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What's the best book on repairing H&R Revolvers?

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by sign216, Jan 7, 2020.

  1. sign216

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    I've got a modern (post WW2) H&R .32 revolver with a simple repair; trigger return spring.
    I know these can be tricky, w slave pins, etc.

    So what's the best book on fixing these?

    Joe in Massachusetts.
     
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    NRA has bare bones assembly- disassembly information for some H&R firearms depending on what you have.
    https://www.amazon.com/Pistols-Revolvers-Official-Firearms-Assembly/dp/0883173352

    Numrich might also have parts breakdown and schematics depending on the model. These can be had by their catalog sets (you can also buy old out of data Numrich catalogs on ebay) or buying a pdf of a specific firearm.

    I think that Jack First also has parts breakdowns.
     
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    Hi...
    Don't own an H&R revolver so I have no first hand knowledge.
    My father owned one many decades ago...he needed some work done on it though I don't recall what.
    He complained about the cost so I would think the best book might well be a checkbook.
     
  6. sign216

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    Col,
    I heard of Goforth's book, as "The" book on H+R. They are hard to find.

    I've heard that H+R revolvers are a pain in the butt to fix. Simply, they were put together in a factory w no regard for future repair.

    All, sorry for the late reply. Guess I'll search youtube or something.
    Joe
     
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