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.410 Shotgun

Discussion in 'Rifle Discussion' started by Bovaloe, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. Bovaloe

    Bovaloe Ellensburg, WA Member

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    A friend of mine has an old bolt-action .410 shotgun he got from a family member a long time back. Its a J.C. Higgins Model 101.25 Sears & Roebuck Co.
    Its missing the magazine tube, just has a hole in the stock that if youre not careful loading it the shell will fall out.
    Does anyone have any info on these shotguns? Maybe where he could pick up a magazine tube for a decent price?
     
  2. The Quiet Man

    The Quiet Man rural Washington County, Oregon Active Member

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    According to my old Gun Parts Catalog (Numrich Arms) that shotgun was made by Stevens as their models 39A, and 59A,B,C. My catalog is not current but does have a full blowup of the shotgun along with a complete parts list. You can find them at www.gunpartscorp.com
     
  3. HalfNutz

    HalfNutz Kirkland (Juanita) Member

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    Be careful. I had a J.C HigginsSears 12ga bolt action that was recalled. It was reported that the bolt would fail and shoot straight back into the shooter's face.

    Check for recalls.