J C Higgins Firearms

Where can you get a complete trigger assembly for a JC Higgins model 20 12 gauge if the pot metal ears on the front have broken off?

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2005-10-21 04:32:26
2005-10-21 04:32:26

I'd check with Numrich Gunparts at the link >>>>

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