i have a h-r 410-12mm . pat. feb.27. 1900and ser.#a82578. how much is this gun worth. thank. c. french.
Need to know who made it, overall condition, accessories, box, papers, etc..
12mm + 12cm
1.2 cm in 12mm
Wrong place to ask. This is for COLT firearms.
A standard HSS drill bit in 12mm is all that's needed.
yes,12mm= approx 1/2inch.
It's not rifled because it is a shotgun. It is most likely a Stevens product made c. 1920-1950.
410 is a shotgun, not a rifle. And I can't find any H&R Model 1915, rifle, shotgun, or pistol, so that is probably a patent date. What type action does it have and are there any other markings? The 410 Handy Gun is a pistol which fires 410 shotgun rounds. It is impossible to register and illegal from what I've been able to gather. The Handy Gun is a .410 bore shotgun pistol manufactured by H&R. The Model 1915 was the successor to the Model 1905 shotgun line. The 410-12mm refers to the bore size simply in millimeters instead of inches. They were also marked 410-44 from 1916-1921. The 410-12mm marking was used between 1922-1936. If the gun is not already registered as a short barreled shotgun it will probably not be allowed and will most likely be confiscated by the BATF. I have a standard Model 1915 myself.
12mm gives more spin on the cue ball
It's a shotgun, not a rifle. Value for the single-barrel 'Newport' guns in .410 run about $75-$100. email@example.com