Western Field was the name brand used by the Montgomery Ward company for their line of sporting goods including guns. Since Montgomery Ward didn't manufacture guns, they pruchased guns with Western Field markings from several gun manufacturers incuding Winchester, Savage, Mossberg, Marlin, Remington, and Colt, to name a few.
The Western Field model 550C was manufactured by Mossberg for Montgomery Wards.
No. There never was a Western Field company. That was a trade name owned by Montgomery Wards and the guns were made by a variety of manufacturers including Stevens/Savage, Winchester, Mossberg, and others.
Montgomery Wards made the Western Field tents.
The Montgomery Ward Western Field model 712 is a common bolt action rifle. It doesn't have an enormous value of about $200 to $350.
Western Field was a trade name used by Montgomery Ward & Company on their firearms for many years. Guns were made for Montgomery Ward by both domestic and foreign gunmakers..........................
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.
Montgomery Ward and company made my Western Field model sb-100b.
The Montgomery Ward Western Field 16 gauge 550b shotgun is valued at $200 in excellent condition. Fair condition value is $75.
I have a Winchester Model 240W Westernfield "12 ga." (not 20ga.) shotgun. It was a knockoff of the Winchester model 1400, made for Montgomery Wards. I've seen them sell anywhere between $200 and $250 depending on condition.
All my records indicate that FN never made any firearms for Western Field (Montgomery Ward).
The western field (montgomery wards) model 72C was made by mossberg arms company.The mossberg model 472 is the same as a western field model 72C.
Mossberg for Montgomery Wards it is the mossberg 800a
Impossible to answer without the model number of your Western Field shotgun.Please include the overall condition also.
Several manufacturers made Western Field shotguns for Montgomery Wards. You would have to identify the exact model.
Your western field model 72 was made by noble for Montgomery Wards.The noble model 50 is the western field model 72.The firearms are valued at between 60-140 dollars.
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Ithaca did not make any Wards Western Field Shotguns. Most were made by Stevens/Savage or Mossberg.Western Field, the Montgomery Ward brand name, should not be confused with Western Arms Company, a division of Ithaca that made shotguns that appear identical to Ithaca's Lefever Nitro Special from 1929 to 1946.
About half a dozen companies made shotguns for Montgomery Wards through most of the 20th century.
$50-$100, depending on condition. Westernfield was a name used for guns sold by Montgomery Wards stores, and made by companies such as Savage, Mossberg, Marlin, Winchester, etc
The receiver can be located above the lever of the rifle.It is where the barrel is threaded into.the loading gate is located on the right side of the receiver.
200.00 to 300.00 US