J. C. Higgins model 50

Discussion in 'Rifle ID & Value' started by Anonymous, Jul 28, 2004.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I have a friend who wants to know the value of his rifle. It is a J.C. Higgins model 50 (30.06). He said it was made in the 40s and sold by Sears/Roebuck. Thanks
     
  2. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    The Blue Book shows a J.C.Higgins Model 52 (A Sako L46) but no Model 50. It also Shows a Sears Model 53 (Winchester M70) but no Model 50.

    Where's Marland when you need him?

    #$%$%#!@$$% forgot to log in again, and I ain't gonna re-enter it all.

    wwb
     

  3. MarlandS

    MarlandS Well-Known Member

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    HAHAHAHA WWB ;)

    I'm betting your rifle was made by FN in Belgium. It's based on the 98 Mauser, only difference between it and other commercial Mausers would be it doesn't have the loading notch in the left receiver wall.

    Would the numbers after the Model 50 be 583.96? Would it look like this? http://www.gunsamerica.com/guns/976444448.htm