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Age and value of a Western Field shotgun?

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2012-04-08 20:18:02
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Your question cannot be answered without you providing the model number of your Western Field shotgun.This will be needed to identify what type of shotgun you have and who made this firearm for Montgomery Wards(Western Field).

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This shotgun is a mossberg model 85. made between 1934-1937. dont know value.

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The number that you listed for your Western Field shotgun is the serial number,not the model number.We would need the model number to give you some idea of the age of your shotgun.

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made by savage model 520 made from 1912-32 they made 191,000

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Your Western field shotgun is a Mossberg model 385K shotgun that was made for the Montgomery Wards company by Mossberg and sons.The model 385K shotgun was produced from 1960-1986,These bolt action shotguns are valued at between 75-110 dollars,for a gun with between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining and a good bore.

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my husband has the exact shotgun, he received it as a gift 50 years ago.

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Your Western Field model 175a was made by O.F. Mossberg and sons for Montgomery Wards(Western Field).The Mossberg model 385K is the same firearm as your western field model 175a.These were made by mossberg from 1960-1985.their value ranges in price from 75-110 dollars based on your bolt action shotgun having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.

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The western field model 172B was made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by the firm Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 395K and your shotgun are one and the same.The Mossberg model 395K was made from 1963-1983.

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Your western field shotgun was made by mossberg.This mossberg model 500B is not that old having been made from 1962-1998.At this time If you can find out when Montgomery wards went out of busines(house name for western field) and go back to 1962 you will have some idea of the age of your shotgun.

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I don't know but I have one too with serial U116679 would like to know the age also

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Your shotgun was made for montgomery wards hence the name western field,by stevens.The model designation for your shotgun from stevens was the model 520.These stevens model 520 shotguns were made from 1912-1932 with a total production of 191,000 guns.

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A Western Field 30 is actually made by Stevens as the model 520. Serial number dating was never kept on the Stevens model 520. They were made by Stevens between 1912 and 1932. Value is typically a shooting value between $100-200 depending on condition.

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That question cannot be answered unless the model number of your shotgun is included in your question.

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As of tonight, my Internet searches have shown my dad's gun to be worth $80-100.


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