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H&R 1906 Model

rhmc24rhmc24 Member Posts: 1,984 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited March 2009 in Ask the Experts
I took this pistol as part of a trade as worth $200 to me. Top strap H&R 1906, .22 Rim Fire on left of 2 i/2" barrel, S/N 55xxx, nickel, blue t.g. & color case on hammer. Nickel is 100% with a few very small places of bubbling & discolor. Grips perfect but for a tiny flat contact mark each side probably from placing on table surface. Bore is perfect, probably unfired as it shows no recoil mark usually seen on recoil shield at firing pin exit. $200 may be optimistic as a value but these little ones rarely survive this good. I have two same but 6" bbl., one of which not quite so good. Interested primarily in when manufactured. Comments and/or other info appreciated. Thanks


  • b.goforthb.goforth Member Posts: 982 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    7 shot cylinder capacity, pull pin cylinder release, nickel finish (blue optional), 2?, 4? or 6 inch barrel lengths, hard rubber Target Logo grips, marked with company name and address on left side of barrel and on top strap in two lines "H&R MODEL 1906 22 CAL. R.F."
    After 1930 listed in catalogs as: H&R MODEL 6 DOUBLE ACTION No. 96 .22 RF CALIBER 7 shot
    VALUE: 100%=$185 60%=$65

    with a 5 digit serial number this one is mostlikely pre 1915. there are no known factory serial number records for this model.
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