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'Arrowhead' .22 Rifle

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by CountryGunsmith, Mar 2, 2003.

  1. CountryGunsmith

    CountryGunsmith Guest

    Jan 29, 2003
    Posts: 1
    (12/22/02 10:11:29 pm)
    Reply | Edit | Del All ID this rifle ?
    I just acquired an older .22 rimfire rifle from a friend. It is a single shot, bolt action that you must pull a knob at the back of the bolt to arm. It is marked >>>ARROWHEAD>>>22 S- L- LR coast to coast stores.

    Can anyone tell me any history on this gun? Was it made for a store chain? By whom?

    *TFF Staff*
    Posts: 5592
    (12/23/02 12:20:46 am)
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    Re: ID this rifle ?
    Welcome to TFF. My cross referance list shows that Savave, Marlin, Mossberg, Springfield, and Stevens all made rifles for Coast to Coast.

    Really need a model number to narrow it down. I show nothing under the name Arrow.

    Maybe someone else around here knows the Arrow name.
    In 49 states ignorance is a crime.In the other one it is bliss.

    *TFF Senior Staff*
    Posts: 3292
    (12/23/02 8:56:53 am)
    Reply | Edit | Del Re: ID this rifle ?
    Hi Iwin517.....and welcome to TFF

    Could be any one of a number of pull-hammer single shot .22s.......Marlin 100, Savage '04 or '05, or a whole bunch Stevens-Springfields.

    If you can post a picture, we can probably ID your rifle.

    In most cases, pull-hammer single shot rifles were lowpriced, entry level guns, and don't have great $$$ value.
  2. troutned

    troutned New Member

    Jul 30, 2014
    Here we are years later. Came across this thread while looking for info on the Coast to Coast Arrowhead, too. I finally found out that it is actually a Marlin model 100. I just happened across the right exploded diagram, and there it was. It looks like this same gun has also been sold as a Sears model 103.8 and a J.C. Higgins model 103.18. Hopefully this info is of some use to someone else down the road.
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2014

  3. gdmoody

    gdmoody Full Time Moderator Moderator Supporting Member

    Sep 7, 2007
    Athens, Georgia
    Yeah, 11 years later, that is almost a record on old threads. Hopefully someone will need that info!
  4. Fatstrat

    Fatstrat Well-Known Member

    Apr 17, 2003
    I'm sure it will come in handy someday. I for one am happy you posted it. I love to increase my firearms knowledge. Thanks.