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one old shotgun for sale@@@SOLD THANKS$$$

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  1. motordoctor

    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    this is an h and r single shot 12 guage with hammer. 30 inch barrel. NO FOREND WOOD OR METAL. Says BAY STATE on the side of the receiver. any idea what it is worth. thanks belongs to a friend and he asked me to list it.,
     
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    I saw a nice, complete one at a gun show for $150 two years ago. I offered $125 and was rejected. Without the forend, I'm afraid you might be looking at $50. Good luck.

    -Gary
     
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    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    ok anyone in at 50 dollars. lets start a bid or so.
     
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    Hell I'll bid $30 to get it started. Make a good camp gun. Ken U
     
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    A camp gun?? What are you going to do, stir the fire with it??
     
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    Motordoc,

    I'll bid $50. The old H&R's were built not too far from here.

    LA in MA
     
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    It probably sold new for $8.00 from the Sears mail order catalog.
     
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    55 ,Hoot Stir the fire, Hell no use it make me a forarm out of chunk of wood

    from woodshed. May not be perfect but it will shoot good. Ken U.
     
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    Are you going to hold the wood on with Duct tape?
     
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    Numrich's will have the parts.
     
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    I don't use that cheap stuff to hold my forearm on. Gorilla tape is the only way.Ken U
     
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    I'm surprised no one ask bore size, barrel weight, ser. # range, D@C, & LOP. :)

    But seriously, since it doesn't have ejector, all the forearm does is extract the shell, I think you can fire this one without the forearm.
     
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    pull or release
     
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    Motordoc,

    Would you mind measuring the distance from the forearm stud to the end of the barrel? Is it 6.0 inches? And is the length of the barrel lug about 2 3/4 inches, where it meets the barrel?

    If you could take these measurements, I'd really appreciate it.

    LA in MA
     
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    What is the bore to choke measurement. What length of pull?, What POI?, Pull or release? Adjustable POI and or comb? LOL. What percentage of pattern in a 30 in. circle at 35 yds? Good Luck!! Tim
     
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    Above is the web page for buying the forearm of it. Good luck.
     
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    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    wow.ALL THESE QUESTIONS No it is not an adjustable rib because it has no rib. No adjustable comb or any other adjustments. bore 730-698. stock not cracked. rear of barrel to lug 6 inches.lug about 3/8 inches high, 30 inches overall barrel. full choke, manufactured 1916-1942. serial number A 810493. Pull trigger. stock appears NOT to have been touched or cut. It can be fired without the forend. any other questions please email motordoc


    I believe that you can get a release trigger, adjustable rib installed, ported,backbored,adjustable comb, hard travel case, nitride coating,powder coating, overcoating and underwear to match everything else if you want to shoot trap with it but to just shoot the bull it works just like it is

    Bore looks shinny, smooth. little bit of surface rust but not bad, ejector works freely
     
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    It does have a ejector and forearm hasn't a damn thing to do with ejecting shell.

    Open it after firing and shell will eject and you may also have barrel section

    and stock with trigger section separated. Ken U
     
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    How about parting it out? I may be interested in the barrel if it has a high serial number. LOL
     
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    Motordoc, I'll go $60. I am now strongly convinced that the missing forearm of this Harrington & Richardson 'Bay State' is identical in configuration to that of my Harrington & Richardson 'Hammerless', which I featured in an earlier thread here. I think the barrels will interchange as well.

    LA in MA
     
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