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what caliber is the ward's western field model 14-SD206a

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Your Montgomery Wards model 37 was made for them by the firm Mossberg and Sons.The Mossberg model 30 and your rifle are one and the same.The Model 30 rifle was made between 1933-1935.



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Your wards westernfield rifle was made by mossberg for montgomery wards.the model designation is mossberg model 45B,or 46MLB.both of these firearms do not hold much value.currently listings are for between 75-150 dollars.


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The Montgomery Wards Western Field model 46C was made for them buy Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 42A and your rifle are one and the same.Mossberg made the model 42A from 1937-1938.



It is a 22 Caliper Short, Long and Long Rifle Bolt Action Rifle, with a clip, that holds about 6 shells. From my understanding, it was based on the Mossberg Model 30, and made by Mossberg for Montgomery Wards. Made between 1933 and 1935.


i know that it was sold by wards , but who make that rifle ?


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