yes lyman made them for Sears
j c Higgins model 41 was made by marlin try looking for parts for a Marlin 80 it is the same gun
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Never heard of a model 50, model 51 yes, but, no model 50. There is a model 50. It is a like the 51 but without the mannlicher stock. http://home.epix.net/~damguy/exploded.htm It was also made for Wards Western Field as the model 04m-489a The 51 has an S100 receiver peep sight as does the 51m (full Mannlicher style stock). The rear sight on the model 50 has the barrel mounted one adjustable for windage and elevation. Check out: http://home.epix.net/~damguy/models.htm
i would say Missy Higgin's particular style includes a mix of pop, Indie, folk and acoustic. hope this helps.
This appears to be a 1894 Winchester style rifle made by Daisy. All 799.xxxx JC Higgins were made for sears by Daisy air rifle. Crosman made all 126.xxxx rifles for Sears under the JC Higgins name. Your particular rifle was made between 1952 & 1955
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New Love American Style - 1985 Love at First Sight Love and the Judge was released on: USA: 9 January 1986
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Yes, as long as your sight you put on it are made for that rail style.
Some of the distinguishing markers to look for in a Marlin model 60 are whether the ejector is casted into the feedthroat and the firing pin style. By identifying these parts you can determine if the gun is an old style or a new style.
You have the rare version of the model 26,as it has the mannlicher-style stock.The Mossberg model B26M(M is for Mannlicher style stock) was made in the year 1938 only.
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No. The body style never changed.
Lauren Hutton Its in the new modeling style...But it depends where you model at....
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There is an old style and a new style. Which do you need? firstname.lastname@example.org
Blade type mounted on a dovetail cut in the barrel
Rossi model number 31 had a 4" barrel and was discontinued in 1985. Model 68 came with a 2 or a 3" barrel. There is no model 38 Rossi. Model 88 and 88/2 only came in stainless steel finish. They also had a 2 or 3" barrel. Rossi did make the "Rossi Double Action Revolver" which has no model number. It was 5 round in the 38 special caliber, came with 3 or 6" barrel, adjustable rear sight, fixed ramp style front sight, blued or nickel finish, wood or plastic grips, and was produced from 1965 to 1991. Since you are not able to find the model number, it is very likely this is the gun you have.
1941 JC Higgins baseball gloveThe bulk of the value on a collectible baseball glove relies on the player endorsement. Without a player's name on it the value will rely on vintage baseball glove features such as the style of the web or if it is from 1941 a spit finger (no laces between the fingers) but if the glove is a common model it will have a low collectors value. Condition is a major factor as well.
Model Latina - 2008 Wild Style 5-10 was released on: USA: 23 July 2012
Depends on condition, of course, but you're not talking anything highly valuable. The standard sight model would fetch ~$150 while the more rare aperture sight model would go for maybe a hundred bucks more. There's not really a big market for the gun and over a million of them were produced, so if I were you I'd just hang on to it. Mine makes a pretty nice plinker, and I like the unique auto-cocker style of semi-auto action (the bolt hangs back until you release the trigger).
WP64-51* WINCHESTER MODEL 94 (PRE-64), 30-30 CAL., Mfg. in 1951. 80% to 90% original blue, stock nicely refinished, bore excellent, NRA antique grading fine plus. Please Click on Image to View Larger. $895.00
The "New Model" 60 has a bolt hold-open lever that extends through the trigger guard. The bolt, bolt hold-open parts, trigger guard, and stock are different.
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