You won't find a true parts catalog for your rifle- they did not print one. Most of the 14M- rifles were made for Montgomery Ward by the Mossberg company- in the 1940s and 50s. And my cross reference data list does not show a straight conversion for the 14M-19A. However, all is not lost. Depending on the part you need, contact Havlin Sales through their website. Victor and Cheryl Havlin sell parts for obsolete Mossberg 22 rifles AND run the Mossberg Collector's Association. They are also very nice people that will help you if they can. However, sometimes there are just no parts for a 65 year old rifle. Good luck!
I HAVE A WARDS WESTER FIELD NO 47A 22 BOLT ACTION, IT WAS MADE BY MOSSBURG
The model number of your Wards Western Field.
I just got a western field 410 shotgun and wondering the value of It
Ithaca Gun Co.
The value of a Wards Western Field model 14-SD206A bolt action 410 shotgun would depend on it's upkeep. The condition would be highly important in determining it's value.
It all depends what model you have. For instance I have a M550AD it is worth about $600. Age also afeects the value. Your best bet is to take it to a gun shop. Mark The Wards Western Field .410 bolt action shotgun's model # is: 15a. It was bought by my Dad in about 1935-1936. Thank you Terry The Wards Western Field .410 bolt action shotgun's model # is: 15a. It was bought by my Dad in about 1935-1936. Thank you Terry
The Western Field m72 was made for Wards stores by Mossberg from the early 70's to the early 80's. value $150 to $300 depending on condition.
Most used Western Field pump guns will bring $100-$250 depending on condition and model/style.
A Wards Western Field Model 41 is a 22-caliber rifle. It was actually manufactured by Mossberg, but intended for Wards. Manufacturing took place primarily from 1935 to 1939.
Montgomery Wards made the Western Field tents.
i have a 20ga wards western field 14m 215a it has 3shell clip
Golden State Arms for Montgomery Wards
who made montgomery wards bolt action 20 ga shotgun with a clip.
I have a Wards Western Field EJN-750 in .243, built on a Sako L57 action, number 3091. I purchased it new at the Montgomery Wards in Albany, NY in 1960. I believe it was manufactured in 1959 or 1960, but been unable to identify who manufactured it for Wards. There was another EJN-750 in .306 on the sale table, but I couldn't afford another $68 for it!
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.
Your question cannot be answered without you providing the model number of your Western Field shotgun.This will be needed to identify what type of shotgun you have and who made this firearm for Montgomery Wards(Western Field).
Made by Mossberg, $150-$250.
i know that it was sold by wards , but who make that rifle ?
If your rifle is a single shot bolt action, I believe that was made by Noble as their Model 10.
Savage Fire Arms Company for Montgomery Wards
Mossberg, it is their M#85 ( I'm assuming that this is a bolt action shotgun).
Your .22cal bolt action rifle was made by mossberg.The model number is mossberg model 45A.