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Answered 2012-04-02 22:10:01

Cannot find the Sears 130 Ranger in any of my cross-reference books. Please check the model number again and send me an email.


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check cabelas that's where i found a spare clip for my rifle

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Take the rifle to a gun shop so they can figure out what make, model and caliber rifle you have. There is no 84 caliber long rifle.

You can find a firing pin for the ranger at Numerick Gun Parts Corporation. Numrich gun parts and

Online it appears to be going for between 150-250. Very good rifle, hard to find a clip for so make sure to purchase one with a clip!

The Ranger 22 was built by Marlin firearms, try a clip that fits the folowing Marlin Rifles. 50-50E, 80C, 780. You are looking for something that was built in the 1930s.

One can find a clip for a 22 caliber New Haven Mossberg rifle through local gun retailers. These pieces can also be found through gun classifieds and gun manufacturers.

We have new 10 round magazines for that rifle.

this is only my opinion. I think the tube fed looks neat. I have had both styles of rifles and you will not find any difference in performance. It will be faster to load a clip than a tube fed style rifle same goes for unloading.


Made by Mossberg. We have magazines.

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Blue Book of Gun Values would be a place to start

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