What kind of shotgun is Harrington and Richardson?

What kind of shotgun is Harrington and Richardson?

It’s a Harrington & Richardson Inc. Deluxe Topper 488. Under the Harrington and Richardson Inc. engraving on the rifle, is a small T. The barrel says 410 Gauge ~P Full Choke, just like the shotgun pictured above.

How big is a Harrington and Richardson 410?

Barrel measurement is 27 3/4 inches, entire rifle is 43 inches long from tip of barrel to the back of the shoulder pad. Shoulder pad is 5/8 inch thick. There is no serial number anywhere on the weapon.

Where was Harrington and Richardson gun company founded?

Location: Madison, North Carolina One of the oldest manufacturers of firearms in the United States. Original Harrington and Richardson started in 1871 and was in existence until 1986. For all those years, the company was located in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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When was Harrington and Richardson bought by Remington?

After the original company closed, in 1991 a new company, H&R 1871 was formed in Gardner, Massachusetts. In 2000, H&R 1871 was purchased by Marlin Firearms. The assets of Marlin, including H&R 1871 and its subsidiary, New England Firearms (NEF), were bought by Remington in 2007.

The Harrington & Richardson Topper Model 58 is a single-shot brake-barrel shotgun. My particular model is a 20 gauge, which I picked it up at a pawnshop. Sure the furniture was a little rough and there was some rust on the barrel.

What to do with a Harrington and Richardson topper?

I first removed the dented and dinged finish from the forend and the stock. I refinished it with gun stock stain and several coats of a wipe on polyurethane. Then I turned my attention to the barrel. I used steel wool to remove the damaged bluing and the rust that had accumulated on the barrel.

Who are the owners of Harrington and Richardson?

H&R 1871, LLC (Harrington & Richardson) is a manufacturer of firearms under the Harrington & Richardson and New England Firearms trademarks. H&R is a subsidiary of the Remington Outdoor Company.

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Harrington & Richardson single shot .410 shotgun. In good used condition except the stock which although solid, has 2 cracks in it. See Photos. This is a collectible shotgun.

Where was the original Harrington and Richardson located?

Original Harrington and Richardson started in 1871 and was in existence until 1986. For all those years, the company was located in Worcester, Massachusetts. After the original company closed, in 1991 a new company, H&R 1871 was formed in Gardner, Massachusetts.

Is the H & are pardner.410 a good gun?

The .410 lives for the dreaded copper-headed water rattlers that inhabit these parts. The .410 a good small game gun. It is a must for those living in the country. It is the bare minimum for taking on rabid critters like raccoons, or foxes (both of which I’ve seen in my short five years in central Virginia). It is good for running off feral dogs.

When did Harrington and Richardson go out of business?

Original Harrington and Richardson started in 1871 and was in existence until 1986. For all those years, the company was located in Worcester, Massachusetts. After the original company closed, in 1991 a new company, H&R 1871 was formed in Gardner, Massachusetts. In 2000, H&R 1871 was purchased by Marlin Firearms.

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What’s the average price of a Harrington shotgun?

A HARRINGTON RICHARDSON shotgun is currently worth an average price of $291.28 new and $262.15 used . The 12 month average price is $291.28 new and $261.77 used. The new value of a HARRINGTON RICHARDSON shotgun has fallen ($36.64) dollars over the past 12 months to a price of $291.28 .

Where is the serial number on a H & are topper?

Serial number, right at the bottom of the billboard, just above the bottom edge of the receiver. Where they hiding ’em now? Mine is a Topper Model 15 and the serial number is right below the Harrison & Richardson also!