What Is the Age and Value of a JC Higgins Sears Roebuck 12ga Shotgun?

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The JC Higgins 12ga shotgun was made before 1962. It is called the model 20 and it was made by High Standard Arms for Sears. The collector's value is negligible, but it is still worth a few hundred if it's in good shape. It's a quality gun, but you may get the most out of it by using it instead of selling it.
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I understand this particular shotgun is the JC Higgins Model 101.1, which is a store-brand version of the Savage Model 94 single-shot. Values range from $40-100 depending on condition
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It's worth exactly $160. That's how much Sears will pay you in cash when you return the bolt to them. Once you return the bolt, the rest is pretty much worthless. That weapon's defective
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From 1908 until 1961, Sears, Roebuck & Company sold a wide
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A fully functional utility double-barrel shotgun should sell between $150 and $250, depending on condition. Being a 16 gauge will increase the value a bit in some areas of the country
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