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Your shotgun was made for Montgomery Wards (marked with their brand- Westernfield) by Mossberg, and is their model 550. As far as age- no way to tell. IF your shotgun does not have a serial number, it would have been made prior to 1968.

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Note to previous poster- Sears did not use the Westernfield brand- that belonged to Montgomery Wards. They DID use J.C. Higgins and Ted Williams as brand names.

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From $70-$140 depending on condition. Basically a 12ga Mossberg 500 made for Montgomery Wards. sales@countrygunsmith.net



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I would look to mossberg gun corp.first,they are the company that made your shotgun.the model is mossberg model 500.


This should be a Mossberg 500 in a Montgomery Wards suit. Check any dealer for the availability of a slug barrel.


They're both Mossberg 500's and there are several pages of these in the Blue Book. Most likely one marked with a Montgomery Ward name is going to be a field grade worth $100 for well-used but servicable gun up to $200 or so for one in 98% original condition.


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