The High Standard-10A and High Standard-10B are American shotguns designed by Alfred Crouch. The purpose of his weapon was to create an ultimate entry shotgun for SWAT units. Its mechanism is based on the one in Remington designs. In 1965, he sold his design to High Standard company, and High Standard created a modified Flite King shotgun. The gun is not meant to be used by left handers as the spent shells which would be very hot would sometimes eject into the person's face. There was even a warning stating that the gun is not meant to be fired from the left hand under the ejection port.

The gun was never popular.