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Old 03-07-2010, 06:09 PM   #31
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...as far as i know thats not very common.
I wish more bolt actions were tube fed. I, personally, like the advantage of being able to load all those shells at one time. Although, the magazine does have its advantages as well.
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Old 03-08-2010, 01:24 AM   #32
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Do you remember if it was a Bolt-action or If It was a Semi-auto with the ability to act like a Bolt action? My Sisters .22 has a front sight just like that, was made sometime in the 60's or early 70's.It had a Plastic stock... I forget exactly what Brand it was and any pics of it would betray the search becuz We had to swap the stocks becuz the plastic was breaking..
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Old 03-08-2010, 03:44 PM   #33
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The Savage 6A, and all of its mutations were like that. You could lock the bolt and use it like a bolt action. I have one, and the brother to it, a 7A mutation. And I have never had one jam, ever. Great old gun.
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Old 03-09-2010, 02:29 AM   #34
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Ok, I just checked the Type of my Sisters .22. On the Barrel it says
" J.C. Higgins Model 101 16
Sears,RoeBuck & Company", Then In another pace.

Pics of the Orginial Rifle can be found here- JoeSalter.com - Details for Sears-J.C. Higgins M. 101-16 Semi Auto Rifle

Good Luck in your Search and I hope this helps you somehow..
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Someone pitch in & correct me if I am wrong.
I believe that your Sears, J.C. Higgins was made by Stevens, & is like the Stevens Mod. 87. Parts are available. Good shooters !

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Old 03-09-2010, 03:48 PM   #36
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I believe the J. C. Higgins firearms were carried by Sears, and were manufactured by all sorts of different gun makers, including Savage/Springfield/Stevens, Winchester, Mossberg, etc..
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Remington, mossberg, higgins, and many others have made tube feed bolt actions.
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Judging by the Ft. sight and the tube it looks like a Savage Model 5
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Not many bolt action with tube magazines? You must not be very old. When I was younger darn near every bolt action 22 had a tube magazine.

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That's the only one I have now. A Stevens 46. No idea how old it is, but it doesn't have a S/N so it's at LEAST older than the GCA-1968. Savage, Stevens, Marlin, Remington, Winchester, Sears, Penny's, Woolworths/Wilco, Western Auto and any number of other manufacturers/retailers had them.
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I posted the make and model for the rifle pictured. If I am wrong, I accept it. In 35 years of gunsmithing I have never seen this stock and action design made by Remington or any other Co. Marlin Glanfield and later Glanfield marked on the barrels. Some were stocked with checkered and some had leaves and such.
I will try to attach a picture of the same rifle (not mine) I found in some pictures.
Hope this helps.
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