You are considering a vintage Western Field Model 832 Bolt-Action Rifle in .22 Short, Long, & Long Rifle. Western Field was the tradename for the Montgomery Ward department store. Much like Sears, Roebuck & Co., Montgomery Ward contracted with most major U.S. firearm manufacturers of the time, creating variants of popular rifles to sell in their catalog and department stores. This rifle is a clone of the Mossberg Model 341 Rifle. This bolt-action rifle is magazine-fed, holding 7 rounds of .22 caliber ammunition. It features a 24″ barrel, a Monte Carlo pistol grip wood stock with checkering on the wrist and forend, sling swivels, an adjustable rear sporting leaf sight, and a front ramp bead sight. The stock features a hard rubber buttplate with a white line spacer and a right-side cheek riser. This rifle weighs 6.4 lbs and has an overall length of 43.75 inches and a length of pull of 13.5 inches. Overall, this rifle is considered VG to Excellent; the metalwork is above 95%, showing only minor wear and blemishes in a few areas. The woodwork is above 85%, showing minimal nicks, bruising, and a few noticeable draglines and scratches. The bore is bright and shiny with sharp rifling and no visible corrosion. The action is smooth and crisp, and all mechanics function properly. This rifle was well cared for and appears to have been fired only a handful of times throughout its life.
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