Western Field was the store brand name used by Montgomery Wards stores. The Model M550CR was made for them by Mossberg, and is a Mossberg 500.
The western field model m550cr shotgun was made in the U.S.A. at montgomery wards around 1950. One of the very few shotguns to have a c-lect or select choke on it. Though it is a cheap gun today, it is one of the finest shooting out there. I know this because I own one myself. I hope this helped you.
The Montgomery Ward Western Field 16 gauge 550b shotgun is valued at $200 in excellent condition. Fair condition value is $75.
The value of a Western Field model 37 EMJ shotgun will vary depending on the condition. The prices start at an estimated $225.00.
$50 in good condition
The 12 gauge pump Western Field shotgun, M550ABD with a c-lect choke is valued at $200 in good condition. It is valued at $100 in fair condition.
Your shotgun was made for Montgomery Ward, using their Western Field brand. It is a Mossberg Model 183T. Value is around $100-$125, depending on condition.
The Western Field 12 gauge side by side shotgun, serial number 30415 is valued at $225 in excellent condition. In fair condition it is valued at $125.
75 - 100 dollars in fair to good condition.
The Western Field shotgun was sold by Montgomery Ward and made by Mossberg. Made around 1964. I inherited one that is in mint condition and still fires. It is a 410 single barrel 150c shotgun.
50-125 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
Most used Western Field pump guns will bring $100-$250 depending on condition and model/style.