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 Baikal shotguns have been around in the UK for a long time now. They are very simple and honest hardworking guns that will give many years of service. I own two Baikal shotguns (both singles) and I often choose them intead of my Beretta 391 semiauto. Prices in the UK for new baikal guns ar…
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The J.C. Higgins trade name was used by Sears, Roebuck & Company of Chicago from 1946 to 1962 on firearms and other sporting goods.Arms bearing this tradename were manufactured by a variety of American gunmakers.The 16 gauge was made by Marlin, the .410 by Harrington & Richardson. The .22 by…
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I got mine a year ago for $50 in functional but worn and beginning to rust condition. I have seen some on the internet go as high as $225  Answer In 1962 they sold for 12 dollars. I will pay 150 dollars for one in real good shape. ljones60_77_80@hot mail.com  Answer what model 22? 49 or…
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Answer What you have is this. Crescent Firearms was a large manfacturer of shotguns in the late 1880's in Norwich, Ct. In 1893 they sold out to H&D Folsom Arms Co. of N.Y. They produce many shotguns under over 200 names. As for your Whippet they were a large Chicago Hardware firm who they put…
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Answer These were sold by Sears and Roebuck. The Model 300 is really a Winchester model 1400. SORT OF The Ted Williams 300 is basically a Winchester 1400, and the TW 200 is basically the Winchester 1200, but certain parts do NOT interchange. The buttstocks and trigger guards, for example. Here…
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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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Answer T. Barker was a brand name used by Sears on inexpensive imported shotguns circa 1900. If it is really mint (unfired, practically untouched since it was manufactured), a T. Barker double barrel shotgun might bring over $200. Answer Some were manufactured by Crescent Arms, Meri…
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Look in The Blue Book of Gun Values, The Standard Catalog of Firearms, or Modern Guns. They should all be available at your local library. AHNH http://www.histandard.info/models/ http://www.histandard.info/manuals/
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Poly Choke Yes, set choke to cylinder.Yes, you can use slugs in a poly choke gun i have a mossberg new haven model and i use slugs in it all the time just make shure that you open the choke up to mod. or im cyl or just the most open setting on the poly choke it shouldn't matter the your gun is a jc…
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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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Answer I just bought one of these rifles at a gun show. 12/2004. I paid $130 for it. It appears to be in working condition. I have not tested it though. Bore is a little weak, but still in usable condition. I haven't seen a price guide on these rifles, and have no idea of the actual value, But …
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Yes, there has been a recall on the 12 ga. guns for several years. I personally have sent in 3 bolts. The model numbers are 583.13 through 583.22. You can find info on where to call by typing in J.C. Higgins recall on a search engine. I believe it is 800 817-9165. I don't know if the recent merger …
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am i rightAnswer I also have two Ranger- M34- 22 LR rifles. One is my dads, bought his brand new when he was a kid. The way the story goes is that he bought his in 1934 from sears. It is a single shot, barrel is 24 " long, has market on it the(RANGER 22S-L-LR-M34 --made in the USA--), and was made …
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Parts for a Meriden Rifle Meriden Firearms was a subsidiary of Sears Roebuck and operated from 1905 until 1915. There is no source for new parts, but used parts may be available. Simple parts like a firing pin may be made by an experienced gunsmith. See the related links.
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Ranger was a Sears Roebuck trademark. The guns were manufactured by several makers. If you have a model number, you may be able to find it in cross-reference list. If you're referring to the "Ranger 22 long" Pat. MCH 28. 71 May 27. 79 it may have been manufactured by E.L. Dickinson sometime betwee…
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Eastern Arms Company Eastern Arms Co. was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck. The guns were manufactured by Meriden Firearms, J. Stevens Arms, and others. How do you tell who manufactured the Ranger?
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%REPLIES%%DETAILS%%FOLLOWUPS% Answer This is a Marlin model 81 wearing a Sears & Roebuck brand name. Can't locate production dates for this model, but somewhere around 1940. Answer I have an Over & Under "Ranger 103, 12 guage Shotgun. I haven't been able to find it in any of the books. …
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%DETAILS% Answer Eastern Arms was a Sears Roebuck trade name and the only reference I find listing a .38 revolver says they were made by Meriden Arms, which was a Sears subsidiary and in business only from c. 1905-1915. If your gun has grips marked Forhand Arms, I'd bet that the whole gun was …
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Answer The Arms and Tool part of the name was used from 1886 to 1915. Guns chambered for .25 rimfire would PROBABLY have been in the first half of that period. To get an estimate of it's value you will have to identify the model. Most collectors like to think they COULD shoot their guns if t…
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Answer According to the the Blue Book of Gun Values 19th edition(which was published in 1998) your shotgun was manufactured by Winchester for sears and is a model 1200. The 100%(mint condition) value for a field model is listed as $220. The values rise slightly from there as the grades and option…
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gunpartscorp.com You can also search for Marlin model 80 parts seeing as how the J.C. Higgins is a clone of the model 80 and Marlin is easier to get parts for. I got a model 80 elevation key for the rear sight from the sight and looked and fit exactly the same as the old one I lost off my J.C.
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103.-- on a Sears Roebuck gun indicates manufacture by Marlin. I don't find a 103.7, but 103.72 and 103.74 are listed as Marlin Model 59.Brophy in his book, Marlin Firearms, a history of the guns and the Company that made them, published in 1989 by Stackpole Books, lists the Sears Ranger 103-7 as a …
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Answer The Ranger name was used by Sears Roebuck, apparently as early as the early 1900's and possibly as late as the 1960's. The guns were made by a variety of manufacturers. I have a list that cross-refrences Sears guns to the maker's model if you can locate any numbers on it. Most have mo…
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Answer The Revelation brand name was used by Western Auto from the 1950's to around 1970 on guns made by various manufacturers.
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Answer Eastern Arms was a Sears Roebuck brand made by their subsidiary company, Meriden Arms, from about 1905-1915. Some may have been made for a few years after that by Stevens. If you have a double barrel in useable condition, it may be worth as much as $200 but a single-shot would go looki…
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%DETAILS% Answer American Boy: Trade name used on firearms retailed by the Townley Metal and Hardware Company of Kansas City, Missouri, c. 1900-1920.
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%DETAILS% Answer If it is really mint (unfired, practically untouched since it was manufactured), it might bring over $200.
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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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Victor Shotguns The Victor brand name has been used by many firearms manufacturers for a variety of guns, but your single-shot shotgun was most likely produced by Crescent Arms c. 1893-1920. As far as being a promo item, it wouldn't have been manufactured as such, but I suppose some business…
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T. Barker Not really much history. It was a brand name used by Sears Roebuck in the early 1900's. They were manufactured by Crescent Arms and possibly a few other US makers, but most were inexpensive Belgian imports. More information contributed by others: I found from the Illinois St…
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%REPLIES%%DETAILS%%FOLLOWUPS% Answer T. Parker is usually dismissed as "just another Belgian clunker," but I am beginning to think that is only because of the similiarity to a brand name (T. Barker) used by Sears on inexpensive imported shotguns c 1900. A muzzle-loading percussion gun woul…
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%REPLIES%%DETAILS%%FOLLOWUPS% Answer This brand name was used by Sears Roebuck on guns manufactured by several manufacturers and may have also been sold by H&D Folsom Sporting Goods, New York. With damascus barrels (and exposed hammers?) it was probably made in Belgium sometime between 1890 an…
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Neumann Freres was in business in Liege, Belgium from 1863 until 1957. Thousands of their double-barrel shotguns were imported to the US (marked with English "Bros." instead of French "Freres") prior to WWI. Value to a shooter = $0, to a collector = $200 (but only if in as-new condition), to a decor…
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My cross-reference list says this is actually a Harrington & Richardson Model 120. Sears Roebuck sold firearms with the J.C. Higgins brand name from the 1940's into the 1960's or later. H&R only produced the Model 120 during 1941 and 1942. The Sears J. C. Higgins 583.14 was manufactured by …
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%DETAILS%%FOLLOWUPS% Answer Not a lot of information. It was a trade name retailed (I believe) by H&D Folsom of New York City. The guns were made by Crescent, Crescent-Davis, and/or Stevens c. 1890-1940.
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I hope someone answers this. I too have an old Hopkins & Allen 12 GA double barrel that I would like to know the value of. Someone told me that typically, the Hopkins & Allen brand was mostly a mail order product long ago. I've been told that as it was a mail order product, most likely there…
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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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Answer Eastern Arms was a trade name of Sears Roebuck. From about 1905 - 1915 it would probably have been made by Meriden Firearms, a company owned by Sears. Later guns were probably made by J. Stevens Arms. But since the low bid got the contract, some were made by Crescent, Iver Johnson, and others…
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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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%REPLIES%%DETAILS%%FOLLOWUPS% AnswerEastern Arms was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck on firearms from a variety of manufacturers. The Model 101.7 shows in my cross reference list as being a Stevens 311. If it's a hammerless double barrel, that would be right.  AnswerGuy - The stock from a …
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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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Eastern Arms was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck on firearms from a variety of manufacturers. The 94-A would be a Savage single shot. You can check the choke on a 12 guage with a dime. If the muzzle opening is larger = No choke; about the same size = Modified; dime is larger = Full. Answer I have…
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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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%REPLIES%%DETAILS%%FOLLOWUPS% AnswerExcelsior double barrel shotguns were made by various Belgian manufacturers c. 1890 - 1914 and I doubt if you will ever be able to identify the exact maker. The crown over the oval ELG indicates it was proofed for black powder after 1893. Damascus is one form of …
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This was a trade name sold by Sears Roebuck, c. 1900-1940. Probably manufactured by Iver Johnson.
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Answer This is a Winchester 1200 with a Sears name. The parent lists from $75 in poor condition to $225 in excellent, so figure about 20-30% less for a Sears-branded gun.
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Answer Gun Parts Corporation The World's LARGEST Supplier of Firearm Parts & Accessories 226 Williams Lane, West Hurley, NY 12491 Orders: (845)679-2417 Customer Service: (845)679-4867 TOLL-FREE ORDER LINE: 866-NUMRICH (866-686-7424)
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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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Newport Shotguns This trade name was apparently owned by Hibbard Spencer and Bartlett Hardware of Chicago, and the guns were made by the current low bidder. It seems that they were made by Crescent Firearms (Folsom subsidiary), J. Stevens Arms Co (division of Savage), and Iver Johnson Arms…
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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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Answer My brother has a Ted Williams Model 200 12 gauge vari choke shot gun that was our dads. I asked about it at a local gun shop a few years back and was told at that time the gun was in average condition and was worth between 150 to 200 dollars . Hope this helps.
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sears guns marked ranger were made before World War 2 those marked J C Higgins 1946 to 1962 Ted Williams from 1963 to 1970 and many were simply marked Sears from 1963 to 1988The Blue Book of Gun Values has a list that cross references many Sears product codes to the actual manufacturers' models. Fro…
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Answer Your Eastern Arms would have been made by Stevens/Savage Arms without your mod. number I can't help you. please email me at eagle44mag@adelphia.net if you need further help. Thanks, Rick
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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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The Ranger name was used by Sears Roebuck in the 1940's and 50's. I don't show your exact model number in my cross-reference lists, but 103.x was marked on their firearms made by Marlin.According to Brophy in his Book on Marlin Firearms, Sears used the Ranger name prior to WWII on the gun that Marli…
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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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Answer Sears has a recall on some of their J C Higgins 12 ga and they will send you $165 just for the bolt if it is a bolt action shotgun. I had one and that's what they sent me.
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I can tell you that the pump guns are a very close "copy" of the very fine Remington model 31's and are a joy to use. One of the smoothest pumps ever made. Very good quality and available for very little money on the used market $100 to $200 dollars will buy most of them, the J.C. Higgins version (m…
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Answer Ranger was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck, probably from about 1920-1040's. The guns were made by a variety of manufacturers, but a SxS double is most likely a version of the Stevens 311. They should be good utility guns, but nothing flashy or expensive. A 12 gauge should be worth $200…
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Answer The Pump shotguns are bringing $150 to $200
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Answer All I can say is look in gunshops, at gunshows, and online sources like gunbroker.com and gunsamerica.com. If you can't find the Ranger, look for a Marlin Model 100 as it should be the same gun with a different name stamped on it. Answer I have a Ranger Model 103-8 22 caliber single…
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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 I have found them listed on the net for $100.00 - $160.00. All of these have been without the standard 4x scope. I purchased one at auction last night for $165.00 with scope in good condition. Kind of missed the one my dad had when I was a kid. Make sure the internal sling is ther and in…
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Answer Hi, I have one that I inherited and wouldn't take anything for it. Mine has a 4X Weaver scope on it and is a blast to shoot. So value is a personal thing. If not sentimental, probably no more than $150.00 in perfect shape or whatever the top bid is at an auction.
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Answer Looks like it's probably a J.C. Higgins bolt action Model 10, 16 ga. ? http://www.histandard.info/manuals/sears/bashotguns/index.html If so you should be able to track down a value. Looks like there was a recall put out in 1999 on it too ... http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bi…
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I have one which is in very good shape. I have never shot the thing as it belonged to my grandfathers cousin and was handed down to me. there was a recall on some of the models but it does not seem that this model was affected. Late 1945 through perhaps 1948.
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Answer In perfect condition, about $175.
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Answer Marlin model 81. Value, $75-$130; Good to excellent.
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%REPLIES% Answer I have no idea, but I also have a 16 gauge bolt action shotgun that needs a clip so if you find a place to look please let me know. Answer The H&R Gamester boltaction shotgun never used a clip. It is a tubular fed 3-shot shotgun made in 12 and 16 gauges. I have one (mode…
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%DETAILS% Answer TRY HODESCO FOR THE PARTS YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. THE FLUSH VALVE SHOULD BE THEIR PART 60-126. CONTACT THEM AT 1-800-777-6500 OR WEBSITE WWW.HODESCO.COM
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Answer The Meriden revolver was made from 1895 to 1915. If you can't find parts at Numrich, http://www.gunpartscorp.com, then you're going to have to engage in a search of web sites, gun shows, really old gun shops, collector associations, etc. I do that regularly, and with the right attitude i…
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Answer Try this Web page http://oldguns.net/ Antique and Collectable Firearms and Militaria Headquarters
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My 21st edition of Gun Traders Guide lists the sears model 54 in 30-30 at @$155 it was made by winchester, and has as same general specs as the model 94, no model 100 shown. Hope this helps a little. This has got to be the wierdest cooinceident I have ever seen. I too own a Ted Williams Model 100 …
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Answer Ranger was a trade name used by Sears Roebuck from the 1920's until the 1940's or 50's. My cross reference shows the model 35A was a Stevens Model 66A, so you might be able to get parts from Savage (savagearms.com). Another possible source is Numrich (e-gunparts.com). the ranger Mod 35 wa…
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Answer According to S.P. Fjestad, 1996 issue, the Marlin Model 81 was made from 1937 to 1940. In another answer on this site it lists the Model 43-103-2850 22 cal. as having been made by Marlin, Model 81.
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Answer the model 36 is the last in the line of auto-loading .22 rifles. in good condition the value is only around 75.00. grab a book or check a website and find out what the condition actually is. like most older things that are collected there is a standard chart for determining conditio…
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Answer turn the rod under the barrel about 1/4 turn then pull it out slide 15 rounds down the tube then reinstall the rod
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Answer The Ted Williams line of sporting goods was started in 1961. If your gun has no serial number it was made before 1968. If it has a serial, it still MAY have been made 61-68, but probably later.
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Answer I have one that my father bought me in the early 70's. As far as I can tell, from several web sites, it is a Ithaca Model # 49 SS.
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put that info into a search engine-thats what i do. "information on sears electric drill model 10725833" it will show u tons of results and just weed thru them. youll find the information Answer repairing drills in 2005 is more expensive than buying new ones.
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Answer Which one? Sears sold a lot of different guns with Ted's name on them from 1961 to sometime in the 1980's. A semi-automatic will bring a lot more than a bolt action or a pump. There should be a Sears model number (usually 3 digits, a period, and 1 or more additional digits) that can u…
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Answer The J. C. Higgins name was only put on guns through 1941-1962. It could have serial numbers located next to the trigger on the bottom plate, but a magority don't. In any case though you can take the model numbers (examples 583.10, 101.387) and cross reference to find who made it. Then when…
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Answer You're probably looking at $130-$150 depending on the condition. A good condition one with good bluing and a good condition wooden stock being at the higher end of the price range.
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Answer The gold trigger usually means that a Browning A5 is a Lightweight,in this case a Sweet Sixteen made after 1947. However, the sweet Sixteen was available from 1937 with this option and it has nothing to do with the value of the gun. Choke,barrel type,stock type and most of all condition ar…
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Answer Not knowing exactly who manufactured the gun, I can't say for certain, but a Navy Arms reproduction Zouave lists from $100 to $400, depending on condition.
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Answer I never saw an AyA shotgun in a Sears catalog and I'd seriously doubt Sears ever sold them. Here's why. The AyA is a part for part direct copy of the English-made Purdey, which is one of the finest shotguns in the world. AyAs aren't cheap. Back in the '70s I saw an AyA double gun, field model…
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Answer Those later Model 24's are bringing around $250 in excellent condition.
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Marlin.The Ranger 103-1 O/U shotgun was Sears' name for the Marlin Model 90. Sears used the Ranger name prior to WWII and JC Higgins after WWII. The Ranger 103-xx and the Marlin model 90 were introduced in 1937.
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I recently bought a late 60's Western Field Model 740-A-EMN in mint condition for $275. The rifle was manufactured by Marlin with slight modification of their Model 336 there a few cosmetic differences in particular the sites. Otherwise the operation mechanism seems identical.
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AFAIK, that data has not been published.
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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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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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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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