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    Quote Originally Posted by robbmax1 View Post
    I'm new to this Forum, but have read all the previous Post regarding the H&R 922 Pistols regarding the Serial Numbers. Its saying the first version started in 1927 with the Serial Numbers starting with 125xxx. I inherited one from my Great Grandfather and the Serial Number starts with 124xxx. That is before the 1927 version starting with 125xxx. So, what year was mine made, would it be a different version?
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    I have the same problem. I just bought a H&R 922 with serial # 123195. Not having much luck finding info on the ones before 1940. It was exciting to see your serial number because it's the only one I've seen on the internet that's close to mine.

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    There was another one Posted on here with a 123xxx Serial Number, so that makes 2 older than mine. Mine is in Rough condition right now. It belonged to my Great Grandfather and I was told by my Mother that he carried it with him everywhere he went. The Wood Grip shows quite a bit of wear and the Cylinder just spins. The Mechanism that lock the Cylinder in place to line up the Bullet with the Barrel is broken. I have found a Gunsmith that says he can probably fix it, but there is a 3 month backlog and if he finds out the Pistol can't be fixed and it would still be dangerous to Fire, He legally can not return it to me. I am hesitant to send to him because it is a Family Keep Sake. Good luck in your search for more information. If you find out more information Please Post here so the rest of us will know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbmax1 View Post
    There was another one Posted on here with a 123xxx Serial Number, so that makes 2 older than mine. Mine is in Rough condition right now. It belonged to my Great Grandfather and I was told by my Mother that he carried it with him everywhere he went. The Wood Grip shows quite a bit of wear and the Cylinder just spins. The Mechanism that lock the Cylinder in place to line up the Bullet with the Barrel is broken. I have found a Gunsmith that says he can probably fix it, but there is a 3 month backlog and if he finds out the Pistol can't be fixed and it would still be dangerous to Fire, He legally can not return it to me. I am hesitant to send to him because it is a Family Keep Sake. Good luck in your search for more information. If you find out more information Please Post here so the rest of us will know.
    Sorry to hear about the condition of yours. Mine appears to be functioning as it should and in pretty good all around condition. I haven't shot it yet because I just got it today. Hopefully tomorrow or Sunday. Here's a few photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barker4105 View Post
    Sorry to hear about the condition of yours. Mine appears to be functioning as it should and in pretty good all around condition. I haven't shot it yet because I just got it today. Hopefully tomorrow or Sunday. Here's a few photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barker4105 View Post


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    I can only post 2 at a time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barker4105 View Post
    I can only post 2 at a time?

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    evenin ya'll ,,..
    following this thread as im having the same issues identifying and sourcing parts for my prewar 922.
    mine is an octagonal 6" barrel, has the flat mainspring along with a with a serial number in the 150,XXX range.
    over time ive been able to locate everything function wise except.....
    the correct cylinder center pin and a spare 9 round cylinder.
    any leads or direction ya'll might provide would be greatly appreciated.

    current projects:
    just finished a mossberg 151,
    currently waiting on parts for a peep sighted marlin a1,
    and just sourced an incomplete savage 6A

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    Mine begins N and it was produced in 1953 so yours being M I would say 1952

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    Howdy fellas, brand new to the forum with a 922 of the first edition. Serial # first four 1257. It's missing pieces and I can't seem to confirm what pieces are the right pieces at Numrich or elsewhere online. I hope to attach a photo of what I have and I think I am missing a sear and cylinder stop but might be missing more. I would sure like to make this shooter function. I don't know if it was blued or nickle because the finish is gone but seems to be in pretty solid condition.

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