HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON, INC. SHOTGUNS: BOLT ACTION MODEL 349 GAMESTER DELUXE
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MODEL 349 GAMESTER DELUXE


12 or 16 ga., 26 in. barrel, 3 shot tube mag., H&R's "VARI-CHOKE" adj. choke, oil finished pistol grip walnut stock with fluted comb, 7 1/2 lbs. Mfg. 1952-1955. There is pricing information available for purchase for this model. This data is available in the following options:

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MODEL 348 GAMESTER

12 or 16 ga., 28 in. barrel, 3 shot tube mag., blue finish, safety located on the right side of the receiver, oil finished pistol grip walnut stock with fluted comb, hard rubber recoil pad, 7 1/2 lbs. Mfg. 1949-1954.

MODEL 120

16 ga., 2 3/4 in. chamber, 5 shot tube mag., blue finish, 26 in. barrel with choke tubes, safety on right side of receiver, oil finished walnut pistol grip stock, vent. rubber recoil pad, 7 1/2 lbs. Mfg. 1941-1942.

MODEL 440

12, 16 (2 3/4 in. chamber), or 20 ga., 4 shot tube mag., 26 or 28 in. barrel, hammerless standard size receiver, push button safety at rear of trigger, bolt release at front of trigger, side ejecting, blue finish, walnut pistol grip stock and semi-beavertail forearm, vent. rubber recoil pad, 6 1/4 - 6 1/2 lbs. Mfg. by Manufrance 1968-1973.

MODEL 500

12, 16, or 20 ga., 2 3/4 in. chamber, 3 or 4 shot detachable box mag., 28 or 30 in. barrel, oil finished walnut stock, 6 1/4 - 6 3/4 lbs. Mfg. 1946.

MODEL 48 TOPPER

12, 16, 20 ga., or .410 bore, 26 to 32 in. barrel with chokes, case hardened frame, top lever break open action, rebounding hammer, self-adj. barrel latch, auto-ejector, three-piece takedown (snap on forearm), oil finished walnut pistol grip stock, semi-beavertail forearm, hard rubber buttplate, this model was the first to use the Topper name. Mfg. 1943-1956.

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