F.N. Mauser, 1950 or so.
High Standard made all but the FN Action and the plastic parts
The model J C Higgins model 50 was built by High Standard using the FN Mauser action made in Belgium. It was available in 2 calibers, the .30-06 and .270. The J C Higgins model 51 was the same rifle except it had a stock that had a cheek piece and checkering. All of the model 50 & 51 rifles that I have and have had, shot very well.
Made in the 1950s. There is a safety recall on the model 583.13 through 583.22. These are unsafe to fire. Sears will provide a $50 gift card in return for sending in the bolt.
in good condition about 50 to 75 bucks made by Marlin early 50s
Check out the linked article for your answer...pretty good article on the JC Higgins model 50 in the .270 gauge. http://www.gunsandammomag.com/classics/ct0407/ Good article with some techinical errors http://www.histandard.info/PDF/Sears%20CF%20Rifles.pdf
Some parts are available from Numrich: www.egunparts.com.
Exact year cannot be determined from data given. 583.91 is not a serial number, but a Sears model number.
Any where from $50 to $125 depending on condition.
Go here - http://www.chuckhawks.com/j_c_higgins_50.htm
Your rifle was made by Savage/ Stevens/ Springfield. Depending on condition, they sell for around $125.
Made by Marlin for Sears, and is basically the Marlin Model 101. Worth about $50-$75 in very good condition. www.countrygunsmith.net
No- made prior to 1968. There is a safety recall on those guns- unsafe to shoot. Sears will trade you the bolt for a $50 gift card.
J.C. Higgins model 153.17 shotguns were manufactured in the 1950's, making them approximately 60 years old. The price can range from $50 to $300 depending on the item condition.
A JC Higgins model 50 58395 in excellent cond.will bring between 300to 400 dollars maybe more depending who wants it. These are very good high quality rifles.
Less than $50, typically.
It was built with a commercial 98 Mauser action.
The first year of production for the Winchester model 50 was 1954.These firearms were made from 1954-1962.
Safety recall- unsafe to shoot. Sears will give you a $50 gift card for the bolt.
They were made by High Standard Company back in the latest 50's early 60's to be sell exclusively at Sears Department Stores.
The receivers were manufactured on a modified Mauser action by Fabrique Nationale of Belgium. The Model 50 was made between 1951 and 1959 for Sears, Roebuck and Co. The chrome lined barrels were were manufactured by by High Standard. The most common calibers are 270 Winchester and 30-06 Springfield.
50-150 USD depending on condition.
$50-$100, depending on condition.
$50. Safety recall on these. Contact Sears. They will trade you a $50 gift card for the bolt from the gun.
The J C Higgins Model 20 was made by Sears / High Standard . Sears owned High Standard in those days. .Sears also held all the rights to manufacture it . It is a true Sears gun. It was the No.1 selling pump action in the 50's try Numrich gun parts West Hurley NY. That is a High Standard Model 200
With the serial number provided,your Winchester model 50 shotgun was made in the year 1955.
Hello: The question of value of any firearm is contingent upon condition. If you've a Model 50 in very nice condition, it should bring $350 to 450 (US). Also, for your edification, the Model 50 was not a product of Browning, but rather Fabrique Nationale (FN). I believe the Model 53 was made by Husqvarna. These firearms were manufactured in the early '50s. I hope this information will be of some assistance to you. Sincerely: theboyd The models 50 and 51 were manufactrueeby High Stadanrd using a FN manufactuerrds Mauser action. Teh Model 51-L wa made by High Standard usitn a HVA manufactrued action. Teh model 52 was made by High Standard using a Sako action. the model 53 was manufactured by Winchedter.