There is, after all, H&R serialization out there, and this one's AX prefix dates it to 1981. This Model 176 Single Shot Harrington & Richardson 10 gauge shotgun was manufactured from 1977 to 1985 only. Light to moderate scratches and pecks affect, by our estimate, no more than 15 percent of the Walnut-stained hardwood stock is affected. There is some spottiness at places on the metal, but this is not conspicuous and the color casehardened receiver retains full lustre. Bore and mechanism are excellent. We consider this shotgun to be Very Good to Excellent Condition, with 85 to 90 percent of its original finish remaining. This is only the second shotgun we have come across with a 36 inch barrel in the past 2 years. Own it for only $269.95
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