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Old 02-13-2013, 05:37 PM   #1
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I'm buying a jc Higgins model 51 chambered in 270. And I would like to get some info about them and if you have one share a pic or too Thanks for your help.
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:54 PM   #2
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A 51?? Sure it is not a 52 or 54??
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A 51?? Sure it is not a 52 or 54??
Ya it a model 51 Mauser action iron sights with a 3-9x40 redfield scooe Paying 700 for it used.
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http://www.chuckhawks.com/j_c_higgins_50.htm

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http://stevespages.com/pdf/jchiggins_51.pdf
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$700.00 is pretty steep. This is a Husqvarna 640, same action.
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$700.00 is pretty steep. This is a Husqvarna 640, same action.

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It might be a Husqvarna? I believe that was stamped on the side. But the guys are saying its a model 51 and it has regular scope mounts unlike yours.
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JC Higgins were sold by Sears & sometimes they used a Sears model number, the 51 was a FN Mauser, that might be your answer right there, here check this out at Hoosier gun works..............

http://www.hoosiergunworks.com/catalog/cross_reference.html
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JC Higgins were sold by Sears & sometimes they used a Sears model number, the 51 was a FN Mauser, that might be your answer right there, here check this out at Hoosier gun works..............

http://www.hoosiergunworks.com/catalog/cross_reference.html
Ok so with it being a FN is it worth the 700 I'm paying?
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Ok so with it being a FN is it worth the 700 I'm paying?
Is it worth it to you ? If not don`t buy it, or haggle with the guy & see what wrings out...............
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Is it worth it to you ? If not don`t buy it, or haggle with the guy & see what wrings out...............
Alright thanks Tom. next time I go make a payment I see if I can get him down some.
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