This would be a Stevens product. I can't crossreference 101.15 to a particular model. There are about 60 different Stevens doubles, but they're all about the same three guns - hammerless, hammer sidelock, or hammer boxlock - and the values pretty much the same. In most areas of the country, they will run around $250, although in some places a .410 or 28 guage will bring a premium (and someplaces you can't give away a 28).
I can say that J.C.Higgins was the name used to signify Sears & Roebuck firearms from 1942-1962.I would assume that your double barrel shotgun was made during this time span.
no they do not
Sold by Sears Roebuck. Probably manufactured by Stevens.
3 dollars very expensive
You would have to list the model number of your shotgun,to identify the maker of your sears and roebuck shotgun,in order to get the correct buttstock.
Old gun catalogs, old Sears & Roebuck catalogs.
Its a Sears branded Mossberg 500.
Stevens made for Sears Roebuck
Berkshire shotguns were manufactured by Meriden Firearms Co, Andrew Fyrberg Mfg Co, and Crescent Fire Arms for Shapleigh Hardware Co of St Louis and Sears Roebuck.
J.C.Higgins was a trademark used on Sears and Roebuck rifles and shotguns manufactured for Sears from 1946-1962.
Yes, you can remove the barrel of a model 66 Shotgun!
In very good condition, it might be worth a couple of hundred to someone. A lot of shotgunners still prefer "doubles", and the Sears retailed shotguns with the model prefix "101.7" were made by Stevens - a highly respected manufacturer.
Sears sold imported Zoli shotguns as well as private branded Winchester 101 shotguns. Would need to know the model number off of the barrel.
The Ranger 410 double barrel was made for Sears Roebuck by Hunter Arms and by Steven Arms. Yours was Made by Stevens Arms.
The Sears 200 series = Winchester 1200. Parts should be available from e-gunparts.com if you can't find them locally.
Sears 200 series = Winchester 1200. Parts should be available from e-gunparts.com if you can't find them locally.
Made for Sears Roebuck by Stevens. There may be a model number on the right side of the receiver (most likely 5000, 5100, or 311) or a Sears product number on the barrel (101.6?) which could give an approximate date.
As I saw in other faq`s answered about King Nitro shotguns, they were made by Sears,Roebuck co. We need to find those other answers and correct them. Sears Roebuck never made any guns unless you count those manufactured by their subsidiary company, Meriden Arms from 1905 to 1915. Nitro King was a Sears brand but King Nitro was a trade name distributed by Shapleigh Hardware of St Louis. The guns were made by W.H. Davenport, Iver Johnson, J. Stevens (model 315 double barrel), and unidentified Belgian manufacturers.
$300-$600 on 153.512360
Nitro King was a Sears Roebuck brand name made by Crescent Arms, 1908-1917.
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.