This is a Spanish made revolver from around 1924 based on the “24” markings. It is unlikely that this revolver was produced after 1927 as the rampant lion proof was discontinued in that year. Interestingly, it is revolvers just like these which resulted in Smith & Wesson applying their “Marcas Registradas” address in the early 1930s … Continue reading “Crucelegui Hermanos .22 Hand Ejector Like Early Smith & Wesson, Nickel 5 3/4″ 8-Shot SA/DA Double Action Revolver, MFD Circa 1924 in .22 LR”
A Really Nice looking Le- Enfield that was made in Canada during WWII. I imagine that it has some interesting stories to tell. maybbe of the ETO or perhaps Korea with Princess Pats light Infantry?
But is a great souvenir !
Here is some information on H&R M1 Garands from http://www.scott-duff.com/WhoHowManyWhen.htm: “Harrington & Richardson received its first contract on 3 April 1952 and began delivery in early 1953, ceasing M1 production in early 1956. Ordnance Department records indicate Harrington & Richardson delivered 428,600 M1 rifles. Harrington & Richardson, as a long time manufacturer of firearms, … Continue reading “Harrington & Richardson (H&R) M1 Garand, Non-Import, Parkerized 24” Military Semi Automatic Rifle MFD 1954 in 30-06”
Pity that they are costly but worthy nonetheless!