there is some discussion about that model of rifle. according to my research the model 29 and 30 were actually made by Higgins along with two shotgun models. the numerich catalog list them as made by Higgins. the model 31 was made by high standard for sears. some say that j c Higgins was just a guy that worked at sears as a controller in the 1940 era and gave his permission to use his name on the sporting goods line. others say that j c Higgins was also a manufacturer of machinery and dabbled in 4 different models of guns as is indicated in the parts books. haven't found any company history yet but i am still looking. the shotguns were bolt action and are not disirable to collectors because most believe it is just a store brand by sears. if you find out any other info please post it as well. the value is what you paid for it and what you can sell it for.
There are a couple of obvious errors in the Numrich list (which was copied from The Blue Book), including cross-attribution of a couple models of Sears and JC Higgins guns. To find out who J C Higgins was (or wasn't) you can go to the official Sears website. There was never a J C Higgins manufacturing company of any kind. It was just an exclusive tradename used on all kinds of sporting goods sold by Sears Roebuck and Company from 1908 until they bought Ted Williams' name in 1961.AnswerA list of High Stadnard manufactured guns and manuals are posted at www.histandard.info there are moer than one variation of both the model 30 and model 31
It is called a tri-hull and it basically looks like a W when you are looking at the front of the boat.
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It looks to be an H&R model 120 or 121. Look for one of those manuals.
History does not report how people considered his looks.
Fossils can tell about Earth's history by how it looks and how everything changes about it once at a time.
Depends on who looks at it and how one looks at it. It can fall under religious text, philosophy, history, mythology, fiction, fantasy.
Carsten Looks has written: 'Das Anvertraute bewahren' -- subject(s): Bible, Criticism, interpretation, History
The JC Higgins model 80 is actually a High Standard Duramantic rebranded. It's value would range from $275 - $300 in really nice shape. If box and papers are with the gun, the value would increase somewhat.
Geological History is the history of the Earth's landforms and oceans over the period of the last billion years or so. It looks at the Earth's history through eras of millions or even hundreds of millions of years.
as a replacement for telescope which looks into history as well as the distance
Usually someone looks up grades by reading a transcript. This could be described as reviewing ones academic history.
Make sure the chamber is clean and that the extractor is clean and free to move. If you know what the ejector looks like, be sure it is intact. The most likely problem is the extractor spring, but it might just be dirt.
whoever looks on this page is the wierdest person in the history of the universe;)
Looks like idiot have not been studying in History class.
I got mine 3 years ago. Looks almost new. Great gun for rabbits and pheasants. I paid $100 and am really happy with it.
"Can't" & "should not" are two different things- the dimples will increase the friction of the water, lowering the efficiency of the hull. If you think it looks nice on your boat, there is nothing stopping you. To my somewhat limited knowledge, there's no law against it!
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All you have to do is click the button on your safari screen on the bottom left that looks like a book. Then click history, and click clear.
The Precambrian time period is the longest time period of Earth's history.Looks like we have the same worksheet in school :)
You need to find a copy of Brophy's book on Marlin History
This air rifle. (If I'm right) looks like a Winchester 30-30 lever action saddle rifle. It was made by Daisy air guns for Sears under the JC Higgins name. it's a Daisy model "1894." Without more information about the current condition of the rifle it is not possible to give an estimate of value.
In that case, history looks at the calendar to determine whether father or son did the deed, based on the date.
Looks like someone has some art history test banks to do.