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2014-02-14 21:52:50
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That is a Marlin mdl 80. try website for gunpartscorp. look under Marlin 80.


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where can you get a bolt and clip for jc Higgins 22cal model42-103

The JC Higgins model 103 (and there were a lot of different model 103's like the 103.19791, 103.19801, 103.19810, etc, etc) were all different models of Marlin. The Western Auto Revelations were their model 105-2060 which was also a Marlin model 80. To answer your question - maybe. Try it out.

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.

Made by Marlin from 1962-1965. We have some parts for that model.

There were two types of firing pin used on that model. Would need to see the bolt, but we have the pin.

AnswerThe model is Ranger 20 gauge over under model 103-12 and is stamped 5363 Ranger 103-5363 o/u was made by Marlin and is the same gun as the Marlin Model 90. Prior to WWII Sears used the Ranger name. After WWII they used the JC Higgins name. Sears introduced the Ranger 103-XX O/U in 1937.

The J C Higgins model 41 /103 19770 Was made by Marlin Firearms.1959 .103 is the Sears vendor code for Marlin .The model 41 is the same as the the Marlin Glenfield model 10. These are very nice little rifles that are well known for accuracy. You can also search for Marlin model 80 parts seeing as how the J.C. Higgins is a clone of the model 80 and Marlin is easier to get parts for. I got a model 80 elevation key for the rear sight from the sight and looked and fit exactly the same as the old one I lost off my J.C.

22 rifle made by J.C Higgins Model 31 sold by sears what is it worth

Take it to a gunsmith for proper identification. Marlin made a Ranger model 103 over and under. Sears Ranger 103 O/U was the Marlin Model 90 O/U. Sears sold them under the Ranger name prior to WWII and as the JC Higgins after WWII.

Seems like I remember seeing that Marlin mfred it.

I have 103,19810 and have same question. Handed down from father, from his grandfather who purchased it new.

I have Been told that this gun is a copy of a marlin 80 and that clip Should fit it but this is just heresay

Marlin. The Ranger 103-1 O/U shotgun was Sears' name for the Marlin Model 90. Sears used the Ranger name prior to WWII and JC Higgins after WWII. The Ranger 103-xx and the Marlin model 90 were introduced in 1937.

Try, gun shops, gun shows, want ads.

Your gun should be a Marlin Mod 80. Go to the Numerich web site first to verify the model. You shuld be able to get parts from: Numerich Jack First Bob's Gun Shop try Numrich:

Model 103-16This rifle was made by The Marlin Firearms company. It is a marlin 80 . 22 cal rifle. Depending on condition it is worth between 50-100 dollars. I have a 16 ga. JC Higgins 103-360 O/U shotgun made in 1957. Brophy, in his book on Marlin Firearms published in 1989 by Stackpole Books, lists the 103-360 as the same gun as a 16 ga. Marlin Model 90DT O/U shotgun. In that same listing on page 414, Brophy lists the 103-16 as a 16 ga. Marlin Model 90DT.Current value depends on its condition. According to Brophy, Marlin only supplied the 16 ga. JC Higgins O/U's with 28" barrels that were generally choked Mod/Full. 16 ga. Model 90DT's in good condition are selling for $400 and up on Internet auction sites like Gunbroker. Model 90's with 26" barrels generally choked IC/Mod tend to bring more as do Model 90ST's.

I have a clip for the Mod. 42-103-2840 22 cal. So Mr

I believe it is made by Marlin model 57M also the Enfield 57M is the same gun as well, at least this is what my research is showing. Mine is a 22 mag and I am very happy with it, it works fine just like a Marlin.

I don't know but I'm looking for the answer too. I have serieal R 9799. Brophy in his book Marlin firearms (1989 by Stackpole Books) lists the Ranger 103-11 as a 16 ga. Marlin Model 90 O/U. After WWII Sears sold the model 90 under the JC HIggins trade name.

The model 41 was made by Marlin it was a Glenfield model10 103 is the sears vender code for Marlin Try Numrich arms in West Hurley NY lists most parts for this rifle

Not possible to give an exact age. 103-275 is a sears part number, not a serial number.

Just purchased a Model 83 from a gentleman who states that he bought it new originally in 1940, when he was about 9 or 10 at the time. Introduced in 1935 and dropped from production in 1939. The Stevens Springfield rifle was also made for Sears's and was called the Ranger model 103 and there was also a model made for J.C. Higgins They sold for about $25.00

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