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 Post subject: Re: New .22 rifle. WesternField M846
PostPosted: Thu Jul 07, 2016 11:58 am 
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srtolly wrote:
I do, not perfect but a decent little rifle. Also have an old Stevens 987 for sale.

I'm a little tough on cash for a week or 2, but i'd like to see some pics and maybe see what you want for them? :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: New .22 rifle. WesternField M846
PostPosted: Sun Aug 07, 2016 7:54 pm 
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Buying guns through Montgomery Ward. What ever happened to us as a society. My buddy has a Higgens 16g shotgun that his father got out of the Sears catalog 50 years ago. You use to be able to buy black powder pistols in the back of comic books. And look at the quality. That's a beautiful looking rifle. Montgomery Ward sold some great stuff. When I was little, I had a slick Arrex fishing reel my dad got at Montgomery Ward. It was made by the Lionel Train people. It was pretty high end. Wards and Sears had quality you could count on to last. If you got a pair of jeans from Wards, A) they probably weren't blue and B) you out grew em before you could wear em out. If that 22 is out of that era, you won't wear it out either.

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 Post subject: Re: New .22 rifle. WesternField M846
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George Taylor wrote:
Buying guns through Montgomery Ward. What ever happened to us as a society. My buddy has a Higgens 16g shotgun that his father got out of the Sears catalog 50 years ago. You use to be able to buy black powder pistols in the back of comic books. And look at the quality. That's a beautiful looking rifle. Montgomery Ward sold some great stuff. When I was little, I had a slick Arrex fishing reel my dad got at Montgomery Ward. It was made by the Lionel Train people. It was pretty high end. Wards and Sears had quality you could count on to last. If you got a pair of jeans from Wards, A) they probably weren't blue and B) you out grew em before you could wear em out. If that 22 is out of that era, you won't wear it out either.

The stories I could tell about Montgomery Wards and the stuff we bought from them.
I still remember looking at guns and tires in their catalog.

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