H&R .32 Auto Pistol


American made by Harrington & Richardson from 1910 until the early 20s, this pistol is a modification of the Webley and Scott model first made in 1906. This model is hammerless in name only as it has an internal hammer, and differs from the English in firing system and grip safety. Made only for a short period of time. Simple takedown by pulling trigger guard back and down. The pistol has a small grip safety.