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Hi Standard H-D Military .22 pistol

Discussion in 'Rimfire Forum' started by Faulkner, Dec 15, 2012.


  1. Faulkner

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    Picked up an addition to my collection of .22 LR shooters, a very nice Hi Standard H-D Military with 4 inch barrel, manufactured in 1947. I fired a few rounds through it with no issues, it'll get a good range test in a few days.

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  2. bac1023

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    Very nice

    There's one of those at my local shop and I've been thinking about picking it up.

    Congrats! :cool:
     

  3. Steel Head

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    Very nice:wow:
     
  4. RJHUB

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    Shot one of those yesterday with a 6" barrel. Sweet shooting pistol. It's my brothers. He inherited it from his father in law.
    I would love to find one for sale.

    Congrats!
     
  5. Glock Holliday

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    Very nice. In light of the current ammo shortage I suspect it'll get a lot of use (& TLC).​
     
  6. gungho58

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    The High Standard is one fine pistol. I have had 2 Victor's and 4 107 Military in the past. I know have one with a Falcon alluminum barrel and a dot scope, along with the original barrel. Belong to a .22 club and do a lot of shooting.
    I will post a picture of it later.

    Good luck!