Slide the bolt full to the rear pull and hold the trigger and the bolt should slide out of the rear of the action. Same in reverse to replace the bolt.
This might work on some or even most Model 41's, but some were made by a different mfg. First remove the stock to expose bottom of receiver, next locate small pin on left front of trigger housing. With bolt open move pin straight down and remove bolt. Pin must be in down position to replace bolt. I think this was a safety feature for little kids when we got our first gun in single digits.
Wat is the value of 22 caliber sears and roebuck model 340530430 lever action rifle
The Sears Model 42DL .22 caliber rifle was manufactured by Marlin Firearms, their Model 80. Check with Marlin for parts availability.
Who made the gun for sears.
Made by Savage for Sears.
Winchester did, it's a clone of the Winchester 121
A rifle that shoots a .22 caliber bullet.
Made by Savage for Sears. We still have magazines available.
No publicly available information
I have a sears and roebuck 22 long rifle Model number 25 serial # 5832501 and sears pat. no 3018577. what is it and is it worth any thing.
marlin was the maker with a value of 100.00 more or less
Repost with the model number, and we may be able to give you an answer.
Yes they did. The Sears Ted Williams Model T3 was the exact same .22 caliber rifle as the Winchester Model 190.
Your rifle was made for Sears by Marlin.The Marlin model 81 and your rifle are one and the same.
1958 to 1961
value of a model 49 ithaca 22 caliber rifle
Your Sears Model 2C rifle was made by Winchester as their Model 131. SOME parts are available from Numrich Gun Parts Corp. See link below that will take you to the Numrich catalog for the Winchester 131.
The model 36 .22 caliber rifle was manufactured by Marlin. It was the same rifle as the extremely popular Model 80 by Marlin.
See if you can find your model on the link to the right >>>>
Its probably a marlin model 80,some were also made by winchester.
i have an old Sears rifle with a busted stock , does this thing have any value?
The Sears (JG HIGGINS) model 126.2831 is a Crosman model 180 made for Sears. It was made in 2 variations. The first variant had a Crossbolt safety 1956-1959. The second variant had a die-cast trigger housing 1962-1967. This rifle is a .22 caliber pellet rifle, not a .177 caliber rifle or BB rifle. In poor condition it is worth $25. In good - $80 to $105. In Excellent - $125 to $155. Like New- $180.See the link below for the owners manual.
Recommend you ask a gunsmith for assistance.
I believe you are asking about a Sears model 126.102940. If I am right, then it is a Crosman model V350 BB rifle caliber 175, Push barrel made between 1961-1969.
remove the buttplate screws, and the buttplate. In the large round hole in the stock is the stock bolt. That is unscrewed to remove the stock from the rifle.