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value of high standard 22

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by rooferbob, Jun 27, 2013.

  1. rooferbob

    rooferbob Active Member

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    I am helping a friend price some estate guns. Any ideas on value of this High Standard HD military 22? Also any idea what the grips are?
    Thanks Rooferbob

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    Many of those old High Standards are quite valuable; these days, most of them are. You might want to visit sites like GunBroker.com and review closed auctions to see what some have sold for. They are among the most accurate autoloading rimfire pistols ever made and while that model was not a first choice of bullseye shooters, it will probably do very well.

    The grip panels appear to be aftermarket ones (made of maple?).

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  4. Mike Battista

    Mike Battista Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I received your check for the NAA and belt buckle. Looking in the on line Blue Book under High Standard, semi-auto, Military models i couldn't find a listing for your auto.
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    Thanks Mike and Ed
    I am seeing any where from $300 up to maybe $750.
    Any other thoughts?
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    I would think $450 to be the low end and $600 to be a starting asking price.

    The grip look like plastic and probably hand made by a skilled previous owner.

    Hope you put it up for sale here.