No one has ever written a scholarly study of Sears Roebuck shotguns, and I doubt if anyone ever will. The Standard Catalog doesn't even mention them, Gun Trader's Guide lists about 6 models (not including any o/u doubles). If you know a model number, there are cross-reference lists that may tell who actually manufactured it. For value, find the cheapest new o/u at Walmart and figure 1/2 to 2/3 of it's list price. Some shotguns were made for Sears Roebuck under contract with Winchester. A superposed made in 1970 would probably have been made overseas, as American craftsmanship had priced itself out of the market but for the very rich. If it's Japanese made, Miroku or others, you've got a gem. (Check proof marks for kanji, etc.) If it's Spanish made, it's a pig in a poke; some really good guns come from there, but their Metallurgy was suspect in the postwar period in the more economic varieties. If Italian made, another possible gem. Unlikely that the Turks were exporting o/u's in the 70s, though they make some good ones, and Russia was still Commie back then, so Sears Roebuck would probably have not been trading with them, though two barrel shotguns (side by side and o/u) were the only permissable firearm for tens of thousands of Igors in the Street. And they made a lot of them. Hunting was still a recognized activity under the commissars. An acquaintence of mine who took a duck hunting trip to the famed marshes of Mother Russia in the post-Munich days almost had his own guns taken away by German airport police during a stopover; disassembled double guns checked through by wealthy Americans evidently rang their anti-Arab alarms. He never could get over the irony that once behind the (fast rusting) Iron Curtain, nobody gave him a second glance crossing Red Square with a shotgun case in his hands. Kind of like it used to be in Amuricuh....
The Sears and Roebuck Ted Williams shotgun retails for about 250 dollars in excellent condition. This gun can be purchased for less than 150 dollars in used condition.
The 12 gauge long tom 1900 shotgun by Sears and Roebuck is valued at $250 in excellent condition. In fair condition, it is valued at $80.
The value of a Sears Roebuck M-66 gauge automatic shotgun depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 120.00 and 180.00 as of 2014.
The value of the 410 Sears and Roebuck JC Higgins Model 101 shotgun varies greatly with its condition. In excellent condition the gun retails for about 250 dollars or so.
The value of a Sears and Roebuck 12 gauge shotgun model number 281512651 depends on its condition. This gun in excellent condition is valued between 100.00 and 135.00 as of 2014.
Theres alot that gos into the value of a gun . the condition of the gun has alot to do with how much someone will pay for a gun. I payed 300.00 for a over under shotgun make for sears roebuck 2yrs ago it was in fair condition
The Sears Roebuck Model 20 12 gauge shotgun, serial number 5832006 is valued at $200 in very good condition. It good condition, it is valued at $125.
I believe that your Sears shotgun is a Winchester model 37A shotgun that was made for Sears Roebuck And Co,.
50-300 USD depending on who made it and overall condition.
75-200 USD depending on condition.
$75-$125, depending on condition.
The value of a Sears Roebuck 12-gauge 101.100A shotgun is around $100. This depends on the the condition of the firearm.
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.
Without a model number and the condition of the gun, impossible to answer.
Depends on model and condition. Typically $100-$150.
need a diagram of sears model 66m shotgun for takedown
It is a Winchester 101, made in Japan. Depending on condition, $600-$800.
Just paid $70 at a Pawn shop, gun is in fair condition.
Depending on condition, up to $250. firstname.lastname@example.org
You will need to find out who made it first.
value of a jc higgins 101-40 shotgun