In very good-excellent condition, these will top out at $125 or so. Bolt-action 20ga shotguns are not in great demand. firstname.lastname@example.org
depending on series 583 1 in good shpe about $150+ 583 20 $50 to $100 it really depends on the series and the condition no matter what they are one of the best bolt action shotguns ever made
Bolt-action 20ga shotguns such as the Higgins (which was made by High Standard and is basically the same as their Model 11) generally sell for $100-$150. www.countrygunsmith.net
Your bolt action shotgun was made for Sears Roebuck by the High Standard Company, and is the HS Model 514.1400. Depending on condition, these sell for around $85 or so. They are durable reliable shotguns- just not a lot of collector appeal.
The JC Higgins 583.24 is a bolt-action shotgun made by High Standard for Sears in 1954/1955. It should have an adjustable choke. Value on bolt-action shotguns is minimal, around $100-$125.
In very good shape about 100 dollars these are good shotguns enjoy it
its a bolt action and they are worth about 150.00 or so in good condition
$75-$125, depending on condition.
$75-$100, depending on condition
$150 on a good day. Bolt action shotguns aren't all that popular.
This is actually the Stevens 39A/59A, a bolt action utility shotgun generally valued at $125 in excellent condition. You might get $150 to $200 because of the box.
The JC Higgins Model 20 was a slide-action shotgun made for Sears by High Standard. Value, depending on condition, can range from $100-$225.
It was built with a commercial 98 Mauser action.
The gun was made by High Standard for Sears from the late 1950's into the 1960's. In excellent condition in its original box, it might bring $200-$250.
$75 - $125.
$75-$100, depending on condition.
The JC Higgins 12 gauge pump action shotgun, model 20-1264 583.55 is valued at $175 in excellent condition. In fair condition, it is valued at $90.
I do not have a cross reference for THAT model number, but many (not all) of the JC Higgins bolt action shotguns were made by Mossberg. Check with Havlin Sales through their website- they are my "go-to" supplier for anything with older Mossberg guns.
$200-$250 in excellent condition, $150-$200 in typical used condition. These were the first gas-operated semiauto shotguns produced, made by High Standard for Sears. Be careful with the action bar, that is the most often broken part on these guns and nearly impossible to find a replacement. email@example.com
It probably doesn't have one. Serial numbers were not required before 1968 (the JC Higgins name was discontinued in 1961) and few manufacturers serialized their small caliber rifles and shotguns. It probably doesn't have one. Serial numbers were not required before 1968 (the JC Higgins name was discontinued in 1961) and few manufacturers serialized their small caliber rifles and shotguns.
Depending upon condition - high $150, low $65. Bolt action 410 bore shotguns are not very popular at this time.
Sears House brand Made by Sears/High Standard 1952 .Known as the JC Higgins Model 10 bolt action repeating shotgun .They are one of the best bolt action shotguns made very good guns . Though old fashioned they are still very good hunters . They are also very well made better than a lot of the new stuff . It was one of Sears best selling models in the 50s. I see a lot of them especially 16 gauge .Depending on condition they are worth about 75 to 125 dollars depending on condition .
Actually, yes it is. Before 1969 many firearms had no serial numbers. I have two different models of JC Higgins bolt action shotguns made in the 50's and neither have serial numbers. Strange but true!
$50-$100, depending on condition.