According to the the Blue Book of Gun Values 19th edition(which was published in 1998) your shotgun was manufactured by Winchester for sears and is a model 1200. The 100%(mint condition) value for a field model is listed as $220. The values rise slightly from there as the grades and options improve.
The Sears Ranger 105-20 16 gauge shotgun came out in the 1930s. The Sears Ranger shotgun has a 26-inch barrel.
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Depends on model and condition. Typically $100-$150.
No age records, most likely a Mossberg shotgun, values $50-$75.
A bolt action shotgun in 12 gauge.
The JC Higgins 583.16 is a bolt-action 12ga shotgun made for Sears by High Standard in 1948/1949.
I believe that your Sears shotgun is a Winchester model 37A shotgun that was made for Sears Roebuck And Co,.
Sears did not make firearms, they contracted out to other companies to mark them with the Sears name.
Sears, the 583.19 has a roll mark date of 11/28/49. Sears has a safety recall on this specific model shotgun you should be aware of before firing.
Your local gunsmith may be able to clarify whether or not Winchester actually manufactured that shotgun for Sears.
your sears shotgun was made by savage arms.There model number was savage model 96.
No sn provided and there is no sn data for Sears.
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.
I bought one when I was in High School in 1947 or 1948
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your shotgun was made by Sears & Roebuck /High Standard in 1949 .Sears owned High Standard back then in good shape its worth about 100 dollars your shotgun was made by Sears & Roebuck /High Standard in 1949 .Sears owned High Standard back then in good shape its worth about 100 dollars
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