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The wards westernfield model sb87-ta was made by the stevens firearm company for montgomery wards(westerfield).There model # was stevens model M87.
Not enough information to make a wild guess. Westernfield was the trade name used by Montgomery Wards. At least 5 different companies made rifles for them. You did not mention a model number of caliber.
I believe your Westerfield rifle was made for Montgomery Wards stores by Mossberg as their model 346K. These were made from about 1958-1971. If your rifle has no serial number, it was made prior to 1968. That was the first year that Federal law required serial numbers on rifles.
Yes, both as "Montgomery Wards" and just "Wards".
Old Montgomery Wards Catalogs, Blue Book of Gun Values
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Your rifle is a Mossberg 45A, made for Montgomery Wards. Depending on condition, $75-$125.
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.
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It is a seven shot Bolt Action rifle sold in the late fifties (57 & 58 ?) by Montgomery Wards
Your rifle was made for Montgomery Wards by Springfield, and is a Springfield model 85. They were made from 1939 to 1948.
The Hawthorne Warrior M825 .22 LR was sold by Montgomery Wards in 1957 and 1958. It is actually a Mossberg Model 140 rifle.
Your westernfield model 732 rifle was made by mossberg as the mossberg model 810AH,for montgomery wards(westernfield).
900.00.The sb suffix to the model 81 indicates that it was made for Montgomery Wards by Savage/Stevens.
If your rifle is a bolt action with a tubular magazine, it was likely a Mossberg Model 45A, made for Montgomery Wards under their Westernfield label. That rifle was produced for a brief time- 1937-1938.
Your wards westernfield rifle was made by mossberg for montgomery wards.the model designation is mossberg model 45B,or 46MLB.both of these firearms do not hold much value.currently listings are for between 75-150 dollars.
Your Montgomery Wards model 37 was made for them by the firm Mossberg and Sons.The Mossberg model 30 and your rifle are one and the same.The Model 30 rifle was made between 1933-1935.
It is a 22 Caliper Short, Long and Long Rifle Bolt Action Rifle, with a clip, that holds about 6 shells. From my understanding, it was based on the Mossberg Model 30, and made by Mossberg for Montgomery Wards. Made between 1933 and 1935.
Western Field 48A was made for Montgomery Wards by Mossberg. The model 48A is a Mossberg 45B .22 caliber Long Rifle
About half a dozen companies made shotguns for Montgomery Wards through most of the 20th century.
Montgomery wards code is 083. that is the only code i have and it seems to work for all of the wards TVs I've tried.
While I cannot give you a age for your rifle,I can say that the Western Field(Montgomery Wards) model 740A was made for Montgomery Wards by the Marlin firearms company.The Marlin model 336 and your rifle are one and the same.The value will be between 150-275 dollars depending on overall condition,and a good bore.
Is it possibly 488a instead of 188a? That would make it a Mossberg Model 50 manufactured for Montgomery Wards.
The Montgomery Wards Western Field model 46C was made for them buy Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 42A and your rifle are one and the same.Mossberg made the model 42A from 1937-1938.