Yesbut check for a rifled barrel rifled barrels will make a slug more accurate
If it is a Mossberg, it was made by Mossberg. They did make guns for a number of "store brands".
Check with Mossberg customer service for a definitive answer.
It would cost 9200 pounds
A cooper makes barrels.
Coopers make barrels.
Sorry- there was than one model 335. One by Marlin, one by Springfield. A 3rd by Mossberg is not impossible- they did make many of the Western Auto guns.
Pistol barrels range from 2" to 12", and almost every increment in between. Longer barrels increase accuracy, shorter barrels make for more compactness.
According to "Parker Guns, The Old Reliable" by Ed Muderlak, Parker in 1937 at least one pair of Shotguns on a No. 1/2 frame. Each of the guns were fitted with both 12 & 20 gauge barrels. Each of the barrels were 24 inches. I have no record of the 8/10 interchangeable barrels but I do know that Parker had many request for a 10/12 combination for which they refused because of the extra metal needed to fit the two barrels at the breech, thereby making the gun one to two pounds heavier.
Best left to a qualified gunsmith
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Mossberg DID make the western field m172a. Western field is just a hardware store brand name, the same as Sears had alot of firearms made by Winchester, High Standard, Mossberg etc.... under the name of Ted Williams, JC Higgins, etc...
You will have to replace the butt stock.
It was made by mossberg or savage for montgomery ward. I'm guessing the m means it was made by mossberg and if it doesn't have a serial number it is pre 1968 because mossberg didn't put serial numbers on their long guns pre that date.
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The responsibility of the cooper was to make buckets, barrels, and tubs.
Coopers still exist - they make barrels.
From his name, he may make barrels.