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High Standard clip

Discussion in 'Technical Questions & Information' started by fourtimedad, Oct 22, 2009.

  1. fourtimedad

    fourtimedad New Member

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    I have a High Standard Model E semi, does anyone know where i can find spare clips? This was given to me by my wife's Uncle. beautiful gun to shoot. Also i was wondering if someone might know the value to this so i can have it insured.
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  3. fourtimedad

    fourtimedad New Member

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    Thanks, No i live in Vermont one of the few states with awesome gun ownership rights. Would you happen to know how i can find a value for insurance?
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    Someone might know better than me but probably $600-800 depending on condition. Is this "The Victor" model?
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    fourtimedad New Member

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    If it doesn't say it on it then probably not. it has a 4-1/2" barrel and the blueing is nearly perfect except for a tiny wear at the tip of the barrel. I have the original box as well. Here are a few pics.

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  6. SGVictor

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    That is a model E type I-B which is the early version of that gun. The short barrel is less common than the long barrel version and teh type I-B is less common than the type II. This type I-B was probably made between May 1938 and August 1939. Value might be in the $950 to $1150 range.


    No, this is not the Victor model which was not introduced until February 1971
  7. mr.t7024

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    Look up High Standard on line, the guns are being manufactured in Texas now. I bought 2 clips from them for my Supermatic S-101 which is over 50 tears old. They told me they carry all the clips. good luck.
  8. fourtimedad

    fourtimedad New Member

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    Thank you for your help
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    I knew they were back up and putting out a few models of pistols again.
    That pistol loooks like a ringer for the Model HD Military, except more highly finished.
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