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The guns Hercules guns made by Stevens and sold by Wards were made around 1910 to 1940


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The value depends mostly on condition and what the gun actually is. Wards sold guns which were manufactured by several companies and generally sold the cheaper "plain Jane" versions. Their used value is not more than a few hundred dollars down.


Manufactured by Iver Johnson or J. Stevens for Montgomery Wards.


The Hercules Model 10 is actually a Stevens model 94. The model 94 was manufactured between 1926 and 1945.


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Manufactured by Stevens Arms, 1931-1941. Montgomery Wards. Hercules was just their name for this model.


I have a Wards Hercules 16ga model 10. Mine is in excellent condition and only worth $150.00. For that it worth just hanging on to.


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Montgomery Wards did not make guns, they were made by various companies like Mossberg, Savage, Stevens and Hi Standard. Who made guns /shotguns for JC Penney, Sears, and Western Auto along with guns for Wards. The brand name were put on the guns for the stores to sell.


Since 2004, they are sourced from China, I believe Hercules is / was part of Cooper Tires, OH


Montgomery Wards did not make guns, they were made by various companies like Mossberg, Savage, Stevens and Hi Standard. Who made guns /shotguns for JC Penney, Sears, and Western Auto along with guns for Wards. The brand name were put on the guns for the stores to sell. Take the Shotgun to a gun shop and get it identified first to find out who made it.


Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works and J. Stevens Arms. It could be from Simonis, Janssen, Dumouliln and Co. if it is marked 'Machine Made Belgium Damascus Finish'. Some were made by Harrington & Richardson.


Like any other product, guns are manufactured to be sold. Buyers can be private citizens, business entities, or governments.


About half a dozen companies made shotguns for Montgomery Wards through most of the 20th century.



Serial numbers were not required on rifles and shotguns until 1968.


I am pretty sure the Wards Westernfield Model 53 was made by Iver Johnson. Externally the Model 53 and Iver Johnson Hercules look identical. I believe the Iver Johnson Hercules was made from 1918 to 1936.


Wards did not make rifles, they only sold them under their brand. 93M-491A is actually a Mossberg 46B. The 46B was made from 1938 to 1949. This was prior to serial numbers being required on guns and it is not possible to find the exact date of manufacture.


I'm not sure of the value of your shotgun. I have a Montgomery Wards Hercules, double barrel shotgun, with external hammers. With all the research I have done it is a Stevens 217. I have been looking for a set of barrels for this gun. Can you describe your gun to me. Petter



I have a wards-westernfield 20 g pump, full choke, These guns were manufactured by Stevens-Savage for MW. Mine was handed down to me by my father and was purchased in 1945. So it's at least that old, 64 years. Hope this helps.



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