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As a follow-up to recent additions to the ads for the 999 Sportsman model, I've found these generic ads for H&R Top Break Revolvers....





These aren't as fun to collect as the guns themselves -- but it is A LOT easier on my finances!!! 8)

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Re: Misc H&R Top Break Revolver Ads

This is what I have for the H&R Defender model...

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Sales Info:


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Re: Misc H&R Top Break Revolver Ads -- "Defender" added

I've been busy...............


Collecting old H&R Top-Break Ads, that is -- guess that's because it's much easier on the wallet than collecting the guns themselves; although I can't complain in that department either.


Sure, I'd rather be collecting old Winchesters or S&Ws, but the H&R top-breaks are affordable, and I can buy 10 $100-200 guns over the course of 4 or 5 years much easier than I can scrape the $1,500-$2,000+ needed to buy a nice Winch/S&W all at one -- and only 1 of those.


Anyhow, here's all the older ads that I've added to my growing H&R collection.


I wish Jim H and Bill G were here to see this update, as I'll bet 90% of what I know about H&R Revolvers came from them.


Tight groups!


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H&R Auto Ejecting Ad:



H&R Premier Ad:



Another Premier Ad:



H&R "Thief" Ad:



H&R "Burglar" Ad:



H&R 22 Special "Target Model" Ad: (Shoots 22 S, L or LR; it is not a "special" round of 22 as some confuse...)



H&R Target Grips Ad:
 
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