Let’s go old school, not really old, old, but 80 years old with the Harrington & Richardson 22 Special. This is one of my first firearms I owned and it brings back some good memories. This break action 9 shot revolver is from the early 1930’s, so we’re treating nice with some 22 shorts, which helps out with the ears also. A 6″ barrel, nice (modified) wood grip, and in single action the trigger is not too bad. Really pretty accurate for the small sites, it points and shoots well as shown in the video hits the targets about every time from approximately 35 feet. It can fire Long Rifle, Longs, and of course the shorts I use in the video. This isn’t really a review, but more of a look in. Plus a look back on my interest in firearms and a carnival story some may not believe.