The sears bolt actions were made under contract by Savage, Mossberg, and Marlin. You can order a catalog from Gun Parts Corp. and cross refrence your sears model No. for the manufactor According to the highstandard.info web site, J.C. Higgins made a lot of these for Sears ... check your modek number against this matrix ... http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/micro_stories.pl?ACCT=116376&TICK=SEARS&STORY=/www/story/03-06-1999/0000884021&EDATE=Mar+5,+1999 My mistake, I put up a link to a recall for the Higgins bolt action. This is the model matrix ... http://www.histandard.info/manuals/sears/bashotguns/index.html
If your Ranger is a bolt action .22, it is likely a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.
The 282 is the Winchester model 521 made for sears
Made by Savage for Sears.
Most of thses were made by Marlin under there Model 80 series
Savage. It is their model 340.
Made by Savage for Sears. We still have magazines available.
the model 101.5410 is made by sears, roebuck and co.
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...
The JC Higgins 583.16 is a bolt-action 12ga shotgun made for Sears by High Standard in 1948/1949.
Made for Sears by Savage. We carry 5 and 10rd magazines. www.countrygunsmith.net
It was made by Marlin and is a pre-war version of the Model 80.
Sears didn't make guns - they sold guns marked "Sears" which were made for them by many different manufacturers. Most bolt action shotguns were made by Mossburg.
They started pruduction in 1967 I believe.
I have a sears and roebuck bolt action 12gauge model 58 and numerich arms says the gun was manufactured in 1949
My friend has a Sears and Robuck .22 bolt action single shot. We don't know the model or year it was made. Could it be a model 34?
The JC Higgins 583.24 is a bolt-action shotgun made by High Standard for Sears in 1954/1955. It should have an adjustable choke. Value on bolt-action shotguns is minimal, around $100-$125.
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.
Winchester made a lot of them although not all. Compare it to a Winchester Model 70.
your gun is a model 10, 12 gauge bolt action repeating shotgun made by Sears/High Standard in 1948 Probably during the period of 1948 through 1952.
The book: "Marlin Firearms: A History of the Guns and the Company That Made Them" states their model 122 auto-safe .22 single shot bolt action was made from 1962 thru 1965, and that 5648 were made in that time frame. The model 122 is the same as Sears models 103.274, 103.275, and 103.2751.
Sears branded guns were made by many different manufacturers. You would have to figure out who made it and what model that is from that manufacturer. One of the best parts sources for older guns is the Numrich company.
Your .22cal bolt action rifle was made by mossberg.The model number is mossberg model 45A.