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High Standard target 22 ?

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Post by rebs Thu 22 Jun 2017, 09:06

If you were looking to buy one used, which model would you be looking for ?

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Post by weber1b Thu 22 Jun 2017, 09:24

I would look for a model 106 or 107 as I like the grip angle. Victors are also very nice but usually a little more expensive. While the difference may not be tremendous, I would look for a Hamden built vs East Hartford.

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Post by Chris Miceli Thu 22 Jun 2017, 10:21

i was looking at the 106 or 107 victor, The model list and trim levels can be a bit intimidating for the high standard.  i like the slab sides of the victor and the 1911 grip angle of the 106/107 and after .  A lot of trim levels have different finishes which i think the confusion comes from.

Most front and back straps i believe are hand stippled




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Post by cdrt Thu 22 Jun 2017, 10:57

I have both the Victor and Trophy 1911 grip angle models with 5.5 " barrels.  Of the two, I prefer the Victor but they both shoot well.
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Post by SW-52 Thu 22 Jun 2017, 12:37

i have a supermatic trophy military,great pistol and excellent trigger.
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Post by rebs Thu 22 Jun 2017, 12:51

The price is fairly high on used ones, what a new one made in Texas ?

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Post by weber1b Thu 22 Jun 2017, 13:00

I think the new ones are much higher in cost than the used ones can be had for. Good Citation or Supermatic models can be had for well under a thousand, many in the 700-800 range.

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Post by SW-52 Thu 22 Jun 2017, 13:38

i prefer old ones of hamden. have barrel options with lsp for bullseye shooting with drilled holes.
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Post by Jack H Thu 22 Jun 2017, 14:56

From what I have, and shown here before, a 102-104 Sport King.  And swap on an after market barrel like LSP aluminum, or Houston 10x.  And if you prefer, switch to a Houston set screw trigger.  Houston wood grips are good too.

 All the 102-104 Sport Kings I have seen maintained that good slam the car door quality while the higher grade models were beginning to suffer.
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Post by 243winxb Thu 22 Jun 2017, 22:46

When you clean the barrel, the Victor has the sights on the barrel.  No change of zero.

The others will need sighted in again, but only a few cllicks.  But your can try different barrel lengths.  There was also a 22 short conversion kit for the old ones. 

Weight, the Victor is heavier.
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