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H&R 22 cal

Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by yockey, May 30, 2003.

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  1. yockey

    yockey Member

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    Targeteer model 265 serial 11197 can anyone give me any info as to date of manufacture and or availeability of parts? This is a heavy barrel rifle.
     
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    Can't help with info about the gun, but you can get drawings and parts for it from Gun Parts Corporation.
     
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    I can find absolutely no info on this model anywhere! :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead:
     
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    In a 1971 edition of The Gun Digest Book of Modern Gun Values there is listed as below;
    "Harrington & Richardson Model 265: called the Reg'lar Model in advertising; bolt-action repeater; .22 LR only; 22" barrel' 10-shot detachable box magazine; uncheckered hardwood pistol-grip stock; Lyman No 55 rear peep sight; blade front on ramp. Introduced in 1946; dropped,1949.
    They also list a
    "...Model 465, advertised as Targeteer Special; bolt-action repeater;. 22 LR only; 25" barrel; 10-shot detachable box magazine; uncheckered walnut pistol-grip stock; Lyman No 57 rear peep sight, blade front on ramp; sling swivels, web sling. Introduced in 1946; dropped,1947. (This photo shows a bull barrelled rifle)
    There is also a
    "Targeteer Jr. has the same basic specifications as Model 465, except for 20" barrel; shorter youth stock; 5-rd. detachable box magazine; Redfield No 70 rear peep sight, Lyman No 17A front . Introduced in 1948; dropped, 1951.
     
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