25 years old The Western Field Model 865 is a private-branded Mossberg Model 402 which was sold by Montgomery Wards from 1968-1969. The Western Field 865A, which featured a slightly larger forearm, was sold from 1970-1971. The Western Field guns do not have the checkered stocks of the Mossberg 402 'Palomino' and obviously not the Mossberg logo buttplate. It has the 20" barrel of the 402 Carbine (the Model 400 had a 24" barrel) and the tubular magazine will hold 15 .22LR cartridges. email@example.com
You must have a Western Field Model 72C lever action rifle, which is a Mossberg 472C. Try gunpartscorp.com or eBay for an owner's manual. A repair manual is going to be tough as the gun is not well known.
Mossberg, mid '70s.
Western Field lever-action .30-30 rifles were made by Marlin. TexasCharley -- EXCEPT for this one -- The Western Field Model 79 is actually a version of the Mossberg Model 472 lever action .30/30. They sell for $150-$200 retail in VG condition. firstname.lastname@example.org
I can say that the Western field model 740A is the Marlin model 336 lever action rifle that was made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field).These rifles are valued at between 200-300 dollars,depending on the overall condition and a good bore.
The Sears 30/30 lever action was manufactured by Winchester Western.
marlin,stevens,savage Answer 2 To the best of my knowledge Montgomery wards commissioned the rifles through other companies I own A model 895 22 caliber lever action And it is a commissioned Moseberg 402
Various other websites list this as a Western Field brand sold at Montgomery Wards but manufactured by Mossberg (hence the M in the model number). The Mossberg model number is 402
This 30/30 lever action rifle was made by Mossberg, its the same as the Mossberg 472PRA. Check out www.e-gunparts.com/crossref This site also has parts and manuals avalible.
The Western Field m72 was made for Wards stores by Mossberg from the early 70's to the early 80's. value $150 to $300 depending on condition.
The Western Field model 72 lever-action rifle was made by Mossberg and generally resembled the Marlin 336. These two rifles are not the same an no parts interchange EXCEPT for the scope mounts. The same bases that work on the Marlin 336 will work on the Western Field (or Mossberg or Revelation versions).
check mossberg parts lists/ sites. many western fields are mossberg from what ive seen. i own a W.F. M72 which is a mossberg 472, also 30-30 lever.
The same way you would clean any Marlin lever action rifle. These models are of the same design of a Marlin 30-30.
You have a Marlin 336. Try these sources: Numrich gunpartscorp.com Jack First jackfirstgun.com Bob's Gun Shop gun-parts.com
approx. $40-60. I just sold mine last week for $55 with a box of ammo
Your western Field firearm model 565-c was made by the firm Noble.It is the model 60-66.Noble was in business from 1953-1971.They made semi-auto,lever and slide action rifles,along with slide action shotguns.They also imported Spanish made shotguns during this time frame.Your firearm was also made sometime during these years for Montgomery Wards(Western Field).
Don't even think about it. You can do a fine enough job without taking it apart. Approx. every 1000 rounds pay a retired Winchester engineer for a detail strip.
Depending on condition, $150-$250
I recently bought a late 60's Western Field Model 740-A-EMN in mint condition for $275. The rifle was manufactured by Marlin with slight modification of their Model 336 there a few cosmetic differences in particular the sites. Otherwise the operation mechanism seems identical.
Revolvers are not lever action firearms. Sorry- can you rephrase your question? Lever action firearms are most often rifles, rarely shotguns. A very few lever action pistols were made, but not revolvers.
well if you mean as in lever action there is winchesters with lever action ive seen a 10 gauge Winchester with lever action its a fine piece of wor i wish i could have shot it