Shotguns
J C Higgins Firearms
Sears Roebuck Firearms

What is any info on High Standard shotguns?

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2011-09-13 14:16:10
2011-09-13 14:16:10

I can tell you that the pump guns are a very close "copy" of the very fine Remington model 31's and are a joy to use. One of the smoothest pumps ever made. Very good quality and available for very little money on the used market $100 to $200 dollars will buy most of them, the J.C. Higgins version (model 20) made for Sears is also a sleeper

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