I own that very shotgun, the model 21. I purchased a left hand safety for mine in about 1970 from a parts catalog for a High Standard that a friend had puchase. I can't tell you though if the model 20 is the same. The 21 is a variable choke slide action. I have never had a problem with it. Numrich Arms (www.gunpartscorp.com) has a cross reference section- its on the left side of their home page. You can look up a Sears or Western Auto or Montgomery Ward firearm model, and it will give you the maker, and corresponding model of that maker. Sears Model 21 evolved from the model 20. parts lists for comparing various Sears modesl are available at www.histandard.info
$150. It is a High Standard Flite King.
Both were High Standard Flite King shotguns. They are similar, but from different time periods. Very nice shotguns, not very pricey.
When was the J.C. Higgins Model 101.0 12Gauge Shotgun Made
David Williams Higgins was born on 1834-11-30.
David Williams Higgins died on 1917-11-30.
Pattillo Higgins has written: 'Prospectus' -- subject(s): Higgins standard oil company, ltd
Npe- and they never did. JC Higgins was a brand used by Sears for guns mde by companies such as Winchester, Marlin, Savage, High Standard, etc. The guns were marked with the JC Higgins brand instead of the maker's brand. Sears changed the JC Higgins brand to Ted Williams, and in the 1980s, stopped selling firearms.
Two of them were Ted Williams and JC Higgins.
His moms name is betty Williams father unknown
Hi Standard made the Model 20 J.C. Higgins for Sears
Made by High Standard for Sears in the mid 1950's. Value around $125-$150