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Old January 13, 2013, 03:11 PM   #1
Venom1956
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Lucked upon a .22 H&R at the shop!

As you know H&R is the PREMIER .22LR double action trigger pull experts.

I found a slightly beat up H&R Sportsman 999 and got a deal that I couldn't pass up. I've always wanted a top break something or other and any other 999 i've found they are wanting some big money for what they are.

So I check what I could but obviously there isn't much in common with solid frame revolvers. How do you determine what is acceptable 'wiggle' between the top and bottom? Is there anything else I should inspect?

the bore, cylinders, and extractor all looked fantastic so I could get past the exterior. I'll toss some pictures up in a bit.
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