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Old 10-29-2011, 01:44 PM   #1
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Default Wards western 16 guage

I have a wards western fields 16 pump, my grand father gave I to my father then to me. When I was younger we were moving and I dropped it anyone know where or I I can get an original stock or the value of the gun
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Old 10-29-2011, 03:46 PM   #2
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Wards, Sears, Western Auto, et al all sold guns marked with their "store brand". Guns were made by many companies- High Standard, Winchester, Reminton, Marlin, etc.

Give us all the markings on the gun- like a model number, and may be able to cross refererence it to the maker and original model, and point you to a stock.

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Use our resources; (you will need the wards western fields model number)

"store brand" to manufacturer cross reference
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cjcjag2, why don't you jump over to the Introductions section and tell us a little about yourself?
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Just did an intro, from Illinois and just enlisted in uscg, the guns model number is
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30-sb562a it a 16 gauge pump wood stock blued steel
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I didn't see that on the list. Give us some pics. Overall pictures of the whole gun, close ups of all the markings EVERY MARK YOU CAN FIND. I'm sure someone can figure it out, we usually have pretty good luck with this kind of thing.
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Real stab in the dark here- many of the Wards pump guns were by Stevens- below is a Stevens 620. Look anything like this? If so, a smith should be able to find you a replacement.

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Does it look like this?
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Yeah that looks like it
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