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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Dyerbill, Sep 16, 2019.
Ran at this a month ago at the local gun show....H&R 999 Sportsman
You got a good one there. Enjoy it.
Very nice - mind saying what you paid for it?
They’re neat old guns that are often overlooked.
The first pistol I ever fired and the one that I learned on. I wish my dad had never sold it ($100 at a gun show many years ago).
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but the top strap of that revolver is broken. The cylinder should swing out, not up...
Congrats on a good looking gun!
Keep an eye on the rear sight blade. They had a bad habit of coming loose and getting lost.
Nice little gun.
I bought one in 2010.
A few months ago I gave one just like it to a neighbor lady friend.
As I recall there's a little screw that holds the front sight in place. You might check it from time to time.
At age six I fired my first sidearm while camping with my uncle and my cousin in Mississippi circa 1962. It was an H&R revolver, just like the one you scored. My Grandfather had one also. He kept his spare ammo in baby food jars...
Aaaargh. I hate you. I have go to go out and find one of these things.
Well I had one way back in the early 90s, all I can say is I hope you got one that works.
Nice, a classic beauty! May I ask if you happen know when it was manufactured?
Mine was made in 1974 and i paid $300 gladly....and so was the guy I bought it from...offered 400 for it as I left
I’ve got a couple of them.
I stumbled across this 4” Sportsman 999 yesterday at a local gun show. The store had taken in a collection of pretty rough High Standards and this was in the group. It looks pretty much perfect and is exactly the model I had been lusting after.
Does anyone know where I can check the serial number to determine when it was made?
Google the serial#