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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.

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


I was 5 years old in 1957 when my Dad helped me hold and aim his J C Higgins model 36 22cal rifle (which I own today). When I was about 12 years old I asked him when he got his rifle. He said his dad bought it for him when he graduated from high school in 1945. http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Rifles.pdf


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


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


Sears used the JC Higgins name on firearms from the 1940s until 1961.


You can't. There is a safety recall on that model- unsafe to shoot. Sears has been buying back the bolts for years to take them out of circulation.


I received a model 41 for Christmas in 1959. I believe my Dad payed $12 for it from our local Sears store. I still have it today. Still shoots accurately. This Christmas (2009) it will be 50 years old!


I believe you are asking about an air rifle made by Daisy air gun co. Made for Sears under the JC Higgins name. From your description I believe it is a model 1894 BB rifle. ( it looks like a Winchester 30 30 if I am right) If so then yes there is value in it But it all depends on the condition of the rifle. Is it still working? is it in Excellent, Very good, Good, Fair, or Poor condition?


No way to answer. Which shotgun? We need a model number- Sears sold shotguns for over 80 years, and there were a LOT of different guns, different values.


Your Sears model 53 rifle is indeed a Winchester model 70 rifle.These were fine made rifles that would be very good to hunt with!I am not sure what years winchester made these rifles for Sears though.


I believe you are talking about a Crosman model 140 or 1400 first made in 1954 and then again in 1955-57, 1956-62, 1961-68. These were all Variations of the same model. For Years Crosman and Daisy made airguns under the J.C. Higgins name for Sears. All Crosman models for sears began with (126) and Daisy models began with (799) See the following web pages to verify this air Rifle. See the links below.


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.


Your J C Higgins model 44 was made for sears by the marlin firearms company.The marlin model number is model 57M.The marlin model 57,and 57M were made during the years 1959-1965.


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.


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.


This is the High Standard Model 200. It is booked at $175 for 100% condition, to $90 in 60%.Answerthere is some questions as to who actually made your weapon. according to some sources the model 28, 29, 30 were all actually made by the company j c Higgins. the 31 was made by high standard. some insist that there was no j c Higgins, it was just a guy at sears. this is true. the was in accounting in the 1930 and 1940's and agreed to let them use j Higgins (sears added the c ) for the sporting goods line. the use of the name all but stopped in 1961 with the introduction of the ted Williams line of sporting goods for sears. john Higgins himself died in 1964 and received no money for the use of his name all those years. the manufacture date of your rifle is around the late 40's early 50's. most do not have a seriel number so actual dating is hard. thanks AnswerThe Sears model 30 was manufactured by High Standardd For a manual see www.histandard.info http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Rifles.pdf


your rifle was made by Marlin fire arms co . It is basicly the same gun as a Marlin model 80 your rifle was made in the late 50s early 60s 1958 to around 1962 its about 45 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.


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 the same rifle that was a Christmas present to me from my parents in 1958. I can't give you the dollar value, but that's at least a starting point on the age of that model. Mine is in good condition, but the butt plate cracked several years ago and I'm trying to replace it. If anyone can point me toward a source for replacing the butt plate on a Sears and Roebuck J.C. Higgins Model 105.18, I'd appreciate it.


This rfle was produced by Winchester (model 121) and was also sold in Sears stores with the Sears name on it. A total of 72,561 were made between 1967 and 1973. It was made in youth, standard, and deluxe models. A unique feature is the front locking lugs on the bolt, which makes for a very sturdy rifle. This was the first rifle I ever purchased, and still have it 40 years later. A very good condition rifle would probably be worth $100 to $125 today.


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


Sears sold firearms for over 100 years. Most were made by other companies (Remington, Savage, Marlin, Mossberg, etc.) for Sears but marked with the Sears trade names of J C Higgins or Ted Williams.


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




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