H&R 1871 Buffalo Classic Rifle
For many decades, hunters across the country—indeed, around the world—have used the economical and simple break-action rifles from Harrington & Richardson (now H&R 1871 and New England Firearms) to harvest everything from squirrels to deer, black bear, elk and moose. As a general rule, the overriding appeal of these arms was their robust, uncomplicated utility.
Post-World War II M1 Garand Rifles
Put back into production after the outbreak of the Korean War, M1 rifles made by Springfield, International Harvester and Harrington & Richardson in the 1950s were the last of the Garands. Today, they are gaining attention from collectors and shooters alike.
U.S. M6: A Military-Grade Survival Gun
The U.S. military recognized early on that pilots forced down in relatively uninhabited regions of the world needed a compact survival rifle if they went down.
The Guns Of Guadalcanal
The six-month-long campaign to re-take Guadalcanal would prove to be a pivotal victory in the battle to turn back the Empire of Japan during World War II. So, which firearms were used and who carried them?
Rifleman Q&A: A Convertible Semi-Automatic H&R Pistol?
"I recently acquired an unusual, compact semi-automatic pistol. I don’t know much about it" Read on:
New For 2023: Harrington & Richardson Retro AR-15s
This year, H&R announced an expansion of its AR-15 lineup, bringing additional "retro" models to the market, including a 9 mm Luger-chambered Colt SMG clone, an M16A2-styled rifle and the carbine-size 723.