On the internet.
http://www.tm-techmark.com/jspacek.htm - This site specializes in High Standard.
Your shotgun 583 .22 was made in 1952 by High Standard Manufacturing for Sears. These are very good shotguns it is worth about 100 to 150 dollars depending on condition and who's buying it.
You can find information about Russell Arms Co. shotguns online at places like Gun Trader or at many local gun stores. You can also find information online at Shotgun World or Arms List.
Try the Blue Book of Gun Values
Yes. Website: Double Barreled Shotguns, High Grade Shotguns Dates of Production
There is a lot of Information on the Baker Gun & Forging Co. They started in 1890 and made shotguns up to 1923. They made several different grades of shotguns. I suggest that you go to a book store and find a book called "2008 standard catalogue of firearms 18 edition" in it you will find several different photos of shotguns and listing of the different grades. All of them are valuable. look on page 104 for the information you are seeking.
If data has been published, you might be able to find out the date made and specific model.
The shotgun in question was made in late '47 or early in '48. It was actually made by High-Standard. Their version of this shotgun was called the Mod. 200. High Standard sold no shotguns at the time the 583.53 was made - probably in the late 1940's The High Standard model 200 was a late 1960's model but did have a few common parrts with many of the models 20's and 21's http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Shotguns.pdf
The High Standard Collector's Association would be a good start. Mr. John Stimson has collected information on various High Standard Firearms, and has a web page. The link below with take you to the rifle listing.
You can go to their website http://www.hr1871.com/.
the value of a 1948 Stevens double barrel shotgun 16 gauge. Hammerless.
Your shotgun is a High Standard Flite King, made for Sears. Not a very expensive gun, they are good quality hunting grade shotguns. Prices typically are $100-$140 or so.
Made for Sears by High Standard in the early 1950's. Bolt-action 12ga shotgun, also known as the High Standard Model 10. These guns were subject to a recall by Sears where they would pay $160 plus shipping for just the bolt; who knows how many of these shotguns are laying around there missing bolts.... Resale value is very minimal, and revolves mostly around selling the bolt back to Sears. Recent ownership changes at Sears has reduced the recall amount considerably, so retail value of these particular shotguns have suffered. firstname.lastname@example.org
Information is not sufficient to find mean deviation and standard deviation.
Find others who collect them.
the R-107 was made for .22 LR only I believe. the R-106 had dual cylinders for it. I would contact High Standard and find out. But from what I know, High Standard R-107 didn't come with a Magnum Cylinder.
Finding more information about Andover High School is not very challenging to do at all. In order to find more information about this high school, one can visit the Andover High School website.
Blue Book of Gun Values
Find a copy of James Spacek's book
On the internet. Just search up the name of this gun or any other one and usually you will get results.
There are a number of places where one can find more information about Halloweentown High, particularly online. There is an extensive page of information at Wikipedia, and there are reviews on websites such as IMDB.
One can find information about Folsom High School by going to the FCUSD website. The website has information about admissions, athletics, and other school programs.