Join Date: Feb 2007
Location: NW Ohio , Oak Openings Area
I have one of these but it is stamped Merwin & Hulbert it is the same model as the H&A. M 922 meaning 22 rf caliber.
I was quite lucky finding it at a gun show late on the last day and the seller must have been ready to pick up and go home as he had put some of his guns in cases and it didn't even have a price on it .
I looked it over well and the bore was near perfect the wood has some small dings but not refinished and the metal good about 50 % of original finish, original sights so I asked the seller what his best price was and he said $ 125.00 so I was pleased and bought it without trying to negotiate any lower.
I consider it a boys rifle as it is very light and about the size of a Stevens Favorite but it is a true falling block and can hold up to hi speed 22 LR ammo and know of some were built in centerfire such as the 38 Colt the link that operates the falling block has 2 connection holes where you can remove a screw change the block hight from rimfire to centerfire.
They are a simple design without a lot of parts and were originally sold for about $ 5.00 and were offered in special order with quite a few options such as half round / half octagon barrel, full octagonal barrel , better sights, checkering , different calibers