Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Monac, Sep 6, 2015.
Congratulate your friend on being able to obtain one of those little guns. Production stopped during WWI, with something over 16,000 made, but they are very uncommon today.
Still, an automatic (or "self loader") requires somewhat more instructions than a revolver, and the box for a 25 ACP pistol must have been pretty puny - they didn't go in for elaborate packaging back then, either. I'll keep scrounging!
And yes, the H&R 25's don't seem to turn up in nice condition very much. As you say, they are now all VERY old.
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