Not finding that model in my references, but just about any Western Field shotgun is going up shy of $200.
Depends on condition. Range 65-200 what year was the western field 12 gauge model XNH-560-8A MADE
around $125, if in good shape
Your western field shotgun was made by mossberg.This mossberg model 500B is not that old having been made from 1962-1998.At this time If you can find out when Montgomery wards went out of busines(house name for western field) and go back to 1962 you will have some idea of the age of your shotgun.
the model m172,was bolt action,accurate for the money.made by mossberg firearms...nice condition 160.00$
i sold mine for a hundred, but you might have better luck.
The Western Field M160 is the Model 385T 20 GA made by Mossberg. These models were only manufactured in 1982. The Mossberg Model 395 is the 12 GA version. More info at: http://home.epix.net/~damguy/mossberg_shotgun_models.htm
hello just want to know the value of the gun and is it made by browing or mossenburg
Its worth about 100-150 wait a few years and itll be worth more
Depends on what choke it has.
You can pretty much bet on full or modified, but the actual determination of choke is made by comparison the inside diameter of the muzzle to the inside diameter of the barrel before the bore. firstname.lastname@example.org
The 12 gauge pump Western Field shotgun, M550ABD with a c-lect choke is valued at $200 in good condition. It is valued at $100 in fair condition.
Between 1950 and 1953 by Kessler.
nice condition about 160.00$,made by mossberg,good shooters.you could pic them up at sears,hardware stores, or local gun shops.^mid1900'sThe western Field model 172A was made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by Mossberg.The Mossberg model 385K and your shotgun are one and the same.Mossberg made the model 385K between 1960-1985.These shotguns have a value of between 75-110 dollars,depending on overall condition and a good bore.
As of tonight, my Internet searches have shown my dad's gun to be worth $80-100.
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.
Browning did not make an Invector model. That is the type choke system of the shotgun.
Same choke tube as a 1200 or 1400 pump
50 to 200 depending.
50-200 depending on specifics