My dryer stopped working last summer, it was only a few years old. Turned out to be a burned out heating element, was pretty cheap to replace. But it was going to take a week to get it shipped, so I drove up to the Sears parts center in New Brunswick. What a bizarre place, it was just about all that was left in an abandoned shopping mall with grass growing through the cracks in the pavement. They were still using PC based cash registers with green CRT screens.
The double is probably a Savage/Stevens. Sears had contracts with all the major manufacturers.Scott I have a JC Higgins double, cant say I have vintage ammo though! I also have another blast from the past that was purchased at Sears by my father I believe, its a Harrington and Richardson singe shot 12ga
We kids spent hours pouring over the Christmas Wish Book back in the 60's and 70's.
My most prized gun, mainly for sentimental reasons. It was my father's Sears J.C Higgins Model 60 semi-auto purchased from Sears in Camden in 1957. Killed my first duck with it. The gun still functions flawlessly and is built like a tank. High Standard made these for Sears. I still have a full box of Sears 00 Buck for it too.