Webley Scott Parts

Trigger spring

34. Extractor

Note: Grips and 2 grip screws are not shown.

Harrington & Richardson Model 929 "Side-Kick" double-action re-vuivcl was introduced in 1956. Of solid-frame construction with swing-out cylinder. the Model 929 is chambered for the .22 short, long, and long rifle rim-fire cartridges. Cylinder capacity is 9 cartridges. There have been a number of minor changes in the design of this revolver since its introduction. When ordering parts, it is necessary to give the arm's complete serial number with letter prefix and the name of the part.

Disassembly Procedure

Check revolver to be sure it is unloaded. Remove swingout arm pivot pin (32) from front end of frame (1). Pull hammer (12) back to lower cylinder stop, swing out cylinder and extractor assembly (33 & 34) with swingout arm assembly (25). Disassembly of extractor (34) from cylinder is not recommended and is unnecessary for normal cleaning.

Drift out front trigger guard pin (7) and rear trigger guard and sear pin (9) from left to right. Remove trigger guard (24) with cylinder stop assembly (23) and sear (20) with sear spring (21).

Remove grip screws and grips (not shown). Cock hammer (12) and place a nail or small pin through hole in lower end of mainspring guide (13) where it protrudes through mainspring seat (15). Release hammer and drop mainspring, guide, and seat assembly out of frame.

Drift out trigger pin (8) from left to right and drop trigger (16), trigger spring (22), lever and spring assembly (17), lifter (18) and lifter pin (19) out of frame. Remove hammer screw (11) and drift hammer screw stud (10) out of frame from left to right. Remove hammer (12) from top of frame. Reassemble in reverse. Note that all pivot pins are knurled at their right ends and should be replaced in frame from right to left with knurls at right.

Phantom of the Model 929 revolver shows the relationship of all interior lock mechanism parts when assembled in the frame. Lever and spring assembly (17) pivots on a pin set into the left side of the lifter (18). ■



Self Loader Pistol DiagramsWebley And Scott Auto Recoil Spring

Introduced in 1916 by Harrington & Richardson of Worcester, Mass.. the H&R cal. .32 self-loading pistol was based on design patents held by the English gunmaking firm of Wcbley & Scott. The Webley & Scott version of this pistol featured an outside hammer, but jhe model offered by H & R was a true hammerless, striker-fired arm.

The H&R cal. .32 pistol was one of the first American-made pocket pistols to have a magazine safety or disconnector to prevent firing of the gun when the magazine was removed. However, this feature was subsequently abandoned. so H & R pistols of this type will be found both with and without the magazine safety device.

Mechanical details of interest in this pistol include the cartridge indicator pin on the extractor which extends above the top of the slide when there is a cartridge in the chamber and the thumb safety which is pushed upward rather than downward to disengage it. The latter procedure is contrary to usual practice in pocket automatic pistols.

Production of the H & R cal. .32 self-loading pistol was discontinued in 1939. Approximately 40.000 were made.



1. Barrel

2. Slide

3. Bolt face retainer pin

4. Slide endplate

5. Detent spring

6. Endplate detent

7. Firing pin

8. Spring guide

9. Firing pin spring

10. Right grip

11. Slide return block

12. Recoil spring

13. Spring guide

14. Bolt face

15. Extractor

16. Extractor spring

17. Front guard pin

18. Trigger pin

19. Trigger guard hinge screw

20. Sear

21. Sear pin

22. Sear stop pin

23. Grip safety stop pin

24. Sear spring follower

25. Sear spring

26. Grip safety hinge pin

27. Grip safety

28. Spring plunger

29. Magazine safety spring

30. Trigger bar detent

31. Magazine safety pin

32. Magazine safety

33. Magazine

34. Magazine catch

35. Magazine catch spring

36. Magazine release button

37. Magazine catch pin

38. Trigger bar

39. Left grip

40. Grip screw

41. Thumb safety

42. Safety catch detent

43. Detent spring

44. Trigger spring plunger

45. Trigger spring

46. Trigger

47. Trigger stop pin

48. Trigger guard

49. Frame

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1 Takedown of the cal. .32 H&R pistol is not difficult. The barrel (1) is retained by the front of the trigger guard (48). The guard has a notch to allow the toe of the magazine floorplate to be used as a lever in disassembly. Pull trigger guard down slightly as shown, and push barrel and slide off. When reassembling, it is not necessary to pull down the guard. The cam on the underside of the barrel will push the trigger guard down.

4 The H&R sear mechanism is unique in that there is no mechanical connection between trigger (46) and trigger bar (38). To remove the trigger, it is first necessary to remove the trigger stop pin (47). There is a small hole in the right side of the frame. If a thin punch is inserted through the frame hole when the trigger is at rest, the trigger stop pin can be driven out. Then the trigger pin (18) can be removed.

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2 Once the slide endplate (4) is removed, the firing pin (7) and recoil spring (12) can be removed. To remove slide endplate, the endplate detent pin (6) must be depressed with a thin punch while the endplate is pushed up. Take care when the endplate is removed to prevent the slide return block (11) from flying out.

5 When reassembling trigger guard (48), insert the front tang into the frame with the front guard pin (17) out. Push the rear end of the guard into place and insert the trigger guard hinge screw (19) through the frame and through the hole in the trigger guard. Then pull the front tang down slightly and drive the front guard pin (17) into place.

3 The left hard rubber grip (39) is easily broken if removed improperly. First remove the grip screws (40). Remove the right grip (10) and the magazine (33). Put thumb safety (41) in up or "off" position. Through the magazine well, push the lower end of the left grip. When free of the magazine catch pin (37), slide it down and out from under the edge of the thumb safety. Do not force.

6 The sear (20), sear spring (25), sear spring follower (24), grip safety (27), magazine safety (32), and magazine safety spring assembly parts (28) (29) (30), must all be assembled together as shown and held together with the magazine safety pin (31). This assembly can then be easily installed in the frame as a unit. Line up the grip safety hinge pin (26) and then drive in the others. ■

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Harrington & Richardson .32 Cal. Auto

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    How to assembly harrington & richardson’s selfloading pistol?
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