They are semi-auto,i currently own one that was my dads and before that it was my grandpaws gun.
Wat is the value of 22 caliber sears and roebuck model 340530430 lever action rifle
No. Serial numbers were not required until 1968 on rifles. Most have a Sears model number that is mistaken for a serial number
Contact Savage. They are still in business, making good rifles.
No such model. Winchester did not make a 'Model 1901 single shot .22 pump-action rifle.' They made a Model 1900, Model 1902 and Model 1904, which were all single-shot bolt-action rifles, and they made the Model 1890 and Model 1906 which were slide-action rifles but had tubular magazines. How exactly is your rifle marked? email@example.com
Savage. It is their model 340.
It is my understanding that a magazine from a Marlin 89C or 56 (both .22 rifles) or an Ithaca X-15 .22 rifle will fit the Seras 46DL. See your local gun dealer.
The 282 is the Winchester model 521 made for sears
find a collector i sold my sears and roebuck for 750 im sure you can get quite a bit.
model 1903 hammerless .32
where can i get a magazine for a sears and roebuck j.c. higgins model 46 dl-10319840 22 cal. lever action rifle
The value of a 12 gauge Sears and Roebuck single shot bolt action model 14 will vary depending on the condition. If the gun is in good condition, it could be worth $150-$200 dollars.
This should be a Savage Model 6 autoloader with a Sears Roebuck brand name on it, made from 1938 to 1968.
Depends on model and condition. Typically $100-$150.
The 243 Winchester caliber was introduced in the model 70 bolt action and the model 88 lever action rifles in the year 1955 by Winchester.
This is the code number for a "Crosman" model 180 air rifle. Both Crosman and Daisy made air Rifles for Sears under the JC Higgins name.
The value will be between 125-200 dollars for this model of bolt action rifle.These rifles were made between 1928-1945 I believe and are fine first model rifles to be used by new hunters to learn about rifle safety,rifle handling and marksmanship.
$200 to $300 depending on condition.
Sometime between the mid 1940s and early 1970s.