H & R model 622 .22 caliber revolver...


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defjon
October 23, 2005, 05:24 AM
Hi.

Does anyone know anything about this piece/company?? It's a small little six shot .22, and I can't find crap on it anywhere. I just joined up here, regular over at TFL. There are a lot more guns for sale in my area here on these boards! If anyone can help me out I'd appreciate it. How is accuracy/reliability/durability? What's a fair price?

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Puppy
October 23, 2005, 08:08 AM
Depending on condition it might fetch anywhere from 50 to 100 bucks.

Old Fuff
October 23, 2005, 09:26 AM
Harrington & Richardson was one of the "old line" gun companies that started in the latter 1800's. Unfortunately they went out of business in 1986.

The model 622 is a 6-shot, solid frame, .22 revolver of middle-range quality. It is sometimes is called a "pull-pin," because to eject the fired cases or unload loaded cartridges you have to pull out the center pin, remove the cylinder, and then use the pin to push out the cases and/or cartridges. All of this is simple, but unhandy.

It was made from 1957 through 1985, but similar models go back to the 19th century. It was obviously a popular design, primarily because they cost far less then others.

Today they go for around $100.00 if they are like new. Slightly more if the original box and papers are included. A used but still good shooter will fetch maybe $75.00. In lesser condition the value drops quickly.

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