Hi, I happen to be refinishing the stock on this same rifle. My Mother had it in the house as long as I can remember. She said that my Father had bought it for her the year after they were married. That was 1943. This of course would make it a least 61 years. I have noticed that there are 2 tapped holes on the left side behind the chamber. A possible scope mount? Does anyone know if there was a side mount availble for this rifle. . ESVA
mine also has two holes on the left side which i have always asumed were for a scope, but the rifles was given to my father from a friend long ago so i have no idea
Mine has a Wards model 93m scope and bolt on mount--kind of an old school long & skinny 4 power tube.HeadlineI too have a Wards scope on mine. The mount reads WARDS 93M 2129A and the scope is a Western Field 4X15 60-1203.
I have one that used to be my grandfather's, I believe he said it was made in 1938 or '39. It may be a Springfield model 87, but I get confused easily.
From what I can find out it was made by Mossberg and is the same as the Mossberg model 20 and 21.
Your rifle was made by the Mossberg firearms company,there model 353 is the Western field model 855a rifle.These rifles were produced by Mossberg from 1972-1985.
Your Western Field model 768 was made by mossberg for the Mongomery Wards company(Western Field).The mossberg model 800A is the same rifle as yours.
your rifle was produced by mossberg.There model number is 472 PRA.
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.
The western field model 72 rifle was made by noble for montgomery wards.These were the noble model 50 rifle.
The mossberg model 45A is the same gun as the western field model 47.
need value of western field model 880a-ech 22 long rifle
Your Western Field model 37 bolt action rifle was made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 30 and your rifle are one and the same.The Mossberg model 30 single shot .22cal rifle was made from 1933-1935.
Please relist your question.I am confused if you are asking about a model 270 Western Field,or are you asking about a rifle chambered in 270Win.caliber.Also list the model number of the western field you are asking about.
Western Field model 850 22lr sa rifle can be cross-referenced to the Mossberg model 353. Check out numrichgunparts.com for a complete listing of available parts including magazines.
Your western Field model 766 was made for Montgomery Wards by the firm Mossberg and Sons.The Mossberg model 810B is the same rifle as the one you own.
A Stevens Model 416 is an identical rifle with different markings.
A Western Field .22 Long Rifle Model M864 is worth between 65-120 dollars on today's market depending on overall condition.
Your Western Field(Montgomery Wards) model 32a was made for Montgomery Wards by the firm Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 20/21 are the same rifle as the one you have.These rifles were made by Mossberg from 1933-1938.There current value is between 35-100 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
That's a Mossberg 800A
your western Field model 770a was made for Montgomery Wards(western Field) by Mossberg.The Mossberg model 472 and your rifle are one and the same.These rifles were made between 1974-1976.
what caliber is the ward's western field model 14-SD206a
Your western field model m766 was made by mossberg.The mossberg model 810B is the same firearm.
The Western Field model 880 was made by Colt. It was the Colt Colteer semi-automatic .22 LR rifle.
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.
Your Western field model 24m-488a was made by Mossberg for Montgomery Wards(Western field).The Mossberg model 51 is the same firearm.The Mossberg model 51 was made in 1939.
I belive it was mossberg? DEFINITELY!