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Sears/JC Higgins .22 cal. semi-auto pistol model 1936

April 23 2009 at 10:25 AM
Marty  (Login cubye)

I discovered a Sears co2 .22 cal pistol in the original Sears box recently that belonged to my step-father. Model is a 1936, inside the box are the instructions stating J.C. Higgins, model 126.19360. I tried to search for this pistol on the forum but seem to come up with a lot of rifles. Anyone have any info and/or value for this pistol? Thanks in advance.

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(Login JBJenkins)
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Crosman Model 600

April 23 2009, 11:25 AM 

Crosman made a version of their Model 600 pistol for Sears to sell. The only difference is the markings on the gun.

The Sears version is desirable to collectors and is rare to find with the original box.

To the right person you are talking $250-400 (in the higher grade conditions)

I sold one without a box for $300 about two years ago. Given that, the market does seem a bit soft right now and I see standard Crosman Model 600 pistols NOT selling at their asking prices of $175 (unboxed.)

If your Sears version is in excellent or better condition it would increase your chances of it selling in this market.

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April 23 2009, 11:57 AM 

Thanks for your response. Any thoughts on where to sell this item?

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(Login JBJenkins)
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online auctions or right here in the for sale section

April 23 2009, 2:54 PM 





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This message has been edited by JBJenkins on Apr 23, 2009 3:49 PM

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THank you Marty!!!!

May 16 2009, 9:58 AM 

The gun is just beautiful! This is probably the best one I have ever seen, I can't find a thing wrong with it. I shot it yesterday and it shoots in the 390's FPS.

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