The western field model 172B was made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by the firm Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 395K and your shotgun are one and the same.The Mossberg model 395K was made from 1963-1983.
Chances are that your shotgun was a model 385k,or a 395K model shotgun made by Mossberg firearms company.
Your Western Field model 45B .22cal rifle was produced by Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 26C is the same rifle.Mossberg produced the Model 26C between the years 1938-1941.
I found a 170 which is a Mossberg model 395K made from '63 to '83. 3 round box mag bolt action Value of the Mossberg 170 is from $50 to $125 The Western field would also be in that range
I would go to Numrich gun parts corp.they may be found on the web.The Mossberg model 395K is the same firearm as yours,having been made for Montgomery Wards(Western field) by Mossberg&sons firearms company.
The Mossberg 183D-D was produced from 1956-1960.
The 93M series were Mossberg rifles. The 390A was a Mossberg 26C, made 1938-1941.
your western field model 24m was produced by mossberg for Montgomery ward.the model was the mossberg model 51.these were produced in 1939.
Walt Mossberg is 64 years old (birthdate: March 27, 1947).
I will buy one (395K 12 guage) top price as i have one from my father that is broken, even parts would be great, especially stock. LarryAndy@aol.com
The mossberg model 151K was made from 1950-1951.
Originally, none of them. They were produced in blue. Rifles that came back through for an arsenal rebuild in later years were Parkerized if the bluing was in poor condition.
Your Western field model 172B shotgun which is a Mossberg model 395K which was made for Montgomery Wards,is valued at between 75-110 dollars.These shotguns were made from 1963-1983.
Mossberg never made a pistol called the Aberdeen. They did make one called the Abilene. 100-300 or so. More if a 45 LC
Made from 1950-1963.
Montgomery Wards contracted Mossberg to manufacture many of the Western Field guns. Western Field model 15 is actually a Mossberg model 80. While it is not known the years that Mossberg shipped these guns to Montgomery Wards, it is known that Mossberg produced the model 80 gun between 1933 and 1946.
If your shotgun is a bolt action fed from a box magazine. it is LIKELY a Mossberg Mdl 395K. These are utility grade shotguns- durable, reliable, but no major collector's value. Magazines ($27) and a synthetic stock ($75) are available from Havlin Sales. Vic Havlin and wife Cheryl run the Mossberg Collectors Society, and are very nice folks. The value of a complete 395K in good condition is about $150. Unfortunately, other sources for parts I know of are sold out of wooden stocks. NOTE: When asking a question, please do not write in this box, or the computer will send your question to the "already answered" bin- caught it by accident.
The Mossberg Model 151-K was made for two years only: 1950 and 1951.
The model Mossberg 185k was produced from 1950 through 1959, based on originality and condition, a working beater will bring $75 to $100, nicer ones can be had in the range of $175
Your rifle was made by the Mossberg firearms company,there model 353 is the Western field model 855a rifle.These rifles were produced by Mossberg from 1972-1985.
Your westernfield model M822 was made for montgomery wards(westernfield) by mossberg gun manufacturing company.The mossberg model designation for this gun was the mossberg model 640K.these were made by mossberg between the years 1959-1984.
I acquired a Mossberg 500 AG shotgun. It has never been fired and might be 10 years old. What is the value?