J. C. Higgins Model 10318 a.k.a. Marlin Model 100

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J. C. Higgins Model 10318 a.k.a. Marlin Model 100

Post by Docs150 on Sat Mar 20, 2010 11:28 am

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J. C. Higgins Model 10318 a.k.a. Marlin 100

Post by Docs150 on Sat Mar 20, 2010 11:40 am

I put this in Long Guns until I thought of this section. These .22S,.22L, .22LR bolt actions were last built in 1959. i have one in good condition far as barrel etc. Some patina/surface rust but otherwise good. It is missing the piece where the bolt 'handle' screws through and as such will not lock closed. It can fire but 'not safe' and will spit powder etc. out. I have checked with the big three...Numrich(they have only a used barrel), Brownells etc. Even called Marlin. Any ideas someone? I would like to add it back to my rimfire shooters.

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Re: J. C. Higgins Model 10318 a.k.a. Marlin Model 100

Post by msredneck on Sat Mar 20, 2010 11:41 am

Go see Billy Tierce in Utica. See gunsmiths sticky

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