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2007-05-27 18:33:50
2007-05-27 18:33:50

At least 20 years.


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That is not the model number, but the Ranger marked shotguns were sold by Sears before WW2.

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1945 built by Harrington and Richardson for High Standard who sold them to Sears and Roebuck

Your shotgun was made by High standard in 1960 for Sears. The model 21 was first introduced by Sears in the spring of 1958.

I bought a sears 684 shotgun (12 gauge) at sears around 1979 , for $ 99

Sold by Sears Roebuck. Probably manufactured by Stevens.

Most likely it was Sears in the late 20's

No age records, most likely a Mossberg shotgun, values $50-$75.

The Sears M300 (also sold under the label Ted Williams) was manufactured by Winchester. The M300 is almost identical to the Winchester model 1400 shotgun (with minor cosmetic differences).

With such a detailed description of your shotgun, all I can say is that Sears sold shotguns, including .410 gauge, from the 1880's to about 1990.

Anywhere from about 1898 to 1989. Sears sold guns for a long time, and without more info from you, that's as close as we can get.

A 30-06 is a Rifle not a shotgun You must have a pump 30-06 rifle not a shotgun and do you want to sell it ?

== == Sears sold the Kaiser/Fraiser with the name Sears Allstate. It was sold by Sears in 1952 & 53.

find a collector i sold my sears and roebuck for 750 im sure you can get quite a bit.

Sears sold rifles, shotguns and handguns. Most were made by companies such as Savage, Marlin, High Standard, but marked with the Sear's brand name- JC Higgins, or Ted Williams.

An Eastern Arms model 101-7 shotgun is values at $200 to $300 in fair condition. In mint condition it is values at $450. This shotgun was sold by Sears.

The Sears Ranger 105-20 16 gauge shotgun came out in the 1930s. The Sears Ranger shotgun has a 26-inch barrel.

JC Higgins was a Sears brand for guns sold by them, made by others, including Stevens. Your shotgun could be either or both- depends on what is marked on the gun.

The JC Higgins bolt action shotgun had many "models" they just changed the last digits: 583.xx. This shotgun was actually sold back in the 1950's by Sears. The Sears company itself actually made the shotgun and then sold it in its stores. The name of the company was Sears Roebuck, but Sears actually bought out a company called High Standard Fire Arms to manufacture the gun. In the 1980's and 1990's there was a recall of the shotgun because the bolt on the gun was deemed dangerous because the screw that held the bolt in place became loose after discharge and could eject itself at the person pulling the trigger. From what I've seen on most auction sites, this shotgun in prestine condition has sold for upto $ 150, and in good or normal wear and tear condition it has sold for as little as $20-40 .

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I believe that your Sears shotgun is a Winchester model 37A shotgun that was made for Sears Roebuck And Co,.

The Ted Williams 200 shotgun was manufactured by Winchester and was the same gun as their Model 1200.

Sears, the 583.19 has a roll mark date of 11/28/49. Sears has a safety recall on this specific model shotgun you should be aware of before firing.

your shotgun was made in 1948 by Sears / High Standard (Sears owned High standard shotgun and rifle production back in those days) It woth about 100 to 175 dollars depending on condition your shotgun was made in 1948 by Sears / High Standard (Sears owned High standard shotgun and rifle production back in those days) It woth about 100 to 175 dollars depending on condition

Without a model number and the condition of the gun, impossible to answer.

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