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Who manufactured the Wards Western Field SS model 52?

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2007-10-10 15:42:56
2007-10-10 15:42:56

That gun is a Savage model 315

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The model number of your Wards Western Field.

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I have a Wards Western Field EJN-750 in .243, built on a Sako L57 action, number 3091. I purchased it new at the Montgomery Wards in Albany, NY in 1960. I believe it was manufactured in 1959 or 1960, but been unable to identify who manufactured it for Wards. There was another EJN-750 in .306 on the sale table, but I couldn't afford another $68 for it!

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Your Western Field model 768 was made by mossberg for the Mongomery Wards company(Western Field).The mossberg model 800A is the same rifle as yours.

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Your Western field model 24m-488a was made by Mossberg for Montgomery Wards(Western field).The Mossberg model 51 is the same firearm.The Mossberg model 51 was made in 1939.

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The western field (montgomery wards) model 72C was made by mossberg arms company.The mossberg model 472 is the same as a western field model 72C.

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The Montgomery Wards Western Field model 46C was made for them buy Mossberg and sons.The Mossberg model 42A and your rifle are one and the same.Mossberg made the model 42A from 1937-1938.

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Your western field MO59 was actually made for Montgomery Wards(Western Field) by the Stevens firearm Company.The Stevens model 87 and your firearm are one and the same.the Stevens model 87 semi-auto .22cal rifle was made from the year 1937 and discontinued in the early 1980,s.

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The value of Wards Western Field model 10 would actually depend on a number of factors. The most important of these factors would be the condition.

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I believe that your wards western field model 85 was made by j stevens arms company.The stevens model 85 and yours are the same rifle.


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