I don't find a model 35 in the cross-reference list, but Western Field Model 35A is the Mossberg model 30
Your Western Field shotgun has a value of between 35-90 dollars.
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.
Not much,between 35-80 dollars today.
Your Western Field model M72da was made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by O.F.Mossberg and sons between the years 1972-1976.The Mossberg model 472PRA is the same rifle that you have.These were chambered in either 30-30Win,or 35 Remington,with either a 20in.(carbine) or 24in.barrel(rifle).
Your western field model 35 was made for montgomery wards by mossberg.There model number is the mossberg model 30.If you can locate the breakdown of the mossberg model 30,you are in business.I would write,or e-mail mossberg.
I found a good board regarding Wards Western Field Shotgun and I am sure if you post on there you'll get the info you want. Please go to: www.gunparts.com Good luck Marcy Store brand shotguns bring less than those with a maker's name on them, even if they are really identical. Pump shotguns in useable condition should bring between $75 and $150. The manufacturer's model of many store brand models can be identified but I can't find a cross reference for the Wards Model 35. The Model 35 Wards Western Field shotgun was built by Stevens and is their model 520A.
I dont find any reference to a WesternField Model 35 as a shotgun. The Model 35 rifles were made by Mossberg... If you can send us a digital picture of the gun, we can identify it for you and give you direction on how to mount a scope. email@example.com
The model 35 was the Wards branded version of the Stevens model 520. An early 1900s John Browning design built by Stevens and dropped prior to WWII.
The Model 35 (no letters behind 35) was made 1935-1937. Value will depend on condition and completeness. Can range from $70 for poor condition to $150-$200 for excellent.
Any gunsmith should be able to come up with this part. Look for one in the local yellow pages.
50-100 or so
P=$20 F=$45 G=$65 V.G.=$80 EX=$100 It's a mossberg model 320 or 321 Bolt Action
The Stevens Model 35 rifle was only made between 1980 and 1984 approximately... not a lot of data available. The value would be based on condition and completeness. I have 1 and I wouldn't take $200.00 for it
Absolute value of 35 is 35.
I just paid $75 at a gun show in NY.