This is a strange shotgun to price. Sears issued a recall on it several years ago and offered $160 if you sent them the bolt.
The gun says 16 gauge model 101.40 Sears and Roebuck Co. purchased 51 years ago. I have it in my hand! 2 3/4 inch chamber selected forged steel with 28 inch barrel full chokeThe sears model 101.40 was made for sears by stevens.The stevens model 940 is the same firearm.These were made in the early-mid 1960,s.the value of these shotguns depending on overall condition range from 60-130 dollars.
That shotgun was made for Sears by High Standard- it is their Flite King model. It was made from about theearly 1960s for about 12 years. Nice shotguns, BTW.
what years were the winchester model 370 410 gauge made
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.
Lets start with how to identify the rifle. When you say "model 95". Model 95 made by who? All of Sears air guns and rifles were either made by Crosman or Daisy. The model numbers that sears used identified the manufacture by the first three numbers as such. 126 represented Crosman and 799 represented Daisy the following numbers can be translated into the original model number. From that I can give you the years it was made. This information is only about 75% available because some of the records were lost over the years. I need the Sears Model number to assist you further.
what years were the 370 , 20 gauge made in Canada what years were the 370 , 20 gauge made in Canada
Introduced about 1956 and continued for a few years until the model 11 was introduced. Value depends on condition which you did not specify. Tens of thousands model 10's were manufactured.
I've had mine for about 7 years.
About 20 years old
That is a tall order- Sears sold double barreled shotguns for nearly 100 years. However, if your shotgun has a model number stamped in it, there is a cross reference ist that MAY have your shotgun. Go towww.gunpartscorp.com, and click on forums. The LEFT forum is the company forum, click there. Then scroll don, and look for "cross reference" on the left side. Click that, and scroll down to "Sears" and/or J.C. Higgins, and look for your model number. Over the years they were made by MANY companies. Good luck!
I'm not so sure what the model 101.7 is, but I purchased guns for Sears for many years. I do own three Sears guns. I have in my gun case a Sears 101.7D that was manufactured I believe by Savage Arms at the time. Any questions, my e-mail is email@example.com
According to my brother-in-law, yes. He also has a Sears Ted Williams 12 gauge shotgun with 2.75 inch chamber, model number 300, with silver trigger. His about 40 years old in mint condition and he is looking for a value too. Stock is decorated with silver and ingraving. 1/12/08
Shotguns sold by Sears through years were made by many different manufacturers. It is very difficult to determine value because of the many variables.
i have a model 37 12 gauge bought in 1961 at browns auto. serial no. is 747557-4 so it is 46 years old.
It is over 30 years that I know
35 years old
40 years old $600.00
I can't find either of those models in my cross-reference list. Closest is .5350 or .5380. Both of these are the Savage model 18. I don't know the production years for this model, but a bolt-action is unlikely to have been made before the 1920's and could still be in production.
Depending on which model and gauge, I have bolts. It will be very difficult to find the 12ga bolts from models 583.1-583.21, since Sears has been recalling them and paying good money for the last 10 years or more.
83 years old