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High Standard Late Models 22LR 10 RD 490M

Reference: 4247

High Standard Late Models 10RD 490M

SPORT KING 1ST MODEL: made from 1951-1954 with a lever takedown and 1954-1958 with a pushbutton takedown. In both 4.5 and 6.75 inch barrel lengths.

SPORT KING – LIGHTWEIGHT: made from 1954-1965, differing from the Standard only in that it had an alloy frame, reducing the weight about 9 oz.

SPORT KING 2ND MODEL: introduced in 1958 and made until 1984. No visible external changes, all modifications being internal.

FIELD KING: made from 1951-1958. Basically the same gun as the Sport King with target sights and a heavier target barrel.

SUPERMATIC: made from 1951-1958 in 4.5 and 6.75 inch barrels. Adjustable target sights and adjustable barrel weights.

SUPERMATIC TOURNAMENT: made from 1958-1966 in a 5.5 inch bull barrel or 6.75 inch heavy barrel. Adjustable barrel weights.

SUPERMATIC CITATION: made in 6.75, 8 and 10 inch barrels, longer barrels tapered with stabilizers and removable weights. Made from 1958-1966.

SUPERMATIC TROPHY: modification of the Citation with a 5.5 inch bull barrel or 7.75 inch fluted barrel, with detachable stabilizer and weights. Extremely well made and well finished. Made from 1963-1966.

For non Military Made by TripleK

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HIGH STANDARD DURAMATIC, .22LR, 10 RD 612M

Reference: 4296

HIGH STANDARD DURAMATIC, .22LR, 10 RD 612M 

Dimensions are for 6.5 inch barrel. First produced in 1951 as an inexpensive plinker and target pistol. Discontinued in 1970. Screw takedown rather than push button. MFG by TripleK

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HIGH STANDARD MIL. GRIP MODELS, 10 RD Magazine 990M

Reference: 4297

HIGH STANDARD MIL. GRIP MODELS, 10 RD Magazine 990M

(VICTOR BULL BBL)
The Military Citation and the Victor models of the High Standard modern target pistols use a magazine with a base extension to compensate for the long military style grips. The rear sights mounted on a frame above the slide so the slide recoiled without sight movement. The basic Victor, Supermatic Military and Trophy Military models were augmented by several unusual models made from parts as the factory was closing down. Triple K magazine has an extension attached for ease of insertion and extraction.

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HIGH STANDARD HD 22 LR 10 RD 212M

Reference: 4326

HIGH STANDARD HD 22 LR 10 RD 212M  

MODEL A: .22 LR, 4.5″ or 6.75″ barrel, blue with adjustable sights, hammerless. 7300 made from 1938 -1942.

MODEL HA: Modification of the A, including a visible hammer and lighter barrel. Approximately 1,000 made from 1940-1942.

MODEL D: Basically the same as a model A except for a heavier barrel. Approximately 2500 were made between 1938-1942.

MODEL HD: Same as the model D with a visible hammer and no side safety. Approximately 7,000 were made from 1940-1949.

MODEL HD-USA: Same as the HD, except it has a thumb safety, heavy barrel, Parkerized finish and marked “Property of USA.” Approximately 44,000 made between 1943-1946.

MODEL HD MILITARY: Same as HD with thumb safety. Approximately 150,000 were made from 1946-1955.

MODEL E: Same as model A showing much more hand finishing, heavy barrel and thumb rest grips. Approximately 2,500 made between 1938-1942.

MODEL HE: An E model with a visible hammer. Approximately 1,000 made between 1940-1942.

 

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HIGH STANDARD B, GB, HB 22LR 10 RD 405M

Reference: 4327

HIGH STANDARD B, GB, HB 22LR 10 RD 405M

MODEL B: Original High Standard hammerless model, which looked very similar to the Hartford Arms Gun produced by the factory they had acquired. Available in either 4.75″ or 6.75″ barrel. Approximately 65,000 were made from 1932 -1942.

MODEL B-US: Exactly the same as model except marked “Property of US” on the frame. Approximately 14,000 manufactured from 1942-1943.

MODEL HB: Similar to the Model B, except it has an external hammer. Some made with and some made without safety. First made in 1940-1942. Discontinued in war years and manufactured again between 1949-1954. Approximately 25,000 were made.

MODEL GB: In 1949, High Standard began manufacturing pistols with interchangeable 4.5″ or 6.75″ barrels. Pushing a lever released the barrel for easy exchange. The GB was the first of these, and approximately 5,000 were made from 1949-1950.

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