Hello everyone - Do you consider the Schall in the High Standard family? If so my brother is sending me one he just bought at a yard sale and I already have a couple of questions about it. This one is apparently nickeled or chromed - is that unusal? Also the mechanics of it are confusing. When cocked in the normal shooting orientation, it will seldom fire. However, when cocked in the upside down postion, it will always fire.
Anyway, If Schall is an appropriate manufacter for discussion here, I would like to followup with a post that includes the serial number and more specifics when I have the pistol in hand.
Hello Everyone - I now have the pistol in hand and will forward pictures to whoever would like them. What my brother thought was chromed is unfortunitely bright steel where the gun has been steel... more
Hello Robert, You may have a broken sear spring or it may be too much old oil and crud. You can remove the grips and soak in kerosene to deal with old oil and crud. Cycle teh parts periodiaclly while ... more
Thanks John and Jack! The Serial number is 5786 and their is a number 86 on the slide which I assume indicates matching parts. BTW it is a 7-1/2 inch barrel model if you measure to where the bullet... more
Thanks again John. The slide has two rows of serration on each side. The grips are diamond checkered and the clip has a brass bullet rest. If there is anything special I should take a picture of,... more