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Where can you find information on a Western Field model m865 lever action 22 rifle?

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2007-03-30 13:25:24
2007-03-30 13:25:24

Various other websites list this as a Western Field brand sold at Montgomery Wards but manufactured by Mossberg (hence the M in the model number). The Mossberg model number is 402

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Here. What information do you want? repair@countrygunsmith.net

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For the most part yes it is.A bit of honing will take place as the lever is worked over time causing a more smooth lever throw,as with any lever action rifle.


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