Its a Marlin model 56, 1955-1964
Wat is the value of 22 caliber sears and roebuck model 340530430 lever action rifle
I think it was Marlin. For sure it was Marlin
A Sears 30-30 model 54 lever action rifle is valued at approximately $250, however, the value can vary based on the rifle's condition. This rifle was manufactured by Winchester.
The Sears 30/30 lever action was manufactured by Winchester Western.
Around $150 in good condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
Numrich Arms in West Hurley New York.
Made by Savage for Sears.
where can i get a magazine for a sears and roebuck j.c. higgins model 46 dl-10319840 22 cal. lever action rifle
That was a H&R Model 121 that they sold through Sears back in the 50's
The gun was made by Marlin for Sears. We carry a complete line of new parts for that gun, as well as stocks. email@example.com
it is tedwilliams/sears/winchester
Both made by Marlin. The lever action .35 about $200, the .22 Mag about $125.
Its an H&R Model 120
The Model 14 was catloged in 1963 and 1964 http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Shotguns.pdf
The 282 is the Winchester model 521 made for sears
search for numrich gun parts corp they have a huge catalog of gun parts, we have always found any part we needed there
Not too sure but I do know a Sears Model 300 barrel (their clone of the 1400) will not fit a 1400 action.
The Sears 340 was made by Ithaca as the Model 49ss (for stainless steel). It was made from 1961-78, and is a Martini action single shot lever rifle. For more info, research under the Ithaca designation. In my opiniont the above statement about ss meaning stainless steel is wrong. SS in this case probably means "single-shot." The Model 49 by Ithaca was a single-shot .22 rifle, a lever-action but with a Martini action. It was never made in stainless steel. It was made from 1961-78. As for the Sears Model 340 I do not know about that gun but one could look in the Standard Catalog of Firearms and find out or find one of many web sites that give crossover information on Department Store/Catalog House guns that had their brand name on but were made by some large gun company. One of Sears' brand names, for example, was J. C. Higgins. I concur with the 2nd poster. SS means Single Shot. The Sears model 340.xxxxx is a clone of the Model 49 and made by Ithaca with the Ted Williams signature on the barrel. The only difference is the absence of the fake ammo tube and the Sears model has a heavy "bull" barrel. Despite what is stated about "house brands" not being collectible since I got interested in Ithaca's in 1993 I have only seen 3 of these rifles. If it is in VG shape to ask $175 would not be unreasonable.
I just bought a sears model 54 for $235.00 at a gun show in Ohio last week,. It isn't new, but close. I don't know if that is the going price but I thought it was a bargain.
Type your answer here... The Sears J.C. Higgins model 44dlm lever action rifle was made by Marlin Firearms Company and is the same as the Marlin Model 57M, chambered for .22WMR (.22 magnum). It was produced between about 1959 to 1969 (?).
Sears Roebuck model 108.1501 appears to be a type of hacksaw according to the online Sears listings. There was no information regarding when this hacksaw made its debut.
I have been told that these guns are worth about $75 to $150 and were made by Winchester in the 60's.
Built for Sears by Winchester, plain-jane version of the Winchester Model 70. Nice, solid rifle. Resale value hurt somewhat by Sears name and hardwood stock. firstname.lastname@example.org
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