High Standard B - AI4FR Home Page This High Standard Model B was manufactured in. HIGH STANDARD MODEL B Pistol Takedown Guide - Brand. Hi-Standard Model H-B, First Model .22 Pistol for sale in category High Standard Pistols offered by Bobs LLC: Outstanding Hi-Standard Model H-B First Model .22.
who had been the National Parts Distributor for High Standard since the middle 1970's purchased the .22 Target pistols. HI STANDARD GUN PARTS; Bob's Gun Shop, MILLIONS of Gun Parts, Hi.... Modern Firearms - Hi-Standard HDM silenced ORD 9 SNL B 32 Pistol Automatic 22 High Standard Model B and HD 1944 high standard gun parts - - auction archive for.
DM1975 shows us a nice example of this civilian gun above.
I think this is the first military Hi-Standard he has ever owned. The pistol is a Hi-Standard Model HD Military with US military markings. I love my HD military (mine is the longer barrel version). When he called me to tell me about his find, he was so excited.The Mk II was intended for the military and police markets and finishes were normally either matte blue or parkerized. Some of the parkerizing was dark green while some runs were black.My first Mk II looked like it had been finished with a wood rasp! Introduced in 1982, the Mk II was offered in but one caliber that I'm aware of, 9mm.time: AUTHOR: aclesve GOOD USED HIGH STANDARD MODEL B PISTOL SEMI AUTO 22 Ca 6 3 4in. High Standard Model "B" .22 Pistol Grips Our reproduction grips in hard urethane plastic.
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I would guess that yours would likely be from the same contract as mine. So, again WADR...no, it's not "easy" BTW, OP already got the info he was looking for on "The Other BHP Forum"... The Browning website is notorious for "issues", the pistol(s) in question are FN pistols, not Browning import FN pistols and both were produced by FN before Browning began importing FNs BHP pistol...neither is included in Browning's website...
So, again WADR...no, it's not "easy" BTW, OP already got the info he was looking for on "The Other BHP Forum"...
I suppose that all of these may be true, but I sure would like to hear more info on it. In addition to the Model B pistol High Standard offered the military the H-D.
A slightly modified version of the H-D was accepted and designated as the Model USA H-D.
My father served with the Marine V Amphibious Corps in Amphibious Recon during WWII. I think this is the first military Hi-Standard he has ever owned. The post-war, civilian-market, commercial ones marked "MILITARY" were so marked to differentiate them form the old style, pre-war variants. Property and Ordnance marks, so it is NOT made for civilian buyers.