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What years was the JC Higgins 12 Gauge Bolt Action Model 5834 Made?

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1954 And produced through 1956. Replaced by the 583.1101 (High Standard Model 11) in 1957.


My dad bought this shotgun for me when I was 16 years old which would have been in 1961-62 era.


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.


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.


when was this model made and what is the value of one


The JC Higgens, model 103.229 bolt action .22 dates back to the mid to late 1950s making it close to 50 to 60 years old.


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.


A JC Higgins .22 caliber rifle, model 103.229 is about 55 years old as of 2014.


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The j.c. higgins model 103.228 was made in the early 1950s. Most likely in 1950 as the 103.229 model was made in 1951.


The Winchester model 1901 shotgun was made between the years 1901-1920.


The savage/stevens model 58 was made during the years 1933-1945,with a total production of 29,500 firearms made.


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http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Shotguns.pdf


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 got mine 3 years ago. Looks almost new. Great gun for rabbits and pheasants. I paid $100 and am really happy with it.


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Its worth about 100-150 wait a few years and itll be worth more


From your question I would believe that you have a Winchester model 1887 lever action shotgun.These shotguns were available in 10 gauge,or 12 gauge,with a 4 shot magazine tube,and a 30in or 32in barrel with a full choke fluid steel barrels.There were 64,855 made between the years 1887-1901.


J C Higgins 583 3 20 gauge bolt action shotgun was Made by Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. For High Standard Manufacturing who in turn supplied them to Sears and Roebuck &Co. JC. Higgins was a Sears trade Name your shotgun is the first Series of JC Higgins shotguns made 1945/46. It was based on the pre war H&R model 120 /121 these are excelent old guns some parts are available from from Numrich arms Gun Parts Corp. In West Hurley NY.I have tons of parts Been a gunsmith for many years and Believe it or not I collect JC Higgins Bolt shotgun s repair them for customers often


You can check with gunpartscorp.com, however, your shotgun was made by High Standard, and has been out of production over 50 years. If you find one, the cost is likely to exceed the value of the shotgun.


J.C. Higgins model 153.17 shotguns were manufactured in the 1950's, making them approximately 60 years old. The price can range from $50 to $300 depending on the item condition.


1947 1962 under jc Higgins brand 1963 to 1968 under the sears,and under the makers name High Standard model K100 flite king from 1957 to 1968 very good shotguns


I have a J C Higgin Model 588.3 That my father bought for me for my 16th birthday in August of 1949. I killed a lot of squirls with as a kit. Has not been fired in over 40 years but is in good condition. cebertmitch@att.net


The Sears 583.10 is a High Standard and the only High Standard bolt action shotgun known is the Model 514. The 514 is worth $125 in excellent condition. Dates of production aren't listed but it's less than 50 years old.



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