Reasonable offers will be considered.
The Model GE was the top of the line, heaviest barrel, pistol offered by High Standard in .22 LR when it was manufactured beginning June 1949 and ending December 1950. This is a rare gun. Fewer than 3,000 were produced. The Model GE has a removable bull barrel, which was offered in two sizes: a 4.5" bull barrel and a 6.75" bull barrel. The Model GE left the factory equipped with deluxe walnut Roper style grips.
The Model GE is similar in appearance to the Model GO,which also is known as the First Model Olympic. The differences between the Model GE and the Model GO are few. The Model GE is chambered in .22 LR, wheras the Model GO is chambered in .22 short. The Model GO has an aluminum slide. The Model GE does not. The Model GO has an unusual curved magazine, a unique characteristic of the gun.
This Model GE would be in mint condition but for minor flaws. The notable flaws are located on the slide, where there is a little pitting and several tiny scratches.
The sale of the Model GE is as is with no returns. Please ask all questions before offering to purchase.
All State and Federal laws will be observed.
Please view my other listings for additional quality High Standards I have listed for sale, including: a Model GO, a Model C, a Model D, a Model E, a Citation 102 Series, an Olympic Citation 102 Series formerly owned by Tom Dance, an Olympic ISU slant grip Numbered Series, and a Victor Numbered Sries with an extra barrel and a .22 short conversion kit. I am also offering for sale an H&K P7 K3 in .22lr and a Colt Ace in .22lr.
I welcome your questions and all offers. I may consider a trade for a custom rifle such as a Griffin & Howe, a Sedgley, a Niedner, a Brownell, etc. I am partial to rifles chambered in .22 LR. If you have a rifle you think may be of interest to me which you are willing to trade for one or more of my guns, please do not hesitate to contact me. I would like to hear from you.
No returns. The cost of shipping shall be the actual cost of shipping, insurance, and packaging.
Actual cost of shipping and insurance.