J C Higgins Firearms

J.C.Higgins Firearms are Sears sporting goods shotgun brand. Most of their line of products were manufactured by Marlin, High Standard, Higgins, or Savage manufacturing companies and were sold by Sears, Roebuck & Company.
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%REPLIES%%DETAILS%%FOLLOWUPS% Answer James - The J.C.Higgins name was used by Sears Roebuck from 1946 to 1962. Your 16 gauge was made by Marlin, the .410 by Harrington & Richardson, and the .22 by Savage/Stevens. Assuming all guns are fully functional but not in like-new condition, they are…
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%DETAILS% Answer I beleave I saw a value you chart on Shotgun World Around 65-75 dollars I think is what the chart said for one in good shape. check out this web-site for parts and manuals High Standard
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%DETAILS% Answer My cross reference list indicates that this is a Savage 59. If your local gunsmith can't find the parts, you can check with www.e-gunparts.com
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%DETAILS% AnswerIt's a Stevens 59. If your local gunsmith can't get the bolt, try www.e-gunparts.com  AnswerHi you may not ever find a bolt for that shotgun there was a recall on some of the 12ga JC Higgins and all you had to do was send in the bolt and sears sent you $165 so that's may be wh…
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Sears was paying Ted Williams for the use of his name in the 1960's. To set a value, go to Walmart and find a similar .410 shotgun (bolt action, pump, double barrel, single shot?). Your used gun should be worth 2/3 to 3/4 as much as the least expensive new one they are offering.
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J C Higgins Shotgun The JC Higgins model 20 was manufactured by High Standard firearms company. In Arizona this shotgun,in in good to very good shape, will sell for $150. I bought one from an ol'timer in PA for 50 dollars in fair but operational condition. Same Exact model and stampings. About …
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Answer I believe that this model was made in the early 1960's. I have one and I have been told that depending on condition it's worth around $100-$200. If its in shambles but still fires it should be treasured as a family heirloom. Hope this helped.
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Answer I do know the value of your gun. Your guns value is $114(Good), $168(Excelent), $210(New In Box). Other than that all I know is that J.C. Higgins was around until the 60's. 583 on a Sears Roebuck gun means it was manufactured by Hi Standard, but I can't locate a reference for the .1…
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Answer The Sears, Roebuck & Company of Chicago used the trade name J.C. Higgins on the firearms and other sporting goods it sold between 1946 and 1962. Arms bearing this tradename were manufactured by a variety of American gunmakers. I believe by the model number you listed that your shotgun …
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Jack First Inc 1201 Turbine Dr. Rapid City SD 57703 605-343-9544 has an excellent 2 volume parts catalog that shows this model Answer Over the years, the NRA has published books diagramming the parts of many different firearms. Their website is at www.nra.org/ . If you are a member, keep an eye …
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The JC Higgins was made Savage Stephens. It is basically the same as the Model 94 by Savage Stephens. It was made from 1937 to the 1980's and to give an exact date of manufacture is almost impossible because there aren't factory records available.
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Answer Well, with the original butt and a clip, it would only be worth $75-$125. The replaced butt won't hurt the value of a shooter unless it is an ugly homemade piece, but I'd knock another $25 off the price if I had to locate a clip.
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Answer hi the JC higgans mmodel 583.20 was a shot gun made and sold by the sears & roebuck company in the 50,s or so how ever they been recalled for there bolts flying out the back in around 1998 ...i still have and use my jc higgans model 583.23 and havnt had a problem with it ....my gr…
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1956 through 1963. There were two tpes of model 80 583.800 made from 1955 through 1961 and type 583.801 made in 1962 and 1963 http://www.histandard.info/models/pistols/Dura.html
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Answer A fully functional utility double-barrel shotgun should sell between $150 and $250, depending on condition. Being a 16 gauge will increase the value a bit in some areas of the country and reduce it in other places.
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Answer I am not fimilar with the .22 cal in your note. However, I was just in Cabela's and they were asking $149 for a JC Higgins model 30 22cal automatic. Regards, CB Jones  Answer i have the same gun and i have turned down over 750.00. these guns are priceless if in good cond. my gun sle…
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Answer A lot depends on condition. Also there were several different barrel legnths---which affects value. Never the lees a pistol as you describe would be in that $125 plus some for the 91/2 inch model .
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Impossible to answer without the owner's manual
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Answer I,d say you could probably reach $200 for it but it would have to be the right person. More than likely you could get at least $125.
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Answer marlin made afew of there rifles Answer Dozens of US manufacturers and some foreign companies have made guns marked with various Sears trade names. I doubt if a complete list can ever be compiled, but some of the major US companies include Crescent, Davenport, Fyrberg, Meriden (ow…
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Answer Even if the kit is complete and in good to fair condition it's value is probable $12.00 to $ 15.00. If the cardboard box is the packaging, meaning the kit itself is still in the original "metal" container....it may be worth about 10% more, possibly $16.50 at the most.
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Answer You might check your local library for old catalogs.
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The manual can be downloaded here: http://www.histandard.info/manuals/sears/index.html
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Answer $150-$250 depending on condition. Much less if it is rusty or broken, a little more if like-new.
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Answer Please list all markings, carefully, so we can properly identify the gun. sales@countrygunsmith.net
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Answer We maintain a good inventory of parts for that model. sales@countrygunsmith.net
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Higgin ShotgunYour shotgun was made by Stevens arms model 311 101.7 was the sears model no which identifies the maker and model 101 is the sears code for savage/stevens07 means 311 it was made between the middle 50s to as late as 1962 when sears stoped using the jc Higgins name.
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Answer Mid 1950's. Value up to $140. http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Rifles.pdf
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Answer JC Higgins Model 29 No, The JC Higgins model 29 is just like the model 31 without a sling. the difference between the model 30 and model 31 is the bolt is on the left on the model 30 and on the right on the models 31 and 29. Models 30 and 31 both had a retractable sling.
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It all depends on the condition, same as a car. Go to gunbroker.com (the eBay of guns) and see what ones similar to yours are selling for. Old ones with small receivers (frames) are in demand for building lightweight centerfire low power rifles. Without seeing it, I would guess $200.00 if in good co…
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JC Higgins Shotgun Value The standard answer is "Whatever someone is willing to pay for it." A lot depends upon condition. Mine is priceless because I used it to hunt with my Dad 50 years ago. I would think only about $200 on the used gun market.
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Answer 22. cal bullets bro its pretty self explainatory
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Answer Yes, there were several made, mostly by Mossberg.
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It is a Model 56 Marlin It is a Model 56 Marlin
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Answer Sears used the JC Higgins name on all types of sporting equipment from the early 1900s until the 1960s, so almost anything could have come in a metal box with that mark. Are there any other markings?
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No, j.c.higgins was made by several gunmakers for sears between 1946 and 1962 for retail. Ted Williams just used his name as a marketing tool for a certain model and number of guns. J Higgins was an employee of Sears that worked his way to the top from the bottom. It's a pretty neat story. When he …
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Some parts are available from Numrich: www.egunparts.com.
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ITs along story .583 21 Was a Sears only gun made exclusively by them , and Sears owned the pattent and High Standard manufacturing who only made shotguns for Sears back in those days (your gun was made in 1952)These are Known as the J C Higgins Model 10 these are still very good shotguns though s…
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Sears' JC Higgins Model 25 is the High Standard model A1041 .22 auto
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An automatic shotgun from Sears Roebuck would top out at around $200.
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Sometime between the mid 1940s and early 1970s.
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BOST ARMAS EIBAR SPAIN These Shotguns Are very Rare and are starting to get the attention from serious collectors. Bost shotguns are Manufactured in Eibar Spain and are all hand made. The scroll work on the metal and etching in the wood are done by hand and not stamped. Not to be confused with…
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THIS IS A CROSMAN.It is a Crosman model 140 or 1400
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Crosman and Daisy made Airguns for Sears under the JC Higgin name. If you are asking about the 22 cal Air Rifle it was made by Crosman (Model 140) Four different versions were made 1954, 1955-57, 1956-62, 1961-68. Check "Bluebook of Airguns" 6th or 7th edition under Crosman for more information o…
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rifle cal in 6.2 with cv-6 FNA BRESIA a crown marking HE ,and XC 4007 tell me where it made and year made
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www.e-gunparts.com They have all the parts you need
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Impossible to answer as asked. Factory or custom?
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Proofhouse.com has store brand chart. Check the auctionn sites to see what they are selling for.
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i believe it was hi standard model 200 clone . check numerics catalogue.====src
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Im the 80's made by high standard From Ken: The gun say's it's a Formost Made by Savage is Savage the same as high standard?
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(See the link below)
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If it is in excellent condition, you may sell it for $20-40. A Christmas catalogue will sell for considerably more.
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Try e-gunparts.com
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Numrich arms West Hurley NY.
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Apparently, there is a risk that when the weapon is fired, the bolt could become a projectile itself travelling rearward. This would cause serious injury or worse to the shooter. Sears began the recall several years ago and was paying a $160.00 finders fee. Sears now offers a $50.00 gift card for …
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THere wwere a number of variations of the model 10 with different features and different manufacturing periods over all http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Shotguns.pdf
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a .22 rifle shares the same basic looks of any sporting rifle but they often tend to be smaller. the bullet is very small so large parts found on the centerfire counterparts arent needed
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Same as a High Standard A1041 .22 Auto. Send your email to me so I can send you a scan of the manual.
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Want ads, gun shops, gun shows.
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You have a Stevens 311
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Try gun shops, want ads, e-gunparts.com, gun show.
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Winchester model 70
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The gun says 16 gauge model 101.40 Sears and Roebuck Co. purchased 51 years ago. I have it in my hand! 2 3/4 inch chamber selected forged steel with 28 inch barrel full chokeThe sears model 101.40 was made for sears by stevens.The stevens model 940 is the same firearm.These were made in the early-mi…
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bought mine new in 1969. same as a savage 51/591
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Marlin Model 59, 1959-1961
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call them.. last time i had that problem with them i called them.. or you could ask google, or go to a gun expert forum or SOMETHING.
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This would be a Savage model 38A or 58A or Savage-Springfield 18.41.
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I believe it is made by Marlin model 57M also the Enfield 57M is the same gun as well, at least this is what my research is showing.Mine is a 22 mag and I am very happy with it, it works fine just like a Marlin.
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Use a Marlin 57 firing pin. It's the same rifle, just re-branded for Sears.
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Factory magazine for Marlin 80 DL $18 + $7 shipping at ammoclip.com
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According to the store brand cross reference in Numrich gun parts corporation's catalog, Sears model 2t was made by Winchester. I believe it is a Winchester model 141 because the model 131 is magazine fed and the model 121 is a single shot.
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Model 49, 1968-1971. The Model 49DL was made 1971-1978.
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Without the proper skills and tools, doing so can become very dangerous.Even if you suceed, the gun would then probably become illegal - pistol grips on non-pistol firearms tend to be against the law.
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See the link below to see how it is assembled.
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The JC Higgins Model 30 was made by High Standard for Sears from 1950-1953.
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Your rifle was made by Marlin (their Model 101) for Sears. First produced in 1951, it has been discontinued. If yours does not have a serial number, it was made prior to the 1968 Gun Control Act.
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According to section 202.275 of Nevada State law: a "Short barreled shotgun" is: A shotgun with one or more barrels that has an overall length of less than 26 inches, and or,a barrel length of less than 18 inches
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Depending on condition, $100-$150.
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If I am right the pistol was made by By Crosman for Sears under the JC Higgins name. It's a Crosman model 600. 22 Cal C02 pistol. Made between 1960 and 1970. Value is determined by the current condition. Without more information about the working and current condition it is not possible to set a val…
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I just purchased a very clean 44DL with Tasco 3-9 rimfire scope and sling for $200. The 44DL is a Marlin Model 57. In Central PA where I reside, guns seem to sell for more than the so called "blue book" prices and .22 rimfires are notorious for selling above 'book' value. At flea markets and garage …
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Bobsgunshop.com has parts for all rifles/shotguns and more.
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Seldom exceed 100 USD
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Sometimes a round will misfeed when the bolt is short-cycled, ending up between the stock and receiver and causing the action to stick. The procedure to remove this errant round can be easily done in the field. Remove the bolt securing the stock to the receiver. Often the culprit round will fall out…
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8,000 to 17,000 dollars
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The value is totally dependent on condition, as are most things. I just picked up a real nice model 29 for $65, which was a steal, in the good to very good condition it is in it is worth $100-175.You can find these rifles anywhere from $60 all the way up to about $200, again, totally dependent on co…
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Not recommeded for the casual owner. Find a good gunsmith.
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No. You will have to take it to a qualified gunsmith and have it checked out.
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The company was called High Standard Arms.
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