The "583" indicates a gun made for Sears by either Hi Standard or Harrington & Richardson, but I don't show a direct hit on the "600" part of the number. And to confuse things a bit more, A JC Higgins Model 60 cross-references to a Sears Model 60 - that's almost as helpful as saying a V8 Impala is a V8 Chevy! I can tell you that the JC Higgins name was used for Sears sporting goods from 1908 through 1960. A store-branded shotgun will bring about 2/3 as much as the same gun marked with the manufacturer's name, and a Hi Standard autoloading shotgun will be hard-pressed to bring $300 in top condition.Answeri have the same gun given to me by my gradfather. we have the same gun numbers and everything/. he told me the gun was bought in the mid 1930s. don't know the price on it.\\
The 583.600 was the last of the model 60's and was probably introduced in mid to late 1956. After Novemner 1956, there would be an assembly date code on the barrel. Most cross references for the sears guns made for High Stadanrd are not correct.
This link shows when the gun was offered in the Sears catalog. 1030 iis way tooo early
value of a jc higgins 101-40 shotgun
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.
find a collector i sold my sears and roebuck for 750 im sure you can get quite a bit.
$75-$125, depending on condition.
The J C Higgins model 20 pump shotgun 583 55 was actually made by Sears. Sears and Roebuck & co. owned High Standard and held all the licenses for this gun .583 means House brand exclusive Sears product. 55 is the Sears code for the year 1948
Without a model number and the condition of the gun, impossible to answer.
that model shotgun has a recall on it, just thought i would let you know.
I believe that your Sears shotgun is a Winchester model 37A shotgun that was made for Sears Roebuck And Co,.
High Standard. http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Shotguns.pdf
My understanding is that the first true gas operated automatic shotgun was sold by Sears & Roebuck in 1955 as the J.C. Higgins Model 60 and was manufactured by High Standard.
It a J C Higgins Sears and roebuck 22cal simauto rifel, I paid about $100.00 in 1961.
1945 built by Harrington and Richardson for High Standard who sold them to Sears and Roebuck
An automatic shotgun from Sears Roebuck would top out at around $200.
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.
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
This would be a Stevens single shot worth up to $75.
I bought one when I was in High School in 1947 or 1948
A J.C. Higgins Sears Roebuck 16 gauge bolt action shotgun is valued at between $100 and $150 in good condition. A parts gun is worth $30.
need a diagram of sears model 66m shotgun for takedown
A 1953 JC Higgins shotgun 12 gauge model 20 pump is values at about $150. It was sold by Sears Roebuck.
1945 Made by H&R for High Standard / Sears & roebuck