Only value would be as a shooter. Under $50 probably.
This pistol was made by Crosman and it's really a model 150. The current value stands around (In Excellent Condition) $90- $110 BUT, add 30% for the Sears Ted Williams version.
What model what is the sears code and model JC Higgins was a Sears & roebuck brand name They sold guns with this name brand from 1946 to to 1962 depending on the sears code it was made some were in that time period .With out the Sears code no. there is no way to determine value
Crosman and Daisy made air guns for Sears under the JC Higgins and Ted Williams brand name. Your pistol is a Crosman model 150. It's a .22 caliber not the normal .177 Pellet pistol. Your gun takes a standard 12 gram C02 cartridge. ( Any Brand). ( You can find the pellets at any large sporting goods store like Basspro, Cabelas or Big 5.) See the link below for the Crosman Owners Manual
This 22 cal pistol was made by Crosman Co for Sears. It is a model 130, Mfg 1953-1970. To assess the value I need to know the condition of the pistol, is it excellent, good, fair, poor. You can find the manual for the 130 on the Crosman web page see the link below
Sears discontinued the sale of all firearms in 1980. So prior to 1980. Hey, we bought the one we have in 1966 through Sears catalog.
Yes they did. The Sears Ted Williams Model T3 was the exact same .22 caliber rifle as the Winchester Model 190.
This pistol was made by Crosman. It's a model 150 made between 1954-1967. It's a .22 caliber that uses a C02 cylinder to power it. There are over 20 different variations made of this model. There was also a model 150C and 150PK.
Lets start with the information you are giving me.Both Daisy and Crosman made air guns for Sears. All the Daisy models started with 799. the next 4 or 5 digits could be cross referenced to the original model number. The same is true for Crosman except the number 126 indicated the air gun was made by Crosman not Daisy. However you have omitted the following digits that come after the 126. There were several target pistols made for Sears and it is not possible to identify your pistol with the information you have provided,
This was made by Crosman air gun, It's a model 150. Unfortunately you did not state the condition of the air gun so no estimate of value can be given. Give more details there are more than 20 variations of the pistol It was Mfg between 1954-67
Try gun shops, gun shows, want ads, Sears memoribilia collectors.
You have a winner. It's valuable. In excellent condition it is worth between $95 -$110 add 30% for the Ted Williams model, add 150% for the sears type 1 JC Higgins model with grey crinkle finish on frame and loading port. add 20-40% for factory box and accessories. (Source Bluebook of airguns 8th edition)
This pistol was made by Crosman. It's a model 150 made between 1954-1967. It's a .22 caliber that uses a C02 cylinder to power it. There are over 20 different variations made of this model. There was also a model 150C and 150PK. If it's a .177 caliber then it's a model 152. made between 1956-1967 Now state the condition of the pistol as Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good or Excellent to get an estimate of value.
Sears sold several different model pellet pistols. First you need to identity the model number. It will start with 126 or 799. Then you need the give it some sort of rating like Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good or Excellent. Then state if it is still holding air and what working condition it's in.
this came from sears roebuckand company and simpsons-sears limited still has all paper work in box
The Sears (JG HIGGINS) model 126.2831 is a Crosman model 180 made for Sears. It was made in 2 variations. The first variant had a Crossbolt safety 1956-1959. The second variant had a die-cast trigger housing 1962-1967. This rifle is a .22 caliber pellet rifle, not a .177 caliber rifle or BB rifle. In poor condition it is worth $25. In good - $80 to $105. In Excellent - $125 to $155. Like New- $180.See the link below for the owners manual.
It would help if you stated the model number. Crosman made several pellet rifles for Sears. You need to provide more information.
It was made between 1972- 1989 by Daisy. It's a Daisy model 880 made for Sears.
Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart.
The Ted Williams Model 34 .22 caliber auto-loading rifle was manufactured by High Standard. Identification numbers include 583.3400; 583.3401; 583.3402; and 583.3403. There may be additional ID's, but these are the ones I have found. D. Phillpott
I bought a sears 684 shotgun (12 gauge) at sears around 1979 , for $ 99
If I am right the pistol was made by By Crosman for Sears under the JC Higgins name. It's a Crosman model 600. 22 Cal C02 pistol. Made between 1960 and 1970. Value is determined by the current condition. Without more information about the working and current condition it is not possible to set a value.
Ted Williams was the store brand name used by Sears. Laurona made the shotgun for Sears and stamped it Ted Williams for the.
sears sold German lugers. CNBC's show on Sears called Biography Sears covers it ans shows a picture.
This model was made for Sears by Crosman air gun Co. In actuality it is a Crosman model 130. It was made from 1953 through 1970 in two variations. I am unable to give an estimate of value with out knowing the condition of the pistol. Condition determines the value.
Hawthorne was a brand name used by WARDS for their airguns. I believe all of their airguns were made by CROSMAN air gun company. They also made air guns for Sears and Western auto. I think your M130 is a Crosman model 130. that would be an underlever pump pistol made between 1953-1970. It a single shot .22 caliber pellet pistol. If I am right you can find the owners manual at the LINK Below. As for value. You will have to give it some rating like Poor, Fair, Good, Very Good, Or Excellent or NEW IN BOX. to get an estimate of value.
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