Sears Roebuck Firearms

Sears Roebuck Firearms was the retailer of shotguns, rifles and pistols manufactured by Marlin, Winchester and Springfield. All firearms were labeled as “sporting goods” until the company stopped selling them in 1980.
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Answer Some shotguns were made for Sears Roebuck under contract with Winchester. A superposed made in 1970 would probably have been made overseas, as American craftsmanship had priced itself out of the market but for the very rich. If it's Japanese made, Miroku or others, you've got a gem. (Chec…
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Answer The Sears 200 series = Winchester 1200. Parts should be available from e-gunparts.com if you can't find them locally.
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Charles Daly shotguns were made by several of the best European and American arms makers from around 1875 to the mid-late 1930's by Schoverling, Daly & Gates. These were some of the finest shotguns of the time and can sell for several thousand dollars. In the 1960's and 70's, they were produced …
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The American Gun Company was the "house brand" of H&D Folsom Sporting Goods, New York City, c. 1895-1930. The guns were manufactured by Crescent Arms, Norwich, Connecticut. Their single barrel shotguns sold for less than $10 when new. Their double barrel shotguns sold for $10-$15 when …
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%DETAILS% Answer Sears 200 series = Winchester 1200. Parts should be available from e-gunparts.com if you can't find them locally.
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%REPLIES%%DETAILS% Answer That should be a Savage/Springfield Model 18. If you can't find parts from a local gunsmith, try http://www.e-gunparts.com Answer i have a sears roebuck bolt action .410 shotgun model 110.1120 3''. i need the shell ejector piece. to get a clip for a shotgun try …
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I can't find either of those models in my cross-reference list. Closest is .5350 or .5380. Both of these are the Savage model 18. I don't know the production years for this model, but a bolt-action is unlikely to have been made before the 1920's and could still be in production.
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%DETAILS% Answer This would be a Stevens product. I can't crossreference 101.15 to a particular model. There are about 60 different Stevens doubles, but they're all about the same three guns - hammerless, hammer sidelock, or hammer boxlock - and the values pretty much the same. In most areas…
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No one has ever written a scholarly study of Sears Roebuck shotguns, and I doubt if anyone ever will. The Standard Catalog doesn't even mention them, Gun Trader's Guide lists about 6 models (not including any o/u doubles). If you know a model number, there are cross-reference lists that may te…
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%DETAILS% Answer That version of the name places the date of manufacture prior to 1916 and the Electro Steel would suggest no earlier than c 1900. There were several single shot break action models, but I don't see "D" or "o 36" on the list. There were a few "deluxe" models, but the rest are …
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Answer The Sears mod. 66 was made by High Standard for Sears and is a High Standard mod. 66. If you have anymore questions please do not hesitate to email me at eagle44mag@adelphia.net. Thanks, Rick
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Steven - Parts for the Sears 300 series should be the same as the Winchester 1400 shotgun. Check with a local gunsmith first. If he can't help, try Numrich Gunparts .
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Answer I got a copy of Gun Digest and it led me in the direction i needed to obtain information like that for sears and Iver Johnson. (it showed me other books/sources that worked, sorry can't remember exact names.) Answer To estimate the value of any "store-brand" shotgun like JC Higgins, …
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William, I bought my Ted Williams 200 from Sears in 1972 or 1973. I remember that they had a "sale" on them and I bought mine for around $125. It still works great! Hope this helps! Ed
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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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%DETAILS% Answer I just purchased a Sears Model 200. It is not a "Ted Williams" model and it is only 2 and 3/4" chamber. I paid $125.00. I'm sure yours is worth more.
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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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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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%DETAILS% Answer Yes, it's a good utility shotgun. Nothing fancy or expensive. It is a Stevens/Savage 311 with the Sears trade name.
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The shotgun you own is a Savage/Stevens 520 shotgun. It was sold by Sears under a Browning patent. They first started making these shotguns in the 1920s. You can probably find more info by looking into the maker. To find parts, try Numbrich. Their Web site is www.e-GunParts.com. They have diagrams o…
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Answer GunParts catalog lists that particular model as being produced by High Standard, but the exact model is unknown, but I suspect it may be a High Standard Supermatic deluxe (if it is an automatic) or a flight King model (if it is a pump). Answer High Standard yes, but specifically a …
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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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Answer You also need to know the manufacturer and model. Then look in the Blue Book of Gun values to find out if this gun is listed. If not, you may be able to get information directly from the manufacturer if they are still in business.
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Long Tom Shotgun Sears never actually made firearms. During the 1920s and maybe '30s Sears owned a gunmaking firm outright, which mostly made pocket pistols, but other than that guns sold by Sears were made by other manufacturers and sold under the Sears or J. C. Higgins name. The Long Tom w…
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AnswerAs with any measurement of value it depends supply and condition. All 572's have aluminum alloy receivers, so the supply is limitless. New ones go for 350ish and you can figure backwards from there. Now there were a few 572's made for a few years in the late 50's into the early 60's that had a…
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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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this shotgun was made by Harrington & Richardson and is there model 120.www.e-gunparts.com sells some parts for this gun. searching under Harrington & Richardson model 120 will yield more results for you. good luck.
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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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Answer The shotguns were sold in Sears stores and through its catalog as the "J.C. Higgins Bolt Action 12-Gauge Model 10 Shotgun" during the 1950s. It was carried under a number of product numbers: 583.13, 583.14, 583.15, 583.16, 583.17, 583.18, 583.19, 583.20, 583.21 and 583.22. The product…
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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 US gunmaker from 1895 to 1903. Became Union Fire Arms Co in 1903. The gun was probably sold through the Sears Roebuck Catalog.
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Answer That would be answerable if Sears had only sold one model of shotgun. In fact, they sold many different models. Please ask the question again with a better description. Think about it this way... would you ask car people "How much is a Ford worth?" 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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Answer Depending on condition, up to $250. sales@countrygunsmith.net
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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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http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Rifles.pdf The model 25 will have a two letter assembly date code onteh barrel.
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I'm sorry to inform you, but the .25 Stevens was discontinued in 1946. even if you could find some ammunition, it would probably be extremely expensive. Although I have heard of people re-chambering these rifles to the .25ACP round.
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WINCHESTER MADE MOST THERE MODEL 1400.
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Are you looking for one? Try gun shops, auctions, on line searches for literature, other owners, etc..
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Usually around $100.00.
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Just saw one, today, for $49, but, they said it needed some work. Not sure what, though... it seemed to function, although I didn't shoot it
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100-300 USD. http://www.e-gunparts.com/crossref.asp
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Seldom more than 100 USD in excellent condition.
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AFAIK, that data has not been published.
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Try Numrich.com
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Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart. Ranger was a name that Sears branded on firearms made for them by other companies. Sears Ranger O/U shotguns were made by Marlin. When introduced in 1937 and prior to WWII Sears used the Ranger name and JC HIggins after the war. They were sold by Marlin as the…
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This 22 cal pistol was made by Crosman Co for Sears. It is a model 130, Mfg 1953-1970. To assess the value I need to know the condition of the pistol, is it excellent, good, fair, poor. You can find the manual for the 130 on the Crosman web page see the link below
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Winchester, same as model 1400.
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Follow the owner manual instructions using the link below
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It was made in 1988 by Mercury Marine.
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Call Customer Service at Mossberg for the most current information.
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Proofhouse.com has a store branc chart that might help
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i found that most of them were produced in the mid to late sixtys
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Numrich arms West Hurley NY.
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No published sn data.
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Yes. Question?
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Ted Williams guns were sold by Sears. Most date from the 60s and 70s.
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Yes, but not at all locations
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You will need to find a store brand chart. Proofhouse.com has one. Blue Book of Gun Values has one. Doubtful if sn data is available.
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Jim Spacek has a book out that should fit the bill.
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Gun shop, gun shows, want ads.
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Marlin model 80
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100-300 or so
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Winchester model 70
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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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Use a Marlin 57 firing pin. It's the same rifle, just re-branded for Sears.
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No published sn data.
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If your rifle is a JC Higgins bolt action, it is likely to be a Marlin Model 81. The Marlin 81 was made for several years, from about 1937 to 1965, in a couple of different forms. Most do not have serial numbers (not required until the 1968 Gun Control Act) so can be very hard to date other than tha…
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See the link below to see how it is assembled.
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Blue Book of Gun Values
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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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A weaver number 2 base and your choice of weaver side mount rings, midway has both. Total cost for both pieces is around $50.
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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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Crosman made several different air rifles in the 1940's. Please state the model number and the current condition of the rifle. Is it still working? is it in Excellent, very good, good, fair or poor. Repost your question with this information so an estimate of value can be given.
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Seldom exceed 100 USD
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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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no they do not
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The Stevens Model 520 was built on a Browning patent and so marked. Stevens also built the gun for Sears before World War II under the 'Ranger' tradename, so if you have a slide-action shotgun marked 'Ranger' and 'Browning Patent' then that is what you have.
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According to my research, the serial numbers for almost all Iver-Johnson weapons, save some pistols, were recorded in books that became part of a World War II paper drive.
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Check with the staff at gunpartscorp. You can contact them through their website.
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Your sears ted williams model 100 is actually a winchester model 1894 rifle that was made by winchester for sears.You can find a firing pin at numrich gun parts corp.They can be found on the web.
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