What is the value of westernfield 30.06 w a manliken stock and a mauser action?
$300-$450. This rifle was made either by Heym or by FN. If a true Mauser action it will be made in Belgium by FN. Otherwise it will be a Mauser 3000 made by Heym.
It was built with a commercial 98 Mauser action.
were can i get a stock for it
Best left to a Mauser trained gunsmith
Herters was the importer, not the maker- and has been out of business since the 1970s. I believe those rifles were made in Yugoslavia, and used a Yugo Mauser action. A gunsmith MAY be able to fit a commercial Mauser stock to your rifle, but I know of no ready source of parts for these. Sorry-
Try searching for a Savage model 620A or Stevens 620 stock on ebay, or gunbroker.com. The model M060 Westernfield is a Stevens 620, while a Westernfield model 60 is the Savage 620A
What is the value of a JC Higgins Model 50 in 30-06 with a full length stock in nice condition and some surface rust on the top of the barrel?
it is actually a mauser rifle. the mauser action is one of the most popular and strongest out there even today. most "shooters" will cost around 100.00 to 150.00 depending on your area. they are popular with the custom guys so they can build a custom rifle around the action.
Buttstock hole is for bolt disassembly
Made by Belgium's Fabrique Nationale on a commercial Mauser 98 action, introduced to the market place in 1951. A classic stock design would be in keeping with it's original design. Any stock maker or place that sells stocks should be able to provide a replacement.
Does your rifle have "Westernfield" stamped on it? Regardless, the Montgomery Ward department store lever action in .22 calibre, in mint condition, would have a value of $350.00 Naturally, the more dings and nicks on the stock, or bluing wear, would devalue the rifle.
IIRC Mossberg. No sn data available. - I own one of these, they were made by FN using Mauser actions. The markings are on the receiver under the stock. Mine does not have a serial number, from the info I could find on when Mauser made that type of action (Sako trigger, sliding safety) my guess is it was made in the 1950s.
Mauser Bolt Rifles By Ludwig Olson Third Edition But the 71 was a developement. by Paul Mauser and Samuel Norris . The Austrian Arms fell under the German Gov. Arsenals. Now you Have a Mod 71 Jaeger Rifle single shot .w/a barrel length of 29.44 or the carbine 20 in. with a full length stock or the short 20.56 the stock is not full length. Hope it helped Gatling Gun
Requires professional appraisal
50-160 USD or so
Very short. The action is back at the rear of the stock, and the trigger well forward of the action.
I would not say it is recommended but I think it is okay if the barrel is Cylinder Choke. If there is a choke to the barrel, I'd advise against it.
Mauser C96 Anics Skif A3000 H and k VP-70 Beretta M93r which one from these handguns does not come with the option of a stock?
The Mauser, H&K, and Beretta all have optional shoulder stocks. The A 3000 is known only to me as an air pistol, as such is not a firearm. NOTE- in the US, Federal law may sharply limit attaching a shoulder stock to a handgun- AND some of those handguns must be registered as machineguns.
No, the Remington Model 1100 stock has a hole (recepticle) through the inside of the stock in the pistol grip area to accept the action spring tube. The Remington Model 870 stock has no need for this hole so the 870 stock will not fit on the Model 1100 action.
MOST handguns do not have an option of a stock. In most cases, adding a shoulder stock to a handgun is illegal under US law unless it is registered with the Federal BATFE as a "short barreled rifle" and a $200 tax paid on it. There are a VERY few exceptions to that law- certain Mauser, Luger, and Browning pistols.
It depends on how you are using the word, "stock". If stock is referring to an action, then you can say "Stock the shelves". If "stock" is used as a noun, then you can say, "This stock of printing paper needs to be moved".
I recently bought a long rifle in fair to good condition -about 60% of bluing, good stock (sanded heavily), bent bolt- for $200.00.
M1895 CHILEAN MAUSER Maker: DWM Oberndorf, Germany Action type: Bolt action Caliber: 7x57mm Capacity: 5 Overall length: 48.6" Barrel length: 29" Sights Front: Inverted V Rear: V-notch, adjustable from 400 to 2,000 meters Weight: 8.8 pounds Finish: Blue Stock: Walnut, oil finished Value: $500 (Very good condition, according to the Standard Catalog of Military Firearms, 3rd Edition by Ned Schwing, [c] 2005, Gun Digest Books, 700 East State Street, Iola, WI 54990, 715/445-2214, www.krause.com.)
Action, stock, barrel
I own one of these - they were made by FN using Mauser actions. You should see the markings from these companies on the receiver if you take off the stock.
Westernfield was a "store brand" used by Montgomery Ward. Other companies such as Savage, Mossberg, and Marlin made the firearms, but marked them with the Westernfield name. The gunpartscorp website (large seller of gun parts) has a cross reference chart- find the model number of your rifle, go to the chart, scroll down to Montgomery Ward, find your model number, read across to find the maker and the original model number. THEN you will know… Read More
Thyese fine made F N made mauser bolt action rifles are selling for between 750-1,000 dollars,as long as there is no pitting on the receiver and barrel under the wood line from the stock which was dried by using salt.this price is for the standard grade rifle. if you own the high grade rifle these are valued at 2,000 dollars or more.
it is a Voere commercial 98 Mauser action rifle with a tang safety, imported by Jerry's Sport Center under the name of 'parker ballard'. they are Austrian, exceptional quality and accuracy, tang safety, a stock made somewhat in the Weatherby style with a RH palm swell. However, they are relatively unknown, and prices are low. POSSIBLY $200 range, depending on condition.
barrel, stock, action.
If I wanted my Collectors grade Mauser K98 to have its stock stained its bolt blued and it drilled to have a scope mounted could that devalue the rifle?
Yes. You will lose 50-60 percent of the collector value if you do these things.
Yes you can but you will have to buy a new trigger guard for your setup.The adl had a blind magazine were as the cdl has a drop open floor plate.Make sure that your caliber is either a long action required stock or a short action required stock also.
it is a Voere commercial 98 Mauser action rifle with a tang safety, imported by jerry's sport center under the made up name of 'parker ballard'. they are Austrian, exceptional quality and accuracy, tang safety, a stock made somewhat in the Weatherby style with a RH palmswell. they do not sell for much used as most are not familiar with them, and as such, often a bargain as a hunting rifle for their quality and… Read More
Stock, action, barrel
Barrel, action, stock
Not knowing how many variations of the Chilean Mauser were made, or which variation you're referring to, the assumption will be made that you refer to the Mod. 1908, which was a variation of the German Gewehr 98 Mauser. This stock, and stocks of other variants (such as the Argentine Modelo 1909) should have some degree of interchangeability with the Mod 1908, although it is possible that some sanding or other minor alteration will be… Read More
K98 Mauser is a type of rifle. Gewehr is the Army Answer No. The Mauser 98 is the standard bolt-action rifle. It held 5 rounds in a box magazine. The Gewehr was a semi-automatic rifle. The G43 (or KAR43) resembled a rifle that had a 10-round box magazine that protruded below the stock. The G41 was very similar. The 44 (Sturmgewehr 44) was an assault rifle that is very similar to the Russian AK-47. It… Read More
There's a lot of used ones on eBay. If you want a new one, Google: "Winchester, stock, long action or LA", you'll get a zillion hits.
The model J C Higgins model 50 was built by High Standard using the FN Mauser action made in Belgium. It was available in 2 calibers, the .30-06 and .270. The J C Higgins model 51 was the same rifle except it had a stock that had a cheek piece and checkering. All of the model 50 & 51 rifles that I have and have had, shot very well.
Is it possible to find a stock conversion method for mounting a pump action shotgun to a Mauser Turkish 1937 model into a form of a over under weapon?
This is in no way a common conversion so a conversion kit is not available. If you wanted to have something like that done, I am sure that you could find a gunsmith who would do it for a substantial fee. You should expect to put up a large amount of cash up front before he would take on the job.
Based on cartridge size, 30-06 and longer is a long action. .308 and shorter is short action.
yes they always have plenty in stock!
700 ADL Long Action
The Mauser rifle originated in Germany, and may have many features that aer found in European rifles. One of those features is the Schnabel, a distinctive shape to the front end of the stock forearm. Rather than a smooth taper, a schnabel is a raised bulge at the end of the wood- helps keep your supporting hand from sliding off the stock.
No. The only difference is in the stock. The BDL stock is fancier with a fore end black tip on it. The same action was used in the ADL which is a plainer stock.
A sidelock shotgun is exactly as it sounds. The locks are on the side of the stock instead of inside the action. A box lock has the hammer, sears, springs etc inside the action itself, side locks are primarily separate. They are attached to the action on the back and sides of it in the wood and the hammer, sears springs etc are contained therein. They can be detached without removing the action from the… Read More
Oops. I mis-read the Q. Mausers were first made in Germany around 1880's. Answer : Look for identifying markings , especially on the top of the action . It may indicate caliber , factory markings , dates or country of origin . Clean excess dirt with a wipie to read markings , do not go further than that . Answer I own a Spanish Mauser. I don't know how to ID it but it looks… Read More
Not without modifications
All shotguns have three major parts-the stock, the action, and the barrel. The stock helps you hold, point, and fire the gun. The action loads, fires, and unloads the shotshells. The barrel sends the shot pellets to the target.
AK -Adjustable Muzzle Brake B -Laminate Stock C -Clip (Detachable Box Mag.) F -Synthetic Stock G -Hardwood Stock H-hinged floorplate L -Left Hand LE -Law Enforcement ML -Muzzleloader S -No Sights P -Police SE -Safari Express SS -Stainless Steel U -Ultra High Lustre V -Long Range (Heavy Barrel) XP -Package Gun Y -Youth 110 basic long action 10 basic short action 111 hunter long action 11 hunter short action 112 Varmint long action 12 varmint… Read More
Yes, the Deluxe Model
You can get them online. who would want them enough for people to stock them in stores!