Greetings, I was searching Gun Broker last week for something, probably gill guns, and ran across a Model G for sale, advertised as a Standard Products Model G. I'd read about them and always thought them interesting so I made an impulse buy. I'm now the proud owner of Standard Arms Model G #5202 (same # inside and out) in .30 Remington. This looks like the biggest concentration of Model G information so I've been reading up and thought I'd introduce myself and show off my find. It has a tang mounted sight (unmarked but looks Lyman) and the stock is unlike any I've seen pictures of (it doesn't have a comb) but it fits very well and has not been carved down. Any thoughts on if the stock could be special order (I got the reprints of the catalogs and saw that was an option) or just a later replacement? Also, I think my rear sight elevator is a replacement, what are they supposed to look like?
Last Edit: Jul 12, 2016 23:44:08 GMT -5 by keydet92
Congratulations! That is one fine looking Standard. Let us know how she shoots. I hear the semi-automatic ejection can be rather forceful.
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Nice looking gun. If you take the butt plate off there should be a mark on the wood, A or B were standard grade stocks anything else was special order. Absence of a mark is an aftermarket piece. A lyman 1 or 1.5 sight was a factory option. You did not give a clear picture of the standard sight and elevator. If you attach a photo I would be delighted to give you an opinion. I will include your gun in my serial number list. Thanks
Last Edit: Jul 22, 2016 13:54:17 GMT -5 by fire15vp: added picture elevator
Fire15vp: The stock is marked with a "B", the sight looks to be a Lyman 1A (attached is a picture of the mounting holes in the tang) and attached is a picture of the rear sight elevator (looks homemade).
Thanks, So, a factory standard grade stock (with comb) that has been modified/reshaped into it's current combless condition? Was the original sight elevator unique in any way? Can you attach a photo of an original so I know what I'm looking for, or do you know of a source (Numrich is out).
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