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These are the best pictures I have - I can get more if needed.
There is NO SERIAL.
The buyer is insisting that ALL H&Rs were serialized and is now refusing to purchase.
Perhaps this was a prototype that was not serialized? IDK.

Only mark is a strike on the butt under the grip which is not readable.
I need to be certain this is not a serial scrubbed firearm.

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Have you tried google? Seriously. Or the manufacturer?
Many times they can help.
As to no serial number. That depends on it's age. Before, IIRC, the late 1950s or so many guns were not serial numbered. I have a couple that were not.

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I believe this is a 1930s ish firearm.
I told this guy the same thing - pre required serialization and a 22 - so likely not to have a Sn.
He is insisting that ALL H&R were serialized.

Whatever - IDIOTS are a dime a dozen and frequently LESS these days.
 

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Relist it and move on.
 

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I have one dated to 1929 that I purchased from the original buyer's widow. She said they lived in Ogden, Utah, and he bought it and the holster from a shop that was closing and having a sale. A quick look at the holster and I bought it immediately. The gun came from the Browning Bros. shop in Ogden that closed that year! Holster is stamped with their shop's stamp on the back.



 

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Nice mm93, I like your rifle too. Please stop by the new members area. And introduce yourself.
 
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