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SGVICTORIt is not a High Standard model 200. The Numrich cross reference is wrong. The 583.60 is from the mid 1950's and the Model 200 did not appear until the mid 60's There were several different design series in between.
The compensator/choke system is the Powers-Pachmyer Power-Pac and is not related to the Cutts system. The power-pad had the tuned mostly in side teh compensator while the Cutts had it downstream of the compensator. Sometimes the Power-Pac gets plastic wads hung up on the entrance to the choke tube.
Choke tubes came in three different degrees of choke and were called long range, medium range and short range.
I have seen the tubes sold on GB and eBay.
There si no serial number. High Stadanrd did not serialize shotguns until January 1969 except for exported guns, some made for police departments, and teh model 10-series A
If it was made in December 1956 or later, there will be an assembly date code on the barrel just forward of the receiver.
According to all the books I have this is a High standard 200.It is not a High Standard model 200. The Numrich cross reference is wrong. The 583.60 is from the mid 1950's and the Model 200 did not appear until the mid 60's There were several different design series in between..
POWer-PAC chokes were the creation of E. Baden Powell and Frank Pachmayr and originally produced by the Pachmayr Gun Works in Los Angeles.SGVICTOR
Seems like there are two types of Power Pac chokes. One style has three lengths of chokes with the short range being the shortest. The other choke style seems to have all three choke ranges same length dimensionally. Don't know which style came first, and maybe the second style was to overcome the problem of wads getting hung. Any thoughts on this?
According to all the books I have this is a High standard 200.
This is from the blue book and 4 others not parts places but reference books.