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High Standard Sport King Model TX 9200 .22 LR

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A good-looking pistol with excellent workmanship and a fine trigger, the High Standard Sport King failed to come through with stellar accuracy. The problem seemed to be the barrel, which was not of the same quality as the rest of the gun. We loved the 1911-like grip shape, wood grips, and stippling. The gun had great promise but failed to deliver, in our view.

High Standard Sport King Model TX 9200 .22 LR

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Concealed Carry
Recreational
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Trigger Pull Single
Trigger Pull Double
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The Sport King's grip was mighty familiar to those who shoot the 1911 .45 autos. We don't miss the ancient over-slanted H-S grip shape.
We loved this stippling treatment on the frontstrap.
It locked the hand to the gun without the abrasion that can come from checkering. Note the excellent checkering on the fancy panels.

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