What is the value of a Western Field bolt action shotgun?
.410's are popular, but bolt actions and mail-order catalog guns are not. Most used bolt action shotguns will retail below $100, but a .410 could go as high as $200 (but I don't know why).
Is there a value for a Western Field pump action 12 ga with serial number 21184 and what is the age of it?
Your Western field shotgun is a Mossberg model 385K shotgun that was made for the Montgomery Wards company by Mossberg and sons.The model 385K shotgun was produced from 1960-1986,These bolt action shotguns are valued at between 75-110 dollars,for a gun with between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining and a good bore.
Your Western Field model 175a was made by O.F. Mossberg and sons for Montgomery Wards(Western Field).The Mossberg model 385K is the same firearm as your western field model 175a.These were made by mossberg from 1960-1985.their value ranges in price from 75-110 dollars based on your bolt action shotgun having between 60%-90% of its original finish remaining,and a good bore.
It all depends what model you have. For instance I have a M550AD it is worth about $600. Age also afeects the value. Your best bet is to take it to a gun shop. Mark The Wards Western Field .410 bolt action shotgun's model # is: 15a. It was bought by my Dad in about 1935-1936. Thank you Terry The Wards Western Field .410 bolt action shotgun's model # is: 15a. It was bought by…