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How is the age of a western field 12 gauge single shot shotgun by Montgomery wards determined?

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2005-10-20 19:11:56
2005-10-20 19:11:56

About the only thing certain is if it has no serial number it was made in 1968 or earlier. If it has a serial number it MAY have been made later, or maybe not. If you have a model number, most can be cross-referenced to the actual manufacturer's model and sometimes this will lead to an approximate (+/- 20 years) date of manufacture.

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