I have a 9 shot 22 caliber jc Higgins ranger revolver serial number 583992. Any info you receive on this gun would be of great interest to me. I think they were sold at Sears around 1968-69.
Those are not serial numbers but rather Sears reference numbers that tell the vendor 583.(High Standard) and the specific model and variation.
Made 19580r 1959 through 1963.
The 583.991 is the Sears identification. The 583 indicates that High Standard was the suppplier to Sears; the 991 indicates the model and its variation. The serial number is on the other side, above the trigger guard.
8 is in ten thousands place.
Assuming you have the Model 88, $150-$180 in excellent condition. email@example.com
The Colt 45 caliber 1904 revolver in excellent condition is valued at $4,500. In good condition, it is valued at $2,200.
$25.00 to 125.00 depending on condition
50-200 USD depending on condition
depends on model, caliber and overall condition
Your revolver is 9 shot revolver any speed loader made for a 9 shot 22 revolver might work but I have never seen such a thing
Please state the model and the condition of the revolver. Without that no estimate of value can be determined.
that would depend on if the revolver was original or reproduction, makers name and condition
$250-$450, depending on exact model and condition.
We have one on eBay right now. Item # 250128267184
50-2000 or so depending on EXACTLY what you have and condition
Depending on condition, about $250-$300.
value is determined by overall gun condition....
Possilbe, depends on condition and accessories.
Made for Sears by High Standard, and is a version of the Double-Nine revolver.
50-500 USD depending on EXACTLY what you have and condition.
$150-$300, depending on type of metal and condition.
$100-$225, depending on condition.
100-400 or so
Depending on exact model and condition, $100-$165
The value of an Iver Johnson Magnum 22 caliber revolver would be dependent upon a number of factors. Some of these factors would be the age and condition.
Higgins rifle in caliber 22LR will run you about $95 to $150 depends on condition. Check gunbroker.com for more info...
Made by High Standard and is a version of their Sentinel revolver. www.countrygunsmith.net