Gunsmithing: High Standard Dura-Matic .22 Rimfire (Gunworks)




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downeastgunworks: Srbija575.... If given a choice - go with the Colt... Or the High Standard. - yes I'm biased towards the older classics. They're classic for a reason..... Just saying.

Alex Hughes: how much do you get to make the trigger work again on a late model m-101 plinker? The trigger will not reset. 

SHANE JOYCE: I have a high standard duramatic that won't eject the shell after being fired. What should I try replacing?

bearvsshark: great video. I have one of these pistols and I've been having a problem with the barrel nut coming loose after firing about 3 rounds. After that the barrel is loose and the next round won't load. Would you recommend putting lock tight on the screw before tightening the barrel back on?

sumochop360: I was wondering if you could make a video of field stripping a Hi-Standard 22 long rifle Supermatic Citation model 104. My grandfather passed away a couple years ago and my grandmother gave me his Hi-Standard. I want to clean and oil the gun so it doesn't rust... I have fired the pistol and it is oiled but hasn't been cleaned or maintained for years. This is a pistol I will pass on to my children.

Gui Farid: great video....

wushaw: Really informative and straight forward was looking how to field strip and clean a high standard supermatic citation model 104 but enjoyed the info anyway, haven't checked out your other videos but I plan to subscribe... Thanks

NJ James: Awesome work...any video on how to replace the extractor? Just bought one and a new spring/plunger and I don't want to F it up...

downeastgunworks: @K7SJA I've often said it before, and I'll mention it again -- if you could learn the designs of the three Johns, John Browning, John Thompson, and John Garand -- you might have just about 80 % of the world's gun designs pretty well mastered. Now there are a few other oddball designs you'll have to figure out too, but not too many of them are too different. Gunsmithing is about 2 years of school and a lifetime of learning. I always learn new things constantly....

Vffr1: Thanks for the video. It help me a lot in taking my Dura-matic apart. All the best. Triple

AngeredKabar: Wow... The Beretta Neos looks very similar on the inside.

NJ James: This clip really helped me out a ton...I have it all stripped down, media blasted and getting it prepped for a refinish. The extractor was easy to replace as it is real similar to many .22 automatics so figured it out myself...thanks for the help!

jeffshootsstuff: Cool. I have one of these and like it a lot.

Thomas Cook: Mr. Green, Thank You for this video instruction on breaking down the 22 Duramatic. This gun was my Grandmothers and, until now, has probably never been broken down and cleaned. My Father has told me that less than 20 rounds has ever been fired through it. I now have a well preserved and now CLEAN 22 duramatic thanks to your video!!!

K7SJA: I've watched most of your videos, and it's beyond me HOW YOU REMEMBER how to disasemble - not to mention RE-assemble all these different models of firearms. . . I love to watch a MASTER at work. Thanks

ScrappedTreasures60: A true gunsmith. Thank You.

bob jones: Hey Jim. I've owned a HS Trophymatic in the 80s and was the most accurate gun I've ever shot but they closed shop in Hamden and went to Texas. I once purchased a high standard about three years ago and it shot very bad. I saw one the other day that was made in Hamden Conn.. What should I look for before I buy this gun to possibly help me be assured that's it's accurate? They want 699 for it and that's a big chance to buy this gun because once I do it's mine. Thank you.

Kevin Gregory: I'm always amazed at how well you know all of these guns. It really shows the difference between an enthusiast and a professional. Keep it up!

Jeff Galpin: Hey do you know if the trigger pin is a taper pin? I have one to fix for my father in law and I can not get that pin out, the trigger is very stiff so I am worried someone drove a pin into it that didn't belong.

57bigchap: love the video own a highstandard model104 would like to find out more info on this model
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