I don't really know the value of the J C Higgins 12 gauge shotgun as a colectable but I do know that Sears is offering $50 gift certificates for the return of the bolt to their offices. Apparently there was a voluntary recall of the bolt receiver and Sears will pay for the bolt to make the gun inoperable. CONTACT: Peggy Palter of Sears, 847-286-8309 Not all JC Higgins shotguns are affected by the recall. And the compensation is $160. * The shotguns were sold in Sears stores and through its catalog as the J.C. Higgins Bolt Action 12-Gauge Model 10 Shotgun during the 1950s. It was carried under a number of product numbers: 583.13, 583.14, 583.15, 583.16, 583.17, 583.18, 583.19, 583.20, 583.21 and 583.22. The product model number is engraved on the barrel of the shotgun. Consumers are advised to immediately stop using the shotgun. Call 800-817-9165 for identification verification and instructions on return procedures. If your shotgun is not one of these, it's value is about $75 to $125, depending on condition.
Retail tops out at $120.
what is the value of the jc Higgins model 5834 today
I WOULD ESTIMATE THE VALUE TO BE $100.00
The JC Higgins 12 gauge pump action shotgun, model 20-1264 583.55 is valued at $175 in excellent condition. In fair condition, it is valued at $90.
16 gauge - smaller selection of ammunition , Higgins - Sears tradename, Bolt -not a popular action. 3 strikes. Top value $125 if in nearly-new condition. More likely to bring $50-$75.
58yrs old worth as much as someone will pay you for it
I have one and I'm pretty sure it's a 1953
I bought one when I was in High School in 1947 or 1948
50-150 USD depending on condition.
In very good shape about 100 dollars these are good shotguns enjoy it
I paid $80 for one early September 2009. Price will vary depending on condition.
value of 1968 20 gauge bolt action westerfield
In very good-excellent condition, these will top out at $125 or so. Bolt-action 20ga shotguns are not in great demand. firstname.lastname@example.org
@ 200 USD
$50. Safety recall on these. Contact Sears. They will trade you a $50 gift card for the bolt from the gun.
50-200 or so