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JOHNNY WACKO

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A H+R 32 5 shot in for a cleaning... Nice little gun

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wixedmords

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Nice pickup JOHNNY WACKO.

I have a H&R 676 in .22lr I picked up over the winter.

It's a very single-action looking double-action 6 shot .22lr.

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The design and style brings me back to times gone by.
 

wixedmords

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JOHNNY WACKO":3i4zfp8l said:
I had one of them years back...It shot what 9 shots ???

6 shooter. The 9 series is the 9 shooters, 6 series are 6 shooters. Mine is a convertible and would be convertible if I have the .22 Mag cylinder. Most of the 9 series have the fluted cylinder. I think this one is a little special with the unfluted cylinder, the case-hardened finish, and the integral matching CH ejector rod housing.

I may pick up one of the top-break models like you have at some point in time. Just looking for the right one. I might try a Sportsman in .22 with a vented-rib.

Good post JOHNNY. H&R's are something a little different, a little out of mainstream.
 
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Nice, Johnny. Thanks.

Makes me wonder how many gazillion of the little nickle-plated .32's are lying around in sock drawers and night tables, perhaps totally forgotten.

I have the one that belonged to my great grandfather when he was town marshal (constable?) of his tiny Missouri village. Wish it could talk.

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shaner

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wixedmords":1w11ulkr said:
Nice pickup JOHNNY WACKO.

I have a H&R 676 in .22lr I picked up over the winter.

It's a very single-action looking double-action 6 shot .22lr.

HR_676_5a.jpg


The design and style brings me back to times gone by.


wow that was the first handgun i ever owned i used it to run a trap line back in the early 70's
 
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