Mossberg made that shotgun for Montgomery Ward's Western Field fun line. It was the Model 185 in Mossberg shotgun line.
who made montgomery wards bolt action 20 ga shotgun with a clip.
Your westernfield model 172B shotgun was made by mossberg.There model designation was model 395K.
You will need to list the model number of your western Field shotgun,and then I can cross reference the model number to the maker of your shotgun.
Your shotgun was made by the firm Mossburg and Sons.The Mossberg model 550AB is the same as your shotgun.
The value of a Wards Western Field model 14-SD206A bolt action 410 shotgun would depend on it's upkeep. The condition would be highly important in determining it's value.
Mossberg, it is their M#85 ( I'm assuming that this is a bolt action shotgun).
A" designates single shot.
The value of a Western Field model 37 EMJ shotgun will vary depending on the condition. The prices start at an estimated $225.00.
The Western Field model 30 shotgun is a Stevens model 520 shotgun that was made for Montgomery Wards.The value of a Stevens model 520 slide action shotgun is between 75-120 dollars on today,s market.
Mossberg and sons is the manufacturer of your western field model M550ABD,shotgun.The Mossberg model 500 is the same shotgun.
Mossberg, It's the same as a Mossberg 385K
50-110 dollars,depending on condition.
Your Western Field model SB-312 double barrel shotgun was made for Montgomery Wards(western field) by the savage arms company.The Savage model 540D shotgun is the same shotgun as yours.If you go to the savage web site they may have more info on this model?
Your western field shotgun was made by Stevens and there model number was the model 520.these are going for 75-180 dollars.
your Western field model 60 shotgun was made by Savage arms for Montgomery Wards(western Field).The Savage model 620A and your shotgun are one and the same.If you go to Savage arms home page,they may be able to say when the model 620A shotgun was produced.
A Western Field Mod 30 is a Savage Mod 520 Model 30 (based on Stevens/Savage 520) was a pump action shotgun and came in 12 and 16 gauge, but NOT 20 gauge or .410 gauge. Model 30 (based on Kessler model 30C) was a bolt action shotgun and also only came in 12 and 16 gauge. There is some confusion about model 30 Western Fields because there were two very different variations, both pump and bolt action types. If your Western Field shotgun only has "model 30" stamped on it, with no other alpha-numeric designation such as 25EKN or SB526, then it is likely a pump action 12 gauge.
Most used Western Field pump guns will bring $100-$250 depending on condition and model/style.
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.
I suspect it is a Noble pump action model 60 or 66.
It is the same as the Kessler 128 manufactured between 1951-1953.
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.