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Hi to all. I have a 9 shot H&R hand gun

When I go to eject the spent shells the sylinder goes up to hi. I thought it was the swing out arm so I ordered one yes it was the wrongs one. So before I send it back I was just wondering what ealse it might be? Thanks. RON I

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Sounds like the spring is worn out, you need to take to a gunsmith to have repaired.

Posted on Nov 23, 2015

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SOURCE: The Bolt will not stay back after last shell is fired from mag.

Try putting the original magazine back in.The tapco mag probably does not have the vertical extension that holds the bolt open.Compare the two mags side by side.Good Luck

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SOURCE: How can i find out what length of a shells are ok to use in my Harrington & Richardson arms co. Worcester Mass. U.S.A single shot 410 ga. shot gun

It should be stamped on the barrel. If not, please take it to a gunsmith. He should be able to tell you what lenght of shell can be safely fired from the gun.

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First, listing a gun problem in the Toys section is kinda confusing. 36 grain, so i assume .22 caliber. Is this by chance a P22 or P99?

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My Friend,
It seems you really have outdone yourself! The only thing I can recommend is to go to your local gunsmith ( a gun store could help in the location of one hint, hint) and have them disassemble the old gal. they will assess the damages done by your rookie mistake, and hopefully it's not too bad eh (she's a beauty she is). next time I STRONGLY recommend you take every precaution necessary to not damage you the guns or others. I STRONGLY recommend cleanings after every use, and please be sure to slide the slide arm all the way forward next time. You are lucky you were not hurt.
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