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Your Marlin model 21,which was the straight grip version of the model 19 shotgun,was made from 1906-1907 by the Marlin Firearm Company.

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When in doubt have a qualified gunsmith examine your Marlin model 21 shotgun.It is far cheaper to have it examined,then to loose your eye sight or worse.



If you are willing to get your winchester model 21,28 gauge shotgun authenticated by a winchester facory letter,then this shotgun could range in price from 25,000-30,000 dollars because it is generally believed that less that 100 model 21 shotguns were made by the winchester custom shop during the production of the winchester model 21.There was a production of 32,500 model 21 shotguns made between the years 1931-1988.Only 1100 were made by the winchester custom shop.You may get a letter on your winchester model 21 shotgun by contacting the the Cody firearms museum located in Cody,Wyoming.I would certainly have this shotgun valued by a qualified winchester collector assoc.member.


Your shotgun was made by High standard in 1960 for Sears. The model 21 was first introduced by Sears in the spring of 1958.


Hi standard. It's their "Flite King"


Whatever model the maker called it that made it for Sears. Go to Proofhouse.com for a store brand chart.


my husband has the ted Williams model 21 12-guage shotgun and we were wondering the value of the gun


High Standard i have one that looks like a Winchester model 1200 i know the reference boards claim the sears model 21 is a high standard but i think the ted Williams model 21 at least some may have been Winchester


"Your" Winchester Model 21 Double Barrel Shotgun was manufactured in 1933, giving it an age of 77 years, as of 2010.


Presently no, but they certainly have in the past. In the modern era both the Model 21 & the model 24 were both made in 16 guage.


Your Winchester model 21 which is a hand made shotgun was made in the year 1932.Winchester made 330 model 21,s that year.The value cannot be determined without a much more detailed description of your shotguns overall condition including the bores.I would have a member of the Winchester collectors assoc.evaluate your shotgun.Winchester model 21,s can bring a very respectable price today.


The Model 21 was made in Grades A, B, C, and D. 'A' would be a rather plain gun, 'B' would have a higher quality of wood, 'C' would have some engraving, and 'D' would be extensively engraved. For the four grades in 80% condition, the Blue Book indicates values of $165, $305, $415, and $715, and in 100% condition, $325, $495, $635, and $1,320.


If your gun is the origanal model 10 it will have an A,B,or C at the end of model 1o on the bridge and barrel . we think the gun with the B is the most exspensive gun. they are used here in Kentucky for shooting matches. One of the best guns made for shoting matches.there is a model 8 that looks like a model 10. The Model 10 shotgun was a pump-action takedown shotgun made from 1910-1929. It was offered in various grades, but the most often seen plain version sells for around $200 in working order. Model 10 begain production in 1908 - 1929 it was made for 21 yearsThe Remington Model 10 slide action shotgun was made from 1911 to 1929. In 100% condition, it books at $300. In 60%, $110.


Both were High Standard Flite King shotguns. They are similar, but from different time periods. Very nice shotguns, not very pricey.


The Winchester model 21 shotgun has been made since 1930-1931.These shotguns were still being made by there custom shop in 2007.While I have the serial numbers by year for 1930-1941,after that Winchester did not release these figures.The last serial number in 1941 was 10475.You may find the year of manufacture by contacting the Cody Firearms Museum located in Cody,Wyoming.They will for a fee authenticate your Winchester model 21 and send you a fine letter describing the year of build,special order features found on your shotgun,date shipped and to who.This fine letter from Winchester will add value to your shotgun,and can answer all your questions about it.


I own that very shotgun, the model 21. I purchased a left hand safety for mine in about 1970 from a parts catalog for a High Standard that a friend had puchase. I can't tell you though if the model 20 is the same. The 21 is a variable choke slide action. I have never had a problem with it. Numrich Arms (www.gunpartscorp.com) has a cross reference section- its on the left side of their home page. You can look up a Sears or Western Auto or Montgomery Ward firearm model, and it will give you the maker, and corresponding model of that maker. Sears Model 21 evolved from the model 20. parts lists for comparing various Sears modesl are available at www.histandard.info


The JC Higgins Model 21 is a pump shotgun, not a rifle. Reassembly should be done by a competent gunsmith.


There were no serial numbers on the model 21's. all you will find is an assembly date code and a sears reference number beginning 583.__ .


The shotgun in question was made in late '47 or early in '48. It was actually made by High-Standard. Their version of this shotgun was called the Mod. 200. High Standard sold no shotguns at the time the 583.53 was made - probably in the late 1940's The High Standard model 200 was a late 1960's model but did have a few common parrts with many of the models 20's and 21's http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20Shotguns.pdf


this particular gun was made in 1979 as the first two numbers are 21 (100-21=79) thats all i can tell you. hope it helps a little.


Might I suggest contacting 'High Standard'? Do a search for high standard firearms and get in touch with them.


http://www.histandard.info/manuals/sears/pashotguns/index.html


The Winchester Model 21 Grand American 3-barrel cased set. Bert H.


If you have a Standard model 21 Winchester with no ingraving,then the value would be 5,000 dollars for a shotgun with 90% of its original finish remaining.Becauseyou do not say what grade of Winchester model 21 you have,and the overall condition of the shotgun in question it would be difficult to access a distinct value to your shotgun.Be aware that because you have a 20 Gauge the above listed price should be 25% more because of the chambering in 20 gauge.The next values will be for the model 21 custom grade with No 6 engraved receiver.9000-10,000 dollars for a model with 95% of its original finish remaining.The model 21 grand american grade with 2 sets of barrels with forearms and No 6 engraving with gold inlays,19,500-23,000 dollars based on the shotgun having 95% of its original finish remaining.I hope that you find this info helpful.


Sears model 21 pump shotguns were made by High Standard. The High Standard model designation is the K2011, also known as the Flite/Sport King. They were manufactured between 1960 and 1966. The K2011 was a 20ga shotgun, specifically the Flight King Deluxe. High Standard guns are characterized by Series (such as K2011) and then by catalog number which further defines exact features, barrel length, etc. The Sears Model 21 in .410 was a version of the K-410 series Flight King Field shotgun, catalog #8450. It was produced between 1962 and 1965. The Sears model number can be found on the left side of the barrel, and will be either 583.2085, 583.2086 or 583.2087. sales@countrygunsmith.net



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