"MODEL 60-H&R REISING-CAL.45 / HARRINGTON AND RICHARDSON ARMS CO. / WORCHESTER, MASS. U.S.A. PAT. PENDING". Produced between 1944 and 1946 this is the semi-automatic version of the Marine Corps model 50 submachine gun. The model 60 was intended for use primarily by civilian plant guards and security personnel. It features an 18-1/2 barrel, full sized walnut stock, and a 20 round detachable magazine (2 extra valued at $55.00 each go with the sale). It fires from a closed bolt and is cocked through the port in the underside of the forearm. With a total production of 3,200 rifles this model is very scarce. The serial number of this item is “1120” I checked about the finish on the rifle and was told that originally these rifles were blued or parkerized and since it shows no evidence of being blued it must be parkerized. The stock originally had swivels and they have been plugged. The overall condition and operation of this rifle is excellent, the walnut stock is virtually free of defects. The magazines are original and show some slight surface rust they are by no means rusty and show no dents. The adjusting ramp for the rear sight is missing. Buyer pays $25.00 shipping. Can’t sale where the 20 round magazines are prohibited.
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