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Hi-Standard Model 10x Victor


Type:Pistol
Produced:1997 -
Caliber:.22 LR
Action:blowback operated semi-auto
Trigger:single-action (SA)
Safety:frame mounted manual safety
Magazine:10-round
Frame:carbon steel
Grips:black epoxy-finished wood
Sights:fully adjustable
Notes:vented rib
Barrel Length:5.5 in.
Overall Length:9.5 in.
Height:No Data
Width:No Data
Weight:46 oz.

Manufacturer:Phone Number:
High Standard Manufacturing Company800-272-7816
5151 Mitchelldale Suite B-11Website:
Houston TX 77092www.highstandard.com
Importer:Phone Number:
Website:
MSRP:$1375
Used Est.:$1075
Last Update: 7/4/2013

Caliber:.22 LR
Alias:.22 Long Rifle
Muzzle Velocities - from1050to1435ft/sec
Muzzle Energies - from98to191ft-lb
Bullet Weights - from32to40gr

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Ranking Factors
Power Factor:23820- IDPA Rating Calculation
Recoil Factor:0.11 ft-lb- Standard Free Recoil Calculation
Total Capacity:11 rounds- Includes Chambered Rounds
Concealability:Poor
Defense Factor:33%

About the Handgun:
The 10X Series from High Standard are high quality custom pistols assembled from hand selected parts. They feature a parkerized finish and black epoxy-finished wood ambidextrous grips.
About the Manufacturer:
In 1926 this engineering company was formed in Connecticut to make gun-barrel drills. The company bought the manufacturing assets of the defunct Hartford Arms & Equipment Co. in 1932 which allowed High Standard to enter the handgun business by simply putting the Hartford design back into production under a new name. Improving on the Hartford design, the company quickly gained a reputation for accuracy. During World War II commercial production was suspended while they manufactured military training pistols as well as pistols fitted with silencers for clandestine military use. They resumed commercial operations after the war but stiff competition from foreign imports put them out of business by 1985. In 1993, High Standard Manufacturing Company, Inc. of Houston, Texas acquired the company assets and trademarks perpetuating the Hi-Standard name and reputation on to present day.
About the Cartridge:
The Stevens Arms Co. developed the .22 Long Rifle rimfire cartridge from the .22 Long cartridge case developed 16 years earlier, with a 40 grain round nose bullet loaded to a higher velocity than the older 29 grain .22 Long bullet. Modern .22 Long Rifle High Velocity cartridges drive a 40 grain copper-plated bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1255 fps and muzzle energy of 140 ft-lbs from a rifle barrel. This rimfire cartridge has become the most popular sporting and target shooting cartridge in the world.
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