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10 gauge Harrington and Richardson $199

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by brdslayr, Jan 21, 2012.

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    10 gauge H&R for sale. 3.5 in chamber. 36 inch full choke barrel. Thin blue on barrel and worn finish on wood, but no cracks or gouges. I got this to make myself some 10 gauge empties for my double and have accomplished the goal. Now I will pass it on to the next crazy person. This thing will evaporate a 55 yard clay target. $199 plus cost to ship. PM if interested. JW
     
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    It will also turn a perfectly good shoulder to mush
     
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    "Not for women or children"
     
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    They do have a boot to them, but they will also reach out and touch something
     
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    Just got back from the range. Found one more box of 3.5in 2oz 2's. Three of us had a good time from the 27 yard line. Pretty heavy gun and wasn't that bad as I shot about 20 shells out of it. JW
     
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    The only thing they're good for is tree trimming.........but they're very good at that.
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    I was one that "Had fun". This gun does not kick that bad. It mulches targets. It really was fun. Thanks. Corey
     
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    My dad and I each bought one back in the early 80's before steel shot was required. $79 apiece.

    Still have them both along with the MEC 10ga loader. Neither for sale....yet.
     
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    100 u s dollers on gun broker
     
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    Thats a hell of of a deal, you should buy it. But wait, people such as yourself aren't looking to buy, you're just trying to starts some sh!t by jumping onto my thread. Thanks for keeping it at the top.
     
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    Classic John...Classic!

    Shane
     
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    It blows my mind that people have the balls to do that. What a jerk. I have a list of people whom I will never ever sell to, buy from or help in any way. He just went on my list
     
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    And it's "U.S. Dollars" not "u s dollers"............
     
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    lightning20ga, I'll take 3 @ $100
     
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    But there are also 10 gauges like he's selling on Gun Broker that are more than he's asking

    I would buy it but I already have a 10 ga, it's a Mag 10, yeah I know it's a piece of junk, but it has never failed me

    The good part is the auto action takes up quite a bit of the boot
     
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    A guy use to come to the trap range with a H+R 10 ga. Boy did it bark when he shot it. We asked him if he was shooting factory ammo or reloads. He said reloads. OH? What is your load? He then said the type of powder. We then asked what kind of wad? He said he did'nt use a wad. Now we are really paying attention. He said he will punch out the old primer and put one back in with a hammer. He would then place the hull infront of himself and pour from the can the powder. Do you weigh or mueasure any of the powder? NO why? All I do is look at it and then pack it in. I then take some cardboard that I cut out and put it in place then I pour the shot in. I then put another piece of cardboard in then push the tab's in to close it.

    We weren't to sure about this guy. He did blow the forearm off the gun and then we started to give the guy a push out. We didn't see the guy for awhile but we heard he did blow up a Marlin 30-30 down at the rifle range. We think he was over loading the 10ga 3 times the legal load. Like I said its one tough gun.
     
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    New price. JW
     
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