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Tax refund, new to me H&R 676. ( pic heavy)

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by markallen, Feb 1, 2011.

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  1. markallen

    markallen Member

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    I have been looking for a .22 Mag revolver for awhile now, just couldn't find something unique that caught my eye.......until today. I went in to the store to get a bullet puller, and saw this in the case.

    A H&R 676, with 12" barrel. Perfect Coon gun !!!

    Instant love !!!. The revolver was made in 1979, and barely has a turn line on either cylinder. I probably payed too much ( $ 325.00 ). But I couldn't pass it up.

    What do you think?

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  2. Sniper X

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    Neat!
     
  3. Golderpuff

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    Congrats on the pick up. I wish I could find a long barrel .22 mag revolver in my area for that price.
     
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    Good snag! I had one of those a while back. It's a mean .22, especially in magnum mode. Probably the most accurate handgun I've ever shot. Although I sold the 12 incher, I still have a 7 1/2" one. That one, I'll never sell. They're great guns. Enjoy!

    PS There's a guy here, jamesjo, who has a ton of these. You gotta see his collection. He'll probably chime in on this thread presently.

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  6. ChefJeff1

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    nice. Now that is something I'd trade my Ruger sp101 for.
     
  7. 32 Magnum

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    JamesJo's collection is EXCELLENT - he's been very patient and choosy and it shows in the quality of his pieces. He also has acquired a rare 10" er.
     
  8. Jaymo

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    I'd love to have that 12 incher. That should be sweet with lr or mag. Does the mag use the same frame as the lr? i have the lr, don't remember barrel length. Would love to have a mag cyl and a 12 inch barrel for mine.
     
  9. jamesjo

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    Hey guys, thanks for the compliments!
    Means alot coming from your peers. even more so from someone like you 32 magnum!

    markallen, nice looking 676!
    I'll tell you this because I just saw a thread that 32 magnum posted on, be careful when using any cleaners or polish on the case hardening colors!
    They WILL disapppear!
    I learned on one of mine, before Jim cautioned me, the piece doesn't look so good anymore!

    I'll get around to posting pics tomorrow.
    I think everybody has probably seen them multiple times, but there may be someone who is still interested.
     
  10. jamesjo

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    jaymo,
    What model # do you have?
    Numrich shows the 12" barrel as being sold out. longest they have available is 7.5".
    If you really want a mag cylinder, I have a spare I would part with, it should fit any of these models 649,,676, and 686.
     
  11. goodtime

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    I love a double action revolver that looks like a single action! I wish one were made today.
     
  12. jamesjo

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    Once more, here are pics of my convertibles, hope you enjoy them!
    Have alot of time and luck involved in finding these.
    All have the original boxes.
    I don't have any model 676's yet, but they are on the list, if I could find all 4 barrel lengths offered in 1980, I would be a VERY happy man.

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  13. jamesjo

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    The rest of the convertibles.

    Model 649 5.5" 1980
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    Pics of the spare cylinders with the pouches I had made.
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    My High Standard High Sierra 1975
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