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Mossberg,Browning and Winchester are 3 possibles- but contact me with the MODEL number from the rifle, and we can tell.

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Sears Roebuck & Co sold the model 43-103.19811 , .22 cal , rimfire , SL / LR , tube feed , bolt action - the rifle was manufactured by Marlin Firearms Co.

I believe your rifle is a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.

My dad bought me one in 1950 maybe from Sears or Western Auto.. DR Sharpe Irondale Alabama

The only rifle that comes to mind after reading your description is the spencer rifle.Especially a rifle that feed through the buttstock.I do not believe that Winchester ever produced a spencer carbine either during or after the civil war.

Your rifle is a Marlin 81 made for Sears. Insure the rifle is COMPLETELY unloaded. Open the bolt, release safety,draw bolt to the rear, depress and hold trigger, slide bolt out of receiver.

kick there butt and feed them to the lions

Gun made by Savage as 6 with A, AB, B letters that follow. Stevens numbers 76 and 87, in tube feed and same with other companies but this one is a Sears. Stocks also are the same as Stevens & Springfield models 87 tube feed. Numrich mostly has them but as of this writing, they are sold Jones

it is a marlin model 81. good rifle. hang on to it. thanks

I just ordered mine from this website and this link goes right to the list of parts for them... If that link doesn't work just search by manufacturer and model from the same site. By the way my rifle says it's a Sears Roebuck & Co and that is what I searched by manufacturer with. I have J.C. Higgins at the top of mine too. Good Luck to us both!

Usually. They may not feed well in semi auto, pump or lever guns. Some will, some won't. But if it will chamber it will shoot.

The J C Higgins model 29 was made by High standard wich was owned by Sears the design was based on a Remington pattent owned by Sears .High Standard made rifles and shotguns for sears only in those days and had little or nothing to do with designs of these guns they simply made guns for Sears. The model 29 evolved from the models 28 and 30 both of which were High Stadanrd designs and the paternt was by High Stadanrd withan assignment of half to Sears. Seasrs paid High Standard to design sever models of rifles, shotguns and revolvers for Sears. Unl;ioek many of the proivate labeled guns sold by Sears which were lgenerally less expensiver versions of extant designs, the High Standard manufactured guns were onky sold by Sears for many years. Teh he patent holder got the model 28/30 was Fred Humeston who also had the patent for the M-1 Carbine from when he was a designer at Winchester.

no. the bolt is push feed with a button ejector and plate extractor vs. a standing blade ejector and mauser style claw extractor in the pre 64's.


You're probably thinking of the Remington Nylon 66. It is very real, and it does shoot. It's a .22 LR semi automatic rifle. A couple variations were made, including variants which feed by a detachable box magazine, and variants which feed by a tubular magazine which is inserted through the rear of the buttstock.

It evolves when you pick your butt and feed it poop!!! No, kiding,you have to get it up to lv 45 and it will evolve into dragonite :) hope this helps

I can sell you my 591 only thing is I don't have the mag if interested my email is

Tentatively, yes, although you should refer to the owner's manual for the manufacturer's stance before doing this. Depending on what action and feed system your rifle is, you may not be able to get .22 Long cartridges to feed from the magazine. However, if your rifle has a tubular magazine, this should not be a problem. Another possible problem to consider if you're using a semi-auto rifle is the possibility of short stroking, which may lead to stovepiping of the spent casing as it is ejected. Only if its bolt,single shot,or lever action.Sorry no Auto-Loaders...

A warm damp washing cloth can be applied to the chicks bottom to loosen the manure. This is a common condition in new chicks. Allowing them to free feed on chick grit may help them to digest the food better and avoid pasty butt.

I to bought glenfield model 60 (old style) that has had the feed throat badly butcherd by an amature G/S. It needs to be replacd with a new one. It will not feed ever again, I figured a new feed throat for such a common rifle would be easy to find. I am having trouble locating new one. Numrich Gun Parts has what it calls a feed throat convertion kit I have tried to get an answer to just what the convertion is that is done to the feed throat, does it come with a new modifide feed throat? What I need is a servicable feed throat.

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