Dating hi standard pistol
As a final note on High Standard pistols, they are listed under the following category names: Letter Series, Letter Series w/Hammer, Lever Letter Series, Lever Name Series, 100 Series, 101 Series, 102 Series, 103 Series, 104 Series, 105 Series, 106 Series - Military Models, 107 Series, Conversion Kits, and SH Series. number cut-off for New Haven, CT marked guns is 442, XXX. One exception is a 9211 Victor serial number 3,000,000 shipped 1 March, 1974. Both subscriptions are available in one, two, or three-year durations.
In 1932, the company, headed by Carl Gustav Swebilius, purchased the Hartford Arms and Equipment Company and began making .22 caliber pistols.
This pistol has a 6 3/4 inch round barrel that is not easily removed as seen on other High Standard pistols such as the .
It is fed by a single column 10 round detachable box magazine.
During WWII High Standard operated plants in New Haven and Hamden.
A final move was made to East Hartford, CT in 1977 where they remained until the doors were closed in late 1984.