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H&R 929 Revolver

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Tobyj2015
Joined: January 2022
Posts: 2
Posted: January 5, 2022 04:43 PM

Hey Everyone;

I have a H&R 929 Revolver, 2½" Barrel, Serial #:  AX004362.    The gun is in excellent condition but  it no longer operates in single action mode.   Double action is great.    I can't tell that anything is broken.   I suspect that sometime when I  was attempting to change grips I may have lost something and didn[t realize it.    What part do I need to get this gun back to working in single action mode?    I would also like to put a set of grips on it that would give me a slightly larger grip surface.   The stock grips are a little small for my hands.   Is this possible or  will the gun only accept stock grips.     I need some new grips regardless.   

Thanks for you help .

Kenny James

 

Delos579621
Joined: September 2011
Posts: 150
Posted: January 7, 2022 04:16 PM

Many times after market grips do not allow the hammer all the way back in single action.You may need to inlet it some until the hammer goes all the way back.

Tobyj2015
Joined: January 2022
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Posted: January 7, 2022 08:22 PM (This post was removed on January 7, 2022 08:23 PM)
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Tobyj2015
Joined: January 2022
Posts: 2
Posted: January 7, 2022 08:25 PM

Thanks for your reply, Delos:    I do not have after market grips.   The grips that are on my 929 are the stock grips that came on the gun.    My problem is that  a part has been lost that enables the gun to  be used in single action mode.    I don't know what part this would be  and was wondering if anyone could advise me as to which part controls the single action mode?

Delos579621
Joined: September 2011
Posts: 150
Posted: January 10, 2022 11:45 AM

Why would you remover the sear (part 27)and sear spring (part 28)to change the grips?