I don't usually find many acorns around, but today I sure did!
I used the Armslist pictures they had posted, as they did a great job of taking them, I sure couldn't do as well.
Has the original manual (1 folded piece of paper) and the box is a bit beat up, but so am I after all these years.
Interesting note.. in Bill's book it says these were only made in 1960-61, but it has a V prefix which would indicate 1959 Mfg. I realize that dating production is not an absolute science.. specially on H&R's.
It looks like it has been fired very little, 99%+ condition.
I think it was a bargain at $214 including tax.