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Discussion in 'Firearms Research' started by paul crow, Jan 7, 2005.

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  1. paul crow

    paul crow Member

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    Hi to everybody, and thanks for letting me register with you folks. Got my profile done, please feel free to read it and ask any questions you'd like. I have recently aquired a real nice CMP H&R model 12/H&R 5200 .22, and would like to learn a little more history on it than what is available on the CMP web site. I know American Rifleman magazine did an artical on them in August of '84 but have'nt been able to access a copy to browse thru. Any info you could come up with would be worth a couple of beers the next time you find yourself in North Texas!
    Thanks, Paul.
     
  2. Penman

    Penman Member

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    Hey Paul,
    Welcome to the group! Don't have any information on your rifle, but I'm glad you're here.
     
  3. paul crow

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    Thanks for the welcome!

    Gonna be working a couple of "double" shifts this week-end, (we're short handed at the plant right now) so it's going to be a couple or three days befor I get back to the web site. So if anyone else responds to this post and does'nt get a prompt reply, please bear with me. Ya'll have a good week-end.
    paul
     
  4. Sunray

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    Hi. There's a book about half way down the page on this site that covers U.S. Martial .22's. U.S. Martial .22 RF Rifles by Thomas D. Batha. Reasonable price and free shipping too. http://www.scott-duff.com/Books.htm
    Scott Duff is a recognised source of good info.
     
  5. paul crow

    paul crow Member

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    Thanks Sunray.

    Got the site bookmarked for a future purchase or two! That site is packed with books I'd love to have in my "library". Thanks again.
    Paul.
     
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