Sears Roebuck & Co sold the model 43-103.19811 , .22 cal , rimfire , SL / LR , tube feed , bolt action - the rifle was manufactured byCo.
Most of thses were made by Marlin under there Model 80 series
I believe your rifle is a Marlin Model 80 made for Sears.
Its probably a marlin model 80,some were also made by winchester.
Made by Marlin....same as the Marlin Model 80
The Ranger model 103-8 is a Sears rifle that was made between 1936 and 1941. The gun generally has a horse or horse head etched or stamped on it.
22 rifle made by J.C Higgins Model 31 sold by sears what is it worth
Your rifle was made for Sears by Marlin- it is their model 81- a popular rifle. Parts may be available on their website from gunpartscorp, or any good gunsmith.
The j.c. higgins model 103.228 was made in the early 1950s. Most likely in 1950 as the 103.229 model was made in 1951.
Sears & Roebuck It was made in 1979
The Gambles 103 is a Savage 30.
Marlin model 81. Value, $75-$130; Good to excellent.
Where can you locate a parts breakdown and availability for a Sears mod. 42-103-2840-22 caliber rifle?
Your rifle is a Marlin Mdl 81. The proper model from sears is 103.19811 Unfortunately there were two different bolts used- old style/ new style- and they will not interchange. You will need to check with a gunsmith, but cost is about half the value of your rifle.
The Ranger model 103-8 cross references to be a marlin model 100. You can get parts for the rifle at gunpartscorp.com. Their website will have a cross reference chart and everything you need. You will have to cross to the Sears 103-8, because they were made under contract.
It was made by Marlin . Starting in 1953.. The Marlin equivelent is their model 101
103 is the Sears vendor code fo Marlin firearms
The Ranger .22LR 103-13 that was sold through Sears was actually a Marlin model 81. It was made between 1937 and 1939.
Marlin made them for Sears.
According to S.P. Fjestad, 1996 issue, the Marlin Model 81 was made from 1937 to 1940. In another answer on this site it lists the Model 43-103-2850 22 cal. as having been made by Marlin, Model 81.
Take it to a gunsmith for proper identification. Marlin made a Ranger model 103 over and under. Sears Ranger 103 O/U was the Marlin Model 90 O/U. Sears sold them under the Ranger name prior to WWII and as the JC Higgins after WWII.
The J C Higgins model 41 /103 19770 Was made by Marlin Firearms.1959 .103 is the Sears vendor code for Marlin .The model 41 is the same as the the Marlin Glenfield model 10. These are very nice little rifles that are well known for accuracy.
103.-- on a Sears Roebuck gun indicates manufacture by Marlin. I don't find a 103.7, but 103.72 and 103.74 are listed as Marlin Model 59. Brophy in his book, Marlin Firearms, a history of the guns and the Company that made them, published in 1989 by Stackpole Books, lists the Sears Ranger 103-7 as a 16 ga. Marlin Model 90 O/U shotgun.
The model 41 was made by Marlin it was a Glenfield model10 103 is the sears vender code for Marlin Try Numrich arms in West Hurley NY lists most parts for this rifle
Proofhouse.com has a store brand chart. Ranger was a name that Sears branded on firearms made for them by other companies. Sears Ranger O/U shotguns were made by Marlin. When introduced in 1937 and prior to WWII Sears used the Ranger name and JC HIggins after the war. They were sold by Marlin as the Model 90. The 103 was used by Sears to designate guns made by Marlin with the number after a period or dash indicating the particular model.
I am very versed in Winchester firearms,and I have never heard of the ranger model 103-2 before.I you sure that your 22cal rifle is a Winchester.