Actually, Sears had their own store brand "Ted Williams", none of which I can find a Model 60 cross to. They did a lot of business with Marlin on their 80 series 22's and on Marlin 336's. J.C. Penney, Montgomery Ward used Model 60's with a store brand, and Glenfield 60's were found in many discount stores prior to the BATF intervention. Its value is about $35.00-$75.00 dollars in the shooters market. An original scope makes it worth about $85.00 bucks. It was made somewhere between 1962-1975. They where a subcontract gun by Marlin for Sears&Roebuck. It's actually a Marlin model 60. (I happen to own one. With over 200,000 rounds through it it still shoots like a dream. Personally I'd cherish it, she'll out shoot most anything made in the last twenty years!)
value marlin glenfield model 60 22 simi auto rifle
$90.00 to $40.00 depending on condition.
between $100 & $300 (nz dollars)
I saw that rifle at Welston Pawn in Warner Robins today 30June2008 for $159.
Numrich gun parts
value of a model 49 ithaca 22 caliber rifle
Glenfield was made by Marlin. Check with a local gun shop.
.22 short, long, or long rifle rimfire ammunition only.