High Standard .22 Pistol
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|High Standard Supermatic Trophy|
|Place of origin||United States|
|Manufacturer||High Standard Manufacturing Company|
|Weight||46 oz (empty)|
|Barrel length||5.5 inches|
|Action||Single Action Semi-automatic|
|Muzzle velocity||920-1048 ft/s|
|Feed system||10 round box|
|Sights||Forward blade, rear notch (adjustable) Drilled for scope|
High Standard target pistols are manufactured in a variety of models in .22 Short and .22 Long Rifle chamberings for use in competition. One selling point is the similarity in grip angle and manual safety location to the M1911A1 series, a pistol common in service pistol competition.
A variant of the World War II-era High Standard target pistol was used as the basis for the High Standard HDM suppressed military model used by the Office of Strategic Services and later the US Military and Central Intelligence Agency.
- Gun Test Article on High Standard Supermatic Trophy
- High Standard (manufacturers) website