Your Western Field model 37 bolt action rifle was made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 30 and your rifle are one and the same.The Mossberg model 30 single shot .22cal rifle was made from 1933-1935.
The mossberg model 45A is the same gun as the western field model 47.
It was made by Mossberg around 1930 plus a few years. It was a low budget bolt action rifle Mossberg model 321 or 320 under the Western Auto name
Your .22cal bolt action rifle was made by mossberg.The model number is mossberg model 45A.
It may be a bolt action Mossberg model 321-320
Your rifle was manufactured by Winchester as their model 121. The spent shell is removed from the chamber by action of the right and left extractors and is then bounced out by bumping agains the ejector. Look for problems there. Parts are available from gunpartscorp.com.
Most likely candidate for the maker of your rifle is Marlin, but there were a couple of different ejectors and extractors for those. You wil need to take this to a gunsmith.
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.
i know that it was sold by wards , but who make that rifle ?
Your western field model m766 was made by mossberg.The mossberg model 810B is the same firearm.
It depends on the particular model of the rifle, not the caliber it is in. What model and make is it?
Cant find information on a kessler bolt action rifle from 1950
The Montgomery Ward Western Field model 712 is a common bolt action rifle. It doesn't have an enormous value of about $200 to $350.
Revelation model 200-2550 lever action rifle was made by the marlin firearms company.It is a Model 336 Marlin rifle.
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Yes, it is, made around 1930-32
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.
Marlin made a model 98 semi-auto .22cal rifle from 1957-1959.They also made a model 980 bolt action .22cal rifle from 1962-1970.They did not make a model 98 bolt action rifle in .22caliber.
Your model number should be posted on the rifle.If it has worn off do to age and handling then you have 4 choices.First if it is marked 30US.then you have a Model 1895 lever action rifle.Second if it is marked 30WCF,then you have a early model 1894 lever action rifle,or a model 55 lever action rifle.Last you could have a model 64 lever action rifle in 30-30 Win.