your western Field model 770a was made for Montgomery Wards(western Field) by Mossberg.The Mossberg model 472 and your rifle are one and the same.These rifles were made between 1974-1976.
My cross reference show this as a Mossberg model 321 or 320 Bolt Action. I suggest you find a "2010 Standard catalogue of firearms" and look up the photos. Look under Bolt action rifles in the Mossberg section.
This bolt is the same one used in the Winchester model 57, 69 and 75 rifles.
Your .22cal bolt action rifle was made by mossberg.The model number is mossberg model 45A.
The Western Field model 31A was made by Mossberg and Sons firearm Company.The Mossberg model 40,or model 44 while be the same as your Western Field bolt action rifle.
Revelation was a trade name marketed by Western Auto. If you have a model number, I may be able to cross-reference it to the manufacturer.
Book of Bolt Action Rifles should help
Should be the Mossberg 346 - Produced for Western Field until 1971. 24 inch barrel, holds Shorts, Longs, and Long Rifles.
Depending on the model number... I have a jc higgend 22 bolt action and they were sold at Sears and that was their name,,, Marlin is the maker of the one I have...
The value will be between 125-200 dollars for this model of bolt action rifle.These rifles were made between 1928-1945 I believe and are fine first model rifles to be used by new hunters to learn about rifle safety,rifle handling and marksmanship.
Cant find information on a kessler bolt action rifle from 1950
The mossberg model 45A is the same gun as the western field model 47.
The 243 Winchester caliber was introduced in the model 70 bolt action and the model 88 lever action rifles in the year 1955 by Winchester.
Savage manufactured a Model 110 bolt action rifle in several calibers. Very good rifles.
It is possible, yes.
Are you asking about double rifles,rook rifles or bolt action.
I posted a link (related links) for Remington on their archive page to bolt action rifles, you might be able to identify it there.
No such model. Winchester did not make a 'Model 1901 single shot .22 pump-action rifle.' They made a Model 1900, Model 1902 and Model 1904, which were all single-shot bolt-action rifles, and they made the Model 1890 and Model 1906 which were slide-action rifles but had tubular magazines. How exactly is your rifle marked? email@example.com