1945 made by H&R for High standard who in turn sold them to Sears these older pre model 10 J C Higgins shotguns are getting hard to come by in good condition in good or better condition its worth about 120. 00 bucks Dealers will pay far less than that. There is only a hand full of Sears collectors out there But a Sears gun collector would pay more. at any rate what you have is the first series of JC Higgins guns The 583 Sears code actually means House brand Sears only product made by or in part By Sears Roebuck & co and exclusively sold by Sears. Just after world War Two Sears bought Interest in In High Standard Manufacturing Co.and the rights to manufacture the H&R model 120 from the Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. as part of the Deal H&R manufactured all of the J C Higgins bolt action shotguns 583 1 to 583 13 for High Standard / Sears That is why these guns a referred to as the pre model 10 Half of the 583 13 and every thing after that 583 14 to 583 25 were made by High Standard .these were known as the J C Higgins model 10. Your early H&R manufacture is a really good little shotgun worth keeping. they are excellent Hunters and have plenty of use full fire power. and despite its age its still as good as any thing out their today It has some very interesting History with it To.
$75-$125, depending on condition.
find a collector i sold my sears and roebuck for 750 im sure you can get quite a bit.
I bought one when I was in High School in 1947 or 1948
This would be a Stevens single shot worth up to $75.
A J.C. Higgins Sears Roebuck 16 gauge bolt action shotgun is valued at between $100 and $150 in good condition. A parts gun is worth $30.
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.
I am not a gun expert but I've seen quite s few for between $80-$100. I bought one at an auction last week for $60. It was in very good condition. No scratches, pits or rust.
The JC Higgins 583.16 is a bolt-action 12ga shotgun made for Sears by High Standard in 1948/1949.
where can i get a magazine for a sears and roebuck j.c. higgins model 46 dl-10319840 22 cal. lever action rifle
your shotgun was made by Sears & Roebuck /High Standard in 1949 .Sears owned High Standard back then in good shape its worth about 100 dollars your shotgun was made by Sears & Roebuck /High Standard in 1949 .Sears owned High Standard back then in good shape its worth about 100 dollars
Try Numrich Gun Parts online...they may have a schematic.
its an inexpensive, very smoothe action pump shotgun origionaly sold by sears roebuck. i got for one for chistmas 1957 and i think they were less than $50
Up to $125.
This shotgun was first made in 1956
what is the value of the jc Higgins model 5834 today
The JC Higgins 583.7 bolt action shotgun was made in late 1946 of early 1947.
A bolt action Sears Roebuck shotgun would probably sell for $75 to $125 retail.
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This is a model 11 bolt-action shotgun.
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.