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Hi-Standard Double-Nine

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omega63
Joined: September 2011
Posts: 10
Posted: March 14, 2013 02:09 PM
This Hi-Standard Double Nine (W-104) with a 22 LR cylinder. I know it once came with a 22WMR cylinder but they are like hen's teeth---very rare if not impossible to locate---yes I have searched far and wide. Question: I came across a Hi-Standard Mark 1V 22WMR cylinder but didn'r buy it because I wasn't sure that I could make it work as designed like timing, head clearance, etc. My reasoning is that a manufuacturer(Hi-Standard) most likely used the same tooling dies to make the Mark 1V cylinder as the cylinder in the Double Nine. Any advice along these lines of thought would be appreciated. I most likely would have to change out the Ejector rod on the Mark 14 cylinder to make it work? Thank You.[img]/pub/Smiles/Wink.png[/img]
omega63
Joined: September 2011
Posts: 10
Posted: March 14, 2013 02:17 PM

I forgot to mention another questions---could anybody answer wht there is two part numbers under a part but one has an "A". There are no notations what this means so I am soewhat at a lost since I may want to buy an ejector for this W-104 Hi-Standard?

omega63
Joined: September 2011
Posts: 10
Posted: March 14, 2013 02:41 PM

What happen to the "edit button" on this forum?

Ezequiel
Joined: August 2011
Posts: 5695
Posted: March 14, 2013 06:37 PM

Run your question by Bob Shea  381 Quinnepac Ave  North Haven,CT 06473 Ph#(203)239-1012 Bob specializes in the HS sidearms and may even have your part.....AND..HS is back in buisness  and is operating in nevada. They have resumed production of many of the most popular models and are producing parts for others..Consult them at www.highstandard.com   they also run a full service repair depot...

Ezequiel
Joined: August 2011
Posts: 5695
Posted: March 15, 2013 09:59 AM

As to yor ejector concern..from what I see in paper catalog #32  there are 2 rods...one is blue and the other is nickel. I see no other note or explanation in the IPB and PL