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Most likely the 50-60's

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I am pretty sure the Wards Westernfield Model 53 was made by Iver Johnson. Externally the Model 53 and Iver Johnson Hercules look identical. I believe the Iver Johnson Hercules was made from 1918 to 1936.


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Mossberg made the Wards model 550cd. In fact, they made all of the 500 series shotguns sold by Wards. lcj


We cant verify the SD108 model number, however: The "Hercules" was the trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on shotguns made for the Montgomery Ward Co. Of Chicago. The "Hercules" made for Wards was a copy of the Iver Johnson "Champion" model which is a single shot shotgun with exposed hammer. They were made between 1909 and 1956.


You will need the services of a good gunsmith to get a correct answer. The wards Westernfield was made by Savage and can be in both 12 & 16 gauge. lcj


Manufactured by Iver Johnson or J. Stevens for Montgomery Wards.



The guns Hercules guns made by Stevens and sold by Wards were made around 1910 to 1940



The Western Field SB30A is a version of the Savage Model 520 as made for Montgomery Wards. In typical used condition, about $150. sales@countrygunsmith.net


Your shotgun was made by savage/stevens for montgomery wards(westernfield).


your Wards shotgun was made by Stevens.It is the Stevens model 94B(Tenite).These were made from 1926-1945.There were 934,000 made during this time span.


No. This is a Western field model sold by Montgomery Wards. It was actually made by the Stevens Co. known as the 520 model.


The Noble firearms company made this shotgun.It was the Noble model 50.


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Your western field model 550AD was made by mossberg for montgomery wards.These shotguns were the same model number for mossberg ,as for montgomery wards.


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Your rifle was made for Montgomery Wards by Springfield, and is a Springfield model 85. They were made from 1939 to 1948.


The Hercules shotgun was made by Iver Johnson (not Stevens, which is a totally different company) from 1918-1943, although the Hercules name was dropped in the late 30's.


Your westernfield model 550Al was made by mossberg for the montgomery wards co.(westernfield).These shotguns are still being made and are quite popular.I would check at mossberg,s site.The model designation for your wards shotgun made by mossberg is the mossberg model 500.


Pre WW2 bolt action shotgun made by Mossberg for Montgomery Wards. sales@countrygunsmith.net


Your wards Westernfield model 30 was made for Montgomery Wards by the stevens Firearm company.The Stevens model 520 and yours are the same firearm.These shotguns were made from 1936-1942.


Your western field model 35 was made for montgomery wards by mossberg.There model number is the mossberg model 30.If you can locate the breakdown of the mossberg model 30,you are in business.I would write,or e-mail mossberg.



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