High Standard Model "B" Information / Help Wanted

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  1. jbett98

    jbett98
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    I just picked up a 1937 model "B" High Standard pistol.
    It was completely taken apart by the previous owners friend.
    I need some help trying to figure out what parts might be missing.
    I want to order a couple of slide parts that I know are broken, but don't want to keep ordering from Numrich over and over trying to figure out whats missing or get the wrong parts.
    Any qualified High Standard smiths or collectors willing to help or sell me some extra parts?
    Jeff at 503-705-0098.
     
  2. Velzey

    Velzey
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    Numrich has a schematic of the model B right along with the parts available. You can print it out and compare parts!
     
  3. EMP9596

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    There is a tremendous amount of info here... If you use the Forum.? "Warning" follow the rules!

    John Stimson's High Standard Information

    Looks like about eight differant Model B's
    You might have to ID it with the barrel roll marks?
    http://www.histandard.info/manuals/letpistols/
     
  4. jbett98

    jbett98
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    Thanks for all of the suggestions.
    I looked at all the info I could online, and finally got it back together.
    It's a really simple little pistol after all. The only piece that needs to be replaced is the retracting rod and Numrich has them for sale.
    Thanks again, Jeff.
     

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