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Where is the serial number located on a Western Field single shot 12 gauge shotgun by Montgomery Wards?

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2005-11-01 05:00:40
2005-11-01 05:00:40

If it was manufactured before 1969 it didn't need one and probably doesn't have one. If there is a serial number, it should be someplace visible without disassembling anything.

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The number that you listed for your Western Field shotgun is the serial number,not the model number.We would need the model number to give you some idea of the age of your shotgun.

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Your shotgun was made by savage/stevens for montgomery wards(westernfield).

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Go to Numrich Gun Parts Corp.It will be helpful if you know the original maker of your shotgun,as all guns that were made under the Western Field name(Montgomery Wards) were made by outside firms for Montgomery Wards.If you list the model number of your western Field shotgun,this can be cross referenced to the original maker and help you get the right model of shotgun to locate parts.

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I will start with the fact that you have a shotgun,not a rifle.The 410 is a shotgun round,not a rifle.Next we will need the western fields model number to identify the maker of your Montgomery Wards shotgun and then can describe what type it is.Chances are if you feel that it was a rifle,you could have a bolt action shotgun chambered in 410 gauge.

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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).

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No published sn data.The western field model M550ar was made by the firm Mossberg and sons for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) The Mossberg model 500AB is the same shotgun.this shotgun was made from 1962-1998.By being a wards Western Field we may be able to say that the time frame will be between 1962-1985 when Montgomery wards went out of business.

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The western field model 172B was made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by the firm Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 395K and your shotgun are one and the same.The Mossberg model 395K was made from 1963-1983.

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your western field shotgun was made for Montgomery wards by mossberg.There model number was 395K.I would look at numrich gun parts corp, or maybe E-gun parts,Both are on the web.

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Need more information. Look for a model number imprinted on the barrel or receiver. Or, send digital pictures. sales@countrygunsmith.net

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Firearms were made for Montgomery Ward by several makers. The serial number does not help, but any model numbers on the shotgun will. Most likely candidate is Stevens, but Savage and Mossberg also made guns marked with the Western Field label,

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The western field model 550 shotgun was made for Montgomery Wards(Western field) by the Mossberg firearms company.The Mossberg model 500 is the same shotgun as yours.The Mossberg model 500 was produced from 1962-1998.I believe that Montgomery Wards went out of business in 1984.If you want to get a more accurate date of manufacture,contact Mossberg at their web site,or you can contact them at O.F.Mossberg and sons Inc.the phone number is 203-230-5300.

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I would need to know the model number of your shotgun to help you with your question.

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Your western field model 550AD was made by mossberg for montgomery wards.These shotguns were the same model number for mossberg ,as for montgomery wards.

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your western field model 550cd was made by mossberg,there model number is 500B.I would try numrich gun parts corp.for your barrel,and use the mossberg 500B number for parts identification.

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Your western field shotgun was made by Stevens and there model number was the model 520.these are going for 75-180 dollars.

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If you are asking about a shotgun which was made with the Western Field name,then you would have to supply the model number,so it can be cross referenced to the actual firearm manufacturer.The Western Field name was used by the now closed retailer Montgomery Wards Company.

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The western field model m550cr shotgun was made in the U.S.A. at montgomery wards around 1950. One of the very few shotguns to have a c-lect or select choke on it. Though it is a cheap gun today, it is one of the finest shooting out there. I know this because I own one myself. I hope this helped you.

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Trying to find serial numbers for a western field shotgun would prove to be very difficult.There were many makers of shotguns for the montgomery wards company.some of these include mossberg,savage,stevens,and noble.It would be best if you include the western field model number of your shotgun and then we can convert that number to the original maker of your shotgun.Then we would be able to find the makers model number.You must remeber that prior to the gun control act of 1968 weapons were not required to have serial numbers on them.

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I would go to Numrich gun parts corp.they may be found on the web.The Mossberg model 395K is the same firearm as yours,having been made for Montgomery Wards(Western field) by Mossberg&sons firearms company.


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