I belive it was mossberg? DEFINITELY!
Your western field model m766 was made by mossberg.The mossberg model 810B is the same firearm.
A Wards Western Field Model 41 is a 22-caliber rifle. It was actually manufactured by Mossberg, but intended for Wards. Manufacturing took place primarily from 1935 to 1939.
That rifle was manufactured by Savage/Stevens. We carry parts. email@example.com
The Western Field Model 59/59A is one of a family of .22 rifles manufactured by Savage. Check www.e-GunParts.com for a schematic of the Savage 6A, 6AB and 6C for a comparison and parts numbers.
The Western field model M820B was made by Mossberg for Montgomery Wards.The Mossberg model 340 is the same firearm that you have.these were made between the years 1958-1980 by Mossberg.
Your .22cal bolt action rifle was made by mossberg.The model number is mossberg model 45A.
your rifle was produced by mossberg.There model number is 472 PRA.
It was manufactured by Mossberg. It is probably the model 353, and parts can be ordered atwww.havlinsales.com. The reason I am not certain is that there does not appear to be a written list for this cross reference.
Your rifle was made by the Mossberg firearms company,there model 353 is the Western field model 855a rifle.These rifles were produced by Mossberg from 1972-1985.
The western field model 72 rifle was made by noble for montgomery wards.These were the noble model 50 rifle.
Western Field firearms were manufactured by a variety of makers. Most likely by whoever had the lowest bid that year. If you have a model name or number, there are cross-reference lists available that may have your answer.