How can you determine the age and value of a Wards Western Field 12 gauge rifle?

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A Western Field 12 gauge rifle would have been made by Mossberg or Browning or Stevens. There are gun enthusiast discussion forums online that suggest they were made from the years 1915 to 1930, though it would depend on the model. The value would depend on the age and condition.
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