Old gun, is it worth it to fix it?
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  1. Old gun, is it worth it to fix it?

    I have an old harrington & richardson arms that looks to me to be a .38. Made in worcester, ma October 9th, 1935. Has some pitting. Is it worth it to make it brand new and to be in workable condition? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas1338 View Post
    I have an old harrington & richardson arms that looks to me to be a .38. Made in worcester, ma October 9th, 1935. Has some pitting. Is it worth it to make it brand new and to be in workable condition? Thanks.
    I am pretty sure that reconditioning a collectible firearm reduces its value.

  4. Okay, I may want to take it to a gunsmith just to see if it's safe to fire. Wish I knew how to upload a image of
    gun so all could see!? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas1338 View Post
    Okay, I may want to take it to a gunsmith just to see if it's safe to fire. Wish I knew how to upload a image of
    gun so all could see!? Thanks
    Use the "Insert Image" icon in the edit box for a new post.

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    It could be worth major cash but don't refurbish.

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