The wards westernfield model sb87-ta was made by the stevens firearm company for montgomery wards(westerfield).There model # was stevens model M87.
Stevens/ J. Stevens arms company
Your wards Westernfield model 30 was made for Montgomery Wards by the stevens Firearm company.The Stevens model 520 and yours are the same firearm.These shotguns were made from 1936-1942.
The Wards Westerfield Model 62 single shot .22 rifle is a store brand marked Stevens Model 83. The Stevens model 83 was mfg'erd from 1935 to 1939.
I believe that your wards western field model 85 was made by j stevens arms company.The stevens model 85 and yours are the same rifle.
Your montgomery wards shotgun was made by stevens for montgomery wards.The stevens model designation is stevens model M87.These shotguns are valued at between 50-150 dollars depending on overall condition and a good bore.
J Stevens most likely
900.00.The sb suffix to the model 81 indicates that it was made for Montgomery Wards by Savage/Stevens.
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.
Your Wards shotgun which is really a Stevens model 87 will range in price between 50-100 dollars.
Looking atThe GunDigest Book of Firearms Assmbly and Disassembly, it appears that western Field Model 30 SB562A is the same as a Stevens Model 520 which was made from 1915 to 1930. Very similar models of Stevens (620 and 621) were made from1927-1953. My best bet on Western Field is that it is either a Model 620 or 621. The 520 was also sold as a Sears "Ranger' model so Western Field was probably a 620 or 621. the cross reference for the SB620A Westernfield is the 620 Stevens. Check it out on http.//www/e-gunparts.com/crossref.asp
I believe that it was made by Savage/Stevens.
The Wards Westernfield Model 62 .22 single shot rifle is a Stevens Model 83. Parts can be located @ Numrich Arms Corp. (egunparts.com)
Savage/Stevens Model 5000 very much a model 311
The model 87 was made for Montgomry Ward by Savage Stevens from 1938-1945.
The J C Higgins model 102.25 was made by Stevens. It is a Stevens model 520, also marketed to Montgomery Wards, JC Penny, Western Auto, JC Higgins and Sears Roebuck "Ranger" brand. It was designed by JM Browning although Browning never produced the gun. The 520 is a take down that Stevens also made for the US military as a trench gun with an 18" barrell.
A Variety of gun makers made guns for Sears, Wards, JC Penney and Western Auto. Companies like Mossberg, Colt, Savage, Stevens and Hi Cap were just a few who made Brand Name guns for all these companies.
Stevens, sold at Montgomery Wards.
No. This is a Western field model sold by Montgomery Wards. It was actually made by the Stevens Co. known as the 520 model.
The Hercules Model 10 is actually a Stevens model 94. The model 94 was manufactured between 1926 and 1945.
Chances are that you have a Stevens model 94B,that was made for Montgomery wards by Stevens.these shotguns have been made from 1926-1945,in a total amount of 934,000.I hope this might help?
Your western field MO59 was actually made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by the Stevens firearm Company.The Stevens model 87 and your firearm are one and the same.the Stevens model 87 semi-auto .22cal rifle was made from the year 1937 and discontinued in the early 1980,s.
The words Western Field means that you have a firearm that was made for the Montgomery wards Co.In this case you have a firearm that was made by Stevens,and the model that you have is The stevens model 94B(Tenite).This is a single shot shotgun that was first made in 1926.