Why would you want a plastic stock. I have this gun with a plastic stock and am considering replacing it with a wooden one. If I do, I will certainly be willing to sell the plastic one.
A Marlin model 81 DL is the same rifle. You can put the same stock on your J.C. Higgins. Now to find a stock for a model 81. Try gunbroker.com or perhaps Numrich gun parts.
The model 5100 Stevens shotgun has a plastic stock
Should be the same as Marlin model 59
It was built with a commercial 98 Mauser action.
The JC Higgins 101.1 is a Savage Model 94. Try Numerich gunpartscorp.comJack First jackfirstgun.comBob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com
AnswerProbably the 1960's. Best bet is to contact Daisy Manufacturing for details.It was made in 1958. That year only. It was a model 98.
Boyds gunstocks has new ones available for 59.00
Boyds stock repair
Gun Parts Corp has correct Higgins buttplates, but they would have to be fitted to the stock.
I HAVE A MODEL 20 12GA BUT NO BOLT, VERY GOOD SHAPE, SELL ME YOUR BOLT OR YOU CAN BUY MY STOCK AND BARREL VERY GOOD SHAPE.
Your quseton is a little vague. Are you asking about an Air Rifle? with a wooden stock?
Bobsgunshop.com has parts for all rifles/shotguns and more.
I typically would have that, but I am out of stock. Go to www.e-gunparts.com and order their item #415250. The JC Higgins Model 41 is the same as the Marlin 101G. email@example.com
it's probably a model 5100. the tenite (plastic stock and forend) as it was called was likely made sometime around wwII, because of a shortage of wood built gunstocks and forends
HigginsThis rifle was made by Savage /Stevens They sold them as the Model 6/87 semi auto rifle a very good rifle .The Tenite stock and JC Higgins name means It was made after WW2 Infact it was made around 1950 the value is around 100 to 150 dollars depending on condition how ever dealers pay considerably less for them .But that is what they sell them for. The model 87 with tenite stock is in demand with Stevens collectors even those made for JC Higgins Sears and Roebuck
The model J C Higgins model 50 was built by High Standard using the FN Mauser action made in Belgium. It was available in 2 calibers, the .30-06 and .270. The J C Higgins model 51 was the same rifle except it had a stock that had a cheek piece and checkering. All of the model 50 & 51 rifles that I have and have had, shot very well.
The JC Higgins 33 was made by High Standard for Sears in the mid 1950's.
They come in at least 4 types .Stainless - Blued - Plastic Stock - Wood Stock. Anywhere from $125.00 to $235.00.
$100-$175, depending on condition.
A JC Higgins model 50 58395 in excellent cond.will bring between 300to 400 dollars maybe more depending who wants it. These are very good high quality rifles.
If fully functional and the plastic stock hasn't broken yet, around $200-250