The following information can be found in the books "The M1 Garand: WWII" and "The M1 Garand Serial Numbers and Data Sheets" found at Fulton Armory, and are used here with Mr. The following information is copyrighted and may not be copied, distributed or used in any other forms of publications, or in any other written or electronic form without the expressed permission of Scott Duff or No monthly range of serial numbers has yet been developed for Post-World War II production of the M1 Garand.

Following are the serial number blocks assigned to Springfield Armory and the two prime contractors, International Harvester and Harrington & Richardson Arms.

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Wesson who co-founded Smith & Wesson, started a firearms manufacturing firm in 1859, sharing an early patent with Nathan Harrington.

As well, can you provide a source for the dat in this chart?

Sorry, it is the historian in me always seeking footnotes and source information.

In 1875 Harrington and another former Wesson employee, William Augustus Richardson, formed the new Harrington & Richardson Company. In 1894 the company opened a new facility on Park Avenue in Worcester, Massachusetts. The firearms produced through this time to 1911 carry extreme value as original antiquities.

In 1888 the firm was incorporated as The Harrington & Richardson Arms Company. Harrington was president, Richardson was treasurer, and George F. After the deaths of Harrington and Richardson in 1897, Brooks became the manager and the company was held by heirs Edwin C. Original rifles and shotguns from these dates are scarce because of their limited production and discontinued parts.

Frank Wesson started a firearms manufacturing firm in 1859, sharing an early patent with Nathan Harrington.

In the 1960s H&R was acquired by the Rowe family, and warranty cards were sent to 'Industrial Rowe', Gardner, Massachusetts. H&R built flare guns during World War I, and a variety of firearms, including the Reising submachine gun during World War II.

Marlin, including all its H&R assets, was later acquired by Remington Arms Company in December, 2007. H&R manufactured the M14 rifle during that rifle's production cycle (1959–1964). Note: Many of the above guns are stamped as "H&R .22 Special" / ".22 W. F." or ".22 Winchester Rim Fire" NOTE: Pre-1898 solid frame revolvers were designed for use with black powder loads.

As far as I know, H&R and NEF both offered the single shot shotguns as they are owned by the same parent company.

Wesson produced two trigger rifles and spur trigger pistols and pocket rifles/shotguns popular for short length holster models such as the discontinued topper compact pocket shotguns.