Your Sears Model 2C rifle was made by Winchester as their Model 131. SOME parts are available from Numrich Gun Parts Corp. See link below that will take you to the Numrich catalog for the Winchester 131.
rear site is it possible ot get one and how does it come of the rifle
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Made from 1967-1973. Value depends on condition. Range from 100-350 USD.
It is indeed a Winchester 131. You need to check with a gunsmith for parts. gunpartcorp has only the right hand extractor available on their website- sold out of lefthand- but a smith will have other sources.
the 131 was introduced in 1967 and dropped from the Winchester line in 1973. none were serialed, so that's the closest you can get I have a Winchester model 131 and mine is serialized. I bought it new in about 1971 or1972.
That all depends on when your rifle was made.These model 131 Winchester rifles were made between 1967-1973.The gun control act of 1968 mandated that serial numbers be placed on all firearms.If yours was made during 1967-1968 then it was not required to have a serial number.
According to the store brand cross reference in Numrich gun parts corporation's catalog, Sears model 2t was made by Winchester. I believe it is a Winchester model 141 because the model 131 is magazine fed and the model 121 is a single shot.
Made from 1967 - 1973
CHeck the receiver very carefully
You need the services of a gunsmith
The Sears 2C was made by Winchester and is basically the same as the Winchester Model 131. Owners manuals might be found online at one of the auction site like eBay or GunBroker. We have parts available. firstname.lastname@example.org
paid 250 last night
these winchesters are going for between 75-200 dollars,depending on condition.
What make? We need more info to answer- there were several different Mdl 131s.
The sears 2c is actually a Winchester Model 131. I just acquired one and I'm looking for parts. I'll update when I learn more.I have a 2C Mod No 273.27510. I can't find a serial number anywhere on the barrel or receiver. I purchased mine from Sears in 1969.the 131 was introduced in 1967 and dropped from the Winchester line in 1973. none were serialed, so that's the closest you can get
It's a Winchester 131. There weren't a whole lot made but they're not worth all that much. Some say $350 on the high side, but in reality it's probably about a $100 rifle give or take. Nothing wrong with it, it'll shoot FOREVER but it's not a Holland and Holland.
Go to You-Tube.They should have a video available for you to watch.
The factors of 131 are: 1 and 131 because 131 is a prime number.
131% = 131/100 in fraction
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It an be divided evenly by: 1, 131.
Just calculate 0 x 131, 1 x 131, 2 x 131, etc. -1 x 131, -2 x 131, etc. are also multiples.
131 is bigger,,,because .302=0.302 which is smaller than 131