A .22 LR caliber semi-automatic pistol, with 4.5" or 6.75" round barrel and 10-shot magazine. Blued came with checkered hard rubber grips (later production versions have checkered grips impressed with High Standard monogram). Introduced 1932, with serial numbers beginning at 5000. Early production utilized Hartford parts. Approximately 65,000 made. NOTE: Add $75 premium for Type-I-B take-down; $75 premium for early models with Hartford Arms front sight, safety and takedown levers; 15 percent premium for box with papers. C&R eligible. Most guns are found in serial number ranges from 5,000 to about 95,894 and 148198 to about 151021.