How much does a Sentinel R101 pistol cost?
A HIGH STANDARD SENTINEL R101 pistol currently has too little sold data to calculate an average price. The demand of new HIGH STANDARD SENTINEL R101 pistol’s has not changed over the past 12 months. The demand of used HIGH STANDARD SENTINEL R101 pistol’s has not changed over the past 12 months.
What was the price of a Sentinel gun in 1955?
The MSRP for the blued gun in 1955 was $37.50. The Sentinel had a one-piece wrap -around plastic grip. Originally the blue guns had a brown grip and the nickel guns had a white grip, but that scheme was not retained throughout production. A 1955 catalog says the gun was available with a 3 or a 5 inch barrel.
When did the High Standard Sentinel revolver come out?
High Standard introduced their Sentinel revolver line in 1955, probably at the request of Sears Roebuck, which was a major customer and owned quite a bit of High Standard stock.
Who was the designer of the Sentinel R-103?
It turned out to be a Model R-103 (the first was the R-101 and the last was the R-108), designed by Harry H. Sefried II. He worked with “Carbine” Williams at Winchester and then at High Standard where he designed the Supermatic Citation and the Olympic pistols and this Sentinel revolver.
What are the grips on a Sentinel 22LR?
No Grip Screw. High Standard Sentinel Deluxe, R-106, Grips, original. High Standard R-101 Sentinel 22lr Revolver Part. Hammer High Standard Sentinel Deluxe, Barrel, blue, 6″, R102-R108.
Is the sentinel.22 revolver a good buy?
Introduced as an inexpensive plinker, the High Standard Sentinel.22 revolver was ahead of its time, and may be the best buy in a used handgun today. The Sentinal series was always a good value, and has become extraordinarily so in recent years. Author Massad Ayoob bought this one for the tag price of $75 in 2003.