What kind of pump action does Wards Westernfield use?
I recently came across a couple of old .22 rifles. One is a Wards Westernfield SB 80A .22 pump action. It had not been take care of in a long time. It was missing the inner magazine tube. I bought a replacement kit from Numrichs.
Where can I buy western field gun parts?
Shop Westernfield Gun Parts. A well-known trade or brand name that was sold by Montgomery Ward (a popular retail store). These firearms were marked “Western Field”, but were manufactured by Marlin, Mossberg, and Savage.
What kind of rifle was the western field?
Western Fields Model 45 (or Mossberg 42) The Mossberg 42 .22 bolt-action rifle was made from 1937 to 1950 in a few different variances – for this article it was referred to as the Western Fields Model 45. The ones sold buy Montgomery Ward’s were dressed down from the standard Mossberg’s – most were fitted with a birch stock instead of walnut.
Are there still Montgomery Ward Western field guns?
Montgomery Ward ‘Western Field’: Bargain buys of yore still good today. Like the JC Higgins and Glendfields from the other major catalog companies, the Montgomery Wards’ “Western Fields” brand was stamped on guns made by some of the biggest names in the U.S. firearm industry – Savage, Mossberg and Marlin to *name a few.
What kind of rifle is western field 80?
The Western Field Model 80 pump action .22 rifle is actually a relabeled Savage Model 29. It has a 22 inch octagonal barrel (or round barrel if after WW II), open sights, and a checkered pistol-grip walnut stock (or plain walnut after WW II). They were made from 1929 through 1967. Retail values for pre-WW II model:
When was the Mossberg 42.22 western field made?
Western Fields Model 45 (or Mossberg 42) The Mossberg 42 .22 bolt-action rifle was made from 1937 to 1950 in a few different variances – for this article it was referred to as the Western Fields …