How much is a Harrington Richardson?
Recently Sold HARRINGTON RICHARDSON 58 shotgun
|$160.00||HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON H&R MODEL TOPPER 58 SINGLE SHOT 12GA 3″ MOD CHOKE 28″ 28 INCH ” BARREL Orangeville, PA 17859||Used|
|$140.00||TOPPER LS HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON MODEL 58 12 GA SINGLE SHOT SHOTGUN NO RESERV ROBERTSON 1242-2 Remlap, AL 35133||Used|
How big is a topper 12 gauge shotgun?
Topper® Model Topper® Gauge 12 Gauge (SB1-198) 20 Gauge (SB1-298) .4 Stock American hardwood, black finish, pistol Barrel 26″ (20 Ga., .410 Bore) 28″ (12 Ga.) Chamber Up to 3″ (12 Ga., 20 Ga., .410 Bore)
When did Harrington and Richardson make the topper shotgun?
And no gunmaker in history has mastered its sleek, simple design like Harrington & Richardson®. In fact, we built our first in 1893. The Topper® name resonates with many generations of shooters because it’s often the gun you start with as a youngster and return to as an adult when you realize simple is better.
What kind of stock does a topper shotgun have?
American hardwood, black finish, full pistol grip, ventilated recoil pad. A classic take on our popular Topper Junior, this compact shotgun has a 22″ barrel, checkered American black walnut pistol-grip stock and a blued metal finish. It comes in 20 gauge and 410 bore and includes a recoil pad to improve shooting confidence.
When did the Champion Single Shot Shotgun come out?
Johnson’s early claim to fame was in handguns and his revolvers became very popular pocket pistols. While they produced single- and double-barreled shotguns as early as 1885, their most popular Champion model 36 single shots debuted in 1909 in 12-, 16- and 20-gauge with .410 following in 1916. All models were discontinued in 1957.