C&R/collectible Harrington & Richardson .25 Caliber "Self-Loading" (automatic) Pistol. Has been in my family for at least three generations, but I don't know specific details of history. Has not been used since at least the 1950's and probably not since the 1930's/40's. I disassembled and cleaned it and safety, trigger, and slide all seem to be in good working order, but I have never fired it. It does not have the clip (been missing for at least 50 years). Grips are in excellent condition with only issue being a small vertical crack (1/8" long) directly below safety lever and a very small chip on base of left hand grip (near where bottom of magazine would be). Finish is original blued finish, but it's not perfect (minor surface deterioration/superficial pitting on approximately 50% of finish though nothing deep). Outside end of barrel has a slight dent that does not affect the bore--was probably dropped, resulting in a slight bevel to the outer edge of a small part of the barrel end (left lower quadrant when looking at end of barrel). Based on online research, this pistol was produced in the USA in very limited quantities from about 1912-1916 and is a derivative of a similar Webley design. The right side of the slide is marked "Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. Worcester Mass USA Pat Aug 20 07 April 13 1909." The left side of the slide is marked "H&R Self-Loading Caliber .25". Serial # is "4410" (stamped on left side lower receiver behind grip) and appears to have matching #'s (though one "4" appears to have been worn-off on barrel and slide serial #'s). I have several high-resolution pictures I can send that support this description. Dimensions of pistol are: overall length = 4-1/2"; overall height (base of grip to top of slide) = 3"; base of trigger guard to bottom of grip (holdable grip) = 1-1/2"; overall thickness = 3/4". Probably weighs about 0.8 - 1 lb (estimated) without clip/ammo. Payment via USPS money order. No box or papers. No clip included. SOLD AS IS -- NO RETURNS. Re: shipping cost, I have contacted virtually every FFL dealer within a 25-mile radius, and the cheapest shipping I can find is a flat rate of $50--all of which goes to the dealer. I am only willing to ship FFL to FFL, and the place I will use to ship this gun is also only willing to ship FFL to FFL. Thanks for looking.
Cost is flat rate of $50, all of which goes to my FFL dealer. Can only ship FFL to FFL. FFL will ship when payment has cleared.
Trades Accepted: No
Private party seller in northern California just selling a gun now and then that I no longer want. Will only do sales with gun transfer via FFL dealer. Accept only cashier's check/money order with USPS (postal) money order or major bank cashier's check preferred. Gun ships from dealer when check clears. Willing to do local sales through a mutually convenient FFL within 100 miles of my location. Buyer is responsible for all shipping fees if gun is shipped. I'm not interested in trades.