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    Harrison and Richardson Arms Co.

    I ran across an old Harrison and Richardson Arms Co. 12 gauge in one of my junk boxes, It needs a varrel release lever.

    I can't find anything on Numeric.

    Any idea where to look?

    Thanks!

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    Try Jack First 605-343-9544. Give him a call and he might be able to help


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    Thanks Ratt !

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    Good place! Only 45 minutes south on I-90!!!

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    Try searching for Harrington & Richardson.
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    Dragonrider has it. You spelled the first name wrong - computers are VERY
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    Especially when it will screw you up!

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    Give me more information, I might have one in the parts bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonrider View Post
    Try searching for Harrington & Richardson.

    That' not the same company!
    I spelled it correctly.
    I'm very familiar with Harrington and Richardson.

    This is
    Harrison and Richardson Arms Co

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlaw484 View Post
    Give me more information, I might have one in the parts bin.
    I'll go out and try to get a model number and picture in a little John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlaw484 View Post
    Give me more information, I might have one in the parts bin.
    Here's a picture John. The stud measures .239 flat to flat.
    Thanks!


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    No sorry, I guess I used the one I had.
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    Women always say that giving birth is way more painful than a guy getting kicked in the nuts.There is no way to prove that they are wrong.

    But a year or so after giving birth a woman will often say "It would be nice to have another child".

    You never hear a guy say, "It would be nice to get kicked in the nuts again".

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlaw484 View Post
    No sorry, I guess I used the one I had.
    No Problem John. I found one and a goldmine of old shotgun parts, at the gunshow last weekend.
    Thanks for looking !

    I love the old 1900 era shotguns and they are surprisingly good shooters with BP loads. I don't shoot reduced smokless in them anymore.

    At the same gunshow, I found an old Columbia for $20.00.

    I took it home and checked it out, fixed a few minor things and loaded a few BP shells. Shoots great. I may hone the barrel. It's OK but has the typical roughness of guns that age.


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