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Where can you find information about a J C Higgins model 583.10 shotgun?

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2006-11-28 14:59:46
2006-11-28 14:59:46

The JC Higgins model numbers for that particular type of bolt action shotgun go back to 583.1. They were made by High Standard and are similar to the High Standard Model 10 bolt-action shotgun. The 583.13 is mid-1950's. 583-1 to 583-12 were made by Harrington & Richardson arms Co for High Standard then partially owned By Sears 583 dose not mean High standard It means HOUSE BRAND ONLY. Sears Had made a special arraingment with H&R to purchase this model As H&R did not what to exclusivly make any gun for Sears The made the improved verson of their model 120/121 for Sears/High Standard this evolved into the Sears model 10 after 1948 When HIgh standard took over production .H&R also sold a greatly improved version on their own the were known as the 348/349 gamester and 351 Huntsman. H&R also subcontracted on the Sears model 10 and produced the 583.17A and supplied various parts to high standard for the entire series The JC Higgins 583 1 to 583 25 was actually exclisive Sears product owned entirely by Sears based on pre war H&R design

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