50.00 to 150.00 it was made in 1951
Up to $125.
The JC Higgins trade name was used by Sears Roebuck from the mid 1940s to the early 1970s. The 583.17 was manufactured by High Standard, but did not have an equivalent model under the HS trademark.
75 to 150 dollars
The JC Higgins Model 31 rifle was manufactured for Sears and Roebuck by Hi Standard.
The J.C. Higgins Model 33 was manufactured by the High Standard company.
The J.C. Higgins Model 43 was manufactured by Marlin Firearms. It is the same as the marlin Model 83 Blackhawk_45 The J.C. Higgins Model 43 was manufactured by Marlin Firearms. It is the same as the marlin Model 83 Blackhawk_45
when was the j. c. Higgins model 41 serial number 103,19780 manufactured
Seems like I remember seeing that Marlin mfred it.
yes 583 1 is the first J C Higgins shotgun model and yes it is 12 gauge .It was manufactured by Harrington & Richardson for Sears in 1945
Sometime between the mid 1940s and early 1970s.
It is a Stevens Model 250A, made by them for Sears, using the Sears J.C. Higgins trade name.
what is the value of the jc Higgins model 5834 today
Both made by Marlin. The lever action .35 about $200, the .22 Mag about $125.
They were made in the 1950s. In 2005, Sears instituted a safety recall on their bolt action shotguns in that model. This is a non-repairable problem. Sears was reported to be offering a $50 gift card in exchange for the bolt from these shotguns (missing bolt makes them nonshootable)
The JC Higgins Model 20 was a slide-action shotgun, not a pistol. Is that the gun you have? firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a model 11 bolt-action shotgun.
I belive that Remington made alot of the jc Higgins guns, but I would have to see it to be sure
what is a J C Higgins Model 583.9 20 gauge worth
Numrich Gn Parts Crp. I believe it is a Marlin Model 81. I Have A JC Higgins Model #103.229 Bolt Action E Mail email@example.com
AnswerJ.C Higgins Model 29 was manufactured for Sears by Hi Standard:Not all J C Higgins were made by Hi Standard, but this model was.Marlin, Winchester, Browning and Savage also made guns for Sears.
The receivers were manufactured on a modified Mauser action by Fabrique Nationale of Belgium. The Model 50 was made between 1951 and 1959 for Sears, Roebuck and Co. The chrome lined barrels were were manufactured by by High Standard. The most common calibers are 270 Winchester and 30-06 Springfield.