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H&R Model 999 .22 Revolver

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by HRHodder, Feb 18, 2011.

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  1. HRHodder

    HRHodder Member

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    I just acquired one of these in virtually NIB condition. I am seeking a manual and parts list if anyone has one. Thanks in advance
    Regards, H. Hodder
     
  2. PapaG

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    Do a search on Gunbroker.com under revolver, parts. Also Ebay often has manuals for obsolete guns...go to Ebay, hunting, and put in 999.
     
  3. dagger dog

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    Get a parts list and may be a schematic, at www.e-gunparts.com that's Numrich.
    Boy are you going to have some fun, the Sportsman is on heck of a revolver and accurate to boot! I have an older one with the firing pin on the hammer, traded for it and I don't regret it either!

    Welcome to the highroad!
     
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  4. jamesjo

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    HRHodder,
    I have a manual for a 1955. and a 1980 999.
    Tell me the letter prefix of your serial #, and I will be happy to email you a copy of whichever one is closest to your year of manufacture.
    Jim

    p.s. You are required to post pics for us to get the manual!! LOL
     
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  5. sixgunner455

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    That's a stellar thing to do, James. Very nice.
     
  6. jamesjo

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    That's the kind of guy I are!! :D
     
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    I've got one of those also HRHodder, Mine was left to me when my Pop passed on. Its practically new also, not shot much, warmer weather coming and I'll get it out and stretch its legs! Congrats on the new revolver.
     
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