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I could not resist this, until recently unknown to me, little High Standard Sentinel. 1962, R-103. 22lr.
There's a simple charm to it, Pure 60s. Look forward to taking it out to the range.
 

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Wait till you see what a sweet shooter it is .

If it's not too personal, how much did it set you back?
About $210 - $220 in your US funds. I know they were seen as fishing tackle box guns in the day but now they hold a certain charm and the build quality is not too shabby really.

Don't see them much up here and they are usually WELL used when you do.
 

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They were also sold wearing J.C. Higgins (Sears) and Regent branding. My brother got our dad's which was our introduction to handguns. If your expectations are more in line with Charter Arms than S&W you won't be disappointed. Or, maintain it as a time capsule. Not my usual recommendation but this is unusual.

Nice catch.
 
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