It probably doesn't have one. Serial numbers were not required before 1968 (the JC Higgins name was discontinued in 1961) and few manufacturers serialized their small caliber rifles and shotguns. It probably doesn't have one. Serial numbers were not required before 1968 (the JC Higgins name was discontinued in 1961) and few manufacturers serialized their small caliber rifles and shotguns.
Need a model number to give you an answer.
Numrich Gn Parts Crp. I believe it is a Marlin Model 81. I Have A JC Higgins Model #103.229 Bolt Action E Mail email@example.com
What year was the JC Higgins model number 10116 made in
I have seen them go from $80.00 to $180.00 at most of the local gun shows. It
Should be on the action, Sportsman could be the 48 or 58 semi auto. Sportsman models have little parts left so try not to break any.
I assume your single action is pre-war ? If so, then made about 1907. As to the caliber, check markings on barrel. that should give the caliber.......
I have a J. C. Higgins model 10516 with the original 4X scope . The scope mount says J.C. Higgins 4X PATD , MFD by W.R. Weaver Co. El Paso TX. IT also has N3 stamped on the mount. Hope this helps.
'AR' prefix indicates 1977
We need to know the model number.
what is a J C Higgins Model 583.9 20 gauge worth
Impossible to answer without a detailed description, type of action, caliber, etc..
The phone number of the Higgins Public Library is: 806-852-2214.
on the grip frame.
Less than $50, typically.
Model 74 Sportsman Description: Autoloading Rifle Introduction Year: 1984 Year Discontinued: 1987 Total Production: N/A Designer/Inventor: Research & Development Action Type: Autoloading Caliber/Gauge: .30-06 Serial Number Blocks: Starting: N/AEnding: N/A # of Grades Offered: N/A Variations:N/A
Need to know caliber, barrel length, and type of action.
The L579 was a model number that was used by Sako.it describes the action type.The info that you provided will not indicate what caliber that you have.Your Sako rifle should be marked as to what caliber your rifle is chambered for,somewhere on the firearm itself.
Depending on the model number... I have a jc higgend 22 bolt action and they were sold at Sears and that was their name,,, Marlin is the maker of the one I have...
No way to answer without knowing who made it, what caliber, all markings, type of action.
Impossible to answer without more informaiton. Model? Caliber/gauge? Type of action?
Impossible to answer without a detailed description of all markings, caliber and type of action.