richardson ;Safety Hammerless ;
I cannot read the complete barrel inscription, but probably says-Harrington & Richardson Arms Company Worcester. Mass. U.S.A. / Pat-May 14 & Aug. 6 ’89 April 2, ’95 April 7, ‘96”.
The bottom grip serial number? Not important, but the cylinder should have the last 3 numbers of the serial number-
(The back of the cylinder is marked “XXX” (on both the extractor and the cylinder)

If it is a 38 SW- will be marked-“38 Cal S&W CTGE”

Millions were made- 1905-1920 or so.
This one appears decent shape, depending on cylinder operation and springing.

Can vary from 75.00-300.00 if it is safe to shoot.




It is a Harrington & Richardson ;Safety Hammerless ;

The bottom grip serial number and the last 3 numbers on the cyl and the extractor are all matching
it is marked “38 Cal S&W CTGE”

it is in great shape, fires and functions as it should..
not sure if it is safe to shoot. but i have shot it more than once
#26734 by rivraton2
Mon Jun 18, 2012 5:10 pm
damnitjosh wrote:
Not really a 'gamblers pistol' per se-
Appears to have been boxed for show and tell.

It is a Harrington & Richardson ;Safety Hammerless ;
I cannot read the complete barrel inscription, but probably says-Harrington & Richardson Arms Company Worcester. Mass. U.S.A. / Pat-May 14 & Aug. 6 ’89 April 2, ’95 April 7, ‘96”.
The bottom grip serial number? Not important, but the cylinder should have the last 3 numbers of the serial number-
(The back of the cylinder is marked “XXX” (on both the extractor and the cylinder)

If it is a 38 SW- will be marked-“38 Cal S&W CTGE”

Millions were made- 1905-1920 or so.
This one appears decent shape, depending on cylinder operation and springing.

Can vary from 75.00-300.00 if it is safe to shoot.




It is a Harrington & Richardson ;Safety Hammerless ;

The bottom grip serial number and the last 3 numbers on the cyl and the extractor are all matching
it is marked “38 Cal S&W CTGE”

it is in great shape, fires and functions as it should..
not sure if it is safe to shoot. but i have shot it more than once

I appears that the trigger guard has been removed, I can find no mention of a factory variant sans trigger guard. Probably safe to shoot, safe to carry is another mater...
#26824 by countrygold
Sun Jun 24, 2012 10:36 am
I have never seen one sans triggerguard. I also think there is something odd to the grip on the left side. I was at an antique mall this week and they have a few old guns there, they had a similar H&R model, all complete and original I can't remember what they had on it but it was not an impressive number at all. About 3 boxes of ammo worth IIRC

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