Jan 13 1948
563 14 is not a 12 gauge it is 16 gauge it was made in 1948 by high standard in good or better condition should bring between 50 and 125 bucks
your gun was made by High Standard in 1952 these are very good guns
If it was made before midnight, December 31, 1968, it didn't need one and probably doesn't have one. If it was made later, it should be easily found somewhere on the receiver.
Stevens made jc Higgins shotguns ,the model 311 interchanges with the jc Higgins
When was the J.C. Higgins Model 101.0 12Gauge Shotgun Made
what is the value of the jc Higgins model 5834 today
sears roebuck and company
It is a Stevens Model 250A, made by them for Sears, using the Sears J.C. Higgins trade name.
Made by Stevens, 1940's.
If it marked JC Higgins, that Is a Savage model 96 made for Sears. If it does not have a serial number, it was made before 1968,
what year was jc Higgins sears and roebuck model 20 12 gauge 583.60 made
The JC Higgins Model 45 was made by Marlin and is basically the same gun as the Model 336. Manuals are availabe from Marlin Firearms. The JC Higgins Model 66 was made by High Standard and is out of production. I have a manual scanned, and can email it to you. email@example.com
I believe you have a JC Higgins model 101.1 This should be a single shot 12 ga. It was made by Savage as the Savage model 94. They were made between 1926 and 1945
Made by Savage/Stevens, same as the Model 311. Value $150-$300.
Bolt-action 20ga shotguns such as the Higgins (which was made by High Standard and is basically the same as their Model 11) generally sell for $100-$150. www.countrygunsmith.net
The JC Higgins 583.16 is a bolt-action 12ga shotgun made for Sears by High Standard in 1948/1949.
Hi Standard made the Model 20 J.C. Higgins for Sears
I could be wrong, but I believe it was Sears/Roebuck.
Depending on model and condition, about $125. Many were made by High Standard, decent shotguns.
Likely is a Savage Model 24 made for Sears under the JC Higgins name. Most of those run about $225, depending on condition.
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.
1945 Made by H&R for High Standard / Sears & roebuck
made 1952 by Sears/High Standard in good shape 100 dollars