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Made prior to 1950. These always looked so rakish to me. The holster is from the well-known Hamley Co. in Pendleton, OR.


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Just ordered an extra magazine from Brownell's -- current High Standard production.


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One of my favorite .22 semi auto pistols. I've been shooting mine for over 40 years while buying and subsequently selling numerous other makes and models including Colt Woodsman Match Target, S&W Model 41, Ruger MKII, S&W Model 17, High Standard Model B, High Standard Model HB, and a Colt Peacemaker. I've just never felt or shot a more comfortable .22.
BTW, don't buy those horrible Triple-K magazines
 
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