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Old 04-24-2012, 02:46 AM   #11
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The Hi Standard Victor is the only 22 target pistol I ever shot. It helped me win a lot of matches and championships.
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I am lucky enough to have my dad's HD military. He can't shoot it any more, and had owned it since before I was born! Thought I had a picture on the phone, but can't find it. Fantastic pistol, and very much cherished! Was the first pistol I ever shot other than the CO2 BB pistol he taught me with
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love my hd. my dad had a custom forearm put on many years ago. personally i like this look better than stock.getting ready to strip the wood to get a better match on the two pieces. if anyone has an original magazine they would be willing to sell i would be interested. lost mine, bought a cheap reproduction, does not work as well as the original.Hi standards - Semi-Auto Handguns
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Here is another high standard.
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Got another High Standard yesterday
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The Hi Standard Victor is the only 22 target pistol I ever shot. It helped me win a lot of matches and championships.
Have a chance to buy a 1970 high standard victor that has never been shot. The guy is asking $900. Seems expensive to me. Thoughts?
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NIB w box etc., if true that would be a find. Used one in good shape was around $600. Never seen a NIB. Mine is from Hamden, CT. The gun shoots better than I can.

Problem is finding ammo she likes - Tgt velocity ammo can get expensive - hell, 22 short is expensive now.

@ $900 level - SW 41 in range (new mags, parts, springs easy available)

Roll of the dice - a good Victor will outshoot SW.

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An online broker I like to use has had one for a few months and I love the idea of getting one, but I just can't see myself enjoying it enough, I hardly take out half my guns when shooting as is and I've got two 22s already. Still a very cool looking gun.

Isn't Hi Standard now one of those Flip 1911 copy manufacturers?

Here's the one I've been looking at, is the 4.5in barrel..

http://summitgunbroker.com/hd-military.html

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Have a chance to buy a 1970 high standard victor that has never been shot. The guy is asking $900. Seems expensive to me. Thoughts?
Not to me. That's a pretty good price of he's also got the box and paperwork.
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