Jack First Inc 1201 Turbine Dr. Rapid City SD 57703 605-343-9544 has an excellent 2 volume parts catalog that shows this model Over the years, the NRA has published books diagramming the parts of many different firearms. Their website is at www.nra.org/ . If you are a member, keep an eye on the ads in the magazine. They frequently list sources of NRA publications. Diagrams are available at www.histandard.info The J.C. Higgins is a High Standard Mod. 200 The High Standard model 200 appeared well after the High Standard manufactured J. C. Higgins Model 20 had evolved into the Model 21 and while there are some common parts, they are not the same shotgun. ANSWERhttp://www.e-gunparts.com/products.asp?chrMasterModel=0780z20&MC=
My cross-reference list says this is actually a Harrington & Richardson Model 120. Sears Roebuck sold firearms with the J.C. Higgins brand name from the 1940's into the 1960's or later.
H&R only produced the Model 120 during 1941 and 1942.
The Sears J. C. Higgins 583.14 was manufactured by The High Standard manufacturing Corp. in the later 1940's or early 1950's
James - The J.C.Higgins name was used by Sears Roebuck from 1946 to 1962. Your 16 gauge was made by Marlin, the .410 by Harrington & Richardson, and the .22 by Savage/Stevens. Assuming all guns are fully functional but not in like-new condition, they are worth about $80, $150, and $100.
Your rifle was made by Marlin (their Model 101) for Sears. First produced in 1951, it has been discontinued. If yours does not have a serial number, it was made prior to the 1968 Gun Control Act.
Sears has a recall on some of their J C Higgins 12 ga and they will send you $165 just for the bolt if it is a bolt action shotgun. I had one and that's what they sent me.
I can tell you that the pump guns are a very close "copy" of the very fine Remington model 31's and are a joy to use. One of the smoothest pumps ever made. Very good quality and available for very little money on the used market $100 to $200 dollars will buy most of them, the J.C. Higgins version (model 20) made for Sears is also a sleeper
gunpartscorp.com You can also search for Marlin model 80 parts seeing as how the J.C. Higgins is a clone of the model 80 and Marlin is easier to get parts for. I got a model 80 elevation key for the rear sight from the sight and looked and fit exactly the same as the old one I lost off my J.C.
You can find it on the Crosman web page. The JC Higgins model 180 was made by Crosman Air guns.
See the link below
Raise the bolt to the unlocked position, then pull the trigger while removing the bolt. That makes no sense. The Model 60 is a semiautomatic firearm, not a bolt-action. The old style Model 60 used the operating handle as a bolt hold-open. Pull the bolt about 3/4 way to the rear and push in on the bolt handle to lock it open. Pull the bolt handle back out and the bolt will be released to run forward. Newer Model 60's have a bolt release lever that extends down through the trigger guard.
the model 36 is the last in the line of auto-loading .22 rifles. in good condition the value is only around 75.00. grab a book or check a website and find out what the condition actually is. like most older things that are collected there is a standard chart for determining condition as accepted by most buyers. your "pretty good" condition may be an excellent condition and then the value will increase to as much as 175.00 depending on your area.
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I own a 1926 Parker Bros shot gun, ser# 219203. It is in excellent condition. A distinguishing charicturistic is a steel shield/badge inlain on the under side of the stock. I am looking for a value on the weapon G. Karambellas email@example.com
The J.C. Higgins trade name was used by Sears, Roebuck & Company of Chicago from 1946 to 1962 on firearms and other sporting goods.
Arms bearing this tradename were manufactured by a variety of American gunmakers.
The 16 gauge was made by Marlin, the .410 by Harrington & Richardson. The .22 by Savage/Stevens. Assuming all guns are fully functional but not in like-new condition, they are worth about $80, $150, and $100.
583 on a Sears Roebuck gun means it was manufactured by Hi Standard. Bolt action shotguns aren't very popular, so I would say it is worth no more than $100.
A single shot bolt action 20 gauge might be worth around 65-75 dollars in good shape.
According to SearsArchives.com answering "Was J.C. Higgins a real person?":
"As a matter of fact, he was. John Higgins began his career at Sears in 1898. He worked his way up the corporate ladder to take charge of the headquarters office bookkeepers before retiring in 1930. He died in 1950. During discussions of possible brand names for a new line of Sears sporting goods, Higgins� name was proposed. He gave his consent and, because he had no middle name, the "C" was added for effect. As far as we can determine, the J.C. Higgins name first appeared on baseballs and gloves in the 1908 catalog." some one is mistaken the 583 code on jc Higgins House brand every one seems to think it means High standard taht is simply not the case all of the JC Higgins guns made buy Sears at that time Sears owned High standard how Ever all ot shotguns 583 1 to 583 12 were made by Harrington & Richardson Arms Co. For Sears /High standard Sears had bought the right to the gun from H&R That is why you will not see the model 10 bolt action in the sears catalog till 1949 The model 10 is even listed by High standard collectors as a High standard model How Ever it was not It was a Sears model sears owned in fact it was one only hand full of orphan guns that are actually real sears guns So back to 583 That originally meant sears and roebuck house brand product made in house all other guns were vender gun and had vender ID 103 meant marlin 101 meant savage /Stevens Vendors sold Sears the same product they sold for them selves with exception that every thing they sold Sears had the Sears name on it But with High standard they were not allowed to sell their shotguns some of there hand guns to any body but Sears Sears controled some of the product it was not until the late 50s and early 60s that high standard ability to sell their own shotguns and 22 rifles Here is Sears answer on old product manuals: http://www.searsarchives.com/products/questions/manuals.htm
JC Higgins Sporting goods line ran from 1908 to 1961 replaced Ted Williams line
The value is totally dependent on condition, as are most things. I just picked up a real nice model 29 for $65, which was a steal, in the good to very good condition it is in it is worth $100-175.
You can find these rifles anywhere from $60 all the way up to about $200, again, totally dependent on condition.
Hi, I have one that I inherited and wouldn't take anything for it. Mine has a 4X Weaver scope on it and is a blast to shoot. So value is a personal thing. If not sentimental, probably no more than $150.00 in perfect shape or whatever the top bid is at an auction.
there are several places that repair older air rifles. Higgins model 126.19310 is really a Crosman Model 180. Crosman offers a service to locate repair shops that repair older Crosman airgun. See the link below
Pyramydair.com carries ALOT guns and parts.
Most if not all of the J. C. Higgins pistols were made by High Standard.
There is a web site that claims the JC Higgins model 88 22cal revolver was made in the 1960's 1980's for Sears & Roebuck. And also there were a couple of sites that list the price for this gun between $25 and $75 all the way to $150.
As far as the date, however, another WikiAnswers visitor says he bought a new Model 88 in the spring of 1953 as a household gun and still has it in the original box along with all of the documentation on the revolver that came in the box. It was bought at Sears in Wichita, Kansas.
The first guns shipped in February 1955 1953 is too soon The original assembly drawing is dated June 1954.AnswerI have a J.C Higgns 88. 9 shot,long barrel 22. I traded for this revolver in 1960. I thought and still do believe it had some age on it at the time. I would like to the date it was made. There is some more numbers on. 583 880 on left side and 20135 on the other side.
20,135 woukd have been shiped in late 1955
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org if anyone has any thoughts.AnswerThe 583 prefix on a Sears gun indicates manufacture by either Hi Standard or Harrington and Richardson.
The 583 revolvers were all High Standard manufacture.1957 or earlierThe first time I was ever exposed to firearms was when I was five years old. My father took me along when he and a friend went out to shoot. I stayed in the car because the noise frightened me. I still have the gun my dad was shooting that day -- a JC Higgins Model 88. The year would have been 1957, so the model 88 goes back at least that far. these revolvers were made by High standard wich was owned by Sears in thouse days this madle was the first revolver made by High standard and at that time exclusive Sears product. It was first introduced in 1955 and was made until 1962 .High standard eventually sold this revolver on their own around 1957 they called it the sentinel revolver These guns are of very high quality and excellent shooters a J C Higgins Model 88 in excellent cond . is on a par with better quality 22 revolvers and usually sell for several hundred dollars.
It was not an exclusive seras product.. Serial number 1 went to Sears and serial number 2 was sold with the High Stadanrd brand. Sears only owned 30% of the High Standard commmon stock It was sold through the end of 1963 and those not sold were returned to High Stadnard and remarked to remove the Sears connection.
Yes this is the number.
your gun was made 1952 .these are very nice shooters in 20 gauge in good shape it will be fine shooter. As far as value its worth about 100 dollars. But as a shooter its worth more than that .As few guns today are as well made, and very few of the new stuff out there will shoot as good or be more practical. These guns are old fashioned classics from your Grandfathers Day
I have found them listed on the net for $100.00 - $160.00. All of these have been without the standard 4x scope. I purchased one at auction last night for $165.00 with scope in good condition. Kind of missed the one my dad had when I was a kid. Make sure the internal sling is ther and in working order, an inovation not seen on many rifles and a hell of a good idea.
a J.C. Higgins Model 20 12 Gauge pump shotgun.. it would probably be worth $100 - $200 in very good condition.. i bought a 1962 model 20 12 gauge from a friend of the family who is a gunsmith for $300. it was his personal shotgun that he had for over 40 years, bought new, was made in America before sears started outsourcing their labor, and was in PRISTINE CONDITION..
I'm not saying yours is worth $300, i only paid that because i knew who owned it, i knew that it was in perfect shape, both working condition and there was no scratch or wear spots on the entire thing. i only forked that much out after shooting my dads Remington 870 and comparing the Higgins to it.. with the muzzle break and separated choke, there is so much less recoil on the Higgins compared to the 870.. when you're competitively shooting (and hunting, too) the less recoil there is means you can set up your second shot much faster and more accurately.
the value of your shotgun is the value of its operational condition, with the aesthetics playing a very small part.
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