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If anyone has any information or estimated value on this gun, please let me know. The markings on the gun are: High Standard Mfg. Corp., Hamden, Conn., USA, .22 Cal., LONGHORN CONVERTIBLE - The serial number is MO33480. I have pictures but I'm not smart enough to figure out how to insert them in this post. I'll be happy to e-mail you some pics upon request.

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High Standard Longhorn Convertable was the High Standard Double Nine with a long barrel - 9 1/2" - and adjustable sights. Came with 2 cylinders, one for .22lr, one for .22 magnum. Sold in 1983 for $255 factory list.

I have no idea what the sale value is now - depends on condition and if you have both cylinders, etc.

Actually, they were pretty good shooters.

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