Noble Arms made it for Montgomery Wards cross reference is Noble 60-66 shotgun
What year was my Westernfield 22 model XNH-806 made
It is probably the Westernfield Model 172a
If yours is a single shot .22, it was made for Montgomery Wards by Noble- and it is a Noble Model 10.
Its actually a stevens model 94. Sold by Montgomery Ward. Look on the opposite side of the rifle and you'll see the model 94 stamp. Montgomery Ward never made any guns. They are a department store. Just like Sears doesn't make Kenmore Washer. Whirlpool does. Montgomery Ward just sold it.
The words Western Field means that you have a firearm that was made for the Montgomery wards Co.In this case you have a firearm that was made by Stevens,and the model that you have is The stevens model 94B(Tenite).This is a single shot shotgun that was first made in 1926.
You would have to provide the model number of your Westernfield trap gun to get the cross over maker of the gun in question.Westernfield was the trade name for firearms from Montgomery Wards.They hired many individual firearms makers to produce firearms for them.
Iver Johnson made some Westernfield matte rib 410's
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 Wards Westernfield Model 62 .22 single shot rifle is a Stevens Model 83. Parts can be located @ Numrich Arms Corp. (egunparts.com)
A Western field model 36B was made by mossberg.The mossberg firm actually made 2 models that was designated western field model 36B.One was the mossberg model 25A,and the other was the mossberg model 10.These are the models that you would at for parts to your westernfield model 36B.I would start my search at Numrich gun parts corp.They may be found on the web.
It all depends on the condition and model of the rifle. Daisy has made several versions of the Single Shot. The model "A" Single Shot, model "C No1", model "C No2" and the "Sentinel Single Shot". Most were made in the early 1900's. Can you Identify your model?
best left to a gunsmith
40-140 dollars depending on condition and a good bore.
Quite likely, but since you did not give us the Westernfield model number, we are guessing. If you can repost with model number, will check our cross references.
Take it to a local gunsmith and ask for help.
The Stevens model 44 ideal single shot rifle was made from 1894-1932.The model 44 1/2 Stevens single shot was made from 1903-1916.
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We cant verify the SD108 model number, however: The "Hercules" was the trade name used by the Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on shotguns made for the Montgomery Ward Co. Of Chicago. The "Hercules" made for Wards was a copy of the Iver Johnson "Champion" model which is a single shot shotgun with exposed hammer. They were made between 1909 and 1956.
No they where not made in Turkey, They are USA made by the Stevens/Savage Arms Co. from the early to mid 1900s. Good all around CHEAP single shot shotguns
The savage model 94 single shot shotgun was made between the years 1926-1945,with a total production of 934,000 guns made.
What is the value of a Stevens model 940b 16 gauge single shot? And when was it made?
Generic single shot shotguns like the one you referenced are in the $60- $100 range. But a lot will depend on condition. Even in excellent plus condition, I do not think that it would sell for more than $100. There is very little if any collector value on these types of guns.
It means your Montgomery Ward branded gun was made by Savage/Stevens and is identical to the Stevens model 94B.
the shotgun was made for Montgomery ward in the mid sixties. its basically lessale pump shot gun. the parts are extremely hard to find. mine broke and i had to get the piece welded because i couldn't find any spare parts.
Your rifle was made for Montgomery Wards(western field) by Mossberg.The Mossberg model 320 is the same rifle.these single shot .22cal rifles are worth between 55-110 dollars.