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2014-06-25 02:43:31
2014-06-25 02:43:31

It is a High Standard Flite King. Decent gun.


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You would have to list the model number of your shotgun,to identify the maker of your sears and roebuck shotgun,in order to get the correct buttstock.

Without the name of the maker, impossible to answer.

No such maker listed in any of my references.

Can't be answered without the serial number and the maker.

Whatever model the maker called it that made it for Sears. Go to for a store brand chart.

Impossible to answer without the name of the maker and serial number.

Impossible to try to answer without the maker and serial number

What shotgun?You need to list the maker of the shotgun,model number if there,type of shotgun(single shot,pump,semi-auto,over under,side by side.)gauge of shotgun(410,28,20,16,12)so that we can help you.

About $150-$165. The store brand guns generally sell for about 15% less than the same gun branded by the maker. Nice shotguns, BTW. Cross references are not always right, but I think yours is a Winchester 1200. Those were made from 1963-1984. Sears stopped carrying firearms in 1989.

Higgin ShotgunYour shotgun was made by Stevens arms model 311 101.7 was the sears model no which identifies the maker and model 101 is the sears code for savage/stevens07 means 311 it was made between the middle 50s to as late as 1962 when sears stoped using the jc Higgins name.

You can not identify the maker by just the serial number and country of origin. Provide a detaled description of all markings

It could be the maker of the shotgun, the name of the store that sold it, the name of the person who made the barrels, etc..

THis is not the name of the shotgun, but kind of barrel, made in Belgium. Acier means Steel, and Cockerill stands for "Cockerill-Sambre" the name of the steel maker.

I own that very shotgun, the model 21. I purchased a left hand safety for mine in about 1970 from a parts catalog for a High Standard that a friend had puchase. I can't tell you though if the model 20 is the same. The 21 is a variable choke slide action. I have never had a problem with it. Numrich Arms ( has a cross reference section- its on the left side of their home page. You can look up a Sears or Western Auto or Montgomery Ward firearm model, and it will give you the maker, and corresponding model of that maker. Sears Model 21 evolved from the model 20. parts lists for comparing various Sears modesl are available at

The Gibraltar single shot is known as a "Trade Brand Name" shotgun. A "Trade Brand Name" shotgun is one that was made by a major maker for a wholesaler or retailer who chose the name to go on the gun and was sold as the store’s brand. This particular type of shotgun was made between 1900 and 1940. Shotguns with the name GIBRALTAR were made by one of two makers, Meriden Fire Arms Company of Meriden, CT or Stevens Arms & Tool Company of Chicopee Falls. MA. They were made for and sold by Sears Roebuck & Co of Chicago, IL. Depending on condition, value is about $50-$75.

Your question cannot be answered without you providing the name of the maker of your shotgun,and then we can determine if there is any public data to identify the year of manufacture.

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.

FIE was an importer, not a maker. Value will depend on who made the shotgun FIE was an importer, not a maker. Value will depend on who made the shotgun

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.


This Shotgun was manufactured by the Mossberg Company.

Give as much info as you can. Maker, serial number(open breech and look on flat part of reciver),condition,ect,ect.

Condition, maker, gauge, barrel length, action type, accessories, how bad you want to sell, how bad someone wants to buy, time of the year, where you are located, type of shooting the shotgun is made for (field, trap, skeet, etc..) etc..

Without more information, most likely a store brand from the turn of the century worth 50-100 USD at most.

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