Harrington and Richardson Top Break .32 Short

This is a .32 S&W top break revolver built by Harrington and Richardson sometime between 1908 and 1913 according to my research.

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You probably shot more rounds through it for this video then was shot through it in the last hundred years.


I have a US Revolver Co. 38 S&W that looks just like that one. Mine has no sights,
It shoots high, I can see how your sights would make it aim a lot lower.
Yes, my trigger pull is 15lbs.
I tried using the bullets suggested, but they keyholes. So instead of the heavier bullets, I use 105gr semi-wadcutters.
Thanks for the video!